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->''"It will be called ''Literature/HarryPotter and''... something. Catchy, don't you think? And I think I'll follow the same model for [[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows seven]]."''
-->-- '''Creator/JKRowling''' (on the title of the [[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheHalfBloodPrince sixth book]] before it was announced)

This is a standard way to name individual works in a loosely-linked series; it is currently most common in childrens' books. Frequently the noun phrase in question will be of TheXOfY form.

A common variant is to use the possessive instead of "and the", giving Character Name's Noun Phrase or Character Name and his Noun Phrase.

If ever bored, amuse yourself by taking the "And The Noun Phrase" part and adding it to a different "Character Name". For instance: ''Indiana Jones and the Chocolate Factory''. Another variation is to add the title of a movie that ''doesn't'' follow this pattern to a Character Name from a series that ''does'': ''Indiana Jones and the Minority Report''. (Inspired by the retitled video releases of ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk''.)

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!!Examples:

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[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'', for an example of the possessive variant. The protagonist changes from storyline to storyline, but they are all nicknamed [=JoJo=].
* ''Manga/{{Yotsuba}}'', though it's the titles of the individual chapters instead of the volumes.
* Most of the episodes of the ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura'' anime have Japanese titles that begin with "Sakura and..."
* This was also the case for several of the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' movies (''Anime/PokemonLucarioAndTheMysteryOfMew'', ''Anime/PokemonRangerAndTheTempleOfTheSea'', ''Anime/PokemonGiratinaAndTheSkyWarrior'', ''Anime/PokemonArceusAndTheJewelOfLife'') and a two-part special (''VideoGame/PokemonRanger and the Kidnapped Riolu!''). The character named in the title is usually a [[SecondaryCharacterTitle secondary character]] exclusive to the film (the main characters are always Ash and his friends), often a rare or legendary Pokemon that would be out of place in a regular episode.
* ''LightNovel/SpiceAndWolf'' (also known in Japan as ''Wolf and Spice'') has each episode titled "Wolf and" something relating to the episode.
* ''LightNovel/OokamiSan'': Every one of the LightNovels and episodes of the anime series are titled ''Ookami-san and [something]''.
* The translated novels of ''LightNovel/BookGirl'' all use this, with "Book Girl" for the name and "Suicidal Mime," "Famished Spirit," "Captive Fool," etc. for the Noun Phrase.
* Many of the ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'' movies have titles beginning with "Nobita and..." The possessive variation is also common (with Nobita), Nobita being the boy who the titular Doraemon has been sent from the future to aid.
* ''Manga/YamadaKunAndTheSevenWitches'', [[spoiler: though it has become an ArtifactTitle since it was revealed that there are in fact 14 witches at a time, and they are regularly replaced, making the number of witches the titular Yamada has met/will meet no less than 21]].
* ''Anime/JackAndTheWitch'', an anime movie made by Toei in the 1960s.
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[[folder:Comicbooks]]
* The first volume of ''ComicBook/TheUnwritten'' is titled "Tommy Taylor and the Bogus Identity". The in-universe Tommy Taylor novels also follow this naming pattern, more likely than not to specifically evoke the ''Literature/HarryPotter'' series.
* Bryan Lee O'Malley's ''ComicBook/ScottPilgrim'' series uses the character's name in all six volume titles - the strictest example of this trope is the third volume, ''Scott Pilgrim & the Infinite Sadness''. Which, in turn is a reference to Music/TheSmashingPumpkins album titled in the same format (''Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness'').
* ''Uncle Sam and the Comicbook/FreedomFighters''
* ''[[Comicbook/HowlingCommandos Sergeant Fury and the Howling Commandos]]''
* ''ComicBook/BatmanAndTheOutsiders''
* ''Wolverine and the X-Men''
* The ''ComicBook/AtomicRobo'' series. The first collection is ''Atomic Robo and the Fightin' Scientists of Tesladyne''.
* A lot of the ''ComicBook/{{Asterix}}'' books have this format: ''Asterix and the Golden Sickle'', ''Asterix and the Chieftain's Shield'', etc. (It was considerably rarer in the original French, though).
