Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (May 5th 2012) clues of New York Times crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 72 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

'Coppélia' composer
'What ___?'
1945 Tommy Dorsey hit
Ad trailer?
Alabama or Missouri
Any of three title characters in a long-running Cartoon Network series
Author of 'The Stranger Beside Me,' 1980
Beatles tune that begins 'If you wear red tonight'
Big name in jewelry retail
Boom follower, maybe
Boom maker, once
Car bar
Central feature of St. Peter's Square
Clinton or Bush, once
Common barn roof
Cover-up witnessed by millions?
Drink that had a Wild Red variety
Drink that has a Ruby Red variety
Drum and bass parts
Fault line?
Film with the protagonist 'Z'
First name in long jumping
Get heat from?
Goes gray
Great part for Duvall?
Having five sharps
Ingredient in gourmet potato chips
It forms much of Lombardy's southern border
Journalists James and James Jr
Like arias
Longtime ace
Look down
LP insert?
Medium frequencies include them
Mouths, to Marius
Nigerian language
Onetime Lake Texcoco dweller
Oscar winner after 'On the Waterfront'
Papuan port
Parent's peremptory 'reason'
Part of French Polynesia
Part of some fruit drink names
Passenger's status
Philippine province on Luzon
Pungent fish topper
Reaches the age of
Relatives of dik-diks
Rope holding down a bowsprit
Salad, often
Scary sucker, for short
See 46-Across
Shot stuff
Small creature that undergoes metamorphosis
So as not to be overheard, say
Some German models
Source of the word 'robot'
Steak or chop choice
Taco alternative
Taxonomy suffix
The Aggies of the Big West Conf
With 42-Across, old ad mascot who sang 'It's dandy for your teeth'
Worked (up)
___ de guerre
___ up (brawl)