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Thin Man

Thin Man may refer to: After the Thin Man 1936 The Thin Man Goes Home 1945 Shadow of the Thin Man 1941 Song of the Thin Man 1947 The Thin Man, a 1933 mystery novel by Dashiell Hammett Another Thin Man 1939 The Thin Man film 1934, based on the nov ...

Deadhead (disambiguation)

"Deadhead", a song by The Devin Townsend Band on the album Accelerated Evolution Dead Head, a Dutch Thrash Metal band "Deadhead", a song by the Stereophonics Deadhead, an American rock band side project featuring Jeremy Bolm

When the Bough Breaks

"When the bough breaks the cradle will fall", a line from the nursery rhyme "Rock-a-bye Baby" When the Bough Breaks Duncan novel, a 1973 novel by Lois Duncan When the Bough Breaks, a 1993 novel by Mercedes Lackey and Holly Lisle When the Bough Br ...

Flesh and Blood

Flesh & Blood, a 1994 novel by Graham Masterton Flesh and Blood, a historical survey by Scottish author Reay Tannahill Flesh and Blood Kellerman novel, a 2001 novel by American author Jonathan Kellerman Flesh and Blood, a novel by Michael Cunning ...

Survival of the fittest (disambiguation)

Survival of the Fittest, a book by Mike Stroud, 1998 Survival of the Fittest, a book in The Hardy Boys Casefile Series, 1997 Survival of the Fittest novel, by Jonathan Kellerman, 1997

Over the Edge

WWF Over the Edge, a professional wrestling pay-per-view event series Over the Edge 1999, a professional wrestling pay-per-view event "Over the Edge" The New Batman Adventures, an episode of The New Batman Adventures Over the Edge film, a 1979 dr ...

Opening Night

Opening Night 2016 film Opening Night 2013 film, horror short film starring Tuesday Knight Opening Night 1977 film, a 1977 drama film written and directed by John Cassavetes

Scales of Justice

Scales of Justice may refer to: The Scales of Justice, a series of 13 cinema shorts produced in the UK between 1962 and 1967, later shown as a TV series Scales of Justice novel, a novel by New Zealand writer Ngaio Marsh featuring her character In ...

Photo Finish

A photo finish is a photo or video taken at the finish line of a sporting race when multiple competitors cross the finishing line at nearly the same time. Photo finish may also refer to: Photo-Finish, the seventh studio album by Irish musician Ro ...

When in Rome

BBC Sunday Night Theatre: When in Rome, a 1959 UK television comedy featuring Judy Campbell When in Rome 1952 film, a film starring Van Johnson and Paul Douglas When in Rome 2010 film, a comedy film starring Kristen Bell and Josh Duhamel When in ...

Deadbeat

Deadbeat may refer to: Anchor escapement, a type of escapement in clocks, a variation of which is called "deadbeat escapement" Dead Beat, a 1992 novel by Val McDermid Deadbeats, a 1977 film, starring Chris Mulkey Dead Beat The Dresden Files, a 20 ...

Vanishing point (disambiguation)

A vanishing point is a point in a perspective drawing onto which parallel lines appear to converge. Vanishing point or Vanishing Point may also refer to:

Jen Williams

Jennifer Williams lives in southeast London where she works as a bookseller and copywriter. Williams and Den Patrick began a monthly social group for fantasy fans called the Super Relaxed Fantasy Club. Her first three books were nominated for Bri ...

Kiss Me Deadly (disambiguation)

"Kiss Me Deadly", a song by Generation X from the 1978 album Generation X Kiss Me Deadly, a moniker used by Lita Ford and her band in 2008 Kiss Me Deadly album, a 1981 album by Generation X "Kiss Me Deadly" song, a 1988 song by Lita Ford Kiss Me ...

Vengeance Is Mine

Vengeance Is Mine, a 1978 film also known as Death Force "Vengeance Is Mine" Outlander, a 2016 episode of Outlander Vengeance Is Mine 2019 film, a 2019 Chinese film directed by Xu Chao Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance literal translation of original Ko ...

Maelstrom (disambiguation)

Maelstrom, a gyro swing ride at Drayton Manor Theme Park, Staffordshire, UK Maelstrom, a spinning flat thrill ride at Moreys Piers in Wildwood, New Jersey Maelstrom ride, a former log flume dark ride attraction in the Epcot theme park at Walt Dis ...

