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Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (disambiguation)

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is a 2000 Chinese-language film, based on the novel by Wang Dulu. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon can also refer to: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon video game, a 2003 video game by Ubisoft based on the film Crouching ...

                                               

Double tap (disambiguation)

A double tap is a shooting technique where shots are fired in rapid succession. Double tap may also refer to: In arts and entertainment: "Double Tap" Ministry song, a 2012 song by industrial metal band Ministry Zombieland: Double Tap, 2019 film s ...

                                               

Bachelor party (disambiguation)

A bachelor party is a party held for a man who is about to be married. Bachelor party may also refer to: The Bachelor Party, a 1957 film Bachelor Party 2: The Last Temptation, a 2008 American comedy film, sequel to the 1984 film Bachelor Party 20 ...

                                               

Waru

Waru may refer to: Waru, a character in Vonda N. McIntyres Star Wars novel The Crystal Star Waru manga, a manga by Jun Fukami Waru 2006 film, a 2006 film directed by Takashi Miike Waru warn, a native South American agricultural method Waru 2017 f ...

                                               

Two Hearts

"Two Hearts" Cliff Richard song "Two Hearts", a song from Infinite Summer by NZCA Lines "Two Hearts", a song from Easy Tiger by Ryan Adams "Two Hearts" Phil Collins song "Two Hearts", a song from Mango Groove by Mango Groove "2 Hearts" Toto song ...

                                               

Stray cats

Stray cats, Stray Cats and stray cat may refer to: Stray Cats album, a 1981 album by the eponymous band Stray cat, a homeless or wandering cat similar to, and yet distinct from, a feral cat Stray Cats, an American rockabilly band formed in 1979 S ...

                                               

Midnight Run (disambiguation)

"Midnight Run", a 1964 song by The Super Stocks from Surf Route 101 "Midnight Run", a 2012 song performed by Willie Nelson on the soundtrack for the film Lawless "Midnight Run", a 2016 song by Pia from the soundtrack for Lets Fight Ghost "Midnigh ...

                                               

Something in the Air (disambiguation)

Something in the Air TV series, an Australian soap opera Something in the Air 2012 film, a French film directed by Olivier Assayas Something in the Air 2002 film, a Brazilian film directed by Helvecio Ratton

                                               

Jambu

Jambu or jumbu may refer to: Jambudvipa, the terrestrial world in some eastern cosmologies Jambu fruit dove, a species of fruit dove bird Jambu, jambu air or jambu bol, a local term for Syzygium fruit Jambul or jambu tree Jambu or jambu batu, a l ...

                                               

Leading Lady Parts

Leading Lady Parts is a 2018 short film directed by Jessica Swale. Inspired by the Times Up movement, the film stars several A-list actresses auditioning for a leading lady role, offering a critique of the casting process. It premiered on BBC Fou ...

                                               

Allure

Allure magazine Buick Allure, the Canadian-market name for the Buick LaCrosse MS Allure of the Seas, a cruise ship owned by Royal Caribbean International Allure Las Vegas, a condominium project

                                               

Every Man for Himself

Every Man for Himself may refer to: "Every Man for Himself", a song by Big Black Every Man for Himself novel, a novel by Beryl Bainbridge The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser, 1974 German film; German title translates as "Every Man for Himself and God Aga ...

                                               

Sea nymph

Sea nymph may refer to: Amphibolis also "sea nymph", a genus of plants in the family Cymodoceaceae Sea Nymph, a 50-foot sailboat abandoned in the Pacific after its crew was rescued by the US Navy HMS Sea Nymph P223, an S-class submarine of the th ...

                                               

Perfect Man

A Perfect Man 2015 film, a French film directed by Yann Gozlan The Perfect Man 2005 film, an American film directed by Mark Rosman The Perfect Man, a 2011 film featuring Elise Neal A Perfect Man 2013 film, an American film directed by Kees Van Oo ...

                                               

Karthik Dial Seytha Yenn

Karthik Dial Seytha Yenn is a 2020 Indian Tamil-language short film written and directed by Gautham Menon. A sequel to his Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa, it stars Silambarasan and Trisha reprising their roles from that film. The film was released on 2 ...

                                               

Ekulti Ek

Kishori Shahane as Madhura Siddharth Menon Nirmiti Sawant Sachin Pilgaonkar as Arun Deshpande Supriya Pilgaonkar as Nandini Deshpande Ashok Saraf as Mehta Shriya Pilgaonkar as Swara

                                               

Joshua Tree (disambiguation)

Roy Williams Airport or Joshua Tree Airport Joshua Tree, California, a census-designated place in San Bernardino County, California, United States Joshua Tree Forest, a landmark on the Mojave Road Joshua Tree National Park, in California Joshua T ...

