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25th Apr '17 4:36:59 PM Pinokio
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* ''{{Avalon}}'' is a 1990 American movie by Barry Levinson, a [[Film/{{Avalon}} 2001 movie]] by Creator/MamoruOshii, a 2011 Swedish movie by Axel Petersén, a [[Webcomic/{{Avalon}} webcomic]] by Josh Phillips, a series of [[Literature/AvalonWebOfMagic fantasy novels]], and a Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse[=/=]''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' [[FanFic/{{Avalon}} crossover fanfic]].



* ''Dragonfire'' is a 1982 video game by Imagic, a spy novel by Andrew Kaplan, or a 1987 ''Series/DoctorWho'' serial. ''Dragon Fire'' is a 1993 martial arts film, a political novel by Humphrey Hawksley, or the fifth game in the ''VideoGame/QuestForGlory'' series.

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* ''Dragonfire'' is a 1982 video game by Imagic, a spy novel by Andrew Kaplan, or a 1987 ''Series/DoctorWho'' serial.serial, and a tabletop game based on ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''. ''Dragon Fire'' is a 1993 martial arts film, a political novel by Humphrey Hawksley, or the fifth game in the ''VideoGame/QuestForGlory'' series.



* ''Epic'' is a 1984 Australian animated film, a [[WesternAnimation/{{Epic}} 2013 3D animated film]], a tabletop game in the ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'' universe, a [[TabletopGame/EpicCardGame strategy card game]], an Music/RKelly album, a book in ''Literature/TheAvatarChronicles'', a space flight sim by Digital Image Design, and a [[Creator/EpicGames game developer/publisher]].



* ''Hero'' is a 1992 movie known as ''Film/AccidentalHero'', and a [[Film/{{Hero}} 2002 wuxia film]].



* In 1957, it was announced that writers Elwood Ullman and Edward Bernds were nominated for Best Screenplay Oscar for their script to the movie ''High Society''. Ullman and Bernds were surprised, since their movie was a lowbrow Bowery Boys farce. As it turned out, the actual nominee was John Patrick, who wrote the screenplay for the ''High Society'' movie that starred Music/BingCrosby, Creator/GraceKelly, and Music/FrankSinatra.

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* In 1957, it was announced that writers Elwood Ullman and Edward Bernds were nominated for Best Screenplay Oscar for their script to the movie ''High Society''. Ullman and Bernds were surprised, since their movie was a lowbrow Bowery Boys farce. As it turned out, the actual nominee was John Patrick, who wrote the screenplay for the ''High Society'' movie that starred Music/BingCrosby, Creator/GraceKelly, and Music/FrankSinatra. ''High Society'' is the second book in ''ComicBook/CerebusTheAardvark''.



* There are two HighFantasy series titled "Inheritance." There's the ''Literature/InheritanceCycle'' [[note]] Which was called The Inheritance Trilogy until book 4 was released.[[/note]] which is a story about a young farm boy who discovers a dragon egg, and becomes a dragon rider. There's also the ''Literature/InheritanceTrilogy'' which is about interactions of gods and mortals. Then there's a collection
of short stories by fantasy author Creator/RobinHobb named ''The Inheritance'', taking its title from one of the stories included.

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* There are two HighFantasy series titled "Inheritance." There's the ''Literature/InheritanceCycle'' [[note]] Which was called The Inheritance Trilogy until book 4 was released.[[/note]] which is a story about a young farm boy who discovers a dragon egg, and becomes a dragon rider. There's also the ''Literature/InheritanceTrilogy'' which is about interactions of gods and mortals. Then there's a collection
collection of short stories by fantasy author Creator/RobinHobb named ''The Inheritance'', taking its title from one of the stories included.



* ''Knockin' on Heaven's Door'' is a 1973 Music/BobDylan song, the ''[[Anime/CowboyBebopKnockinOnHeavensDoor Cowboy Bebop]]'' movie, a ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' episode, and a 2014 Nigerian musical film.



* {{Nova}} may refer to an exploding star.

