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Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 76 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

'East' on a grandfather clock
'Hercules' spinoff
'No thanks'
'Rebel Without a Cause' actor Sal
'Rent' composer Jonathan
'That is to say …'
'That ___ excuse'
1970's Robert Blake series
Altar garb
Arnaz of 50's TV
Attack helicopter
Barn adjunct
Bulk of a TV network's income
Capital ___ Bank
Capt. Hook's sidekick
Carl who wrote 'Contact'
Certain Vegas games
Chicago's St. ___ University
Common rhyme scheme
Cookbook author Rombauer
Cry in the outfield
Dentist's implement
Dirty literature
Doll's cry
F.B.I. investigator, slangily
Fasting times
First name in W.W. II infamy
Friend in France
Give up
Golfer's bagful
Gossip, slangily
In front of
In ___ rush
Intro for boy or girl
Item pictured in a cereal ad
Items made unnecessary by iPods
K.C.-to-Detroit dir.
Let out early
Little cap
Lord Vader
Moldavia, e.g.: Abbr.
More pink, as steak
Most of the characters on 'The West Wing'
Mrs. Ed Norton
Murphy Brown's mother or son
Musical featuring the song 'Buenos Aires'
New York cardinal
Not black-and-white
Not recorded
One of eight English kings: Abbr.
Prefix with sphere
Select, with 'for'
Settled (on)
Slender wedge
Stop with
Suffix with legal
Tabu for taboo, e.g.: Abbr.
Take the booby prize
Till holder
Voyager launcher
What many champagne glasses do
When repeated, a food fish
When Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are last seen
Where to find the varieties mentioned at the start of 17-, 26- and 47-Across
Worked (up)
Zigzags downhill
___ Kringle
___ Valley, Calif.