Crossword Clue with J
James Fenimore Cooper novel, with 'The'
James Fenimore Cooper's "___ Myers"
James Forrestal was its last cabinet secy.
James Franco vis-a-vis Anne Hathaway, at the 2011 Oscars
James Galway's instrument
James Gandolfini show (with 'The')
James Gandolfini's role on "The Sopranos"
James Gardiner and Bill Bennett constructions
James Garfield's middle name
James Garner TV show
James Herriot or J.K. Rowling
James Herriot, for one
James Hilton locale
James Hubert Blake's nickname
James I and Charles I
JAMES I, kingdom of
James I's house
James I's queen consort
JAMES II, battle of
JAMES II, captor of
JAMES II, kingdom of
JAMES II, victim of
James II's daughter
JAMES III, kingdom of
James in both the Blues and Rock and Roll Halls of Fame
James in many westerns
James in the Blues Hall of Fame
James in the Grammy Hall of Fame
James in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
James Ingram's "___ have the heart"
JAMES IV, kingdom of
James Jones novel
James Jones' middle name
James Joyce accessory
James Joyce and William Butler Yeats
James Joyce author Leon ___
James Joyce book
James Joyce classic
James Joyce masterwork
James Joyce novel
James Joyce novel that many people claim to have finished reading
James Joyce short story
James Joyce title character
James Joyce work
James Joyce's "Ulysses," per a 1921 court decision
James Joyce's 1922 classic
James Joyce's home
James Joyce's land
James Joyce's wife
James K. Polk's alma mater, briefly
James K. Polk's alma mater: Abbr.
James known for playing an 8-Down
James Logan was its chief
James Mason's 1954 captain
James Mattis was one
James Meredith's alma mater
James Merritt ___, pioneer in American lithography
James Merritt ___, pioneering lithographer
James Michener narrative
James Michener novel
James Michener novel set in Maryland
James Michener novel, for example
James Michener opus
James nicknamed "Miss Peaches"
James of 'Las Vegas'
James of 'Slither'
James of 'The Blacklist'
James of "Bad Influence"
James of "Boston Legal"
James of "Boston Legal" and "The Office"
James of "Brian's Song"
James of "Desperate Housewives"
James of "Elf"
James of "Freaks and Geeks"
James of "Gunsmoke"
James of "Hondo"
James of "Honeymoon in Vegas"
James of "James and the Giant Peach," for one
James of "Marcus Welby, M.D."
James of "Misery"
James of "Rebel ..."
James of "Rollerball"
James of "Shell Game"
James of "Star Trek"
James of "The Andromeda Strain"
James of "The Godfather"
James of "The Magnificent Seven"
James of "The Virginian"
James of "Thief"
James of "X-Men" films
James of ABC's "Back in the Game"
James of blues
James of criticism
James of Her Majesty's Secret Service
James of Hollywood
James of jazz
James of letters
James of music
James of NBC's "The Blacklist"
James of R&B
James of spydom
James of the blues
James of the court
James of the Lakers
James of the Met
James of the old West
James of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
James of TV's "How the West Was Won"
James of TV's "Las Vegas"
James of westerns
James or Howard
James or Jackie
James or Jackson
James or Jennifer
James or Jones in jazz history
James or Jones of jazz
James or Judas, e.g.
James or Kett
James or Marilyn
James or Springfield
James Osterberg, ___ Iggy Pop
James Parkinson or Alois Alzheimer
James Patterson book
James Patterson detective
James Patterson hero ___ Cross
James Patterson sleuth
James Patterson sleuth Cross
James played by Beyonce in 'Cadillac Records'
James Polk's first lady
James Polk's middle name
James portrayed by Beyonce in "Cadillac Records"
James river city
JAMES River tributary
JAMES River, State on north bank of the (USA)
JAMES River, town on the
James Roday sitcom
James Russell Lowell, for one
James Stewart screen persona
James the agent
JAMES the Elder, father of
JAMES the Elder, mother of
JAMES the Great (St.), feast month of
JAMES the Less, father of
JAMES the Less, mother of
James Thomson's "Rule, Britannia" is one
James Thurber, by birth
JAMES V, kingdom of
James Van ___ Beek (Dawson)
James Watt, by birth
James Watt's development
James Watt's power source
James West's sidekick
James Whitcomb Riley's "___ Bull"
James Whitcomb Riley's "___ I Went Mad"
James Whitcomb Riley's "___ Went Mad"
James who co-wrote "The African Queen"
James who co-wrote the script for 39-Across
James who coscripted "The African Queen"
James who created filmdom's Charlie Allnut and Rose Sayer
James who died three years before winning a Pulitzer
James who edited the O.E.D.
James who invented the Dual Cyclone vacuum cleaner
James who is more than a little forward?
James who likes his martinis "shaken, not stirred"
James who originated the phrase "Taxation without representation"
James who played a Corleone
James who played a wolf in "Wolf"
James who played Sonny Corleone
James who played Sonny in "The Godfather"
James who played the Mafia mobster Sonny Corleone
James who played TV's Marshal Dillon
James who played Uncle Phil
James who sang "A Sunday Kind of Love"
James who sang "All I Could Do Was Cry"
James who sang "At last, my love has come along ..."
James who sang "At Last"
James who sang "Good Rockin' Daddy"
James who sang "I Sing the Blues"
James who sang "Mystery Lady"
James who sang "Tell Mama"
James who sang "Trust in Me"
James who sang at the opening of the 1984 Summer Olympics
James who sang the ballad "At Last"
James who starred in "Misery"
James who starred in 1970s TV's "How the West Was Won"
James who voiced Ultron in "Avengers: Age of Ultron"
James who walked on the moon
James who was known as the Pineapple King
James who was nominated for a 1967 Grammy for "Tell Mama"
James who was portrayed by Beyoncé
James who was Sonny Corleone
James who who plays Robert California on "The Office"
James who won a posthumous Pulitzer
James who won an Emmy two years in a row for the same role on different shows
James who wrote "A Death in the Family"
James who wrote "Let Us Now Praise Famous Men"
James who wrote "Sweet Baby James"
James who wrote "The Morning Watch"
James who wrote "The Postman Always Rings Twice"
James who wrote "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty"
James who wrote "Ulysses"
James whom Beyonce portrayed
James with a 1958 Pulitzer
James with a jazzy voice
James with a posthumous Pulitzer
James with a Pulitzer
James with an electrical unit named after him
James with four Grammys
James with six Grammys
James with the album "The Sweetest Peaches"
James with the ironically titled "Let Us Now Praise Famous Men"
James with the nickname Miss Peaches
James Woods series
James Woods's voice role in "Hercules"
James Woolsey's org.
James Wright's predecessor
James, again, briefly
JAMES, father of
James, for one
James, for one, briefly
James, Jimmy or John
JAMES, kingdom of
JAMES, mother of
JAMES, pet form of
James, since 2018
James, the blues singer
James, winner of a posthumous Pulitzer
James' "Good Times" wife
James' co-star in 'Rebel Without a Cause'
James' evil golfing opponent, in a 1964 film
James' pal in "Rebel Without a Cause"
James's "East of Eden" director
James's "Vertigo" co-star
James's Fort Knox adversary
James's Oscars co-host
James's wife, on "The Sopranos"
Jamestown John of
JAMI, famed story by