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Quick crossword No. 768 - 50s and 60s (2)

submitted by bhunter on 12 Apr 2007 at 03:05 AM GMT

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"...A fun puzzle, especially for Baby Boomers...."

commented Jessamine on 14 April 2007 at 08:39 AM GMT

"...Fun, I almost "got" it. Missed it by 2 letters..."

commented trying on 03 May 2007 at 02:04 AM GMT

"...Hmmm - pretty US TV-centric . ....."

commented NostradamusZen on 29 May 2008 at 12:06 AM GMT

"...Loved it. Just right. A couple of clues using same words or names, like 4A, 56A, 40D, 45D. 49D got me laughing...."

commented prisca22 on 13 November 2009 at 09:44 PM GMT

"...48 d, a sheet is a line (rope), I don't understand 39 d...."

commented moldycheese on 21 November 2014 at 09:35 PM GMT