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Cops and Robbers

Can you name these notorious gangsters --- and the cops on the other side of the law --- from both fiction and real life? Fuggedaboudit!
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Last updated: April 13, 2012
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The Robbers
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Pursued by the Untouchables
Al Capone
Founder of modern Las Vegas
Bugsy Siegel
Notorious crime matriarch
Ma Barker
The "Dapper Don"
John Gotti
Sonny, Fredo, Michael, & Connie's dad
Vito Corleone
The FBI's first "Public enemy #1"
John Dillinger
"Goodfellas"
Henry Hill
"Casino" manager and oddsmaker
Sam Rothstein
TV mafioso --- and family man
Tony Soprano
Male/female bank robbers
Bonnie and Clyde
Sheriff Pat Garrett's nemesis
Billy the Kid
Missouri-based train robber
Jesse James
Hole-in-the-wall gang leader
Butch Cassidy
Cuban "Scarface"
Tony Montana
The Cops
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Represented the law in Tombstone
Wyatt Earp
LAPD badge number 714
Sgt. Joe Friday
Pursuer of the Barrow gang
Frank Hamer
Director of the FBI, 1935-1972
J. Edgar Hoover
"Who loves ya, baby?"
Lt. Theo Kojak
Leader of the Untouchables
Eliot Ness
Broke the French Connection
"Popeye" Doyle
Western marshal with "true grit"
Rooster Cogburn
Attorney General under Bill Clinton
Janet Reno
"Gunsmoke" marshal
Matt Dillon
Real-life sheriff of "Walking Tall"
Buford Pusser
San Francisco "dirty" detective
Harry Callahan
FBI agent who infiltrated the mob
Donnie Brasco
Polite, raincoat-clad detective
Lt. Columbo
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level 26
Apr 14, 2012
Very nice. I like the good guy, bad guy columns.
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level 43
Aug 5, 2013
Another good quiz. 20 out of 28 not too bad.