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1. Section of film
2. Fishing need, at times
3. Device used in winding yarn
4. Attachment on a fishing rod
5. Vertiginate
6. Strip of film
7. Be vertiginous
8. Spool's cousin
9. Item for casting
10. About 2,feet of film
11. Relative of a hornpipe
12. Film-can contents
13. Angling adjunct
14. Film roll
15. Titubate
16. Quantity of film
17. Part of piscatorial paraphernalia
18. Frame of a kind
19. Set of blades on a mower
20. A lively dance
21. Windlass
22. Rod's adjunct
23. Virginia follower
24. Walk erratically
25. Show dizziness
26. Be giddy
27. Filature
28. Projectionist's must
29. Projectionist's need
30. Film short
31. Virginia _____
32. Recite, with ''off''
33. Not walk a straight line
34. It might give you a line
35. Tape recorder part
36. Tape measure part
37. Dance at a barn dance
38. Equipment for catching a 2-Down
39. Item of 5-Down
40. Fishing line holder
41. Walk like a sot
42. Dance that's done to "Drowsy Maggie"
43. Cousin of a hornpipe
44. Old-fashioned dance
45. Movie roll
46. A line winds in and out of it
47. Virginia dance
48. What you might wind up with
49. Fishing-rod attachment
50. Proceed besottedly
51. React to a punch
52. Barn dance number
53. Blooper ___
54. Hose storage gadget
55. Lively fiddle tune
56. Movie unit, once
57. Pre-digital film unit
58. Projector spool of old
59. Word after "gag" or "highlight"
60. 19-Across attachment
61. Actor's demo video
62. Actor's video
63. Be shocked
64. Blooper collection
65. Hose storage device
66. Short video compilation
67. Casting need?
68. Go for a spin?
69. It may have a trailer
70. Short holder
71. Item in a Cannes can
72. Cannes can item
73. React to stunning news, say
74. REFERRING TO THE SPANISH DANCE
75. Deep-sea fisherman's need
76. "___ Wild Cinema"