* ''Franchise/{{Tintin}}'' avoided this trope until the series' final two albums, ''Tintin and the Picaros'' and the unfinished ''Tintin and Alpha-Art''.
* Italian [[ComicBook/DisneyMouseAndDuckComics Disney comic stories]] (and Italian translations of Disney comics from other languages) use such titles all the time.
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[[folder:Fairy Tales]]
* ''Literature/CatherineAndHerFate'' Doubles as NameAndName, since the fate is an AnthropomorphicPersonification.
* ''Literature/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'': Snow White is a hunted princess who finds refuge with the dwarfs.
* ''Literature/GoldilocksAndTheThreeBears'' In which a young girl named Goldilocks wanders into the house of a family of three bears, eating their food and sleeping on their furniture while the bears are out.
* King Midas and the Golden Touch: The protagonist, King Midas, wishes that everything he touches would turn to gold, hence giving he himself a magic touch.
* Aladdin and the Magic Lamp: Protagonist Aladdin finds a magical lamp which contains a genie that will grant him three wishes.
* Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves
* Literature/{{Cinderella}} and the Glass Slipper: Cinderella, a young woman being raised by her cruel stepmother, goes to a royal ball wearing magical clothes and falls in love with the prince. At the end of the night they vanish, with the exception of her shoes, two glass slippers, one of which was inadvertently left at the palace, and which is the prince's only clue to her identity.
* Literature/JackAndTheBeanstalk: Gullible Jack trades his cow for magic beans, which grow into a giant beanstalk. Jack climbs the beanstalk into the clouds and an adventure ensues.
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[[folder:Fan Fiction]]
* ''FanFic/ScottPilgrimVsSnowFlowerAndTheSecretHallPass''. Played straight, since the title is a parody of Literature/SnowFlowerAndTheSecretFan.
* ''Fanfic/HarryPotterAndTheMethodsOfRationality'', of course.
* ''Fanfic/CourtneyAndTheViolinOfDespair'', with the noun phrase naming the story's ArtifactOfDeath. In addition, this ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'' story ends with a {{sequel hook}} for a story that (if it ever gets written) would obviously be called, "Courtney and the Violin of Doom".
* The ''Fanfic/EmpathTheLuckiestSmurf'' story "Empath And The Red-Nosed Reindeer".
* Every chapter of ''FanFic/MyLittleWesker'' follows the naming scheme "Albert Wesker and (the) [phrase]".
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[[folder:Films -- Animated]]
* The third movie in Disney's ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' trilogy was called ''Disney/AladdinAndTheKingOfThieves''.
* The Disney version of ''[[Disney/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh Winnie the Pooh]]'' ('and the Honey Tree', 'Blustery Day', etc.).
* A few of the Franchise/{{Barbie}} [[DirecttoVideo Direct to DVD]] movies follow this pattern: ''WesternAnimation/BarbieAndTheDiamondCastle'', ''WesternAnimation/BarbieAndTheMagicOfPegasus'', ''WesternAnimation/BarbieAndTheThreeMusketeers''. Barbie is the main character though it is rarely the same version of Barbie from film to film; usually the minor details vary to be more suited to the plot and storyline.
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[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* Done in countries which put an "007" in the title of all ''Film/JamesBond'' films (''007 and the Film/{{Goldfinger}}'' etc.).
* ''Chu Chu and the Philly Flash''
* ''Franchise/IndianaJones''. Even ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk'' has been retconned into ''Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark''.
* ''SarahLandonAndTheParanormalHour''.
* ''Film/SkyCaptainAndTheWorldOfTomorrow''
* ''Film/DrWhoAndTheDaleks''.
* ''Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold''
* ''Film/HedwigAndTheAngryInch''
* ''Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail''
* Canadian children's film ''Tommy Tricker and the Stamp Traveller''.
* ''Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine'', and its sequel ''Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs''.
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[[folder:Literature]]
* Every book and short story in ''Literature/FeliksNetAndNika'' series has title starting with ''Feliks, Net & Nika and...''
