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Len Blum - Filmography
... Meatballs (with Dan Goldberg and Harold Ramis) (1979) Stripes (with Dan Goldberg and Harold Ramis) (1981) Heavy Metal (with Dan Goldberg) (1981) Spacehunter Adventures in the Forbidden Zone (wit ...
Goldberg, Germany
... Goldberg is a town in the Ludwigslust-Parchim district, in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany ... Gammelin Ganzlin Gischow Gneven Göhlen Goldberg Gorlosen Grabow Granzin Grebs-Niendorf Gresse Greven Groß Godems Groß Krams Groß Laasch Hagenow Hohen Pritz Holthusen Hoort Hülseburg Karbow-Vietlübbe ...
Léon Goldberg - Biography - Second World War
... Goldberg was known within the resistance under the pseudonym "Julien", and his false papers were in the name of "Gérard Charton" ... On 23 September 1943 Goldberg, Joseph Boczov and two other fighters from the FTP-MOI took a train to Brie-Comte-Robert ... On 21 October 1943 Goldberg, Boczov, Maurice Fingercwajg, Jonas Geduldig (called "Martiniuk"), Thomas Elek and a sixth resistance fighter, all from the MOI, left on a mission to stop ...
Starrcade (1998) - Aftermath
... Goldberg's match at Starrcade ended his undefeated streak ... Goldberg was arrested, however, when he was falsely accused of stalking Elizabeth ... his run for President of the United States, and offered to face Nash in place of Goldberg ...
Andrew Goldberg (director)
... Andrew Goldberg (born June 26, 1968) is a producer and director and is the founder and owner of Two Cats Productions in New York City ... An Emmy Award winner, Goldberg's credits include producing/directing documentaries and news and long-form programming for PBS, ABC News, MSNBC and many others ...

Famous quotes containing the word goldberg:

    The English are probably the most tolerant, least religious people on earth.
    —David Goldberg (b. 1939)

    Diplomacy is to do and say
    The nastiest things in the nicest way.
    —Isaac Goldberg (1887–1938)