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Magic carpet (disambiguation)

"Magic Carpet" song, 1963 song by English performer Billy J. Kramer The Magic Carpet, 1930s pulp magazine originally called Oriental Stories Magic Carpet Aladdin, silent character featured in 1992 Disney film Aladdin and its franchise IMAX Magic ...

                                               

Ziggy Stardust

Ziggy Stardust was a glam alter ego of David Bowie in the early 1970s. It may refer specifically to: The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, a 1972 concept album by David Bowie "Ziggy Stardust" song, a song from that album ...

                                               

Jafar (disambiguation)

Jafar and alternative transliterations Jafar, Jaffar, Jafer, Jaffer or, in Egyptian Arabic pronunciation, Gafar, or in Turkish spelling of the name is Cafer, Bosniak Dzafer and Albanian Xhafer, is an Arabic given name and surname. Jafar or Jafar ...

                                               

Costume Designers Guild Awards 2019

The 22nd Costume Designers Guild Awards, honoring the best costume designs in film, television, and media for 2019, is set to take place on January 28, 2020. The nominees were announced on December 10, 2019.

                                               

Arbutus (disambiguation)

Arbutus may refer to: In botany Arbutus, a genus of trees in the family Ericaceae Epigaea repens, known as arbutus or trailing arbutus, a wild plant of the heath family Arbutus unedo, the strawberry tree, sometimes simply referred to as the Arbut ...

                                               

Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves (disambiguation)

Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves is a folk tale about Ali Baba, a character from Arabian literature. Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves and variants may also refer to:

                                               

Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves (1918 film)

Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves is a 1918 American silent adventure film directed by Chester M. Franklin and Sidney Franklin and starring Georgie Stone, Gertrude Messinger and Lewis Sargent.

                                               

Forty Thieves

the Forty Elephants, an all-female London criminal gang The nickname for the participants in the 1921 Cairo Conference. 40 Thieves, mens lacrosse club based out of San Diego, CA the Forty Thieves New York gang, an 18th-century New York street gang

                                               

Angels & Demons (disambiguation)

"Angels & Demons" Tamar Braxton song, a song by Tamar Braxton off of her 2015 album Calling All Lovers. Angels and Demons at Play, 1965 jazz album by Sun Ra and his Myth Science Arkestra recorded in 1956 and 1960 Angels & Demons Peter Andre album ...

                                               

Angel of Darkness

Angels of Darkness Italian: Donne proibite, a 1954 film Angel of Darkness anime Japanese: 淫獣教師, Hepburn: Injū Kyōshi, a 1994 hentai anime series

                                               

Big Brother 9

Big Brother 9 is the ninth season of various versions of Big Brother and may refer to: Big Brother Brasil 9, the 2009 edition of Big Brother Brasil Big Brother 9 Australia, the 2012 edition of Big Brother Australia Big Brother Africa 9, the 2014 ...

                                               

Big Brother 11

Big Brother 11 is the eleventh season of various versions of Big Brother and may refer to: Grande Fratello season 11, the 2010-2011 edition of Big Brother in Italy Big Brother Brasil 11, the 2011 edition of Big Brother in Brazil Gran Hermano Spai ...

                                               

Big Brother 10

Big Brother 10 is the tenth season of various versions of Big Brother and may refer to: Big Brother Germany season 10, the 2010 edition of the German version Big Brother 10 Australia, the 2013 edition of Big Brother Australia Big Brother 10 UK, t ...

                                               

Big Brother 8

Big Brother 8 is the eighth season of various versions of Big Brother and may refer to: Gran Hermano Spain season 8, the 2006 Spanish edition of Big Brother Big Brother Brasil 8, the 2008 Brazilian edition of Big Brother Big Brother Africa 8, the ...

                                               

Big Brother 1

Big Brother 1 is the first season of various versions of Big Brother and may refer to: Big Brother Brasil 1, the 2002 Brazilian edition of Big Brother Velky Bratr, the 2005 Czech edition of Big Brother Big Brother 1 UK, the 2000 UK edition of Big ...

                                               

Big Brother 5

Big Brother 5 is the season of various versions of Big Brother and may refer to: Big Brother Australia 2005, the 2005 Australian edition of Big Brother Big Brother 5 Albania, the 2012 Albanian edition of Big Brother Loft Story Canada Season 5, th ...