77. STAGGER FROM DRUNKENNESS / FRAME OR SPOOL ON WHICH THREAD, WIRE, TAPE, FILM IS WOUND
78. Lively line dance
79. Dance in a barn dance
80. Part of an angler's gear
81. Fishing spool
82. Fail a sobriety test, perhaps
83. Spin about
84. Feel faint
85. Part of "Pinocchio"
86. Virginia's dance?
87. Projectionist's item
88. Act dizzily
89. ___ Wild Cinema
90. Rod's fishing partner
91. Tell quickly, with "off"
92. Fisherman's device
93. Fishing pole part
94. Highlight ___ (greatest hits for athletes)
95. Spin out?
96. Stagger around
97. Tape spool
98. Movie holder
99. Get thrown for a loop
100. Hoedown number
101. Be knocked for a loop
102. Be thrown for a loop
103. Go staggering
104. Square dance tune
105. Feel like staggering
106. It'll hold the line
107. Be thunderstruck
108. Feel dizzied
109. Fiddler's dance number
110. Projectionist's burden
111. Projector need
112. It will hold the line
113. Fiddle tune
114. Walk like a drunk
115. Projection booth item
116. Rod's associate
117. Angler's favorite dance?
118. Barn dance dance
119. Fishing partner of 60-Down
120. Rod companion
121. Line holder for a cast
122. Movie spool
123. React to dizziness
124. Fishing rod partner
125. 29-Down storage device
126. Lively country dance
127. Virginia __
128. Riverdance dance
129. Recite, with "off"
130. Virginia __ (dance)
131. Fishing-line holder
132. Movie-film holder
133. Voice actor's samples
134. Bobbin relative
135. Polka cousin
136. Projectionist's spool
137. Spin-fishing need
138. Film-length measure
139. Projection-booth item
140. Projector attachment
141. Canister filler
142. Extend, as a line
143. Walk drunkenly
144. Secured, as a fish on a line
145. Line holders
146. Attack once more
147. Type in, as lost data
148. 1940s-'50s Dodger who was a 10-time All-Star
149. Walked like a tosspot
150. Was apparently lit
151. What a stamped hand may allow you to do
152. Roger who won the Best Actor Tony for "Nicholas Nickleby"
153. Malcolm in the Middle boy
154. Some audiophiles' collections
155. Simulate, as an event
156. One seriously into Civil War history, maybe
157. Bit of advice when packing anglers' lunches?
158. Film vault collection
159. Projector items
160. Walks like a tosspot
161. Show one's stamped hand, perhaps
162. Type in again, as a password
163. Moves like a tosspot
164. Some Hollywood archives
165. Put on the job again
166. Not left hanging, say
167. Cinephiles' collectibles
168. Rocks from socks
169. Gets on the line?
170. Orbital decay result
171. Film archive
172. Stage, as a historical scene
173. Performs, as historical scenes
174. Put on something old?
175. Roger who played a part on "Cheers"
176. Chocolate cup inventor H. B. ___
177. Candymaker H. B. ___
178. Dodgers Hall-of-Famer whose #1 has been retired
179. Older brother of Malcolm on "Malcolm in the Middle"
180. Three-___ (long movies, once)
181. Eponymous cup maker
182. ___ Pieces (candy)
