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  2. Izzy and Moe - Wikipedia

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    Izzy and Moe is a 1985 American made-for-television comedy - crime film starring Jackie Gleason and Art Carney. It is a fictional account of two actual Prohibition -era policemen, Izzy Einstein and Moe Smith, and their adventures in tracking down illegal bars and gangsters. The film was originally broadcast on CBS on September 23, 1985.

  3. Moe (slang) - Wikipedia

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    Moe. (slang) A character that might appear in an anime or manga series that can elicit feelings of moe. Moe ( 萌え, Japanese pronunciation: [mo.e] ( listen)), sometimes romanized as moé, is a Japanese word that refers to feelings of strong affection mainly towards characters in anime, manga, video games, and other media directed at the otaku ...

  4. Izzy Einstein and Moe Smith - Wikipedia

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    Isidor "Izzy" Einstein (1880–1938) and Moe W. Smith (1887–1960) were United States federal police officers, agents of the U.S. Prohibition Unit, who achieved the most arrests and convictions during the first years of the alcohol prohibition era (1920–1925). They were known nationally for successfully exploding illegal speakeasies and for ...

  5. Jerry Moe - Wikipedia

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    Jerry Moe is an internationally recognized counselor, author, trainer, and public speaker. He is a leader on issues for children living in families impacted by addiction and an advocate that recovery from addiction should include all family members. With a background in sociology, education and counseling, Moe developed a program for kids ages ...

  6. The Three Stooges - Wikipedia

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    By 1956 Moe Howard and Larry Fine were carrying the short-subject series as a two-man team, apart from third member Shemp who was seen entirely in older footage. Moe proposed that he and Larry could continue working as a duo, "The Two Stooges." Columbia flatly refused, having promoted the team as "The Three Stooges" for decades.

  7. Moe Berg - Wikipedia

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    Boston Red Sox ( 1935 – 1939) Morris Berg (March 2, 1902 – May 29, 1972) was an American catcher and coach in Major League Baseball, who later served as a spy for the Office of Strategic Services during World War II. Although he played 15 seasons in the major leagues, almost entirely for four American League teams, Berg was never more than ...

  8. Moe Reinblatt - Wikipedia

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    Moe Reinblatt was born in Montreal to Jewish parents Manya (née Dipperstein, d. 1925) and Joseph Reinblatt. His grandfather, Baruch, was an immigrant from Russian Bessarabia . [3] Reinblatt studied art under Anne Savage at Baron Byng High School from 1932 to 1935, [4] and under painter Alexander Bercovitch [ Wikidata ] at the Montreal YM-YWHA ...