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    "The cast all deliver gangbusters here. Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman is every bit as charismatic and commanding as she was in her previous two cinematic appearances.

  • Hugh Jackman May Not Put Wolverine Away After All

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    The mouthy merc finally saw his standalone movie hit theaters, and the rated-R affair did gangbusters at the box-office. Not long ago, ...

  • George Clooney Quiets Stacy Keibler Split Rumors With ...

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    That didn't take long. On the heels of rampantrumors that George Clooney was getting ready to add Stacy Keibler's name to his long, long list of ex-girlfriends, the ...

  • How TV shows hide star pregnancies - msn.com

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    Lisa Kudrow, 'Friends'Writers and producers of the gangbusters hit show "Friends" didn't so much hide Lisa's pregnancy as they worked around it. Sort of.

  • MSN Entertainment's 100 favorite films, 60-41

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    'Die Hard' (1988)"Yippee-kay-yay..." You know the rest. Or you should. A quarter of a decade after its release, this innovative action thriller is a certified classic.

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  • Gangbusters | Definition of Gangbusters by Merriam-Webster

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    Define gangbusters: outstandingly excellent or successful — gangbusters in a sentence

  • Gangbusters | Define Gangbusters at Dictionary.com

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    Gangbusters definition, a law-enforcement officer who specializes in breaking up organized crime, often by forceful or sensational means. See more.

  • Urban Dictionary: gangbusters

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    Gang Busters was a famous radio program that was first heard in 1936 and aired until 1957. The sound effects of police sirens, tommyguns, and screeching tires that ...

  • Gang Busters - Wikipedia

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    Gang Busters was an American dramatic radio program heralded as "the only national program that brings you authentic police case histories." It premiered as G-Men ...

  • Like gangbusters - Grammarist

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    But in the years since the show went off the air, the meaning of like gangbusters has become confused. A few writers still use it with its original meaning (i.e ...

  • Gangbuster - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

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    come on like gangbusters informal To do something with a lot of energy and enthusiasm. Primarily heard in US. When I presented the case to my students, they came on ...

  • Like gangbusters - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

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    Definition of like gangbusters in the Idioms Dictionary. like gangbusters phrase. What does like gangbusters expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.

  • Gangbuster | Definition of Gangbuster by Merriam-Webster

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    Define gangbuster: one engaged in the aggressive breakup of organized criminal gangs — gangbuster in a sentence

  • Gang Busters (TV Series 1952– ) - IMDb

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    Created by Phillips Lord. With Robert Bice, Mike Ragan, Myron Healey, Don C. Harvey. True crime stories and their investigations are dramatized.

  • Gangbusters (role-playing game) - Wikipedia

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    Gangbusters was a historical roleplaying game designed by Rick Krebs (based on his original game called "Bloody 20's") with Mark Acres assisting in its development ...

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