No Way Out

"No Way Out", an episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation "No Way Out" Porridge, an episode of Porridge "No Way Out" The Walking Dead, an episode of The Walking Dead No Way Out, a film starring Keiran Lee No Way Out 1987 film, a film starring Ke ...

Long Way Home

The Long Way Home, a novel by Poul Anderson The Long Way Home, a novel by Isabella Macdonald Alden Long Way Home, a novel by Michael Morpurgo The Long Way Home novel, a 1982 novel by Lisa St Aubin de Teran The Long Way Home Buffy comic, a Buffy t ...

Phaeton

Several figures with astral associations: Phaethon play, a lost play by Euripides Phaethon son of Eos, guardian of the temples of Aphrodite Phaethon horse, one of the horses of Eos Phaethon, son of Helios, personification of the planet now known ...

Flamesong

Flamesong is a 1985 science-fantasy novel written by M. A. R. Barker and published by DAW Books. It is the second novel to take place on the fictional planet of Tekumel, also featured in Barkers role-playing game Empire of the Petal Throne. The p ...

Mysterium

Mysterium may refer to: Mysterium video game, a video game published in 1991 Mysterium Scriabin, an unfinished work by the Russian composer Alexander Scriabin Mysterium Manilla Road album, 2013 Mysterium novel, an alternate history novel by Rober ...

Abra-Cadaver

Abra Cadaver novel, a 1999 crime novel by the American writer James N. Tucker Abra Cadaver, a supporting character from The Wizard of Id comic strip Abracadaver, a 1972 Sergeant Cribb novel by Peter Lovesey

Bergerac

Bergerac or de Bergerac may refer to: Gare de Bergerac, the towns railway station Bergerac, Dordogne, a town in France Bergerac Perigord FC, the towns football team Bergerac wine, a French wine appellation Arrondissement of Bergerac, the administ ...

Uncle Albert (disambiguation)

Uncle Albert is the fictional character in the Only Fools and Horses television series. Uncle Albert may also refer to: Uncle Albert, fictional character in the Car Wars game Albert Tatlock, fictional character on the Coronation Street television ...

Justice Hall (disambiguation)

Justice Hall is the sixth book in the Mary Russell series by Laurie R. King. Justice Hall may also refer to: John Hall judge, an Associate Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court Benoni Hall, an Associate Justice of the Rhode Island Supreme C ...

Tattoo (disambiguation)

"Tattoo" short story, a 1996 short story by Matthew Condon "Tattoo" poem, a poem from Wallace Stevens first book of poetry, Harmonium Tattoo comics, fictional mutant character in the Marvel Comics Universe

P.S. I Love You

P.S. I Love You, a devotional book by H. Jackson Brown, Jr. PS, I Love You novel, a 2004 novel by Cecelia Ahern P.S. I Love You: An Intimate Portrait of Peter Sellers, a biography by Michael Sellers

Byoinzaka no Kubikukuri no Ie

Byoinzaka no Kubikukuri no Ie also known as The House of Hanging on Hospital Slope is a 1979 Japanese film, directed by Kon Ichikawa. It is based on Seishi Yokomizos novel of the same title. It is a 5th in Kon Ichikawa and Koji Ishizaka`s Kindaic ...

Momiji (disambiguation)

Momiji is the Japanese name for Acer palmatum, the Japanese maple tree. Momiji may also refer to: Momijigari, leaf viewing "Momiji", a traditional Japanese song by Teiichi Okano Momiji Ninja Gaiden, a character in the Ninja Gaiden games Momiji So ...

Trickster (disambiguation)

In mythology and folklore, a trickster is a god, goddess, spirit, human hero or anthropomorphic animal who plays pranks or otherwise disobeys normal rules and conventional behaviour. Trickster may also refer to:

Pledge

The Pledge New Hampshire, a promise about taxes by New Hampshire politicians A commitment to abstain from alcohol, popularized by Father Mathew Another word for a promise

Rubber band (disambiguation)

A rubber band is a length of rubber and latex formed in a loop. Rubber band or rubberband may also refer to: Rubber Band TV series, a Pakistani television series Bootsys Rubber Band, a P-Funk spinoff group formed in 1976 and led by Bootsy Collins ...