                                               

Caterpillar (disambiguation)

"Caterpillars", an episode of the television series Teletubbies Caterpillar ride, an amusement ride Caterpillar Alices Adventures in Wonderland, a character in the book by Lewis Carroll

                                               

Cymbeline (disambiguation)

Cymbaline, an off-stage character referenced by one of the four bridge-playing characters in Samuel Barbers short 9-minute opera A Hand of Bridge "Cymbeline", a composition by Alexander von Zemlinsky to accompany the Shakespeare play "Cymbeline", ...

                                               

Iguana (disambiguation)

Iguana is a genus of herbivorous lizards. Iguana may also refer to: Iguana film, a 1988 film directed by Monte Hellman The Iguanas Louisiana band, a rock band from New Orleans, Louisiana Iguana Entertainment, a defunct US video game developer. RG ...

                                               

Spanish Eyes

Spanish Eyes may refer to: "Spanish Eyes", a song by Ricky Martin on his 1999 self-titled album Spanish Eyes film, a 1930 British film directed by G. B. Samuelson "Spanish Eyes" Madonna song from the album Like a Prayer "Spanish Eyes" U2 song fro ...

                                               

Uncle Toms Cabin (disambiguation)

Uncle Toms Cabin 1918 film, an American silent drama film Uncle Toms Cabin 1987 film, a television film featuring Avery Brooks Uncle Toms Cabin 1927 film, a silent film by Harry A. Pollard Uncle Toms Cabin 1910 film, an American silent short dram ...

                                               

The Flat

"The Flat", a nickname for South Dunedin, New Zealand The Flat, Gloucestershire, in southwest England The Flats, Cleveland, Ohio, USA The Flat Houtman Abrolhos, a reef in Australias Houtman Abrolhos island group The Flats, Holyoke, Massachusetts ...

                                               

Wild Flowers

Wild Flowers may refer to: Wild Flowers 2015 film, a 2015 South Korean film directed by Park Suk-young Wild Flowers 1919 film, a 1919 American silent film Wild Flowers 1982 film, a 1982 Canadian film another spelling of wildflowers, flowers that ...

                                               

White oak (disambiguation)

Quercus polymorpha, Mexican white oak or Monterrey oak Quercus garryana, Oregon white oak or Garry oak Quercus alba, the species most commonly known as the white oak Quercus bicolor, swamp white oak Quercus arizonica, Arizona white oak Lagunaria ...

                                               

Zazdrosc

Zazdrosc, Gmina Stawiguda in Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship north Poland Zazdrosc, Gmina Biskupiec in Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship north Poland Zazdrosc, Szczytno County in Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship north Poland Zazdrosc, Zyrardow County in Maso ...

                                               

Satisfaction (2011 film)

The film tells about the influential businessman Alexander, who after a working day, together with his assistant Dmitry goes to a restaurant in which there are no visitors. They spend time in the company of silent waiters and numerous bottles of ...

                                               

The Courage of Silence

The Courage of Silence is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by William P.S. Earle and starring Alice Joyce, Harry T. Morey and Willie Johnson.

                                               

Charleys Aunt (disambiguation)

Charleys Aunt is a farce by Brandon Thomas. Charleys Aunt may also refer to: Films Charleys Aunt 1925 film, a silent American film Charleys Aunt 1956 film, a German film Charleys Aunt 1934 film, a German film Charleys Aunt 1915 film, a silent Ame ...

                                               

Better Watch Out (disambiguation)

"You Better Watch Out" NCIS, an episode of television series NCIS You Better Watch Out, alternative title for Christmas Evil, a 1980 psychological slasher film Silent Night, Deadly Night 3: Better Watch Out!, a 1989 American slasher film written ...

                                               

Sumuru (disambiguation)

The Slaves of Sumuru 1951 Return of Sumuru 1954 The Sins of Sumuru 1950 The Sumuru Omnibus 2011 Sumuru, a supervillainess protagonist of a radio series, Shadow of Sumuru 1946, and subsequent novels by Sax Rohmer, including

                                               

Surveillance (disambiguation)

Surveillance 1997 film, a 1997 Chinese film Surveillance 2008 film, a 2008 American thriller film directed by Jennifer Lynch Surveillance novel, a 2006 novel by Jonathan Raban Surveillance 2006 film, a 2006 film directed by Fritz Kiersch

                                               

Hours (disambiguation)

Canonical hours or liturgical hours are divisions of the day which are accompanied by prayers from the liturgy of the hours Book of Hours, a printed book or often a manuscript containing prayers for such hours e.g., the "Hours of Catherine of Cle ...

