New York Times Crossword Answers - January 20, 2015

New York Times Crossword Answers - January 20, 2015

Clue

Answer

'Evita' role

EVA

'Evita' role

CHE

'Siddhartha' writer

HESSE

'The Dark Knight' actor

CAINE

'The Merry Widow' composer

LEHAR

'Tommy,' for one

ROCKOPERA

'___ Rather Be With Me' (1967 hit)

SHED

Action film weapon

UZI

Alternative to Drive or Road

LANE

Antiquity, in antiquity

ELD

Bad to the bone

EVIL

Barnyard bleats

BAAS

Bell sound

DONG

Book of the Bible or an event described in it

EXODUS

Bro's sibling

SIS

Certain dash lengths

EMS

Clampett patriarch

JED

Comeback

RETORT

Comfy bit of footwear

MOC

Commotions

ADOS

Consider

DEEM

Daytime ___

EMMYS

Detergent brand

ERA

Dish with croutons and Parmesan cheese

CAESARSALAD

English princess who competed in the 1976 Olympics

ANNE

Evian competitor

CRYSTALGEYSER

Fabric once described as 'comfort in action'

ORLON

Geek

DWEEB

Guernsey chew

CUD

Houston athlete

ASTRO

In a rational way

SANELY

Insurance submission

CLAIM

Ivanhoe's love

ROWENA

Key of Schubert's Symphony No. 9: Abbr

CMAJ

Kurosawa classic

RASHOMON

Lab bottle

PHIAL

Laundry worker

IRONER

Lead-in to cent or annum

PER

Like some rich soil

LOAMY

Lumberjack's tool

AXE

Madrid month

MES

Managed

RAN

Monopolizes

HOGS

Neighbor of Nigeria

CAMEROON

Okla. City-to-St. Louis direction

ENE

Old ___ (Yale, affectionately)

ELI

One taking a close look

ANALYZER

Part of a parka

HOOD

Part of an Italian sub

SALAMI

Passé

OLDHAT

Patriot Paul

REVERE

Peculiar

ODD

Prepare to be knighted

KNEEL

Pull-down sleeper

MURPHYBED

Rarity at Alcatraz

ESCAPE

Roofer's cover

TARP

Santa ___ winds

ANA

Scribble (down)

JOT

Senseless talk

DRIVEL

Sled dog

MALAMUTE

Social Security criterion

AGE

Speaker of baseball

TRIS

Super Bowl gains

YARDS

Swamp beast, informally

CROC

Tireless worker?

ROBOT

Tolerate

ABIDE

Tolkien creature

ORC

Uses an aerosol

SPRAYS

Verb with 'vous'

ETES

Violinist Leopold

AUER

What some dieters do

YOYO

What the starts of 18-, 24-, 37- and 52-Across can provide?

COMICRELIEF

When repeated, a lively dance

CHA

Word after fish or French

FRY

Word before top or party

PAJAMA

Work on a gravestone, e.g

ETCH

___ canto

BEL

___ stage

REM