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Bosel (disambiguation)

Bosel or Bosal may refer to: Bosel, medieval Bishop of Worcester. Bozal Spanish, the Spanish spoken by negros bozales, slaves recently taken from Africa. Bosal, a type of hackamore noseband, sometimes misspelled "bosel." Bosal, Korean pronunciati ...

                                               

Friday the 13th (disambiguation)

Friday the 13th 1980 film the first film in the series Friday the 13th 2009 film, a remake of the series Friday the 13th franchise, a slasher film series Friday the 13th: The Series, a television series Friday the 13th: The Game Friday the 13th 1 ...

                                               

Under Suspicion

Under Suspicion may refer to: Under Suspicion 1918 film, silent film starring Francis X. Bushman Under Suspicion TV series, an American television police drama Bajo sospecha, a Spanish television crime drama Under Suspicion 2000 film, a film star ...

                                               

Bracelet (disambiguation)

A bracelet is an article worn around the wrist. Bracelet may also refer to: World Series of Poker bracelet, an award won at the World Series of Poker The Bracelet Curb Your Enthusiasm, an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm Handcuffs, for which brace ...

                                               

Paradies

The term Paradies may refer to Paradies, a film by Zelimir Zilnik Paradies album, an album by Silly Paradies Lagardere or The Paradies Shops, a chain of airport specialty stores "Paradies" song, a song by Die Toten Hosen Paradies Glacier German: ...

                                               

Big Boss

Big Boss may refer to: Big Boss Metal Gear, a central character from the Metal Gear video game series by Konami Venom Snake, Big Bosss body double from Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain The Big Boss 1921 film, German silent crime film Bigg Bos ...

                                               

The Crimson Circle

Crimson Circle may refer to: The Crimson Circle 1936 film, a British film adaptation The Crimson Circle 1960 film a West German film adaptation The Crimson Circle 1922 film, a British silent film adaptation The Crimson Circle Service Organization ...

                                               

Explosion (disambiguation)

An explosion is a sudden increase in volume and release of energy in an extreme manner. Explosion, Explode or Exploder may also refer to: ex.plode.us, a defunct Internet search engine Explosion! Museum of Naval Firepower, in Gosport, Hampshire, E ...

                                               

Escapade

Escapade 1935 film, starring William Powell and Luise Rainer Escapade 1932 film, an American crime film directed by Richard Thorpe Escapade 1955 film, featuring John Mills Escapade 1957 film, with Louis Jourdan Escapade 1936 film, a German romant ...

                                               

Dirty Hands (disambiguation)

Dirty Hands may refer to: "Dirty Hands" Battlestar Galactica, an episode of Battlestar Galactica "Dirty Hands", a song by Black Lips Unclean hands or dirty hands doctrine, an equitable defense in contract law Dirty hands, a concept in moral and p ...

                                               

The Forger

The Forger may refer to: The Forger 1927 novel, a crime novel by Edgar Wallace The Forger 2012 film, a drama directed by Lawrence Roeck The Forger of London 1960 German Edgar Wallace film directed by Harald Reinl The Forger 2014 film, a crime thr ...

                                               

Ralf Hohs

Ralf Hohs is a German police officer. From 2013 to 2018, he was the state police director in Schleswig Holstein and thus the highest law enforcement officer of the state police. Ralf Hohs headed the department for organized crime, corruption, gan ...

                                               

A Lotus for Miss Quon

In 1967 it was made into the West German film Lotus Flowers for Miss Quon directed by Jurgen Roland and starring Lang Jeffries, Francesca Tu and Werner Peters. This was part of a boom in adaptations of British crime writers including Chase and Ed ...

                                               

Tuesday (disambiguation)

"Tuesday", from Angel Milk 2005 by Telepopmusik "Tuesday", from Upstairs at Erics 1982 by Yazoo "Tuesday" Trey Anastasio song 2005 "Tuesday", from 4am Friday 1996 by Avail "Tuesday" You Am I song 1997 "Tuesday" Burak Yeter song 2016, featuring Da ...

                                               

Kiss Bang disambiguation)

Kiss Bang Bang, a 2000 British comedy starring Stellan Skarsgård Kiss Kiss.Bang a 1966 Eurospy film with Giuliano Gemma Kiss Bang Bang, a 2005 American crime/comedy starring Robert Downey, Jr. and Val Kilmer

                                               

Hot Pavements of Cologne

Hot Pavements of Cologne is a 1967 West German crime film directed by Ernst Hofbauer and starring Richard Munch, Walter Kohut and Arthur Brauss. The films sets were designed by the art director Karl Schneider. Location shooting took place around ...

