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  1. 1942 Walt Disney film based on a book by Austrian author Felix Salten
  2. Neil Diamond song that gave The Monkees their only UK number one single
  3. Twyla ___, American dancer and choreographer who collaborated with film director Milos Forman on Hair, Ragtime and Amadeus
  4. British rower who won Olympic gold medals with Sir Steve Redgrave in 1984 and 1988
  5. Waterway built by Vicomte Ferdinand Marie de Lesseps
  6. The fur of the beaver
  7. Any of various palaces or fortresses built by the Moors in Spain
  8. Surname shared by The Bee Gees
  9. Device used in exposure meters, burglar alarms, etc
  10. 1964 single by The Temptations written by Smokey Robinson and Ronald White
  11. James ___, the only English bowler to pass 500 Test wickets
  12. Maiden name of the Duchess of Cambridge
  13. 1970 Western inspired by the 1864 Sand Creek massacre in the Colorado Territory
  14. Novel by Joseph Conrad originally published as a serial in Blackwoods Magazine from October 1899 to November 1900
  15. Single by Desmond Dekker & The Aces that was the first reggae number one in the UK
  16. Shakespeare comedy set in the Forest of Arden
  17. Overseas region of France in the Caribbean whose capital is Basse-Terre
  18. 1946 King Vidor Western starring Jennifer Jones, Gregory Peck and Joseph Cotten
  19. Very fine strands of pasta whose name comes from the Italian for little worms
  20. Small village in Hampshire that is home to the National Motor Museum
  21. Small insectivorous terrestrial lizard whose digits have adhesive pads, which enable it to climb on smooth surfaces
  22. Tropical American plant with thick clusters of purplish-blue flowers
  23. Country whose capital is Ottawa
  24. 1977 film about a killer whale starring Richard Harris and Charlotte Rampling
  25. First name of the character played by Dan Aykroyd in The Blues Brothers
  26. American actor whose films include Taxi Driver, Reservoir Dogs and The Piano
  27. The capital of Libya
  28. Jazz violinist who founded the Quintette du Hot Club de France with guitarist Django Reinhardt
  29. See 10
  30. Surname of the horse trader, violinist, businessman, writer and broadcaster known as the King of the Gypsies
  31. US state whose capital is Montgomery
  32. Welsh buccaneer after whom a brand of rum is named
  33. Port and resort in Andalusia after which a sweet fortified dessert wine is named
  34. Balkan region in which Shakespeares play Twelfth Night is set
  35. John ___, Irish genealogist who first published his Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the United Kingdom in 1826
  36. Copper, lead, zinc or tin, as opposed to gold, silver or platinum
  37. Maiden name of Beyoncé
  38. In World War II, fast German vessels carrying guns and torpedoes
  39. Small wingless parasitic blood-sucking insects of the order Siphonaptera
  40. Inert gas whose atomic number is 10
  41. Colour of the snooker ball worth four points
  42. Body part for which hallux is the technical term
  43. English actress who made her Broadway debut in 1929 in the American première of Noël Cowards Bitter Sweet
  44. Oliver ___, self-taught English electrical engineer, mathematician, and physicist who adapted complex numbers to the study of electrical circuits
  45. English actress who became Baroness Olivier
  46. Small rodent of the genus Dipodomys native to North America
  47. The first President of the Palestinian National Authority
  48. Controversial actor born Carlos Irwin Estevez
  49. The capital of The Gambia
  50. English actor, film director and composer who won a Best Music Oscar for the 1952 film Limelight
  51. In Greek mythology, the twin brother of the prophetess Cassandra
  52. 2nd-century AD Greek astronomer, mathematician, and geographer whose Geography was the standard geographical textbook until the 15th century
  53. See 26
  54. Former England midfielder who was appointed manager of Derby County in 2018
  55. See 8
  56. The 16th president of the United States of America
  57. North Yorkshire village that gives its name to the largest power station in Britain
  58. American Thoroughbred racehorse that won the Breeders Cup Classic in 1996