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  • This week's theme: The Beatles
    Across

    1. * Sir George ___ (He signed The Beatles to a record deal with Parlophone, a subsidiary of EMI, in 1962. He also became their very talented Producer.)
    7. Part of the Psyche (pl.)
    10. Mr. Wagner, to pals
    13. * From the 'Let it Be' (1970) album: "___ the Universe"
    14. Certain Caustic
    15. Café Lait connecter
    16. Scarlett's home
    17. * The Beatles' anthem: "___ You Need Is Love"
    18. * Mr. Preston who played keyboards on "Get Back" [From 'Let It Be' (1970)]
    20. Aniston's hubby
    21. Young Horse ...gone haywire?
    22. * See #50D
    23. * This song opens with this line: "The world is treating me bad..."
    25. * "I'm ___ Sleeping" [From 'Revolver' (1966)]
    27. In the past
    28. Ms. Horne ...flipped around?
    30. Volcanic residue
    32. * Legendary Locale in Liverpool
    37. Italian Island
    41. * Directed by Richard Lester, it was John, Paul, George and Ringo's first movie: "___ Day's Night" (1964)
    42. Domestic swine
    43. * Mr. Epstein (Manager of The Beatles who helped them get to the Toppermost of the Poppermost)
    44. * Mr. Shankar who gave George Harrison pointers on how to play the sitar
    45. * Beatles song
    47. * Lennon-McCartney song: "We ___ Work It Out"
    49. Before ...backwards?
    50. Gift of the what?
    53. * "___ ruoY dloH ot tnaW I" :4691 ,ht9 yraurbeF no ,wohs s'navilluS dE no deraeppa yeht nehw gnos siht deyalp seltaeB ehT
    55. * John Lennon and Yoko Ono were into it
    60. Woolly-haired mammal
    62. * Mr. Best (The drummer who Ringo replaced)
    64. World Org. ...flipped around?
    65. * Paul being barefoot on its cover was considered part of the 'evidence' that the whole Paul is Dead rumor was true: '___ Road' (1969)
    66. * "___ Love You": In the United Kingdom, it was the flip-side of the single at #61D
    67. Pair ...on the fritz?
    68. Length measurement (abbr.)
    69. House Siding, without the "minum"
    70. * While on an extended gig in Hamburg, Germany, Stuart Sutcliffe (the band's original bassist) fell in love with this artsy blonde who would take the now-famous black and white photographs of the leather-clad Beatles
    72. * Bellowed during Beatlemania: "Mom, I want my hair to be just like the Mop Tops --___ I have to start letting it grow long!"
    73. * The Beatles sang "All Together Now" at the end of the animated movie "Yellow Submarine" (1968). Here is a part from it: "One, two, three, four / Can I have a little more? / Five, six, seven, eight / Nine, ___ I love you...
    74. * The Fab Four's competition, with The

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    1. Pa's Partner
    2. Play Part
    3. * Starkey's stage name ...flipped around?
    4. Rich dessert
    5. * "Happiness ___ Warm Gun" (Song from the 1968 album, 'The Beatles', which is commonly known as 'The White Album')
    6. * People who love The Beatles, without the "Fa"
    7. * Beatles song
    8. * His songwriting style inspired the Lennon-sung tune at #56D
    9. Ms. Hinton
    10. * The B-Side to "Paperback Writer"
    11. * She had seashell eyes
    12. * From the song "Hello, Goodbye": "...yes, I ___..."
    17. Vestment in Vietnam, with Dai
    18. * Song sung by Ringo on the 'Please Please Me' album released in the United Kingdom, in 1963
    19. Thing in a fireplace
    20. After noon letters
    21. Ms. Redgrave
    24. Mr. Depardieu, without the "Ge"
    26. Scientific Spot, smallily
    29. Canyon Sound! ...Canyon Sound! ...Canyon Sound!
    31. * Paul McCartney sang it --which is widely regarded as one of his best love songs: "___, There and Everywhere"
    32. * BEEP! BEEP! It's from the 'Rubber Soul' album released in the United Kingdom, on December 3rd, 1965: "Drive My ___"
    33. "Gotcha!"
    34. Wow!, minus the "oom!"
    35. * Mr. Clapton who played lead guitar on "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" (Written by George Harrison)
    36. Yuckies
    38. Flexible, minus the "ber"
    39. Cry from the barn
    40. Ms. Miller
    43. Town in southern California
    45. Tripled letter
    46. Beverage in a Bar ...gone bonkers?
    48. * Groundbreaker from 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' (1967): "___ in the Life"
    50. * John sings "I told you about strawberry fields / You know the place where nothing is real" on this song, with #22A
    51. Priest's garment
    52. * "___ in Black" [From 'Beatles for Sale' (1964)]
    54. * The Beatles' company: ___ Corps Ltd
    56. * "You've ___ Hide Your Love Away" (From the 'Help!' album of 1965)
    57. * From the hard-rocking song, "Helter Skelter": "When I get to the bottom I go back / To the top of the slide / Where I stop and ___ / And I go for a ride / Till I get to the bottom / And I see you again....
    58. * Beatles song, with Sexy
    59. Alphabet sequence
    61. * Harmonica is heard on this hit which hit the #1 spot on the Billboard chart in the States, on May 30th, 1964: "Love ___"
    63. Scale Syllable
    67. Founded, for short
    69. * "Any Time ___ All" (From #41A)
    70. * Q. "Do you think there will ever be another group or singer ___ big ___ The Beatles?" A. "No."
    71. * The Beatles and Wings, without the "Ban"

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