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1962 #1 Hit That The Bbc Once Deemed 'Too Morbid' To Play Crossword Clue

The crossword clue 1962 #1 hit that the BBC once deemed 'too morbid' to play with 11 letters was last seen on the December 02, 2022. We think the likely answer to this clue is MONSTERMASH. Below are all possible answers to this clue ordered by its rank. You can easily improve your search by specifying the number of letters in the answer.
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94% MONSTERMASH 1962 #1 hit that the BBC once deemed 'too morbid' to play
2% LETSDANCE 1983 #1 hit for David Bowie
2% ALSO Too
2% DRAGONSDEN BBC show that inspired the U.S.'s 'Shark Tank'
2% TLC Trio with the 1995 #1 hit 'Waterfalls'
2% ACTI Start to play?
2% GETGOING Hit the road
2% WINBIG Hit the jackpot
2% DOH Play-___
2% GLEN Campbell with the 1975 #1 hit 'Rhinestone Cowboy'
2% SKI Hit the slopes
2% IFOLD 'That bet is too high for me to call'
2% ANTES Pays to play
2% ANTE Pay to play
2% HITIT Signal to play
2% RETURN TO SENDER Elvis Presley's 1962 UK No 1 Christmas single
2% ROLE Part to play
2% DRWHO Hit BBC series since 1963, informally
2% ICLAUDIUS Hit BBC series of 1976
2% HESA '___ Rebel' (1962 #1 hit)
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