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Independencia

Independencia, Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico Independencia Municipality disambiguation Independencia District disambiguation La Independencia, Chiapas, Mexico Independencia, Brazil, a municipality in the state of b u n d a do Sul, Brazil Independ ...

Tom Sawyer (disambiguation)

Tom Sawyer is a fictional character created by Mark Twain. Tom Sawyer may also refer to: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Twains original novel featuring the character The Adventures of Tom Sawyer disambiguation

December (disambiguation)

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

The Mysterious Island (disambiguation)

The Mysterious Island is the English title for Jules Vernes 1874 novel LIle mysterieuse. The Mysterious Island or Mysterious Island may also refer to:

Tom Lee

Tom Lee footballer, born 1991, Australian rules footballer for St Kilda Tom Lee footballer, born 1874 1874–?, Australian rules footballer for Collingwood Tom Lee baseball 1862–1886, baseball player in 1884

Tom McNamara

Tom McNamara may refer to: Tom McNamara American football 1897–1966, American football player Tom McNamara footballer, born 1990, Australian rules footballer for Melbourne Tom McNamara baseball 1895–1974, American baseball player Tom McNamara gol ...

Night Song

"Night Songs", two poems published by D. H. Lawrence in 1910 which became Hyde Park at Night and Piccadilly Circus at Night A night song, a poem by Gerald Massey Wanderers Nightsong German: Wandrers Nachtlied two poems by Goethe Night Song, poems ...

Matthew Thompson

Matthew Thompson actor, American actor Matthew Thompson writer, American-born Australian writer Matt Thompson film director born 1984, American film director, producer, screenwriter and actor Matt Thompson animator, American producer, writer, and ...

Stalin (disambiguation)

Joseph Stalin was a Bolshevik revolutionary and the second leader of the Soviet Union from the mid-1920s until his death in 1953. Stalin may also refer to: Qyteti Stalin, a city in Albania named after Stalin, now and previously Kuçove The Stalin, ...

Balloon (disambiguation)

High-altitude balloon Balloon aeronautics Research balloon Hot air balloon Solar balloon Observation balloon Gas balloon Weather balloon Tethered helium balloon Tethered balloon or moored balloon or captive balloon, a balloon that is restrained b ...

Harry Aitken

Along with his brother Roy Aitken 1882 - 1978, he helped pioneer the production and distribution of movies during the early silent film era in the United States. The Wisconsin Historical Society has a collection of his papers. The brothers grew u ...

La Cucaracha (disambiguation)

La Cucaracha may refer to: La Cucaracha 1959 film, a 1959 Mexican film Pancho Villa 1878–1923, Mexican revolutionary La cucaracha moth, a moth in the family Crambidae La Cucaracha album, a 2007 album by Ween La Cucaracha 1998 film, a 1998 America ...

John Dunbar

John Dunbar may refer to: John Dunbar artist born 1943, British artist, collector John Dunbar actor 1914–2001, British actor in the film Love Among the Ruins John Dunbar MP died 1878, British Member of Parliament for New Ross, 1874–1878 John Dunb ...

Philip Martin

Philip Martin may refer to: Phil Martin highland games born 1964, former professional strongman and highland games competitor Philip Martin pianist born 1947, Irish composer and pianist Philip Martin Neighbours, a fictional character on the Austr ...

Jack Pratt

Jack Pratt, born John Harold Pratt, was a film director and actor. He directed several films and acted in dozens more. As a director, his work included screen adaptations of novels. Known as Smiling Jack, he married actress Betty Brice. She starr ...

A Study in Scarlet (disambiguation)

A Study in Scarlet is an 1887 detective mystery novel by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, featuring the debut of Sherlock Holmes. A Study in Scarlet may also refer to: "A Study in Scarlet", a 1968 episode of the TV series Sherlock Holmes 1964-1968, starri ...

Thelma (disambiguation)

"Thelma", a song by John Lee Hooker Thelma 1918 film, an adaptation of Corellis novel Thelma 2001 film, Swiss-French-Greek film by Pierre-Alain Meier Thelma novel, 1887 novel by Marie Corelli Thelma 2017 film, a Norwegian film directed by Joachim ...

The On-the-Square Girl

The On-the-Square Girl is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by George Fitzmaurice and starring Mollie King, L. Rogers Lytton and Aimee Dalmores.

