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Violin (disambiguation)

Bass violin, various bass instruments of the violin family Tenor violin, instrument with a range between a cello and a viola Stroh violin, violin that uses metal resonators or metal horns to amplify sounds Kit violin, small violin designed to fit ...

The Fan

The Fan, a villain from anime Triangle Heart The Fan rugby league, a Fox League show The Fan, 2018 South Korean TV variety, SBS The Fan 1996 film, starring Robert De Niro and Wesley Snipes, and directed by Tony Scott La Fan, Mexican telenovela 20 ...

Desert Gold

Desert Gold may refer to: Desert Gold 1919 film, an Australian film about the racehorse and directed by Beaumont Smith Desert Gold horse, a New Zealand Thoroughbred racehorse Geraea canescens, a wildflower also known as Desert Sunflower Desert Go ...

Splendor

HMS Rosebay K286, previously known as the USS Splendor London Splendour, two tanker ships of London & Overseas Freighters, the second of which is now the Front Splendour owned by Frontline Shipping Carnival Splendor, a cruise ship

Vinegar Hill

Vinegar Hill could refer to: The Battle of Vinegar Hill, an engagement during the Irish Rebellion of 1798 fought on this hill Vinegar Hill Enniscorthy, a hill above Enniscorthy, County Wexford, Ireland Vinegar Hill film, a 2005 TV movie based on ...

Big River

Big River, New Zealand, abandoned mining town on the West Coast Big River, California, United States Mendocino, California, formerly Big River Big River, New Brunswick, Canada Big River, Saskatchewan, Canada

Picture Perfect

Picture Perfect 1997 film, a romantic comedy starring Jennifer Aniston and Jay Mohr Picture Perfect 1995 film, a comedy starring Dave Thomas and Mary Page Keller Picture Perfect 2016 film, a Nigerian romantic drama film "Picture Perfect!" The Rac ...

Operation Grand Slam (disambiguation)

Operation Grand Slam was a military operational plan used by the Pakistan Army during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1965. Operation Grand Slam may also refer to: A fictional scheme featured in Goldfinger film, a 1964 James Bond film based on the Ian ...

69

69 film, a 2004 film based on the Murakami novel 69 novel, a novel by Ryu Murakami

Pantaleon (disambiguation)

Pantaleon was an early 2nd century BC Greco-Bactrian king. Pantaleon may also refer to: Pantaleon of Pydna 4th century BC, Macedonian officer under Alexander the Great Saint Pantaleon died 303, Christian martyr Pantaleon y las visitadoras, is a f ...

Starstruck

Starstruck, a 1981 ABC Afterschool Special StarStruck Philippine TV series, a reality talent competition show "Star Struck" Law & Order, an episode of Law & Order StarStruck 2000 TV series, an Australian talent show StarStruck 2005 TV series, an ...

Station Eleven (miniseries)

Danielle Deadwyler as Miranda Carroll Matilda Lawler as Young Kirsten Gael Garcia Bernal as Arthur

Past Tense (disambiguation)

The past tense is a verb tense expressing action, activity, state or being in the past. Past Tense may also refer to: Past Tense 2006 film, a mystery starring Paula Trickey Past Tense novel, a novel by Lee Child "Past Tense" Star Trek: Deep Space ...

Territory (disambiguation)

A territory is a subdivision of a country having a legal status different from other regions of that country. Territory may also refer to: Sales territory Box office territory Territoriality nonverbal communication, how people use space to commun ...

Pureza

Pureza station a station on the Manila Light Rail Transit System Line 2 Line 2 Pureza Street a short street located in Santa Mesa district in Manila, Philippines Pureza, Rio Grande do Norte a municipality in the state of Rio Grande do Norte in th ...

Reenactment

Consolidation bill, a bill that consolidates several Acts of Parliament into a single Act in the United Kingdom Repeal with reenactment, where a law is replaced with one more suitable

Chasing Rainbows

"Chasing Rainbows", song by Stanley Huang from Atheist Like Me "Chasing Rainbows", song by Way Out West from Dont Look Now "Chasing Rainbows", 2013, by Gaute Ormåsen, number-one song in Norway "Chasing Rainbows", 2011, by Jay Mya "Chasing Rainbow ...