183. Land, at sea
184. Once in a Lifetime band, on the flip side
185. Zap, as leftovers
186. Elton John's real first name
187. It's sung more than once
188. Witherspoon of 'Legally Blonde'
189. 'Superman' star
190. Christopher of 'Deathtrap'
191. Keanu of 'Hardball'
192. Repair the surface of
193. Sports play-caller
194. Break bad habits
195. Do a new layout of
196. Say 'no' to
197. Govt. rule
198. Replenish the stock of
199. Keanu of film
200. Like the chances of an Axl/Vince Neil duet?
201. Monthly struggle for unsigned rocker
202. Empathize w/lyricist
203. Calexico's is "Electric"
204. The Who song for a race?
205. Who song they passed on?
206. Nickelback "This is how you ___"
207. '95 Joan Osborne breakthrough album
208. Apt for Elizabeth
209. Went for a spin?
210. Lively Scottish dances
211. Types data in again
212. Cheers actor Roger (Robin Colcord)
213. Portray, as a crime
214. Cooperstown Pee Wee
215. Knocks down the Lego blocks and starts anew
216. Spun around
217. Square dancer, at times
218. Virginia square dances
219. Space shot segment
220. Bass Pro Shops purchase
221. Lively Irish dance
222. Dance that cost Rhett 150 gold pieces to dance with Scarlett
223. Projection room item
224. Film accessory
225. Virginia -
226. Viginia, for one
227. Cannes can content
228. Virginia ___ (dance with two lines)
229. Highland dance
230. Rock after a sock
231. React to a one-two
232. Cassette spool
233. Film projectionist's unit
234. React to a punch, maybe
235. Rock from a sock or a shock
236. Totter
237. Fishing rod adjunct
238. Cassette winder
239. Take a spin?
240. Virginia ___
241. Movie division
242. Rod's partner
243. Virginia, for one
244. Angling gear
245. Highland or Virginia
246. Rod's cousin
247. Piscator's need
248. Virginia specialty
249. About 2,000 feet of film
250. Angler's device
251. Film section
252. Rod's companion
253. Fisherman's tool
254. Film spool
255. Bit of fishing gear
256. Director's unit
257. Rocked
258. Sots, at times
259. Not steady on the feet
260. Land, as a big one
261. Projector load
262. Returns to a seat
263. Studio stock
264. Feel dizzy
265. Irish dance
266. React to a haymaker
267. Spin
268. Angler's gear
269. Rod attachment
270. Stagger
271. Whirl
272. Projectionist's unit
273. Fishing device
274. Recoil
275. Film vault holding
276. Country dance
277. Film segment
278. It holds the line
279. Scottish dance
280. Recite quickly, with "off"
281. Film unit
282. Film holder
283. Film projector need
284. Film winds up on it
285. Cinema can content
286. Fiddler's tune
287. Projection room spool
288. Walk like a tosspot
289. Motion-picture spool
290. Audiotape holder
291. Rock after a shock
292. Dance with Virginia?
293. Old tape recorder part
294. Part of a fly fisherman's gear
295. Projection booth spool
296. The hero usually triumphs in the final one
297. Walk unsteadily
298. Spirited dance
299. Fishing item
300. Fisherman's equipment
301. Careen
302. See 50 Across
303. Off the ___ (continuously)
304. Not walk straight
305. Spinner
306. Quaint dance
307. Fall back
308. Fishing rod attachment
309. Fishing equipment
310. Film part
311. Projector unit
312. Fishing line winder
313. Draw (in)
314. Line holder
315. Contents of a large, round, flat can
316. Lurch
317. Predigital film part
318. Casting requirement
319. Recite rapidly, with "off"
320. Suffer the effects of a haymaker
321. Angler's need
322. Readily recite, with "off"
323. Casting need
324. Show shock, in a way
325. Pull (in)
326. Lively old dance
327. Movie segment
328. It might wind up on a boat
329. Microfilm unit
330. Casting requirement?
331. Lively dance
332. Soft and smooth (6)
333. Angry: Irish (6)
334. Friend (3)
335. First word of the Aeneid (4)
336. Rod and ___ (fishing equipment)
337. Highland dance sounds authentic
338. Waver
339. Dance
340. 1,000 feet of film
341. Bobbin
342. Film
343. Motion picture film
344. 1,000 feet of 35 mm film
345. Small windlass
346. Stagger under impact
347. Unit of film
348. 2000 feet of film
349. Demo ___
350. "Sell Out" ___ Big Fish
351. "Sell Out" band ___ Big Fish
352. "___ Big Fish" (ska band)