                                               

Kommissar

Kommissar may refer to: Commissar film, a 1967 Soviet film Der Kommissar TV series, a German television series originally broadcast from 1969 to 1976 Kommissar X, German crime fiction series of books from the Pabel Moewig publishing house "Der Ko ...

                                               

So Much Naked Tenderness

So Much Naked Tenderness is a 1968 West German crime drama film directed by Gunter Hendel and starring Erika Remberg, Erich Fritze and Lutz Hochstraate.

                                               

Crime After School (1975 film)

Crime After School is a 1975 West German-Hungarian crime drama film directed by Alfred Vohrer and starring Teri Tordai, Herbert Fleischmann and Sascha Hehn. It is an anthology film with three episodes and is not a remake of Alfred Vohrers 1959 fi ...

                                               

Red sun (disambiguation)

Red Sun is a 1971 movie. Red sun or Red Sun may also refer to: the Communist Party of Ecuador – Red Sun one of two versions of Megaman Battle Network 4 the title of a track from Anoushka Shankars 2005 album Rise Red Sun 1970 film, a West German c ...

                                               

Supermarket (disambiguation)

A supermarket is a large form of the traditional grocery store, a self-service shop offering a wide variety of food and household products organized into aisles. Supermarket may also refer to: Supermarket comics, a four-issue 2006 comic written b ...

                                               

Capo (disambiguation)

Capo concentration camp, a prisoner who supervised forced labor or carried out tasks delegated by Nazi guards Capo, short for Caporegime, a rank in the Mafia Capo dei capi, or capo di tutti capi, Italian for "boss of bosses", a phrase used to ind ...

                                               

Seduction (disambiguation)

Seduction generally is the process of enticing a reluctant person to lead astray, as from duty, rectitude, or the like; to corrupt, to persuade or induce to engage in sexual behavior. Seduction may also refer to:

                                               

Iron Fist

20th Armoured Brigade United Kingdom or The Iron Fist, a British Army armoured formation based in Paderborn, Germany Iron Fist exercise, an Indian Air Force exercise held in 2013 and 2016 Iron Fist countermeasure, an Israeli counter-weapon system ...

                                               

Gun Shy

Gun Shy may refer to: Gun-Shy 2003 film, German crime drama film Gun Shy 2000 film, starring Sandra Bullock, Liam Neeson, and Oliver Platt Gunshy, a 1998 film starring William Petersen, Diane Lane, and Michael Wincott and directed by Jeff Celenta ...

                                               

What does not kill me makes me stronger

What does not kill me makes me stronger is part of aphorism number 8 from the "Maxims and Arrows" section of Friedrich Nietzsches Twilight of the Idols. In full, it is: Aus der Kriegsschule des Lebens. - Was mich nicht umbringt, macht mich starke ...

                                               

Zelle

Zelle may refer to: Sebastian Zelle, member of the bands NEXX and Supernatural The Glass Cell film German: Die glaserne Zelle, 1978 West German crime film Zelle payment service, a person-to-person payment service in the United States Zelle band, ...

                                               

No Place to Go

No Place to Go 1927 film, a romance starring Mary Astor No Place to Go 1939 film, a drama featuring Dennis Morgan No Place to Go 2000 film, a German film

                                               

Shadows Over Naples

Shadows Over Naples is a 1951 German-Italian crime film directed by Hans Wolff and starring Maria Montez, Massimo Serato, and Hans Sohnker. A separate Italian version Love and Blood was also released.

                                               

Gruppe Freital

The Group Freital was a right-wing anti-islamic invasion group in Freital near Dresden. Members of the group have been attacked asylum accommodations by explosives and several attacks on refugee supporters. In March 2018 FTL members were convicte ...

                                               

Tokyo (Money Heist)

Tokyo is a fictional character in the Netflix series Money Heist, portrayed by ursula Corbero. In the TV show she is a main character, she is the unreliable narrator, and a runaway robber until scouted by the Professor to participate in his plan.

                                               

Rocker affair

Under the term rocker affair, problematic events within the German Schlewig-Holstein state police, the public prosecutors office and the political police head at Schleswig-Holstein Ministry of the Interior became known. The case of rocker motorcy ...

                                               

The Fire Devil

The Fire Devil is a 1940 German historical adventure film directed by and starring Luis Trenker. It also featured Judith Holzmeister, Bertl Schultes and Hilde von Stolz. The title is sometimes translated as The Arsonist. The films sets were desig ...

