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#871610 - 03/03/13 10:13 AM Re: ===[**WCF**]=== Chain Crypt - Bout 65 [Re: CanukDenis]
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1st day clue: one "e": ---e-
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#871643 - 03/03/13 11:49 AM Re: ===[**WCF**]=== Chain Crypt - Bout 65 [Re: CanukDenis]
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really, really big "shoes" lol
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#871697 - 03/03/13 02:56 PM Re: ===[**WCF**]=== Chain Crypt - Bout 65 [Re: CanukDenis]
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Glad yaggotit! Was afraid of the noodle...
===[**WCF**]===
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#871705 - 03/03/13 03:40 PM Re: ===[**WCF**]=== Chain Crypt - Bout 65 [Re: CanukDenis]
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Does Ed Sullivan mispronounce shows as shoes, and if not how does that clue work?
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#871715 - 03/03/13 04:28 PM Re: ===[**WCF**]=== Chain Crypt - Bout 65 [Re: CanukDenis]
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Yes....show as "shew"


Biography
Though he is most fondly remembered for his TV hosting duties of the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s, New York newspaper columnist Ed Sullivan was a show business personality as far back as 1932. Hired by the CBS network as a potential rival for radio commentator Walter Winchell, Sullivan took to the air with a heady combination of gossip and entertainment. Among the future radio luminaries introduced on Sullivan's program were Jack Benny and Jack Pearl (aka Baron Munchhausen). In 1933 Sullivan made his film debut in Mr. Broadway, which he also wrote. His subsequent screenplay and story contributions included the screwball comedy There Goes My Heart (1938) and the Universal "pocket" musical Ma, He's Making Eyes at Me (1940). In 1947, he entered the fledgling medium of television to host a variety hour titled Toast of the Town, later re-christened The Ed Sullivan Show. Though hardly a likely candidate for TV stardom -- he appeared to have a permanently stiff neck, wandered aimlessly around the stage,

slurred his words ("Rilllly big shew!"),

and frequently mispronounced the names of his guest stars -- Sullivan remained a Sunday night fixture until his series left the air in 1971. As an adjunct to his TV fame, he appeared as "himself" in such films as Bye Bye Birdie (1961), The Patsy (1964), and The Singing Nun (1965), and was parodied by countless impressionists, most notably Will Jordan. To three generations of rock music fans, Ed Sullivan will always be remembered for those five immortal words, "Here they are -- THE BEATLES!" ~
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#871736 - 03/03/13 05:52 PM Re: ===[**WCF**]=== Chain Crypt - Bout 65 [Re: CanukDenis]
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Thanks CD. smile

Visit the German when upset and become angry (3,3)
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#871747 - 03/03/13 07:03 PM Re: ===[**WCF**]=== Chain Crypt - Bout 65 [Re: CanukDenis]
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see red

visit = see
the (in) German = der
upset = reversal indicator
become angry = direct

smile
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#871753 - 03/03/13 08:10 PM Re: ===[**WCF**]=== Chain Crypt - Bout 65 [Re: Pandora]
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Well solved and equally well explained smile
This is yours ===[**WCF**]===
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#871759 - 03/03/13 08:38 PM Re: ===[**WCF**]=== Chain Crypt - Bout 65 [Re: CanukDenis]
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Thank you, manxman! smile

A bit airsick at front of vessel (5)
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#871954 - 03/04/13 11:06 PM Re: ===[**WCF**]=== Chain Crypt - Bout 65 [Re: CanukDenis]
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Hint: 3 vowels, no e's smile
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#872021 - 03/05/13 09:34 AM Re: ===[**WCF**]=== Chain Crypt - Bout 65 [Re: CanukDenis]
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&*#$%^&#$!! vein = vessel !

aorTA

aor = airsick : mispelled air (sick) ?
S'that legal? Love it!

TA = at (front = reverse indicator?)

Would this be as illegal ;):
A bit airsick around rear of vessel
a bit = iota mispelled as aota; r = rear
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#872043 - 03/05/13 11:21 AM Re: ===[**WCF**]=== Chain Crypt - Bout 65 [Re: CanukDenis]
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I think a better explanation would be:

a + ort (bit) + a (at front) grin
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#872061 - 03/05/13 12:09 PM Re: ===[**WCF**]=== Chain Crypt - Bout 65 [Re: CanukDenis]
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Nice, Cheryl; never thought that "ort" could be a word.

But wouldn't that be "Airsick at front" = A?
Like, the front of airsick...
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#872066 - 03/05/13 12:30 PM Re: ===[**WCF**]=== Chain Crypt - Bout 65 [Re: CanukDenis]
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Denis, I realized I didn't use the airsick part in my explanation but had computer problems so couldn't fix it. I also had that. Thanks for the assist. wink
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#872067 - 03/05/13 12:34 PM Re: ===[**WCF**]=== Chain Crypt - Bout 65 [Re: Sherlock]
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Originally Posted By: Sherlock
Thanks for the assist. wink

I'm the one who should thank YOU for the assist!
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