Wall Street Journal - Mar 28 2020 - Old MacDonald Had a Cinema

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Clues Answers
“1917” director MENDES
“Africa” band TOTO
“Go on...” AND
“Let me check” ILLSEE
“Never ___” (1959 Sinatra film) SOFEW
“No problem” OKBYME
“Out with it!” TELLME
“Saturn is fallen, am ___ to fall?”: Keats ITOO
“Siddhartha” author HESSE
“Woah” rapper ___ Baby LIL
“Yikes!” OHMY
“___ a Rainy Night” (Eddie Rabbitt song) ILOVE
“___ Blues” (Beatles song) YER
Abbr. in a PC menu CTRL
Abbr. to facilitate routing ATTN
Adam’s “Marriage Story” co-star SCARLETT
Adjust, as a boutonniere REPIN
Alphabet ender ZEE
Assuage SOOTHE
Attempt to equal EMULATE
Atticus Finch’s creator LEE
Bar assn. members ATTS
Before, in verses ERE
Bill addition FEE
Bird in Liberty Mutual ads EMU
Blast from the past ATEST
Bouillabaisse bit MUSSEL
Brand name in the freezer section OTTERPOP
Breakout, of a sort ACNE
Brought down LOWERED
Burns a bit CHARS
Bygone maker of announcements CRIER
Caravan stops OASES
Cash register words NOSALE
Chem class abbr ATWT
Chevy model since 1966 CAMARO
Chronometry standard: Abbr GMT
Clear off ERASE
Clue category ACROSS
Common word in California town names SAN
Compare LIKEN
Corsair or Pacer EDSEL
Dickinson and Post EMILYS
Diploma word LAUDE
Disconnect, in a way UNHOOK
Divine cowherd of Hinduism KRISHNA
Do some deduction SUBTRACT
Dominate, slangily OWN
Doofus YOYO
Fashion designer Hill SHERRI
Favre with a football BRETT
Footballer Umenyiora OSI
Former Ford LTD
Formerly, formerly ERST
Fragrant wine grape MUSCAT
Friend since childhood OLDPAL
Gathering of moles? INTEL
Go for a second tour REUP
Had aspirations DREAMT
Half of an infamous duo CLYDE
Halloween haul SWEETS
Host a roast, say EMCEE
In turmoil ANARCHIC
Indefatigable TIRELESS
Introspective study SELF
Its b’day is July 4 USOFA
Language suffix ESE
Law school topic TORTS
LAX summer setting PDT
Loyalty program level TIER
Clues Answers
Madame Bovary’s given name EMMA
Magnolia or tulip TREE
Maker of 13-Down KIA
Manages HELMS
Mil. mail center APO
Mischievous moppet URCHIN
Mold on the beach PAIL
Monotonous learning ROTE
More disgusting ICKIER
More original NEWER
More tender SORER
Movie about a cat fight in Vietnam? APOCALYPSEMEOW
Movie about dogs that hustle, with “The”? COLORRUFFMONEY
Movie about horses that’s sure to stirrup some emotions? THENEIGHWEWERE
Movie musical that floats pigs’ boats? OINKERSAWAY
Movie musical with the song “We Welcome Ewe to Munchkinland”? THEWIZARDOFBAAS
Movie that features jerseys and cow catchers? THEBADMOOSBEARS
Movie that features Marxist ducks? ANIMALQUACKERS
Museum of Anatolian Civilizations location ANKARA
NFL rushing units YDS
NFL tiebreakers OTS
No longer together APART
Not the real deal ERSATZ
Perform on the streets BUSK
Pole position? EUROPE
Pope’s faith: Abbr CATH
Pound picks MUTTS
Pound sound ARF
Pres. Michel Aoun’s nation LEB
Proof-ending letters QED
Psychic power, for short ESP
QVC alternative HSN
Raiders’ org FBI
Reddish-brown horses SORRELS
Rhode Island’s motto HOPE
Safe and sound UNHURT
Salad bar stuff OIL
Sanctuary area APSE
Scale start DOREMI
Sch. level ELEM
Seething state IRE
Service station, of a sort TEATABLE
Setting of many schools SEA
Sidelines figures MASCOTS
Singer Redding OTIS
Slalom run makeup ESSES
Smoked sausage selection KIELBASA
Spare tire, essentially FLAB
Spout off RANT
Superman and Supergirl, for two ETS
Surfacing stuff TAR
Surgeon general of the 1980s KOOP
SUVs from South Korea SORENTOS
Swift FAST
The end of ___ ANERA
They often bring blessings SNEEZES
Tibetan monk LAMA
To the point TERSE
Tousle MUSS
Towel material TERRY
Under the weather ILL
Updated one’s followers, perhaps TWEETED
Was deserving of MERITED
Wife, in Wiesbaden FRAU
Work on antiques RESTORE
___ Benson Miller of CBS’s “The Unicorn” OMAR
___ Club (Walmart offshoot) SAMS
___ culpa MEA