The Face on the Barroom Floor

The Face on the Barroom Floor may refer to: The Face on the Barroom Floor opera, an opera by Henry Mollicone, inspired by the painting The Face on the Bar Room Floor 1914 film, a film starring Charlie Chaplin, adapted from the poem The Face on th ...

The Canterville Ghost (disambiguation)

The Canterville Ghost is a fantasy, comedy short story by Oscar Wilde published in February 1887. The Canterville Ghost may also refer to the following adaptations: Film The Canterville Ghost 2016 film, 2016 film directed by Yann Samuell The Cant ...

Frank Shaw

Frank Shaw may refer to: Frank Shaw writer, television and film writer, see Morning in the Streets and Frisco Kid Frank H. Shaw 1882–1950, Pennsylvania civil engineer Frank L. Shaw 1887–1957, California politician and former mayor of Los Angeles ...

Odd job

Odd Job film, a 2016 film Oddjobs, a music group "Odd Jobs" The Fairly OddParents episode Oddjob comics, a comic book series Odd Jobs 1997 film, an American TV movie Odd Jobs 1986 film, an American comedy film The Odd Job, a 1978 comedy film Oddj ...

Army (disambiguation)

Armando "Army" Renta, a fictional character on The Shield, portrayed by Michael Peña Army 1996 film, a Bollywood film "Army" Ben Folds Five song, by Ben Folds Five from their 1999 album The Unauthorized Biography of Reinhold Messner Army 1944 fil ...

Arch of Triumph

Arc de Triomphe, an 1836 structure in the Place Charles de Gaulle, Paris, France Arch of Triumph Palmyra, a 3rd-century Roman ornamental archway in Syria Arch of Triumph Pyongyang, a 1982 structure in Pyongyang, North Korea Arcul de Triumf, a 193 ...

Bora disambiguation)

Bora can refer to: Kingdom of Bora – independent state until 1888 North Bora Bora-Bora commune Bora Bora, island group of French Polynesia Bora Island Bora 2011 film, a 2011 Danish film Bora Airport, airport located on the island Bora album, albu ...

Robert and Bertram

Robert and Bertram may refer to: Robert and Bertram 1928 film, a silent German film adaptation directed by Rudolf Walther-Fein Robert and Bertram 1938 film, a Polish film adaptation directed by Mieczyslaw Krawicz Robert and Bertram play, an 1856 ...

Robert Levy

I. Robert Levy, American editor, producer and director, known from If You Dont Stop It. Youll Go Blind and Can I Do It. Til I Need Glasses? Robert Levy producer 1888–1959, American film producer significant in establishing blacks as successful ac ...

Johnstown Flood (disambiguation)

The Johnstown Flood was a disaster that occurred in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, United States on May 31, 1889. Johnstown Flood may also refer to: The Johnstown Flood book, a 1968 book by David McCullough about the 1889 flood Johnstown flood of 1977, ...

Metamorphoses (disambiguation)

Metamorphoses 1978 film, a 1978 anime film produced by Sanrio Metamorphoses 1946 film, directed by Charles Dekeukeleire Metamorphoses 2014 film, directed by Christophe Honore

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthurs Court (disambiguation)

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthurs Court is an 1889 novel by the American author Mark Twain. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthurs Court may also refer to: A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthurs Court 1949 film, a 1949 musical adaptation of the no ...

Dorian Gray (disambiguation)

Dorian Gray UK singer, the stage name of English pop singer Tony Ellingham Dorian Gray actress 1936–2011, the stage name of the Italian film actress Maria Luisa Mangini Soren Mounir, a Swiss singer-songwriter also known as "Dorian Gray"

The Man from Snowy River

The Man from Snowy River may refer to: The Man from Snowy River 1920 film, a silent black & white film from 1920 The Man from Snowy River 1982 film Return to Snowy River the soundtrack for the 1988 sequel film The Man from Snowy River II "The Man ...

The Road to Mandalay

The Road to Mandalay can refer to: "Eternity/The Road to Mandalay", a 2000 song by Robbie Williams "On the Road to Mandalay" song, a 1907 musical setting by Oley Speaks of the Kipling poem The Road to Mandalay, a 1917 novel by Bithia Mary Croker ...

Vladimir Slavinsky

Vladimir Slavinsky was born Otakar Vladimir Pitrman in Dolni Stepanice, on September 26, 1890. Since his youth he acted in amateur theatres while working as a typesetter. In 1912 he wrote his first two screenplays. After the World War I he co-fou ...