                                               

Black Baron

Hugh Rose of Kilravock, the tenth Laird of the Highland Scottish Clan Rose Terry Funk born 1944, American pro wrestler whose ring name is Black Baron Robert Munro, 18th Baron of Foulis died 1633, Scottish soldier of fortune Michael Wittman 1914–1 ...

                                               

Spartacus (disambiguation)

Spartacus, a defunct newspaper by the Dutch resistance Marx–Lenin–Luxemburg Front Spartacus International Gay Guide, an annual publication Spartacus, the magazine of the Greek section of the reunified Fourth International organization of Communis ...

                                               

Mark Hoffman (disambiguation)

Mark Hoffmann is a male name. The first name has the derivative form Marc, the last name may be written Hofmann, Hofman or Hoffman. The name may refer to:

                                               

George Peters

George Peters may refer to: George Fountain Peters, builder in 1899 of Glen Store and Post Office, Potomac, Maryland George Peters footballer 1912–1988, Australian footballer George G. Peters of Boston, commissioned and in 1907 owned the ship lat ...

                                               

Buried treasure (disambiguation)

"Historys Mysteries: Buried Treasure", a 2000 episode of U.S. documentary TV series Historys Mysteries Eveready Harton in Buried Treasure, 1929 pornographic animated cartoon Buried Treasure 1915 short film, a U.S. silent short film featuring Flor ...

                                               

Soca

Cayenne – Felix Eboue Airport, by ICAO code Soca, Bovec, Slovenia Soca, a village in Banloc Commune, Timiș County, Romania Soca, a river in Slovenia and Italy SoCa, Southern California

                                               

Zdenek Novak

Zdenek Novak was a Czech military officer who served in the Austro-Hungarian army, in the Czechoslovak Army, and as a resistance fighter in World War II.

                                               

Puffs, or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic

Puffs, or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic is an original play written by New York based playwright Matt Cox. It is based on the Harry Potter series by J. K. Rowling written in the 1990s, following the adve ...

                                               

Caroline Lowder Downing

Caroline Lowder Downing was a British suffragette, sister of Edith Elizabeth Downing, was imprisoned and in 1912, awarded a Womens Social and Political Union Hunger Strike Medal for Valour.

                                               

Arkansas (film)

Arkansas is a 2020 American thriller film, directed by Clark Duke in his directorial debut, from a screenplay by Duke and Andrew Boonkrong. It stars Liam Hemsworth, Duke, Michael Kenneth Williams, Vivica A. Fox, Eden Brolin, Chandler Duke, John M ...

                                               

What Are You Waiting For?

"What Are You Waiting For?", a song by Hunters & Collectors from album Whats a Few Men? "What Are You Waiting For", a song by Mai Kuraki from Perfect Crime "What Are You Waiting For", a song by Emmelie from Only Teardrops "What Are You Waiting Fo ...

                                               

Greekazo

Alexander Cielma Miliarakis better known as Greekazo is a Swedish rapper. Greekazo grew up in Hasselby in Stockholm. Greekazo started his career on 31 July 2019 with the music single "HotSpot" which has received over 23 million streams on Spotify ...

                                               

Furies (disambiguation)

The Furies are the deities of vengeance in Greek mythology. Furies may also refer to: The Furies, newspaper of The Furies Collective, a Washington DC-based lesbian organization The Furies novel, a 1976 historical novel by John Jakes The Furies, a ...

                                               

Joseph della Reina

Joseph della Reina was a 15th Century Jewish mystical figure. According to Jewish legend, he attempted to hasten the messianic age and perished in the attempt. His fate was treated literarily by the Jewish literary writers Shai Agnon and Isaac Ba ...

                                               

The Outsider

The Outsider 2005 film, a 2005 documentary directed by Nicholas Jarecki, featuring Bijou Phillips and others The Outsider 1980 film, a film starring Craig Wasson The Outsider 1917 film, an American film directed by William C. Dowlan The Outsider ...

                                               

Tortuga Island

Tortuga Island may refer to: Tortuga Haiti, a Caribbean island that forms part of Haiti, off the northwest coast of Hispaniola, which was a pirate stronghold in the 17th century Dry Tortugas National Park, a national park consisting of Fort Jeffe ...

                                               

Governor Hunter

Governor Hunter may refer to: Archibald Hunter 1856–1936, Governor of Omdurman in Sudan in 1899 and Governor of Gibraltar from 1910 to 1913 John Hunter Royal Navy officer 1737–1821, governor of New South Wales, Australia, from 1795 to 1800 Govern ...