                                               

Big Brother 6

Big Brother 6 is the sixth season of various versions of Big Brother and may refer to: Big Brother 6 Albania, the 2013 Albanian edition of Big Brother Gran Hermano Spain Season 6, the 2004 edition of the reality television series Big Brother Gran ...

                                               

Valeria (2020 TV series)

Valeria is a Spanish drama web television series created by Maria Lopez Castaño and starring Diana Gomez, Silma Lopez and Paula Malia. The plot revolves around Val, who is a writer, feeling something is missing in her marriage and writing. It pre ...

                                               

Sarah Bellum

Sarah Bellum or Sara Bellum may refer to: Animated fictional characters Sara Bellum Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego?, in animated television series Sara Bellum Darkwing Duck, scientist in Disney series Sara Bellum The Powerpuff Girls, mayors se ...

                                               

Mallard (disambiguation)

Advanced Aeromarine Mallard, an aircraft HMS Mallard, the name of four ships of the Royal Navy USS Mallard, either of two United States naval ships LNER Class A4 4468 Mallard, the fastest steam locomotive ever, reaching 126 miles per hour Grumman ...

                                               

That Sinking Feeling (disambiguation)

That Sinking Feeling is a 1980 film by Bill Forsyth. That Sinking Feeling may also refer to: "That Sinking Feeling", an episode of the TV series The Legend of Zelda "That Sinking Feeling", an episode of the TV series Phineas and Ferb "That Sinkin ...

                                               

Fowl (disambiguation)

Ms. Winifred Fowl, a character in the Jimmy Neutron movie and series Artemis Fowl, a book series written by Eoin Colfer F.O.W.L., an evil organization in the Darkwing Duck series Orion Fowl, a character in the novel Artemis Fowl: The Atlantis Com ...

                                               

Rat-catcher (disambiguation)

Ratcatcher, motorcycle of animated television series character Darkwing Duck Ratcatcher comics, a DC Comics supervillain character The Rat Catchers, 1960s British television series Ratcatcher film, a 1999 British drama film directed by Lynne Rams ...

                                               

Taras Bulba (disambiguation)

Taras Bulba-Borovets 1908–1981, Ukrainian World War II resistance fighter nicknamed Taras Bulba after the Gogol character Ion Croitoru 1963–2017, Canadian wrestler with ring name Taras Bulba

                                               

Doctor Doctor

Doctor, Doctor talk show, a 2005 live British talk show about health and illness Doctor U.S. TV series, a 1989 American television sitcom Doctor character, a character in The Secret Show universe Dr. Doctor, a character in South Park media Doctor ...

                                               

Doctor Who Christmas special

Doctor Who Christmas special may refer to: "Voyage of the Damned" Doctor Who, the 2007 special, guest-starring Kylie Minogue "The Time of the Doctor", the 2013 special "The Snowmen", the 2012 special, guest-starring Richard E. Grant and Sir Ian M ...

                                               

Country Doctor

A country doctor is a physician who works with a rural health focus, out in the country. In many regions the town-and-country distinction no longer corresponds to large differences in practice patterns. Country Doctor as the title of a work may r ...

                                               

Dont panic

Dont Panic: The Official Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy Companion, a 1988 book by Neil Gaiman "Dont Panic" The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, a catchphrase from The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams

                                               

Don Bosco (disambiguation)

Don Bosco may refer to: Salesians of Don Bosco, a Roman Catholic religious order John Bosco Italy, 1815–1888, Catholic priest and saint of the Roman Catholic Church and the Anglican Communion Salesian Sisters of Don Bosco, a Roman Catholic religi ...

                                               

Juanism

Juanism may refer to: Don Juanism or Don Juan syndrome, a non-clinical term for the desire, in a man, to have sex with many different female partners. Advocacy to enthrone Infante Juan, Count of Barcelona 1913–1993 as King of Spain, after his fat ...

                                               

Toggle

Toggle may refer to: Toggle switch Feature toggle, a technique in software development Toggle Doonesbury character, a character in the comic strip Doonesbury A type of textile closure, like an elongated button Toggle ropes, a piece of military eq ...