* Many of Creator/EdgarRiceBurroughs' Literature/{{Tarzan}} novels, starting with the fifth, ''Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar''.
* ''Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No-Good, Very Bad Day''
* ''Discworld/TheAmazingMauriceAndHisEducatedRodents'' by Creator/TerryPratchett.
* After the first, the ''Literature/ArtemisFowl'' books follow this form. They were originally subtitles, but have switched to the "and the" format since the new covers came out.
* Creator/RoaldDahl titled some of his books like this (''Literature/CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory'', ''Literature/JamesAndTheGiantPeach'').
* The Danny Dunn books
* Almost all [[Literature/DoctorWhoNovelisations Target novelisations]] of ''Series/DoctorWho'' published between 1973 and 1982 insisted on the 'Doctor Who and the' format. This occasionally required retitling the story to make it fit, as when "Spearhead from Space" became ''Doctor Who and the Auton Invasion'', or "The Moonbase" became ''Doctor Who and the Cybermen''. The practice probably stems from the fact that the scripts were usually titled "Doctor Who and The Whatever" with the first part dropped from the onscreen titles. [[IAmNotShazam His name isn't "Doctor Who", anyway]], so none of these titles make sense, but that doesn't stop them.
* Some of the ''Literature/EncyclopediaBrown'' books follow this format strictly (e.g., ''Encyclopedia Brown and the Case of the Dead Eagles''), while others deviate slightly (''Encyclopedia Brown Strikes Again''). The ones that name a specific element always use one of the cases in the book as the noun phrase.
* ''Literature/TheUnderlandChronicles'' starts off with ''Gregor the Overlander'', then continues to ''Gregor and the Prophecy of Bane'', then ''Curse of the Warmbloods'', and so on.
* ''Literature/HarryPotter'' uses this for all 7 books, following the pattern of the titular Harry and a location, item, or character around which the central conflict of that particular book forms.
* Harry Potter is spoofed in the ''Literature/BarryTrotter'' parody trilogy: ''Barry Trotter and the Shameless/Unauthorized Parody'', ''Barry Trotter and the Unnecessary Sequel'', and ''Barry Trotter and the Dead Horse''.
* Harry Potter is again similarly spoofed in the science-fiction webzine "Axxón" in a fake book review, where the main character is called "Hewlett Packard" and some titles (translated from Spanish) are: ''Hewlett Packard and the Cold-Storage Chamber'', ''Hewlett Packard and [[WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones the Loyal Order of Water Buffaloes]]'', ''Hewlett Packard and the Recalcitrant Bastard''. More (in Spanish) [[http://axxon.com.ar/rev/160/c-160bibliorata.htm here]].
** Another suggestion, courtesy of the author of ''Webcomic/GetMedieval'': [[http://www.ainself.net/irony/get_medieval/truestory1.gif random historical events.]] [[http://get-medieval.livejournal.com/80883.html It works quite well.]]
* Argentinian author Sebastián Lalaurette's first two books were titled ''Rodrigo y el libro sin final'' (''Rodrigo and the unfinished book'') and ''Naím y el mago fugitivo'' (''Naím and the runaway wizard''). The third one, ''Bellacrín y la Sombra'' (''Bellacrín and the Shadow''), is a slight variation in that is uses just a noun instead of a noun phrase.
* Subtly subverted (or inverted?) in Creator/CSLewis's ''Literature/TheHorseAndHisBoy''. It seems he was spoofing the '[[PonyTale pony-book]] public'. (''Literature/TheLionTheWitchAndTheWardrobe'' is a shout-out to Creator/ENesbit novels with similar titles.)
* ''Jacob Two-Two and the Hooded Fang'' and its sequel ''Jacob Two-Two and the Dinosaur'', by Mordecai Richler.
* ''Literature/KittyNorville'': The first, fourth, and fifth books in Carrie Vaughn's series (''Kitty and the Midnight Hour'', ''Kitty and the Silver Bullet'', and ''Kitty and the Dead Man's Hand'', respectively.) Books two and three are variants of this (''Kitty Goes to Washington'' and ''Kitty Takes a Holiday'').
