June 15th 2017, New York Times

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2000s Japanese P.M
Axis leader
Berth place
*Bit of blue humor
B&O and others: Abbr
California tourist destination
'Cheeseburger, large fries and a root beer,' e.g
*Clint Eastwood title role
Color much worn on St. Patrick's Day
Comparatively peeved
Conciliatory gift
Cousin, e.g.: Abbr
El ___ (weather phenomenon)
End of a song at a New Year's Eve party
European sister brand of Buick
Expose, in verse
Extended a greeting
Fatty acid, e.g
Former Cleveland Orchestra conductor George
*Gin, vermouth and olive juice concoction
He sang (but did not write) 'I Write the Songs'
Hit movie released on June 15, 1967 ... with a hint to this puzzle's theme
*Ill-gotten gains
It has a 25-min. no-calculator section
It's used to pick things up
John with five Grammys
Jungle gym, for one
Kind of warning
Like many early schoolhouses
Like some scratch-off lottery tickets
*Lowdown scoundrel
Minute Maid Park player, for short
*No-good con man
Not quite right
Not so hot
Old beer with the ad line 'From the land of sky blue waters'
One, overseas
One who's second to vote, usually
___ patch
Quaint greeting to a lady or gent
Race leader?
*Secrets that would be embarrassing to reveal
She had a 'major' role on 'M*A*S*H'
Sign with an arrow
Signature Obama measure, for short
Some hosp. staffers
Something in a drafts folder
*Something that might be bleeped
Stallone and Stone
*Stink eye
Suisse sweetheart
Sun god worshiper
They get punched
They're all in the family
To laugh, in Lyon
*Underhanded stratagem
*Unpleasant task that 'someone has to do'
Versus: Abbr
Very, informally
W. C. Fields persona
Weigh in, say
Welcome at the door
What several characters in 'Coming Home' came home from, informally
Winter frost
*X-rated film
'You should know better!'