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Later they will wonder whether he was "really a man of the people or simply a good-time Charlie."
Favre once played the role of good-time Charlie to the hilt.
Up in Boston with Mom and good-time Charlie?
'Four Horsemen to throw,' said some drunken good-time Charlie who had no idea of the gravity of the situation.
It was not a very convincing story - anyone who looks at Adams's portrait will instantly perceive that this was no good-time Charlie.
Good-Time Charlie's back in town again...
"Kornak was your classic good-time Charlie," Mrs. Steubing said.
Yet even as she lives up to the stereotype of the difficult artist, Mitchell is "a good-time Charlie," as she puts it, in her private life.
Boito's Devil, at any rate, is more salesman than dark genius; his Faust more good-time Charlie than tortured intellectual.
Like his father, who had been called Neon Leon because of a tendency to party when he should have been training, Calvin was something of a good-time Charlie.
And so, not knowing how else to classify Fred Klein, she lumped the pale, long- nosed spy chief in with the rest of the "good-time Charlie" time-wasters.
Mr. Butler's first incarnation is, significantly, as a straight man, an earthy, good-time Charlie in a middle-class disco who is confronted with a long-time friend's declaration of homosexuality.
Larry J. Sabato, a professor of government at the University of Virginia who chronicled the transformation of governors from political hacks to professional managers in a 1978 book, "Goodbye to Good-Time Charlie," said: "Governors are can-do executives.
Larry Sabato, a professor of political science at the University of Virginia, whose 1980 book, "Goodbye to Good-Time Charlie," was a study of governors who lost re-election bids, said Mr. Florio was largely a product of his times.
In this respect, the author quotes a pungent comment about the legacy of Mr. Reagan and Reaganomics by Walt Rostow, a special assistant to President Lyndon B. Johnson and a history professor at the University of Texas: "He's been a good-time Charlie.