The Duel

The Duel: Pakistan on the Flight Path of American Power, a 2008 book by Tariq Ali The Duel Kuprin novel, a 1905 novel by Aleksandr Kuprin "The Duel" Conrad story, 1908 short story by Joseph Conrad "The Duel" Borges story, a 1970 short story by Jo ...

King Lear (disambiguation)

King Lear is a tragedy by William Shakespeare. King Lear may also refer to: King Lear baseball or Charles Bernard Lear 1891–1976, baseball player King Lear 1998 film, a 1998 British television film starring Ian Holm King Lear 2018 film, a British ...

After the Ball

"After the Ball" Tolstoy, a short story by Leo Tolstoy written in 1903 After the Ball: Pop Music from Rag to Rock, a 1972 book by Ian Whitcomb After the Ball play, a 1997 play by David Williamson After the Ball book subtitled How America Will Con ...

The Wages of Sin

The Wages of Sin originates from the starting of the biblical verse Romans 6:23 "For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord." It may also refer to:

Rudolf Perak

Rudolf Perak was an Austrian composer of film scores who worked mainly in Germany. He wrote the scores for many documentaries during his career, including a film directed by Leni Riefenstahl.

La Vie parisienne

La Vie parisienne or Parisian Life may refer to: La Vie Parisienne magazine, French weekly magazine founded in Paris in 1863 La Vie parisienne operetta, by Jacques Offenbach The Parisian Life painting, 1892 oil on canvas painting by Juan Luna

Christopher Columbus (disambiguation)

Christopher Columbus Vittori, a 1920 public artwork in Indianapolis, Indiana by Enrico Vittori Statue of Christopher Columbus Chicago, a 1933 statue in Chicago by Carlo Brioschi Statue of Christopher Columbus Central Park, an 1892 statue in Centr ...

Capriccio

A capriccio, a tempo marking Capriccio music, a piece of music which is fairly free in form Capricho arabe, an 1892 composition by Francisco Tarrega Capriccio opera, a 1942 opera in German by Richard Strauss Capriccio on the departure of a belove ...

Pagliacci (disambiguation)

Pagliacci is an opera written and composed by Ruggero Leoncavallo, that premiered in 1892. Pagliacci or I Pagliacci English: The Clowns may also refer to: Pagliacci 1931 film, an American-made Italian-language film based on the opera I Pagliacci ...

Borderland

Borderland electoral district, a provincial electoral district in Manitoba. Borderland State Park, one of Massachusetts state parks, located in the towns of Easton and Sharon Borderland, West Virginia, an unincorporated community in Mingo County, ...

Souvenir (disambiguation)

Souvenir, a 2006 film produced by Hanif Kureishi The Souvenir, a 2019 American-British drama film Souvenir play, a 2005 play by Stephen Temperley Souvenir 1989 film, a British drama starring Christopher Plummer Souvenir 2016 film, a film directed ...

Madame Sans-Gêne

Madame Sans-Gêne may refer to: Marie-Therese Figueur 1774–1861, French female soldier Madame Sans-Gêne 1941 film, by Roger Richebe Catherine Hubscher 1753–1835, wife of Marshal of France François Joseph Lefebvre, whose life has been dramatised in ...

Feet of Clay

Feet of Clay may refer to: Feet of Clay EP, a 2019 EP by Earl Sweatshirt Feet of clay, a hidden weak point that could cause the downfall of someone who appears strong or invincible Feet of Clay 1924 film, a 1924 silent film directed by Cecil B. D ...

Stop Thief! (1920 film)

Stop Thief! is an extant 1920 silent romantic comedy film directed by Harry Beaumont and starring Tom Moore and Irene Rich. It was produced and distributed by the Goldwyn Pictures company.

The Pursuit of Happiness

The Pursuit of Happiness or The Pursuit of Happyness may refer to: Pursuit of happiness, a human right which is recognized in some contries. "Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness", a phrase in the United States Declaration of Independence

The Magic Flute (disambiguation)

The Smurfs and the Magic Flute, 1976 Belgian animated film Magic Flute Diaries 2008, a film by Kevin Sullivan The Magic Flute 2006 film by Kenneth Branagh The Magic Flute 1975 film, Swedish: Trollflojten, by Ingmar Bergman