Bitter Fruit (disambiguation)

Bitter Fruit, The Story of the American Coup in Guatemala Stephen Schlesinger 1982 Bitter Fruit, collection of stories by Saadat Hasan Manto Bitter Fruit poem, 1937 poem by Abel Meeropol in The New York Teacher, base of the Billie Holiday song "S ...

Poppie Nongena

Poppie Nongena is a 2020 South African biographical drama film written and directed by award-winning director Christiaan Olwagen. The film is based on an autobiographical novel Die swerfjare van Poppie Nongena by Elsa Joubert which is also consid ...

Whisper (disambiguation)

"Whisper", a season 3 episode of Smallville "Whispers" Stargate Atlantis, a 2008 episode of the television series "Whispers" Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, a 1994 episode of the television series "Whisper", a season 3 episode of Night Gallery

Hoppy

Hoppy The Flintstones, on the television series The Flintstones Flying Officer Hoppy Hopkinson, in the movie 633 Squadron Hoppy the Marvel Bunny, a comic book character based on Captain Marvel Hoppy, in the 1994 video game ClayFighter 2: Judgment ...

Grass roots (disambiguation)

Grass Roots film, an upcoming claymation film based on the Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers comic Grass Roots TV series, an Australian television series that ran from 2000 and 2003 Grassroots film, a 2012 film Grassroots TV Series, a South African t ...

The Host

The Host novel, Stephenie Meyers 2008 science fiction/romance novel "The Host" 1986, Sheldon Jafferys short story The Host 1991, Peter Emshwillers Nebula Award–nominated science fiction novel

Scarlet Letter (disambiguation)

The Scarlet Letter is an 1850 novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne. Scarlet Letter or Scarlet Letters may also refer to:

Uninvited

The Uninvited band, a band from Los Angeles "Uninvited" song, a song written, recorded and popularized by Alanis Morissette, later covered by Freemasons and Bailey Tzuke

In Love and War

In Love and War 1958 film, a film based on a novel by Anton Myrer "In Love and War", the eighth episode of the sixth season of M*A*S*H In Love and War 2011 film, a South Korean film In Love and War 2001 film, a Hallmark Hall of Fame made-for-tele ...

Address Unknown

Address Unknown may refer to: Address Unknown 1997 film, an American film starring Kyle Howard Address Unknown 2001 film, a South Korean film directed by Kim Ki-duk "Address Unknown song", a 1939 No.1 hit song by The Ink Spots Address Unknown, a ...

Asphalt (disambiguation)

Asphalt is a sticky, black and highly viscous liquid or semi-solid that is present in most crude petroleums. Asphalt may also refer to: Asphalt concrete or asphalt, a composite of the petroleum material with minerals, often used for surfacing Asp ...

Howling

Howling may refer to: Similar vocalizations of dogs Similar vocalizations of coyotes Vocalizations of wolves Similar vocalizations of foxes The Howling film, the original 1981 film loosely based on the novel The Howling, the original 1977 horror ...

Valmont

Valmont, Colorado, an area northeast of central Boulder, Colorado, USA Valmont, Seine-Maritime, a commune in the Seine-Maritime department, France Valmont river, a river in France that runs from Valmont, Seine-Maritime to the English channel Valm ...

Orca (disambiguation)

Orca Bay Alaska, a bay near the town of Cordova Orca gas field, a North Sea gas field Orcas Island Airport, the correspondent airport of the island Orcas Village, Washington sometimes just called Orcas, a community on the island Orca Inlet, serve ...

Perfect Match

Perfect Match may refer to: Perfect Match novel, a 2002 novel by Jodi Picoult Perfect Match Australian game show Perfect Match U.S. game show, a game show where married couples tried to answer their spouses questions to win money Perfect Match 19 ...

The Legend of the Condor Heroes (disambiguation)

The Legend of the Condor Heroes may refer to: The Brave Archer 2, a 1978 Hong Kong film The Brave Archer, a 1977 Hong Kong film The Eagle Shooting Heroes, a 1993 Hong Kong film The Brave Archer 3, a 1981 Hong Kong film Films adapted from the nove ...