Supermax (disambiguation)

Supermax is a type of high-security prison or prison unit. Supermax may also refer to Supermax TV series, a Brazilian television series Supermax contract, the popular name of a contract that can be offered to certain elite NBA players ADX Florenc ...

Pocahontas (disambiguation)

Pocahontas soundtrack Pocahontas 1994 film, a Japanese animated film by Toshiyuki Hiruma Takashi Pocahontas franchise Pocahontas character Pocahontas 1995 film, a Disney film Pocahontas 1910 film, a silent film Pocahontas: The Legend, a 1995 Cana ...

Panama (disambiguation)

Panama, Iowa Panama, Nebraska Panama City, Florida Panama, Indiana Panama, New York Panama, California Panama City Beach, Florida Panama, Illinois Panama, California, alternate name of Rio Bravo former settlement, California Panama, Oklahoma Pana ...

Daydream (disambiguation)

"Daydream", a song by Avril Lavigne, a non-album track from Under My Skin "Daydream", a song by Journey from Evolution "Day Dream", a 1941 jazz standard composed by Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn with lyrics by John Latouche "Daydream", a son ...

Manche (disambiguation)

Manche is a French department in Lower Normandy. Manche or La Manche may also refer to: La Manche, Newfoundland and Labrador, a former community in Canada Neck music, part of musical instruments, particularly used in French music English Channel ...

Deal or No Deal (disambiguation)

Deal or No Deal is the name of several closely related television game shows, including: Deal or No Deal Tunisia Deal or No Deal Netherlands Deal or No Deal Poland Deal or No Deal Maltese Game Show Kapamilya, Deal or No Deal, Philippine version D ...

Fargo

Fargo usually refers to: Fargo, North Dakota, United States Fargo film, by Joel and Ethan Coen Fargo TV series, based on the film Fargo may also refer to:

The Doon School Quintet

The Doon School Quintet is a five-part ethnographic film series made by the American visual anthropologist and documentary filmmaker David MacDougall, between 1997 and 1998, at The Doon School, an all-boys boarding school in India. For nine month ...

Dougie On The Beat

Douglas Kieshawn Sheref Whitehead, known professionally as Dougie or Dougie On The Beat, is a music producer born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Signed to Meek Mill’s Dream Chasers imprint, Dougie has produced some of Meek’s biggest si ...

List of The Casagrandes characters

The Casagrandes are a Mexican American family of characters who are the extended family of the Santiagos. While the Casagrandes appear in multiple episodes of The Loud House, they later gained their own spin-off show. It is revealed in both shows ...

Samson and Delilah

"Samson and Delilah", a song by Middle of the Road "Samson and Delilah", a song by Thomas Dolby Samson & Delilah album, released in 2013 by V Brown Samson and Delilah opera, an opera by Camille Saint-Saens "Samson and Delilah" song, a song most f ...

Heavy metal

Heavy metal may refer to: Heavy metals, a loose category of relatively dense metals and metalloids Toxic heavy metal, any heavy metal chemical element of environmental concern Heavy metal genres Heavy metal music Heavy Metal magazine, an American ...

Isaac Kappy

Isaac Kappy was an American actor and musician known for his roles in the films Thor and Terminator Salvation and in the AMC television series Breaking Bad. He was a member of the band Monster Paws.

Dungeons & Dragons (disambiguation)

Dungeons & Dragons is a fantasy role-playing game. Dungeons & Dragons may also refer to: Dungeons & Dragons album, an album by Midnight Syndicate "Dungeons & Dragons" Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, an episode of Terminator: The Sarah Co ...

Rick Johnson

Rick Johnson may refer to: Ricky Johnson born 1964, American motocross, NASCAR and off-road racer Rick Johnson Michigan politician, served as Speaker of the Michigan House of Representatives 2001–2004 Rick Johnson musician born 1980, American mus ...

Springwood

Springwood may refer to different locations: In the United States Springwood Estate at the Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site In Australia Springwood, New South Wales, a suburb in the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney, Australia El ...

Night Killer

Night Killer is a 1990 Italian horror film directed by Claudio Fragasso. On its release in Italy, it was promoted as being part of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. The film is not part of the series and bears little content from the previously releas ...

List of box office top ten horror films in the United States

This article has all of the horror films rated from #1 to #10 for the weekend box office from c. 1982 to the present-day, while older films are mostly taken from Variety s top 50 weekly grossing films charts, that ran from 1969 up to 1990, and co ...