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* {{Nova}} may refer to ''{{Nova}}'' is a Creator/MarvelComics [[ComicBook/{{Nova}} superhero comic]], a [[Literature/{{Nova}} science fiction novel]] by Creator/SamuelRDelany, a series of novels by Creator/WilliamSBurroughs, a [[Music/{{Nova}} musical group]], a [[Series/{{Nova}} science documentary series]] on American public television, or an exploding star.iPod/iPhone video game.


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* ''VideoGame/{{Shivers}}'' is a survival horror game by Creator/{{Sierra}}, and a [[Film/{{Shivers}} 1975 film]] by Creator/DavidCronenberg.


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* ''VideoGame/SpaceQuest'' is a Creator/{{Sierra}} adventure game series, and the second episode of ''Series/{{Frasier}}''.
24th Apr '17 7:53:58 AM LaptopGuy
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** Music/DemiLovato and JoeWalsh also released songs with that title.

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** Music/DemiLovato Music/DemiLovato, Music/{{Buckcherry}} and JoeWalsh also released songs with that title.



** In addition to the band Angel mentioned above, there's also the 1984 film about a teenage hooker, the TV show that spun off from ''Buffy the Vampire Slayer'', and numerous songs (including ones by Madonna, Aerosmith, and Jon Secada).

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** In addition to the band Angel mentioned above, there's also the 1984 film about a teenage hooker, the TV show that spun off from ''Buffy the Vampire Slayer'', and numerous songs (including ones by Sarah [=McLachlan=], Shaggy, Madonna, Aerosmith, and Jon Secada).



* There's a manga and anime series titled ''Manga/{{ARIA}}''. There's also a live action [[AnthologyFilm anthology of 10 short films]], most of them set to opera arias, also titled ''Aria'', a 1994 Music/{{Asis}} album called ''Aria'' and a TabletopRPG named ''Aria'' (full title ''Aria: Canticle of the Monomyth''). Australia's answer to the Grammy is also called an ''ARIA''.

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* There's a manga and anime series titled ''Manga/{{ARIA}}''. There's also a live action [[AnthologyFilm anthology of 10 short films]], most of them set to opera arias, also titled ''Aria'', a 1994 Music/{{Asis}} album called ''Aria'' and a TabletopRPG named ''Aria'' (full title ''Aria: Canticle of the Monomyth''). Australia's answer to the Grammy is also called an ''ARIA''. Music/{{Aria}} is also the name of a Russian band and a large hotel-casino in Las Vegas.



* Mention "Arrested Development" today and people will think first and foremost of [[Series/ArrestedDevelopment the sitcom]]. But there was a rap group in the '90s called Music/ArrestedDevelopment. Although huge at their peak, they are mostly forgotten today.

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* Mention "Arrested Development" today and people will think first and foremost of [[Series/ArrestedDevelopment the sitcom]]. But there was a rap group in the '90s called Music/ArrestedDevelopment. Although huge at their peak, they are mostly forgotten today.today, aside from them suing the show's producers.



* ''Bad Company'': The 1931 gangster film, the 1972 western film, the 1995 neo-noir film, the 2002 action comedy film, the British electronic metal group, the manga, the ''VideoGame/{{Battlefield}}'' game, or the ComicBook/TwoThousandAD comic?

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* ''Bad Company'': The 1931 gangster film, the 1972 western film, the 1995 neo-noir film, the 2002 action comedy film, the legendary classic rock group, the British electronic metal group, the manga, the ''VideoGame/{{Battlefield}}'' game, or the ComicBook/TwoThousandAD comic?



* ''Badlands'': [[VideoGame/{{Badlands}} Two different arcade games]] from the 1980s--a laserdisc game by Konami, and a driving game by Atari--a Music/BruceSpringsteen song, and [[Film/{{Badlands}} a 1973 film]] by Creator/TerrenceMalick.

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* ''Badlands'': [[VideoGame/{{Badlands}} Two different arcade games]] from the 1980s--a laserdisc game by Konami, and a driving game by Atari--a Music/BruceSpringsteen song, a Music{{Halsey}} album, and [[Film/{{Badlands}} a 1973 film]] by Creator/TerrenceMalick.



