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  1. The , 1988 novel by Robert Ludlum
  2. Katsushika , Japanese artist of the Edo period noted for his colour wood-block prints
  3. Abel , French director of 1927 biopic Napoleon
  4. The , 2002 horror film starring Naomi Watts and Martin Henderson
  5. 1974 fantasy film starring Sean Connery and Charlotte Rampling
  6. Alan , author of the novels Cry, the Beloved Country and Too Late the Phalarope
  7. Roscoe , January, 1977 Australian Open singles tennis champion
  8. Maori war chant accompanied by gestures
  9. The , 1997 horror film starring Penelope Ann Miller and Tom Sizemore
  10. Angel , 1980 Olympic Lightweight boxing gold medallist
  11. Henry James novel first published in book form in 1878
  12. Mika , winner of the 1998 and 1999 F1 World Drivers' Championship
  13. Kirsten , actress who played the title role in 2006 film drama Marie Antoinette
  14. & 20D Best Director Oscar winner for Lawrence of Arabia (5,4)
  15. Frank , 1951 and 1952 US National Championships singles tennis title winner
  16. Thick wheat flour Japanese noodle
  17. The , 1955 novel by William Golding
  18. Commonwealth country whose capital is Wellington
  19. Department of SE France whose capital is Toulon
  20. I, King of Albania from 1928-39
  21. Tranquiliser also marketed under the name Valium
  22. Thomas Love , author of 1831 novel Crotchet Castle
  23. Member of a body of lancers first employed in the Polish army
  24. 2003 biopic whose star, Salma Hayek, was nominated for a Best Actress Oscar
  25. See 3 Down
  26. Clifford , author of the stage plays Waiting for Lefty and Clash by Night
  27. See 9 Down
  28. Brad , golfer who won the 2005 Buick Championship
  29. Whiskey distilled from maize, malt and rye and aged in white oak barrels
  30. See 14 Down
  31. Dark long-necked bird similar to the cormorant
  32. Standard currency of Angola
  33. Edible European mushroom with a bluish stalk
  34. Marcelo , 1998 Australian Open singles tennis championship runner-up
  35. John , actor who played Fred Elliott in ITV soap Coronation Street from 1994-2006
  36. Green mineral common in metamorphic rocks
  37. See 25 Across
  38. & 24A 2000 novel by Zadie Smith (5,5)
  39. 1983 film drama directed by and starring Barbra Streisand
  40. & 7D BBC TV drama series starring Jack Warner in the title role which ran from 1955-76 (5,2,4,5)
  41. Slovenian alpine skier; 2014 Olympics women's giant slalom and downhill gold medallist
  42. Small tree with edible oval fruit
  43. Chris , former Harlequins and England rugby union captain born in 1986
  44. See 2 Down
  45. Tropical tree whose dark hard wood is used for cabinet work
  46. Jean , French author of the stage plays Antigone and Becket
  47. Horatio , British-born US general defeated at the Battle of Camden in 1780
  48. Chris , 1975-78 US Open women's singles tennis champion
  49. SI unit of electromotive force
  50. University town in Western Cape, South Africa, on the banks of the Eerste River
  51. Denholm , Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for A Room with a View
  52. Mike , WBA Heavyweight champion from 1987-90
  53. Weedy plant with typically broad leaves and greenish or reddish flowers
  54. Martin , Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar winner for A Thousand Clowns
  55. Moshe , Israel Minister of Defence from 1967-74
  56. See 7 Down
  57. Unit of chain length in Britain equal to 75 feet
  58. Ancient Greek author of fables
  59. 1988 horror film starring Kevin Dillon and Shawnee Smith
  60. City in Missouri, US; point of departure of the California, Oregon and Santa Fe Trails in the 19th century
  61. John , British commander of the Imperial Fleet at the Battle of Jutland in 1916
  62. Town in Scotland; administrative headquarters of the council area of Clackmannanshire
  63. the Union, organisation formed in 2007 from a merger of Amicus and the TGWU
  64. The , 1997 action film directed by and starring Kevin Costner
  65. Fifth book of the New Testament
  66. Pakistan Test cricketer who took 7-55 against England in Dubai in 2012
  67. & 15A The , 1923 novel by P G Wodehouse (10,6)
  68. Horse that won the Oaks in 2012
  69. Arnold , English composer of symphonic poem Tintagel
  70. Stage play by R C Sherriff that premiered in 1936
  71. Jack , World Heavyweight boxing champion from 1919-26
  72. Johannes , Swiss painter who taught at the Bauhaus from 1919-23
  73. 1881 novel by Johanna Spyri
  74. George , 19th-century authoress of novels Indiana and Consuelo
  75. Old World bird with long legs and a speckled plumage such as the Great
  76. & 4D WBC Super Middleweight champion from 1996-97 (5,4)
  77. Scandinavian spirit flavoured with caraway seeds
  78. Plant of the mint family whose leaves are used as a pot-herb
  79. City in Northern Ireland on the border between County Down and County Armagh
  80. Pat , 1987 Wimbledon men's singles tennis champion
  81. Small marine food fish that has a salty taste
  82. Roy , late comedian-actor who played John Parry in 1990s BBC TV series Common As Muck
  83. Hawaiian word for hello
  84. 1950 film drama starring Marlon Brando and Teresa Wright
  85. Capital of Wales
  86. Legal statement in Islam issued by a religious law specialist
  87. Currency of French Indochina between 1885 and 1952
  88. Word derived from the Gaelic phrase water of life, from which the word whisky comes
  89. Loaf-shaped cake containing dried fruit that has been steeped in liquid
  90. See 7 Across
  91. US state whose capital is Des Moines
  92. Laszlo , Hungarian journalist who patented the first practical ballpoint pen
  93. 1938 Evelyn Waugh novel featuring Lord Copper
  94. Iridescent beetle whose adults feed on flowers
  95. Harold , Italian-born poet and art collector who died in 1994
  96. Group of islands in the Aegean Sea including Anafi
  97. Hawk reared for training in falconry
  98. Max , winner of the World Chess Championship from 1935-37
  99. Hindu goddess of destruction
  100. Nocturnal cave-dwelling bird of Trinidad and northern South America also known as the guacharo

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