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  • Crazy Like a Fox (TV series) — Crazy Like a Fox Genre Crime drama/Comedy Created by John Baskin Starring …   Wikipedia

  • Crazy Like a Fox — may refer to: Crazy Like a Fox (TV series), an American television series (1984–1986) Still Crazy Like a Fox, a 1987 American television movie that was a spinoff of the television series Crazy Like a Fox (1926 film), a 1926 film starring Charley… …   Wikipedia

  • Crazy Like a Fox (1926 film) — Crazy Like a Fox Directed by Leo McCarey Produced by Hal Roach Written by Charley Chase H. M. Walker Starring …   Wikipedia

  • Crazy Like a Fox — est un film américain de Leo McCarey sorti en 1926. Sommaire 1 Synopsis 2 Fiche technique 3 Distribution 4 Voir aussi …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Crazy Like a Fox (2004 film) — For other uses, see Crazy Like a Fox (disambiguation). Crazy Like a Fox Crazy Like a Fox theatrical poster Directed by Richard Squires …   Wikipedia

  • Crazy Like a Fox — Seriendaten Deutscher Titel: Die Fälle des Harry Fox Originaltitel: Crazy Like a Fox Produktionsland: USA …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • crazy like a fox — crafty while appearing foolish or dumb, play the fool    In the debate, he was crazy like a fox. He praised his opponent for being clever and ruthless …   English idioms

  • Still Crazy Like a Fox — was a 1987 American television movie starring Jack Warden and John Rubinstein as a father and son team of private detectives who become mixed up in a high level murder case whilst on vacation in England. It is most noted for the appearance of… …   Wikipedia

  • Crazy Taxi (series) — Crazy Taxi The Crazy Taxi logo Genres Score attack, racing Developers Hitmaker …   Wikipedia

  • Fox News Channel — Fox News redirects here. For other uses, see Fox News (disambiguation). Not to be confused with Fox News Radio and local news bulletins on the Fox Network Affiliates. Fox News Channel …   Wikipedia

  • crazy — (adj.) 1570s, diseased, sickly, from CRAZE (Cf. craze) + Y (Cf. y) (2). Meaning full of cracks or flaws is from 1580s; that of of unsound mind, or behaving as so is from 1610s. Jazz slang sense cool, exciting attested by 1927. To drive (someone)… …   Etymology dictionary

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