* ''TheSnarkoutBoys and the Avocado of Death'' and ''The Snarkout Boys and the Baconburg Horror'' by Creator/DanielPinkwater.
* The Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse:
** ''Literature/LukeSkywalkerAndTheShadowsOfMindor''. The book mentions a number of in-universe pulp adventures that also use this trope in their title. It's {{lampshade|Hanging}}d, as at the end [[spoiler:[[LiteraryAgentHypothesis it's suggested that the novel itself was one of those adventures.]] It's apparently the published version, following the revisions Luke demanded, as none of his grievances were actually in the novel.]]
** The ''Lando Calrissian Adventures'' trilogy follows the more specific formula "Lando Calrissian and the Compound Noun of Place": ''Mindharp of Sharu'', ''Flamewind of Oseon'', and ''Starcave of Thonboka''.
** Han Solo had one: ''Han Solo and the Lost Legacy''.
** The German translation of ''{{Literature/Shatterpoint}}'' [[CompletelyDifferentTitle was titled]] "Mace Windu und die Armee der Klone" ("Mace Windu and the army of clones"). [[NonindicativeName The clones are actually just side characters who don't appear until relatively late in the story]].
* Quite popular in ''WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine'', with episodes such as "James and the Red Balloon" or "Toby and the Stout Gentleman". In recent years, a lot of them are of the form "Thomas and the...".
* The first two sets of ''Literature/TomSwift'' books are all named according to the pattern ''TomSwift and His [noun phrase]'', and are probably the UrExample.
* The ''Literature/TrixieBelden'' series
* ''Literature/ChildrenOfTheRedKing'' - in the U.S., all but the first book follow this pattern. In the U.K., only the later ones do.
* ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians: Subtitle Here'' x5 . Creator/RickRiordan announced in October 2014 that he was returning to this name format with his fourth series, ''Literature/MagnusChaseAndTheGodsOfAsgard''.
* ''Literature/NancyDrew'' books often have titles like this where the case is the noun phrase. The video games often follow the pattern as well. The titles use elements of Nancy, a detective's, cases that are central to each case.
* The vast majority of ''Literature/{{Biggles}}'' books fall into this category.
* OlderThanPrint: ''Literature/SirGawainAndTheGreenKnight'', a Myth/KingArthur tale written in the 14th century.
* ''Literature/TheBabySittersClub'' series loved this trope.
* Creator/StephenKing's "Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption".
* Lisa See's ''Literature/SnowFlowerAndTheSecretFan''.
* ''Literature/HaroldAndThePurpleCrayon''
* Children's novels ''Alex and the Ironic Gentleman'' and ''Timothy and the Dragon's Gate'' by Adrienne Kress.
* Most (but not all) of ''Literature/TheBerenstainBears''' original series is in the format "The Berenstain Bears and the X Y."
* Erich Kästner's ''Literature/EmilAndTheDetectives'' was followed by a sequel, ''Emil and the Three Twins''. His later book ''The Little Man'' was followed by ''The Little Man and the Little Miss''.
* ''Literature/SsaliaAndTheDragonsOfAvienot''.
* Every book in the ''Literature/LuckyStarr'' series [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness except the first]] is called ''Lucky Starr and [[TheXOfY the [Noun] of [Solar System locale]]]''.
* The four books of the [[Literature/AlcatrazSeries Hushland biographies of Alcatraz Smedry]] ''Alcatraz Versus The Evil Librarians'', ''Alcatraz Versus The Scrivener's Bones'', ''Alcatraz Versus The Knights of Crystallia'', and ''Alcatraz Versus The Shattered Lens.''.
* ''Literature/MarkDelewenAndTheSpacePirates''.
* Stretching the definition of "character" a bit, but the non-fiction book ''T. Rex and the Crater of Doom'', about the Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event, is clearly intended to evoke the trope.
* P.G. Wodehouse's Jeeves short stories frequently have such titles ("Jeeves and the Impending Doom," "Jeeves and the Old School Chum," etc.)