August (disambiguation)

August is the eighth month of the year in the Gregorian Calendar and one of seven Gregorian months with the length of 31 days. August may also refer to:

Dark World

Dark World may refer to: The Dark World, a 1946 fantasy novel attributed to Henry Kuttner Dark World EP, a 2012 EP by Pity Sex Dark World 1935 film, a British film Dark World game, 1992 fantasy board game based on the Dark Eye system Dark World i ...

Pais Portatil

Pais Portatil is a Venezuelan film screened in 1979 and directed by Ivan Feo and Antonio Llerandi based on the novel of Adriano Gonzalez Leon. The film is part of UNESCOs Memory of the World Programme National Cinematic Heritage.

Flight into Danger (Australian TV play)

Flight into Danger is a 1966 Australian TV play. It was based on a TV play by Arthur Hailey which had been filmed as the movie Zero Hour!. Australian TV drama was relatively rare at the time.

Mary Tudor

Mary Tudor may refer to: Mary Tudor 1920 film, a German silent historical film Marie Tudor, an 1833 play by the French playwright, Victor Hugo, which was based on Mary I of England Maria Tudor, an 1879 opera by the Brazilian composer Antonio Carl ...

My Mom Is a Character 3

My Mom Is a Character 3 is a 2019 Brazilian comedy film written and starred by Paulo Gustavo, based on his play of the same name. Produced by Migdal Filmes, Globo Filmes, Universal Pictures and Paramount Pictures and distributed by Downtown Filme ...

Pure

Pure Storage, a company that makes datacenter storage solutions Pure CRIS, a research information system bought by Elsevier. A pure function Pure programming language, functional programming language based on term rewriting Pure Software, a compa ...

Bus stop (disambiguation)

Bus Stop 2000 TV series, a 2000 Japanese series starring Naoko Iijima Bus Stop TV series, a 1961-62 television series

Cyrano de Bergerac (disambiguation)

Cyrano de Bergerac was a French dramatist. Cyrano de Bergerac play, an 1897 play based upon de Bergeracs life by Edmond Rostand Cyrano de Bergerac film, a list of film adaptations of the play and also derivative film versions

The Lantern (1925 film)

The Lantern is a 1925 Czech film directed by Karel Lamac and starring Theodor Pistek and Anny Ondra. It is based on a play by Alois Jirasek. Lamac made a remake with the same name in 1938.

Leaving

Leaving play, a 2007 play by Vaclav Havel Leaving TV series, a 2012 UK series featuring Linzey Cocker Leaving 1997 film, a Japanese film starring Kotomi Kyono Leaving 2009 film, a French film by Catherine Corsini Leaving 2011 film, a Czech film d ...

Enchanted

Enchanted video game, a 2007 Nintendo DS game based on the film Enchanted: Once Upon Andalasia, a 2007 GBA game, prequel to the film. Enchanted film, a 2007 Disney film Okouzlena, a 1942 Czech film, translated as Enchanted Enchanted, a 1998 film ...

Flow (2014 film)

Flow also known in Danish as Ækte vare is a 2014 film by Danish film director Fenar Ahmad based on a screenplay by Anders Olholm.Already known for his short films, this is Fenar Ahmads debut long film feature.

Midnight Lace (1981 film)

Midnight Lace is a 1981 American made-for-television thriller film directed by Ivan Nagy. The film, which stars Mary Crosby, is a loose remake of the 1960 film with the same name, which in turn is based on the play Matilda Shouted Fire by Janet G ...

A Clockwork Orange

A Clockwork Orange may refer to: A Clockwork Orange: Wendy Carloss Complete Original Score, a 1972 album by Wendy Carlos featuring music composed for the film A Clockwork Orange film, a 1971 film directed by Stanley Kubrick based on the novel A C ...

The Battle of Sinai (film)

The Battle of Sinai or Five Days in Sinai is an Italian produced film released in Italy and Israel in 1968 under the title of "La Battaglia Del Sinai" and released in an English-dubbed version in 1969. It was directed by Maurizio Lucidi. It stars ...

Miracle Man (disambiguation)

The Miracle Man 1932 film, a 1932 remake of the 1919 film, featuring Boris Karloff The Miracle Man 1919 film, a 1919 lost film, featuring Lon Chaney Znachor 1937 film, The Miracle Man, a 1937 Polish drama film