For Crypto-O-Gram #3 I have created a different kind of
puzzle that I call “Sliders.” To solve this
puzzle create an Excel table of 10 rows and 10 columns (“J”). Highlight column #5 (“E”). For each row I’ve thought of a one-word film
title. For each film I’ve come up with a
two-word clue. I’ve “locked” the first
word of the clue to the appropriate row, but mixed the second words of each
clue into a list. Your task is to
partner the list of second words with the correct first word to suggest 10
one-word film titles. Enter those film
titles into their respective rows one letter per cell. Then
“slide” these film titles along the rows of the Excel spreadsheet so that an 11th
one-word film title reads down in column #5.
Enter the film title from column “E” in THIS THREAD.

The 1st words:

Row 1: DiCaprio
Row 2: Keanu
Row 3: Bruce
Row 4: Shower
Row 5: Rebel
Row 6: Jamie
Row 7: Stars
Row 8: Stewart
Row 9: Ground
Row 10: Foster

The list of 2nd words:


I welcome your feedback on this, or any, puzzle. Now, for the answers to puzzle #2:

The film: Ghostbusters
Director: Reitman

The Quote:

“Ray, when someone asks you if you’re a god you say ‘Yes’.”

The Clues:

  1. A
    wilder Frankenstein: YOUNG (Young
  2. Walken
    hunted one: MOUSE (Mousehunt)
  3. Received
    punch from Mongo: HORSE (Blazing Saddles)
  4. Gossett
    is this kind of enemy: MINE (Enemy Mine)
  5. The
    “right to hunt one of the tyrannosaurs” was this to Tembo: FEE (The Lost Word: Jurassic Park II)
  6. One of
    the stars of the quoted film: AYKROYD (Ghostbusters)
  7. Bach
    to Bond: ANYA (The Spy Who Loved Me)
  8. Hanks
    to Andy: TOY (Toy Story)
  9. To
    where they will come if you build it:
    IOWA (Field of Dreams)
  10. Not to
    blame for unfunny Meyers children’s film:
    SEUSS (The Cat in the Hat)
  11. Star
    Trek regular who didn’t make it into the movies: YAR
    (ST:TNG films)

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