* ''Literature/DaveBarrySleptHere'' has a list of fifties rock bands which includes "Buster and the Harpoons" and "Bill [[GagWords Hawley and the Smoots]]."
* [[Franchise/IndianaJones ''Indiana Jones and the Philosopher's Stone'']] which predates the similarly named Harry Potter novel by two years.
* Literature/WarriorCats has a lot of these, of the "Character's Noun" variant. The Super Editions (extra-long standalone books) and the [[WarriorCatsNovellas novellas]] all have this kind of title. Listing them all would be problematic, due to the [[SpoilerTitle spoilers]], but examples include ''Bluestar's Prophecy'', ''Moth Flight's Vision'', ''Cloudstar's Journey'', and ''Yellowfang's Secret''.
* Every single one of G.M. Berrow's ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' books.
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[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* [[IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming All episodes]] of ''Series/{{Monk}}'' have titles like "Mr. Monk and the [noun phrase]". This was {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in an episode when an [[StalkerWithACrush obsessed fan]] mentions she wrote a FanFic with a title along these lines.
* All episodes of ''Series/{{Joey}}'' were titled "Joey and the [noun phrase]".
* ''Series/RogerAndTheRottentrolls''.
* ''Series/CaptainPowerAndTheSoldiersOfTheFuture''
* ''Series/JohnnyAndTheSprites''
* ''Series/TwoBrokeGirls'' combines this with EpisodeFinishesTheTitle (where the episode name constitutes the "and the Noun Phrase" part).
* Just about every episode of the British courtroom mystery series ''Series/RumpoleOfTheBailey'' had its title in the form of "Rumpole and the...".
* ''The Ghost and Mrs. Muir'' put the trope into reverse.
* During the Classic era of ''Series/DoctorWho'', scripts were often titled internally with a "Dr. Who and the..." format to prevent them getting mixed up with the scripts for other shows - so you'd have scripts called things like "Dr. Who and the Slave Traders" (part of "The Romans") or "Dr. Who and the Temple of Evil" (part of "The Aztecs"), and, as [[IAmNotShazam the character's name is not "Dr. Who"]], broadcast as "The Slave Traders" and "The Temple of Evil". This practice did leak into the show twice by accident - the first time was when the series abandoned the practice of titling each episode in favour of titling each serial, causing some internal confusion, so the [[OnTheNext Next Episode title]] at the end of "The Gunfighters" was shown as "Dr. Who and The Savages", though it was fixed in the serial itself. The second time was just a slip-up, and led to a Jon Pertwee story being called "Dr. Who and the Silurians" for the whole way through. The "Dr. Who and the..." titles have been used occasionally in the ExpandedUniverse as an IntentionallyAwkwardTitle designed to evoke feelings of FanDumb (such as the audio drama "Dr. Who and the Pirates") as well as the occasional CanonDiscontinuity (as in ''Film/DrWhoAndTheDaleks'', which starred a human time traveller named Dr. Who).
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[[folder:Music]]
* Long John and the Silver Beetles (after Buddy Holly and the Crickets), before shortening their name to Music/TheBeatles.
* Prior to being just The Beatles, they were back-up under the billing Tony Sheridan And The Beatles.
* Bill Haley and his Comets.
* Music/DavidBowie's ''Music/TheRiseAndFallOfZiggyStardustAndTheSpidersFromMars'', possibly his best-remembered album.
* [[Music/MarcBolan T.Rex]], featuring Bowie's pal Marc Bolan, put out an obscure LP called ''Zinc Alloy and the Hidden Riders of Tomorrow,'. The title plays on Bolan's late 60's plan that if T. Rex did not work out as a band to adopt the name "Zinc Alloy" for continued music-making; a name which partially inspired the persona of Ziggy Stardust. For reasons that may have to do with label mandate "Marc Bolan and T.Rex" was put on the album cover as well. The inclusion of "...And the Hidden Riders of Tomorrow" is most likely a tongue-in-cheek nod to Bowie's successful album.
* [[Creator/MarkWahlberg Marky Mark]] and the Funky Bunch.
