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* Jim Steinman, writer of "It's All Coming Back to Me Now" which was [[CoveredUp famously recorded]] by Music/CelineDion, has cited ''Wuthering Heights'' as the inspiration. In particular, the scene in which Heathcliff digs up Catherine's corpse and dances with it in the moonlight. Yikes.

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* Jim Steinman, writer of "It's All Coming Back to Me Now" which was [[CoveredUp famously recorded]] by Music/CelineDion, has cited ''Wuthering Heights'' as the inspiration. In particular, the scene in which Heathcliff digs up Catherine's corpse and dances with it in the moonlight. Yikes.



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* Music/BreeSharp's hit song "David Duchovny" includes lines "David Duchovny hovering above me / American Heathcliff, brooding and comely".


* The writer of Music/CelineDion's "It's All Coming Back to Me Now" has cited ''Wuthering Heights'' as the inspiration. In particular, the scene in which Heathcliff digs up Catherine's corpse and dances with it in the moonlight. Yikes.

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* The Jim Steinman, writer of Music/CelineDion's "It's All Coming Back to Me Now" which was [[CoveredUp famously recorded]] by Music/CelineDion, has cited ''Wuthering Heights'' as the inspiration. In particular, the scene in which Heathcliff digs up Catherine's corpse and dances with it in the moonlight. Yikes.



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* The writer of Music/CelineDion's "It's All Coming Back to Me Now" has cited ''Wuthering Heights'' as the inspiration. In particular, the scene in which Heathcliff digs up Catherine's corpse and dances with it in the moonlight. Yikes.



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* Music/KateBush's "Wuthering Heights", sung as by Cathy to Heathcliff.

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* In Episode 18 of ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool'', Mackenzie Zales references reading this book on a Nook (or her not wanting to, thereof).

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* The Music/{{Genesis}} album ''Wind & Wuthering'' takes part of its name from the book's title, and two (consecutive) tracks on the album are titled "Unquiet Slumbers for the Sleepers..." and "...In That Quiet Earth", as a reference to the book's closing line.

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* ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'': One episode had an adaptation of ''Wuthering Heights'' with all the characters making flag signals.


* In the fourth ''Manga/LupinIII'' anime, ''A Woman Named Fujiko Mine'', the opening is dedicated to a reference to ''Wuthering Heights''. One episode includes it as part of the story.

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* In the fourth ''Manga/LupinIII'' anime, ''A Woman Named Fujiko Mine'', ''Anime/LupinIIITheWomanCalledFujikoMine'', the opening is dedicated to a reference to ''Wuthering Heights''. One episode includes it as part of the story.


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* In ''Series/AlloAllo'', the flight lieutenants Carstairs and Fairfax discuss that they should surrender to Germans than suffer hidden with incompetent Resistance members like René. They say they might want to get to a proper camp and get a part in production of ''Wuthering Heights''. One of them says he would make a good Heathcliff, though the other says he might be asked to shave his moustache and play Cathy.
* The book is discussed in ''Series/{{Friends}}'' when Phoebe is taking literature classes.
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* In the fourth Manga/LupinIII anime, A Woman Named Fujiko Mine, the opening is dedicated to a reference to Wuthering Heights. One episode includes it as part of the story.

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* In the fourth Manga/LupinIII ''Manga/LupinIII'' anime, A ''A Woman Named Fujiko Mine, Mine'', the opening is dedicated to a reference to Wuthering Heights. ''Wuthering Heights''. One episode includes it as part of the story.story.

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* In the fourth Manga/LupinIII anime, A Woman Named Fujiko Mine, the opening is dedicated to a reference to Wuthering Heights. One episode includes it as part of the story.

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