                                               

Sad (disambiguation)

Sad, Oman, a village in Oman Sad, Podlaskie Voivodeship, a village in Poland SAD Safford Regional Airport IATA airport code: SAD, in Safford, Arizona, US

                                               

Lippincott

Lippincotts Monthly Magazine a 19th century literary magazine published in Philadelphia, U.S. Andy Lippincott, a fictional character in the comic strip Doonesbury

                                               

Masters of the Universe (disambiguation)

Masters of the Universe: The Power of He-Man, a 1983 game designed by Intellivision Masters of the Universe: The Arcade Game, an arcade-style computer game released in 1987 by U.S. Gold Masters of the Universe: The Super Adventure, an interactive ...

                                               

Hitch

Hitch, a knot used to attach a rope to a fixed object, see list of hitch knots Tow hitch, a construction on a truck or car to attach a trailer Hitch route, a pattern run by a receiver in American football Healthcare Interoperability Testing and C ...

                                               

Hitching post

A hitching post is a post to which a horse may be tethered to prevent it from straying. The term can also refer to: The Hitching Post, a pub in Ballycogley The Hitching Post, a student publication of Marlboro High School Hitching Post Plaza in Pe ...

                                               

Septimus

People in Ancient Rome: Septimius Severus, Roman general and emperor from AD 193 to 211 Septimius Acindynus, consul in 340 P. Septimius Geta, the younger son of Septimius Severus, emperor from 209 to 211 Lucius Septimius Roman governor, 4th centu ...

                                               

Syren

Syren may refer to: Syren book, the fifth book in the fantasy Septimus Heap series by Angie Sage Syren, a Swedish family name Syren band, a three piece, all female band Syren River, a river in Ukraine, a tributary of Horyn River Syren, Luxembourg ...

                                               

Sinbad (disambiguation)

Sinbad TV series, a 2012 UK television series The Sinbad Show, a sitcom Sinbad Jr. and his Magic Belt, an animated series The Adventures of Sinbad

                                               

Snow White (disambiguation)

Snow White Fables, a fictional character in the comic book Fables, based on both Snow Whites Snow-white, a name for the deity Varda in J. R. R. Tolkiens legendarium Snow White Once Upon a Time also known as Mary Margaret Blanchard, a character fr ...

                                               

Snow White (album)

Snow White is the fifth studio album by Australian rock band, Magic Dirt. It was released in September 2005 and peaked at number 24 on the ARIA Charts. The album saw the return of some of the bands noisier elements fused with their hooky and poli ...

                                               

White Christmas

White Christmas most commonly refers to: White Christmas weather, snowfall or snow-covered ground on Christmas Day "White Christmas" song, a 1942 song written by Irving Berlin White Christmas may also refer to:

                                               

Snow cap

Snowcap Base, a fictional location in the Whoniverse, from the Doctor Who serial The Tenth Planet

                                               

Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs

Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs is a 2019 South Korean animated fantasy film produced by Fine cut. Based on the German fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, it is a CGI film which attracted negative attention due to the perceived promtion of fat shami ...

                                               

Snow Squall

Snow Squall was an extreme wooden American clipper ship built in Maine for the China trade. A large part of her bow was preserved and is the sole remaining example of the American-built clipper ships.

                                               

Awkward

Awkward may refer to: Awkward album, a 2001 album by Ty "Awkward", a 2011 song by San Cisco Awkward graphic novel, a 2015 graphic novel by Svetlana Chmakova Awkward, a 1999 graphic novel by Ariel Schrag "Awkward", a song by The Cells from We Can ...

                                               

Boof

Kelly Lindsey born 1979, American soccer coach and former player nicknamed "Boof" Kola Boof, Sudanese-American novelist John Boof Bonser born 1981, American retired Major League Baseball pitcher Darren Lehmann born 1970, Australian former cricket ...

                                               

Finale

"Finale", a song by Bikini Kill from Reject All American "Finale", a song by Anthrax from State of Euphoria "Finale B", a 1996 song from the rock opera Rent "Finale", a piece of film music by John Williams from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Az ...

                                               

Godspeed

God Spede the Plough, an early sixteenth-century manuscript poem Godspeed, a novel and short film by Lynn Breedlove Godspeed Sheffield novel, a science fiction novel by Charles Sheffield Godspeed Baer novel, a novel by Will Christopher Baer

                                               

On Fire

"On Fire", by Luke Bond featuring Roxanne Emery "On Fire", by Franka Batelic "On Fire", by Young Thug from Beautiful Thugger Girls "On Fire", by Sebadoh from Harmacy "On Fire", by Van Halen from Van Halen "On Fire" Blue Zone song, 1987 "On Fire" ...