* Music/TheSmashingPumpkins's ''Melon Collie and the Infinite Sadness.''
* Music/HootieAndTheBlowfish. Subverted in that "Hootie" is not a character name, even if a lot of people think it is.
* Parodied by the groups ''Jump 'n' The Saddle'' and ''Phil 'n' The Blanks''.
* "By-Tor and the Snow Dog", a famous Music/{{Rush}} song.
* Music/EltonJohn has the song "Benny and the Jets" and the album ''Capt. Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy''.
* The Supremes later became "Diana Ross and the Supremes".
* Red Nickels and his Five Pennies.
* [[Music/FleetwoodMac Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac]], before Peter Green left the group
* Music/TearsForFears' ''Raoul and the Kings of Spain'' and "Johnny Panic and the Bible of Dreams."
* George Thorogood and the (Delaware) Destroyers (of "Bad to the Bone" fame)
* Huey Lewis and the News
* Adam and the Ants
* During the Big Band era, many acts were billed as "[Name of Bandleader] and His Orchestra."
* Mexican Group Beto y Sus Canarios (Beto and His Canaries)
* Siouxsie and the Banshees
* Lil Jon and the Eastside Boyz
* DJ Jazzy Jeff and [[Creator/WillSmith The Fresh Prince]] (also a NameAndName example, although The Fresh Prince was the actual rapper [[note]]In fact one of their albums even states this very fact ("He's the DJ, I'm the Rapper.")[[/note]])
* Dion and the Belmonts (although Dion wasn't originally a member)
* The same goes for (Frankie Lymon and) the Teenagers.
* Music/PeterAndTheWolf
* Music/BobMarley and the Wailers. Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers
* Music/{{Prince}} and the Revolution[[note]]"The Revolution" was actually his touring band.[[/note]] Prince and the New Power Generation
* Bruce Hornsby and the Range (best known for their song "(That's Just) The Way it is"[[note]]Which may be better known to hip hip fans as having been [[SampledUp sampled]] by [[Music/TupacShakur 2Pac]] for his posthumous song "Changes".[[/note]])
* Music/QuestionMarkAndTheMysterians , of 1966's "96 Tears" fame
* Music/CaptainBeefheart and his Magic Band
* Dr Hook and the Medicine Show of "Cover of The Rolling Stone" fame, before they shortened their name to just Dr. Hook.
* Music/EchoAndTheBunnymen of "The Killing Moon" Fame
* Jonathan Richman and Music/TheModernLovers is what a good portion of the Modern Lovers albums are labeled as.
* Punk band Richard Hell and the Voidoids,
* Jaron and the Long Road to Love, a solo project of Jaron Lowenstein.
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[[folder: Mythology and Religion]]
* From Literature/TheBible, we have "Noah and the Ark" (more popularly known as "Noah's Ark"), a story of Earth's last good human being and his family being saved from a flood after God instructs them to build a giant ark and pile all the animals on Earth into it.
* From Greek Mythology, we have "Pandora's Box". Pandora, a human woman, receives a mysterious box as a wedding present with firm instructions to never open it. Curiosity eventually gets the better of her and she opens the box.
* Myth/KingArthur and the (12) Knights of the Round Table.
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[[folder:Newspaper Comics]]
* ''[[ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes Hamster Huey and the Gooey Kablooie]]''! As well as the lesser known ''Commander Coriander Salamander and 'er Singlehander Bellylander''.
* ''The Captain and the Kids'' (original title: The Katzenjammer Kids)
* ''ComicStrip/TerryAndThePirates''
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[[folder:Pinball]]
* ''[[Pinball/CaptainFantastic Capt. Fantastic And The Brown Dirt Cowboy]]'', named after the Music/EltonJohn album of the same title.
* ''[[Pinball/DrDude Dr. Dude and his Excellent Ray]]''
* ''Pinball/AsteroidAnnieAndTheAliens''
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[[folder:Radio]]
* ''Benjamin Sniddlegrass and the Cauldron of Penguins'', the title invented by Creator/MarkKermode when reviewing the ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'' film and pointing out its similarities with ''Literature/HarryPotter''.
