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The Maniac


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The Maniac a.k.a. Jos LeDuc: Michel Pigeon was a Canadian professional wrestler better known by his ring name, Jos LeDuc. Wrestling with a lumberjack gimmick, he debuted in Stampede Wrestling with his kayfabe brother, Paul LeDuc. The pair later won several titles in Montreal, where they feuded with the Rougeau wrestling family, and Florida, where they held the NWA Florida Tag Team Championship. After an injury ended Paul's career, LeDuc competed as a singles wrestler and involved in a heated feud with Dusty Rhodes. LeDuc then moved to Tennessee, where he had a rivalry with Jerry Lawler over the NWA Mid-America Southern Tag Team Championship.


The Maniac is a fictional character from the 2010 film Psychosis.


"The Maniac": Maniac is a British psychological thriller, which was directed by Michael Carreras and stars Kerwin Mathews, Nadia Gray and Donald Houston.

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Google previewThe Pocket Idiot's Guide to Poker Bets & Bluffs (2007)

by David Apostolico

The maniac is a loose, aggressive player who likes a lot of action.

Google previewLectures on dramatic literature

by S. Girardin

The maniac is an unfortunate one whom we send back to the madhouse, after the first glance of surprise and curiosity. Let us not forget that the passions when they become exaggerated bear a strong resemblance to each other, and that they ...

Google previewA Handy-book of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology (1877)

by William Bathurst Woodman, Charles Meymott Tidy

The maniac is a Proteus, who, assuming all forms, escapes the observation of the most practised and watchful eye.” Puerperal mania has presented many peculiar features. There are several distinct forms, such as maniacal, melancholic, ...

Google previewThe Palgrave Literary Dictionary of Shelley (2013)

by M. Garrett

The Maniac,overheard by the visitors, speaks, sometimes disconnectedly, ofhis sufferings as a result ofan unsuccessful loverelationship. When Julianreturns to * Venice many years later Maddalo isaway travelling. The daughter tellshim thatthe ...

Google previewThe Oxford Dictionary of Plays (2015)

by Michael Patterson

Left alone, the Maniac receives a phone call from Inspector Pissani who has just heard that an ...

Google previewThe encyclopaedia of death and life in the spirit-world (1906)

Opinions and experiences from eminent sources by John Reynolds Francis

The maniac will frequently fall asleep when the sweet melody of a hymn sounds forth. Toads, and sometimes rats and mice, will appear to be charmed by its magic influence. An officer once confined in a bastile, found himself surrounded by ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Gothic Literature (2009)

by Mary Ellen Snodgrass

Hoffmann The Maid of the Hamlet, Regina Roche The Maniac of the Desert, William Child Green “The Man in the Bell,” William ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis; or an universal dictionary of arts, sciences, and literature ... (1812)

by John Wilkes (of Milland House, Sussex.)

Convinced of the in utility of resistance, and impressed with a degree of timidity, the maniac thus surrounded will often surrender without further opposition or reluctance. An instrument of offence will, however, sometimes arm him with ...

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Have you ever noticed? Anybody going slower than you is an idiot, and anyone going faster than you is a maniac. (Ronnie Corbett)
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