"Got that right!" crossword clue

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New York Times Clues September 21, 2017

1927 automotive debut
A whole bunch
Abductee of myth
*Adlai Stevenson as a presidential candidate, e.g.
Airline with a flag in its logo
Bone: It.
Boxer's concern, maybe
British V.I.P.s
Came's partner
Castor or Pollux
Connection provider, for short
Crossed paths
Dessert component often bought premade
**Doesn't go to either extreme
Elaborate, with "out"
First name in mysteries
Fix, as a boot
Formula One racer Prost
Fricassee, for example
George I or V?
German article
"Got that right!"
Head lines, briefly?
___ Helmer of "A Doll's House"
How cigars should be kept, say aficionados
*Individual telephone connections
Injured party's warning
It's "knowing all the facts," according to Woody Allen
Knight's need
*Limits on team payrolls
Listen (to)
Makeup of many moon rocks
Mentally infirm
Michael of "The Great Santini"
Often-illegal maneuver that is key to answering the asterisked clues
Operatic villains, often
"Perhaps ___"
Points along a bus route
Poker blunder
Prefix with -logical
Punjab's capital
Quadrennial U.S. occurrence
Ragtime legend Blake
Remark from Don Rickles
Research org.
"Saw" stuff
Social gathering
Something involved in a firing
Speaker in major-league baseball history
Squid predator
Statistician Silver
___ Strauss
They praise in non-prose
Thinks but doesn't know for a fact
Tomorrow's jr.
Topping the Scoville scale
Vacuum tube innovation of 1946
Was prying
"You missed your chance"