* Some of Creator/BigFinish's Franchise/BerniceSummerfield audios and novels have titles of the format "Professor Bernice Summerfield and...". Given that she's a former ''Series/DoctorWho'' companion ''and'' an AdventurerArchaeologist, this is likely intended to reflect both the Target novelisations and ''Franchise/IndianaJones''.
* ''Radio/HamishAndDougal'''s Indy parody has the title "Inverurie Jones and the Thimble of Doom".
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[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* The pulp RoleplayingGame ''TabletopGame/SpiritOfTheCentury'' [[http://www.evilhat.com/home/?page_id=103 ]] has players collaborate to come up with stories between their characters, using this or a few other 'old-style' penny-dreadful varieties.
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[[folder:Theatre]]
* ''Theatre/JosephAndTheAmazingTechnicolorDreamcoat'', which is based upon a biblical story about a well liked and pious man named Joseph who receives a fantastic multicolored coat.
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[[folder:Videogames]]
* ''VideoGame/HenryHatsworthInThePuzzlingAdventure'' for the DS mixes it up a bit.
* ''Franchise/ProfessorLayton and the (thing that is going to cause Layton and Luke a world of trouble)''
* With the ''VideoGame/SonicStorybookSeries'', we have games like ''Sonic and the Secret Rings'' and ''Sonic and the Black Knight''.
* ''VideoGame/LufiaAndTheFortressOfDoom''.
* ''VideoGame/BillyHatcherAndTheGiantEgg''. Billy Hatcher, who coincidentally has a PunnyName that makes him perfect for the task at hand, and his friends are called upon to save a bunch of birds in their home world from darkness. The powers he receives to do so involve the ability to create and push around giant eggs.
* ''VideoGame/ABoyAndHisBlob'', original and remake.
* ''Max and the Magic Marker''
* Franchise/{{Kirby}} games have used this a few times, using the MacGuffin in the noun phrase, including ''VideoGame/KirbyAndTheAmazingMirror'' and ''VideoGame/KirbyAndTheRainbowCurse'', also known as ''Kirby and the Rainbow Paintbrush'' [[MarketBasedTitle in Europe]]
* ''[[VideoGame/TheBizarreAdventuresOfWoodruffAndTheSchnibble Woodruff and the Schnibble of Azimuth]]''
* ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands 2}}'' use this with their DLC. Examples include "Mad Moxxi's Underdome Riot" and "Claptrap's Robot Revolution" from the first game as well as "Captain Scarlett and her Pirate's Booty", "Mr. Torgue's Campaign of Carnage", and "Sir Hammerlock's Big Game Hunt" from the sequel.
* ''VideoGame/CaptainAmericaAndTheAvengers''
* ''Kid Kool and the Quest for the Seven Wonder Herbs''
* ''VideoGame/TakAndThePowerOfJuju''
* ''P.P. Hammer and his Pneumatic Weapon''
* ''VideoGame/MarlowBriggsAndTheMaskOfDeath''
* ''VideoGame/ZakMcKrackenAndTheAlienMindbenders''
* ''VideoGame/PierSolarAndTheGreatArchitects''
* ''Mr. Robot and his Robot Factory''
* ''VideoGame/PacManAndTheGhostlyAdventures''
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[[folder:Webcomics]]
* The ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' bound collections ([[WordOfGod Kaja Foglio]] [[http://kajafoglio.livejournal.com/113053.html has said]] that this is a ShoutOut to ''Tom Swift''); in the series itself, the Heterodyne Boys books are apparently all titled like this.
** Incidentally, the "Heterodyne Boys" appears to be a reference to ''Literature/TheHardyBoys'' series, which was from the same [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stratemeyer_Syndicate StrateMeyer Syndicate]] as ''Tom Swift''.
* In ''Webcomic/{{Narbonic}}'', storylines featuring Lupin "Wolf" Madblood were often titled like this. ("Professor Madblood and the Doppelganger Gambit", "Professor Madblood and the Lovelace Affair", etc.)
