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June 6, 2014

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: Friday, June 6, 2014 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The Post and Courier : Friday, June 6, 2014 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The Post and Courier CELEBRITY CROSSWORD SUDOKU Fill in the puzzle grid so that every row, every column, and every 3x3 box contains the digits 1 through 9. Across 1. Morgan Freeman movie, "Olympus __ Fallen" 4. Actor George of "Some Like It Hot" 8. 1961's "Flower Drum __" 12. "Growing Up Fisher" actor Baker 13. Mr. Gooding 14. Entreaty 15. Akira Kurosawa epic 16. "2 Broke Girls" prop 17. Get wind of 18. With "The," CBS sitcom or subject on "Cosmos": 3 wds. 21. Denouement 22. Best original screenplay of 2013 23. A&E series, "__ Motel" 26. Tuckered out 30. "Evil Woman" band, for short 31. Eden Sher on "The Middle" 32. Church focal point 35. Superhero wardrobe items 37. Mr. Morrow 39. Buddy 40. Shown, he's Carl on "The Walking Dead": 2 wds. 47. Disney's "__ & Stitch" 48. "Exodus" author Leon 49. Clive Owen's "__ Sleep When I'm Dead" 50. Race track shape 51. Puerto __ 52. Classic car 53. Take care of 54. Michael J. Fox's "__ Wolf " 55. Actor Ayres Down 1. Bandleader Alpert 2. Court game, jai __ 3. "The __ -Off " 4. Coppola and Polanski 5. Revise 6. Vampire tooth 7. Katherine Heigl movie, "The Ugly __" 8. Dustin Hoffman sci-fi film 9. Bread spread 10. At hand 11. Ted Shackleford on "Knots Landing" 19. Mayberry matron 20. Wield a hatchet 23. Emmy winner Arthur 24. "__ in the Family" 25. Trike rider 27. Poisonous snake 28. Blanche on "The Golden Girls" 29. Jim Carrey's "__ Man" 33. He said, "Hasta la vista, baby" 34. Actor Taylor 35. He succeeded Paar 36. Will Smith title role 38. Utter suddenly 39. "The __ Is Right" 40. Coagulate 41. Center of activity 42. Astronaut Shepard 43. Pennsylvania port 44. 2011 sitcom, "New __" 45. TV musical 46. Snaillike WORD QUIZZARD In the grid below, twenty answers can be found that fit the category for today. Circle each answer that you find and list it in the space provided at the right of the grid. Answers can be foundin all directions - forwards, backwards, horizontally, vertically and diagonally. An example is given to get you started. Can you find the twenty answers in this puzzle? Animated Series for Adults 1. One of the cinema's most famous doc- tors, Dr. Frankenstein was played the most times by this distinguished British actor. 2. That actor also made a couple of feature films in which he starred as this very differ- ent type of doctor, a time-traveler explor- ing the universe in a blue phone booth, who has been played on TV by 11 different performers so far. 3. Time travel also figures in this hit com- edy film franchise about a hip British se- cret agent from the Swingin' Sixties who is brought to modern times, its star and creator also playing this out-of-touch arch- nemesis of the spy. 4. Speaking of arch-nemeses, this doctor was the human foil for the greatest vam- pire of all in the movies and Bram Stoker's source novel, "Dracula." 5. That character – often played by the actor in question one – was depicted as a hunter of all monsters in a 2004 action thriller named for him, with this "X-Men" star in the lead role. Answers 1. Peter Cushing 2. Doctor Who 3. Dr. Evil 4. Dr. Van Helsing 5. Hugh Jackman TRIVIA CHAIN - On June 14, 1789, English Capt. Wil- liam Bligh and 18 others, cast adrift from the HMS Bounty in a mutiny seven weeks before, reach Timor in the East In- dies after traveling nearly 4,000 miles in a small, open boat. Bligh would fall prey to a total of three mutinies in his career. - On June 13, 1895, Emile Levassor drives a Panhard et Levassor across the finish line in Paris to win the world's first automobile race, completing the 732- mile course in 49 hours -- an average of 15 mph. His car was powered by a two-cylinder, 750 rpm, four-horsepower Daimler Phoenix engine. - On June 15, 1904, more than 1,000 people taking a pleasure trip on New York City's East River are drowned or burned to death when a fire sweeps through the boat. The onboard fire hose did not work, and life preservers had been filled with a weighty, non-buoyant material that sank. - On June 10, 1935, two recovering al- coholics, one a New York broker and the other an Ohio physician, found Alcohol- ics Anonymous (A.A.), a 12-step rehabili- tation program. Today there are more than 80,000 local groups in the United States. MOMENTS IN TIME PUZZLE PAGES By Dan Rice

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