* Scott O'Dell's book ''The Black Pearl'' has nothing to do with ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanTheCurseOfTheBlackPearl Curse of the Black Pearl]]'', the first ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' movie.

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* Scott O'Dell's book ''The Black Pearl'' has nothing to do with ''[[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanTheCurseOfTheBlackPearl Curse of the Black Pearl]]'', the first ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' movie.movie (or the titular ship).



** Or the BlackSheepHit.



* The Creator/JohnHughes movie ''Film/TheBreakfastClub'' about five teens in Saturday detention is not to be confused with the {{Yaoi|Genre}} manga ''Manga/BreakfastClub'' about life in a boy's dorm at a high school.

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* The Creator/JohnHughes movie ''Film/TheBreakfastClub'' about five teens in Saturday detention is not to be confused with the {{Yaoi|Genre}} manga ''Manga/BreakfastClub'' about life in a boy's dorm at a high school.school, or Breakfast Club, a OneHitWonder band that Music/{{Madonna}} was in at one point.



* ''Film/{{Drive}}'' is a film by Creator/NicolasWindingRefn starring Creator/RyanGosling. There's also a Creator/TimMinear [[Series/{{Drive}} TV show]] starring Creator/NathanFillion, and a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drive_(1998_film) film starring Mark Dacascos]] carrying the same name. There's also the song "Drive" by The Cars, as well as a completely different song caled "Drive" by Creator/{{REM}}.

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* ''Film/{{Drive}}'' is a film by Creator/NicolasWindingRefn starring Creator/RyanGosling. There's also a Creator/TimMinear [[Series/{{Drive}} TV show]] starring Creator/NathanFillion, and a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drive_(1998_film) film starring Mark Dacascos]] carrying the same name. There's also the song "Drive" by The Cars, as well as a completely different song caled "Drive" by Creator/{{REM}}.Creator/{{REM}}, and yet ''another'' by Music/{{Incubus}}.



** There are many other songs called ''Home,'' such as Three Days Grace's third hit, Daughtry's second hit, and Phillip Phillips' first hit.

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** There are many other songs called ''Home,'' such as Three Days Grace's third hit, Daughtry's second hit, and Phillip Phillips' first hit.hit (ironically, the latter two both came from ''Series/AmericanIdol'').



* ''Inside Out'' is both a {{Creator/BBC}} documentary series and a {{Creator/Pixar}} [[WesternAnimation/InsideOut movie]].

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* ''Inside Out'' is both a {{Creator/BBC}} documentary series and a {{Creator/Pixar}} [[WesternAnimation/InsideOut movie]]. Or a Wrestling/TripleH movie.



** It's also a 1985 hit for Music/PatBenatar and a 2009 rock hit for Las Vegas band Adelitas Way.

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** It's also a 1985 hit for Music/PatBenatar and a 2009 rock hit for Las Vegas band Adelitas Way.Way (the ''WWE Superstars'' theme).



* "The Last Song" is a 2004 song by Music/HilaryDuff, a 1992 TearJerker song by Music/EltonJohn about a father visiting his LGBT son dying of AIDS, or a 2010 TearJerker movie written by Creator/NicholasSparks and starring Music/MileyCyrus, involving a divorced man dying of cancer and his jaded ex-piano prodigy daughter visiting him in Georgia.

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* "The Last Song" is a 2004 song by Music/HilaryDuff, a 1973 hit for Canadian pop band Edward Bear, a 1992 TearJerker song by Music/EltonJohn about a father visiting his LGBT son dying of AIDS, or a 2010 TearJerker movie written by Creator/NicholasSparks and starring Music/MileyCyrus, involving a divorced man dying of cancer and his jaded ex-piano prodigy daughter visiting him in Georgia.



** KC and the Sunshine Band, Keyshia Cole, Tim McGraw, Def Leppard and Mitchell Musso all have unrelated songs called "Let It Go" as well.

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** KC and the Sunshine Band, Keyshia Cole, Tim McGraw, Def Leppard Leppard, Cavo, James Bay, and Mitchell Musso all have unrelated songs called "Let It Go" as well.