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* All the Phase novels in the Literature/WhateleyUniverse have titles like this. "Ayla and the Late Trevor James Goodkind", "Ayla and the Blackmailer", ...
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* ''WesternAnimation/CaptainPlanetAndThePlaneteers''. The protagonists in the case are the noun phrase, the Planeteers, five kids who traveled the world educating people (and the audience at home) about the importance of taking care of the environment. The superhero Captain Planet himself could, and would, be summoned by the Planeteers at least once per episode to deal with a particularly dire threat, but he is only the focus of the action for a minute or two.
* ''[[WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse1983 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe]]''. WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic's review of the live-action movie (called ''Film/MastersOfTheUniverse'', weirdly enough) featured many parody renamings throughout, including He-Man and the Mystic Time Travellers of the Oingo Boingo.
* ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'' as a possessive. The show was about boy genius Dexter who had an extensive secret laboratory hidden under his parents house, and his attempts to keep his parents from discovering it and his mischievous sister from causing trouble in it.
* One of the 1980's WesternAnimation/StrawberryShortcake specials was called ''WesternAnimation/StrawberryShortcake and the [[NoNameGiven Baby Without a Name]]."
* ''WesternAnimation/FatAlbertAndTheCosbyKids''
* Every episode of the ''Disney/{{Hercules}}'' animated series was "Hercules and the (insert noun phrase here)"
* ''WesternAnimation/JosieAndThePussycats''.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}} and the Holograms'' (although both the show, and the toyline accompanying it are simply named ''Jem''). One episode involved an elderly singer named Bobby Bailey who was once the lead singer of "Bobby Bailey and the Tornadoes".
* ''WesternAnimation/HeathcliffAndTheCatillacCats'', though this title was never used on screen. The show itself is simply called "Heathcliff", with The Catillac Cats identified on screen as "Cats And Company."
* Many ''WesternAnimation/{{Franklin}}'' stories are titled this way. Additionally, the CGI follow-up is titled ''Franklin and Friends''.
* Every episode of Nickelodeon's ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'' is titled this way, and almost every episode of the Disney version.
* The ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' episode "Read it and Weep" has Rainbow Dash getting into a series of books about an AdventurerArchaeologist pegasus named JustForFun/DaringDo, all of which apparently follow this pattern: the first two books are "Daring Do and the Quest for the Sapphire Statue" and "Daring Do and the Griffon's Goblet".
* A number of the ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' made-for-video animated movies follow this (''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheWitchsGhost'', ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheLochNessMonster'', ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheSamuraiSword,'' etc.)
* ''WesternAnimation/HollyHobbieAndFriends''
* Nearly every episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfTarzan'', even when the episode isn't based on a novel that did it.
* About half the episodes of ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' are named this way.
* ''Franchise/AlvinAndTheChipmunks'' (sometimes billed as simply "The Chipmunks")
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' gives us "Good-Time Slim, Uncle Doobie, and the Great Frisco Freak-Out", [[ShowWithinAShow a film]] starring Troy [=McClure=].
* ''WesternAnimation/CaptainSimianAndTheSpaceMonkeys''
* ''WesternAnimation/KingArthurAndTheKnightsOfJustice''
* ''WesternAnimation/PrincessGwenevereAndTheJewelRiders'' (known outside the U.S. as "Starla and the Jewel Riders"), a toy tie-in which features a group of women, the "Jewel Riders" who bonded to magical animals and fought evil with their help.
* ''WesternAnimation/TenkoAndTheGuardiansOfTheMagic'' ([[CelebrityToons starring]] real life magician Princess Tenko)
* The MGM short ''Tom Turkey and his Harmonica Humdingers''
* ''WesternAnimation/CaptainCavemanAndTheTeenAngels''
* ''WesternAnimation/GooberAndTheGhostChasers''
* ''WesternAnimation/WheelieAndTheChopperBunch''
* ''WesternAnimation/JamieAndTheMagicTorch''
* ''WesternAnimation/DogtanianAndTheThreeMuskehounds''
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