                                               

Arvind Sastry

Arvind Sastry is an Indian film writer, director and editor in the Kannada cinema. He started his career with "Kahi Bitter", an independent Kannada movie which was released in November 2016.

                                               

Last Weekend (2005 film)

The film tells two intertwining stories: the relationship of a young man and a girl, as well as the story of a group of guys who decided to destroy the body of an accidentally deceased friend.

                                               

Tug of war (disambiguation)

"Tug of War" Upstairs, Downstairs, a 1974 episode of the television series Upstairs, Downstairs Tug of War film, a film by British film director Scott Mann Tug of War, a 2007 play based on a translation of Plautus Rudens "Tug-o-War", an athletic ...

                                               

Spoils of War

Wartime sexual violence by extension Prize of war, regarded as legitimate War looting, regarded as illegitimate The Spoils of War symposium, 1995 symposium on art plundered around World War II

                                               

Our Lady of Victory (disambiguation)

Our Lady of Victory or Our Lady of Victories is one of several titles for the Blessed Virgin Mary, discussed at Our Lady of the Rosary. It also may refer to:

                                               

Ninja Wars

Ninja Wars is a 1982 Japanese jidaigeki film directed by Kōsei Saitō. It is based on Futaro Yamadas novel of the same title.

                                               

The Fourth Year of War

The film takes place in 1944. The Soviet command is preparing an offensive. A group of scouts led by Nadezhda Moroz will go to the area of the forest, which is under the protection of the Germans.

                                               

Sashka (film)

The film takes place in 1942 near Rzhev, where military operations take place. The film tells about the village couple Sashka, who leads an unequal battle with the enemy.

                                               

Oklahoma Jim

Oklahoma Jim is a 1931 American Western film directed by Harry L. Fraser and written by George Arthur Durlam and Harry L. Fraser. The film stars Bill Cody, Andy Shuford, Marion Burns, William Desmond, Franklyn Farnum and John Elliott. The film wa ...

                                               

Texas Pioneers

Texas Pioneers is a 1932 American Western film written and directed by Harry L. Fraser. The film stars Bill Cody, Andy Shuford, LeRoy Mason, Sheila Bromley, John Elliott and Harry Allen. The film was released on June 18, 1932, by Monogram Pictures.

                                               

Land of the Six Guns

Land of the Six Guns is a 1940 American Western film directed by Raymond K. Johnson and written by Carl Krusada. The film stars Jack Randall, Louise Stanley, Frank LaRue, Glenn Strange, Bud Osborne and George Chesebro. The film was released on Ma ...

                                               

Home for Christmas

Home for Christmas Susan Boyle album Home for Christmas Hall & Oates album Home for Christmas Amy Grant album Home for Christmas, a reissue of Luther Vandrosss album This Is Christmas Home for Christmas, the 2016 album by the Military Wives Home ...

                                               

One million (disambiguation)

One million is the natural number following 999.999 and preceding 1.000.001. One million may also refer to: Million, Kentucky, a community in the United States One Million Years B.C., a 1966 British film directed by Don Chaffey, remake of the 194 ...

                                               

Black Narcissus (disambiguation)

Black Narcissus is a 1947 film by Powell and Pressburger. Black Narcissus may also refer to: Black Narcissus, a 1939 novel by Rumer Godden, named after the Caron perfume, and on which the 1947 film is based Black Narcissus, 1970–1976 band of Rick ...

                                               

Gone to Earth

Gone to Earth may refer to: "Gone to Earth", a song by Goldfrapp from their single "Black Cherry" "Gone to Earth", a song by the American Analog Set from their 1996 album The Fun of Watching Fireworks Gone to Earth David Sylvian album, a 1986 sol ...

                                               

P&P

P&P may refer to: People & Planet, a UK student campaign network Pride and Prejudice disambiguation, film adaptations of the Austen novel of the same name Photochemistry and Photobiology, an academic journal Postage and packaging, mail charge ...

                                               

Journeys End (disambiguation)

Journeys End 2017 film, 2017 film adaptation The Journeys End, a 1921 film starring Mabel Ballin and George Bancroft Journeys End 1930 film, film adaptation directed by James Whale