353. A 'Riverdance' dance
354. A line winds out of it
355. About 10 minutes of silents
356. About 2 000 feet of film
357. An angler winds up using it?
358. An early Disney cartoon had one
359. Angler's accessory
360. Angler's buy
361. Angler's contraption
362. Angler's equipment
363. Angler's gadget
364. Angler's item
365. Angler's need.
366. Angler's purchase
367. Angler's requirement
368. Angler's spool
369. Angler.s gear
370. Angler.s windlass
371. Angling equipment
372. Angling need
373. Appear stunned
374. Attachment to a fishing rod
375. Band "___ Big Fish"
376. Barn dance
377. Barn dancers can do it.
378. Barn-dance dance
379. Barn-dance number
380. Be dazed
381. Be haymakered
382. Be in a whirl.
383. Be staggered
384. Be stunned
385. Be thoroughly shocked
386. Be unsteady
387. Become dizzy
388. Betray drunkenness
389. Betray drunkenness in a way
390. Betray that you are inebriated
391. Betray unsteadiness
392. Bit of Hollywood memorabilia
393. Bit of angling gear
394. Bit of film memorabilia
395. Bit of fishing equipment
396. Blooper ___ (common DVD extra)
397. Bobbin e.g.
398. Bobbin.
399. Bring (in)
400. Bunch of outtakes e.g.
401. Cassette component
402. Cassette part
403. Casting aid
404. Cinema can contents
405. Cinema spool
406. Circular film unit
407. Classic film holder
408. Collection of highlights or bloopers
409. Compilation of an actor's performances
410. Contents of a large round flat can
411. Cousin of a jig
412. Cylinder of tape
413. Dance done to "Rakish Paddy"
414. Dance done to fiddle music
415. Dance group ___ 2 Real
416. Dance like a hornpipe
417. Dance performed to "Maxwell's Rant" or "Rakish Paddy"
418. Dance with Virginia
419. Dance.
420. Display dizziness
421. Dizzy dance?
422. Dubliner's dance
423. Energetic dance
424. Fail a sobriety test perhaps
425. Fail the sobriety test in a way
426. Fast Irish dance
427. Film amount
428. Film archive item
429. Film can content
430. Film geek's spool
431. Film holder in a canister
432. Film library unit
433. Film projector spool
434. Film section.
435. Film segment once upon a time
436. Film site
437. Film spoo
438. Film spool back when that was still a thing
439. Film storage unit
440. Film unit corresponding to eleven minutes
441. Film winds around it
442. Film-can filling
443. Fisherman's equipment.
444. Fisherman's gadget
445. Fisherman's need
446. Fishing accessory
447. Fishing gear
448. Fishing gear.
449. Fishing need
450. Fishing need at times
451. Fishing pole attachment
452. Fishing pole spool
453. Fishing purchase
454. Fishing rod spool
455. Fishing tackle.
456. Fishing-line spool
457. Fishing-rod spool
458. Fly rod attachment
459. Folk dance
460. Folk dance that often follows a strathspey
461. Garden hose holder
462. Garden-hose holder
463. Gentle craft device
464. Get knocked by shock
465. Get staggering news
466. Go round and round
467. Go unsteadily
468. Good spot for an editor to wind up a film
469. Hari's need
470. Help in landing on water
471. Highlight ___
472. Holder in a film archive
473. Holder of fishing line
474. Hornpipe cousin
475. Hose holder
476. Increasingly obsolete film need
477. Inertia ___ seat belt component (4)
478. Instagram video clip
479. It can hold the line
480. It may draw you in
481. It may wind up on a dock
482. It might hold the line
483. It might wind up on a dock?
484. It might wind up on a lake?
485. It might wind up on shore
486. It winds up on lakes
487. It's 70mm wide for IMAX projections
488. It's covered with film
489. Item maybe seen in a film appreciation society logo
490. Kind of "Big Fish"?
491. Kite adjunct
492. Kite flier's accessory
493. Line dance
494. Line winder
495. Line's place
496. Line-winding gadget
497. List quickly with "off"
498. List with "off"
499. Lively Scottish dance
500. Lively barn dance
501. Lively dance for Virginians say
502. Lively dance.
503. Lively folk dance
504. Lurch violently
505. Medium for those old driver's ed safety films
506. Microfilm holder
507. Move besottedly
508. Move dizzily
509. Movie or garden hose holder
510. Movie projectionist's unit
511. Movie projector need
512. Movie section
513. Movie unit
514. Movie unit once
515. Old film unit
516. Old movie holder
517. Old movie unit
518. Old picture unit
519. One getting all wound up
520. One of two in a cassette
521. One winding up at a fishing resort?
522. Part of The Net
523. Part of a Hollywood archive
524. Part of a film
525. Part of a film archive
526. Part of a fisherman's gear
527. Part of a movie.
528. Part of a tape recorder.
529. Partner of a slip jig
530. Picture part in the past
531. Piece of fly-casting equipment
532. Piece of movie memorabilia
533. Piscator's purchase
534. Play a fish
535. Proceed while plastered
536. Projection room item once
537. Projectionist's cylinder
538. Projectionist's onus
539. Projector part
540. Projector's burden
541. Projector's load
542. Pull in a big bite
543. Quantity of wire.
544. Rattle (off)
545. React in shock
546. React to Barbara Ann?
547. React to a big punch
548. React to a blow
549. React to a hit
550. React to a knockout punch
551. React to a punch maybe
552. React to a punch perhaps
553. React to a shock
554. React to a shock like an angler?
555. React to a slug
556. React to an uppercut
557. React to an uppercut perhaps
558. React to being punched
559. React to being walloped
560. React to getting a sock
561. React to getting socked
562. React to stunning news say
563. React to terrible news say
564. React with shock
565. Readily recite with "off"
566. Recite (with "off")
567. Recite quickly with "off"
568. Recite rapidly with "off"
569. Recite with "off"
570. Relative of a hornpipe.
571. Request to a fiddler
572. Revolving-spool device
573. Rod and ___
574. Rod and ___ (fishing gear)
575. Rod attachment.
576. Rod counterpart
577. Rod go-with
578. Rod partner
579. Rod's companion.
580. Rod's fishing partner?
581. Rod's friend?
582. Rod's go-with
583. Rod's mate
584. Rod's partner.
585. Rod.s companion
586. Roll of film
587. Rotatory device
588. Rotatory device.
589. Roundhouse reaction
590. Rural dance
591. Section of film.
592. SEE STARS
593. Show evidence of shock
594. Slot machine spinner
595. Soft shoe style of Irish dance
596. Something good
597. Something spinning in a slot machine
598. Spin around
599. Spinner on a fishing trip
600. Spool
601. Spool for film
602. Spool for fishing line
603. Spool for old films
604. Spool holding fishing line
605. Spool of film
606. Spool on a fishing rod
607. Spool.
608. Sportfishing need
609. Stagger back
610. Stagger from a blow
611. Stagger like a drunk
612. Stagger as out of Fishco
613. Stagger.
614. Stumble
615. Stumble violently
616. Stun
617. Sway
618. Tackle purchase
619. Tackle shop buy
620. Tackle-box item
621. Tape holder
622. Tape unit
623. Teeter
624. Teeter or totter
625. Tell quickly with "off"
626. The Human Highlight ___ (Dominique Wilkins' nickname)
627. Theatre unit
628. There's film all over it
629. Thread spool essentially
630. Traditional dance
631. Turner of old movies
632. Viginia for one
633. Virginia --
634. Virginia ___ (4)
635. Virginia ___ (country dance)
636. Virginia ___ (dance)
637. Virginia is one
638. Virginia s dance
639. Virginia's dance
640. Virginia for instance.
641. Virginia for one
642. Walk as if drunk
643. Walk dizzily
644. Walk in a jagged line
645. Walk in zig-zags
646. Walk lurchingly
647. Walk while dizzy
648. Walk woozily
649. Wharf need for some
650. What Steely Dan will do to "the Years"
651. What a leader gets attached to
652. Where the line starts?
653. Whirl.
654. Whirlwind? (4)
655. wind
656. Wind on a line
657. Wind up
658. Wind up on a fishing boat?
659. Wind-up fishing equipment
660. Wind-up of a fishing trip?
661. Wobble
662. Word in many punny titles of books about film
663. Word with "gag" or "fly"
664. ___ Big Fish
665. ___ Big Fish ("Sell Out" band)
666. ___ estate (film set)
667. ___ in (land)
668. ___ off (enumerate).