* The soundtrack to WizardsOfWaverlyPlace has THREE songs entitled "Magic" on it, each of which were marked by one or more asterisks matched to the artists who originally performed them. (The songs were originally performed by Music/TheCars, Pilot, and [[Film/{{Xanadu}} Olivia Newton-John]])

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* The soundtrack to WizardsOfWaverlyPlace has Music/SelenaGomez singing THREE songs entitled "Magic" on it, each of which were marked by one or more asterisks matched to the artists who originally performed them. (The songs were originally performed by Music/TheCars, Pilot, and [[Film/{{Xanadu}} Olivia Newton-John]])
20th Apr '17 7:42:26 AM Trueman001
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** "Up" is also the series title of a [[{{ITV}} Granada TV]] documentary series covering the lives of a group of British children, one documentary every seven years. The first showed the children at age 7, and was thus called "7-Up" -- which (probably not coincidentally) is also the name of a soft drink.
20th Apr '17 12:42:01 AM Trueman001
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* ''Film/{{Arrival}}'' (2016) and ''Film/TheArrival'' (1996) are both scifi films about aliens coming to Earth, but each have very different plots and aliens.

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* ''Film/{{Arrival}}'' (2016) and ''Film/TheArrival'' (1996) are both scifi films about aliens coming to Earth, but each have very different plots and aliens. There was also a group called Arrival which did a song called "I Will Survive", some years before the well-known song of the same name.
20th Apr '17 12:38:47 AM Trueman001
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*** There's also the [[WesternAnimation/Thesimpsons Simpsons]] episode "The Bart of War", named after the Sun Tzu book.

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*** There's also the [[WesternAnimation/Thesimpsons [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Simpsons]] episode "The Bart of War", named after the Sun Tzu book.
20th Apr '17 12:37:35 AM Trueman001
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*** There's also the [[WesternAnimation/Thesimpsons Simpsons]] episode "The Bart of War", named after the Sun Tzu book.
19th Apr '17 1:13:13 PM AreYouTyler
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* Mention "Arrested Development" today and people will think first and foremost of the sitcom. But there was a rap group in the '90s called Arrested Development. Although huge at their peak, they are mostly forgotten today.

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* Mention "Arrested Development" today and people will think first and foremost of [[Series/ArrestedDevelopment the sitcom. sitcom]]. But there was a rap group in the '90s called Arrested Development.Music/ArrestedDevelopment. Although huge at their peak, they are mostly forgotten today.
19th Apr '17 11:56:28 AM KagSwirby
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** An original song on said album was entitled '''VideoGame/PokemonGo'''.

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** An original song on said album was entitled '''VideoGame/PokemonGo'''.'''VideoGame/PokemonGo''', which is not to be confused with the cringy Misha one.
19th Apr '17 11:55:47 AM KagSwirby
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** An original song on said album was entitled '''VideoGame/PokemonGo'''.
19th Apr '17 11:48:54 AM KagSwirby
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* ''Pokémon X'' is either [[VideoGame/PokemonXAndY one half of the 3DS Kalos adventures]], [[http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Pokemon_X_(CD) a collection of English songs from the anime to commemorate the series' tenth anniversary]], [[Webcomic/PokemonX a sprite comic based on]] ''VideoGame/PokemonRubyAndSapphire'', or ''[[VideoGame/PokemonGoldAndSilver Pokémon Crystal]]'''s working title.



* ''Literature/ThePowerOfOne'' is both a book and its [[TheFilmOfTheBook film adaptation]] set in UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica during UsefulNotes/WorldWarTwo, and the English title of the second ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' movie, otherwise known as ''Anime/{{Pokemon 2000}}''.

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* ''Literature/ThePowerOfOne'' is both a book and book[[note]]and its [[TheFilmOfTheBook film adaptation]] adaptation]][[/note]] set in UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica during UsefulNotes/WorldWarTwo, and the English title of the second ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' movie, otherwise known as ''Anime/{{Pokemon 2000}}''.
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