J. Edgar Hoover


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J. Edgar (Hoover)

(ˈdʒe ˈɛdgɚ (ˈhuvɚ))
n. the police; federal officers. (Underworld.) Max got out of town when he heard that the J. Edgars were on his tail.
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Ultimately, J. Edgar Hoover Goes to the Movies is an argument against censorship.
J. Edgar Hoover Leonardo DiCaprio Helen Gandy Naomi Watts Clyde Tolson Armie Hammer Charles Lindbergh Josh Lucas Annie Hoover Judi Dench With: Jeffrey Donovan, Miles Fisher, Damon Herriman, Ary Katz, Dermot Mulroney, Geoff Pierson, Michael Rady, Stephen Root, Ed Westwick.
"Thank God that a man like J. Edgar Hoover is the head of the FBI," read one ringing endorsement in The American Magazine in 1955.
On the wall of our basement rec room, I remember seeing a photograph of my dad and J. Edgar Hoover shaking hands, and next to the picture was a signed letter from Hoover thanking Dad for his hard work and dedication during the war.
As for J. Edgar Hoover, his memoirs consist, as far as history is concerned, in the noxious marginalia he penned on his agents' reports dealing with the Bureau's harassment of Martin Luther King Jr.
Joe McCarthy's lackey) and even J. Edgar Hoover, all of whom must have thought their "tracks were covered" by being such rabid attack dogs to our overall liberation.
Only later would I learn that "top cop" J. Edgar Hoover, head of the FBI until he was interred, had investigated the American Humanist Association, concluding that the organization wasn't communist and posed no threat to national security.
PUPPETMASTER: THE SECRET LIFE OF J. EDGAR HOOVER. Richard Hack.
The Einstein File: J. Edgar Hoover's Secret War Against the World's Most Famous Scientist, by Fred Jerome.
Fred Jerome's THE EINSTEIN FILE: J. EDGAR HOOVER'S SECRET WAR AGAINST THE WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS SCIENTIST (St.
'The Einstein File: J. Edgar Hoover's Secret War Against the World's Most Famous Scientist' by Fred Jerome looks at the 2,000-page FBI file on the scientist and Hoover's attempt to have him deported.
The last play is a monologue that draws from J. Edgar Hoover's life in drag.
Patrick Gray Ill, J. Edgar Hoover's replacement at the FBI, who advised his staff to read his favorite book, Jonathan Livingston Seagull, to get their "minds to soar."