669. ___ off (recite)
670. Flanged spool
671. Tell fluently (with "off")
672. It might wind up on a pier
673. Turner of movies
674. React to an uppercut, perhaps
675. Part of The Net
676. Spun
677. Virginia ____
678. Scottish dances
679. Swayed
680. Caught
681. Rods companions
682. Didn't walk the line
683. Lively dances
684. Bring to shore
685. Holders of many frames
686. Displayed one's dizziness
687. Fail the sobriety test, in a way
688. Staggered
689. Put back in Washington, e.g.
690. Catch a catch-of-the-day
691. Betray drunkenness, in a way
692. Projection-room changes
693. Reacted to a haymaker
694. Where films wind up?
695. Opposite of "send packing"
696. Recited fluently
697. Got thrown for a loop
698. Puts back in office
699. Projection room item, once
700. Campaign button verb
701. Irish fiddler's tune
702. Movie archive unit
703. Word on some campaign buttons
704. Landed
705. Fishing rod attachments
706. Staggers
707. Baseball's Little Colonel
708. NASA homecoming
709. Artful Dodger
710. Show up again
711. Actress Witherspoon
712. Walks unsteadily
713. Film units
714. Reacts to a shock
715. Put on again
716. Roger of "Cheers"
717. Reacted to a punch
718. Lands, as a fish
719. Return to one's seat?
720. Baseball's Pee Wee
721. Witherspoon of "Four Christmases"
722. Witherspoon of "Legally Blonde"
723. Big Cup brand
724. Reacts to a blow
725. Cheers actor Roger
726. Eponymous candy man
727. Land, as a fish
728. Woozy
729. Return to the fray
730. Portuguese king
731. They get paid to make calls
732. See 69 Across
733. Shortstop Pee Wee
734. Actor Christopher
735. Ump
736. Gas pump abbr.
737. Allude (to)
738. Allude
739. Foul caller
740. Shot caller
741. B-ball official
742. Ring leader?
743. Ring official
744. Losing My Religion band
745. Do some cobbling
746. French monarch
747. Connect, in a way
748. Freeman biography
749. Actress Della
750. Entertainer Della
751. Cinematography units
752. Touched by an Angel star
753. Della or Pee Wee
754. Durocher's shortstop
755. Ebbets Field great
756. She's an angel on TV
757. Goes for a spin?
758. Device for Walton
759. Land
760. Cassette parts
761. Movie units
762. Brought (in)
763. Campaign poster word
764. Sends back to Washington
765. Catch, in a way
766. Cast a line
767. Fishing devices
768. Vote into office again
769. Correct, as a PIN
770. Crank up the tunas?
771. Catch, as a fish
772. Tried to land
773. Simulate, as a crime
774. Tottered.
775. Kind of small windlass.
776. Staggered.
777. Waver.
778. Wound.
779. Film.
780. Spin.
781. Reconstruct dramatically.
782. Commend again.
783. Spun.
784. Return to office.
785. Country dance.
786. Unit of film.
787. Participated in a folk dance.
788. Small windlass.
789. Stagger under impact.
790. Flanged spool.
791. Vote into office again.
792. Fisherman's adjunct.
793. Tell fluently (with "offâ€‌).
794. Back in office.
795. Film unit.
796. Rod and ___.
797. Spool of film.
798. Virginia specialty.
799. Puts back in office.
800. Whirled.
801. Related fluently (with "off").
802. Film units.
803. Chooses again.
804. Told fluently (with "off").
805. Campaign word.
806. Square dance.
807. Returns to office.
808. Virginia ___.
809. Virginia, for instance.
810. Fishing equipment.
811. Show shock
812. Rod’s companion
813. Fisherman's adjunct
814. Quantity of wire
815. Part of a movie
816. Quantity of thread
817. Rodless attachment
818. Part of a tape recorder
819. Barn dancers can do it
820. Square dance
821. Fishing tackle
822. Rod and ____
823. About , feet of film
824. Rod's partner, in phrase
825. Rod’s partner
826. Dance film
827. Part of film dealing with the Spanish dance