Mirror Quiz Crossword Answers August 4th 2017

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Clue Solution
Island nation in the Indian Ocean; capital Antananarivo (10) MADAGASCAR
The —, 1986 film thriller starring Rutger Hauer and C Thomas Howell (7) FRISCH
Catherine —, actress who played Mickey Crabbe in 2003 film comedy A Mighty Wind (5) MAD
Inner and longer of the two bones of the human forearm (4) DREY
Simon —, actor who played the title role in 2014 comedy-drama film Hector and the Search for Happiness (4) PENN
Woody climbing plant with lobed evergreen leaves (3) OLIVE
Dick —, vice president of the United States from 2001-09 (6) MYSTERYMEN
Max —, author of novels Homo Faber and Stiller (6) MATINEE
American humour magazine associated with the character Alfred E Neuman (3) SHOPGIRL
Nest of a squirrel (4) THEUNCOMMON
Sean —, Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar winner for Milk and Mystic River (4) DARYLHANNAH
Evergreen tree of the Mediterranean with edible shiny black fruits (5) STEPHEN
Former standard unit of currency of Greece replaced by the euro (7) READER
1999 film comedy starring Ben Stiller as Mr Furious (7,3) DAISY
1993 comedy-drama film starring John Goodman and Cathy Moriarty (7) MADAGASCAR
Capital and chief port of Qatar (4) HITCHER
J —, West Indies Test cricketer who took 5-56 against Australia in Adelaide in 1982 (6) OHARA
2000 novella by comedian Steve Martin (8) ULNA
Family of violin makers active in Cremona, Italy in the 16th and 17th centuries (5) PEGG
Actress who played the title role in 1987 romcom Roxanne (5,6) CHENEY
2007 novel by Dick Francis and Felix Francis (4,4) DRACHMA
King of England from 1135-54 (7) DOHA
See 6 GARNER
Small perennial European plant whose flowers have white rays and a yellow disc (5) AMATI
L Frank —, author of 1900 children’s novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (4) DEADHEAT