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Dynamite (film)

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Director  Cecil B. DeMille
Production  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Language  English
7.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama
Cinematography  Peverell Marley
Country  United States
Dynamite (film) movie poster
Release date  December 13, 1929 (1929-12-13) (USA)
Writer  Jeanie Macpherson (by), John Howard Lawson (dialogue), Gladys Unger (dialogue), Jeanie Macpherson (dialogue)
Cast  Conrad Nagel (Roger Towne), Kay Johnson (Cynthia Crothers), Julia Faye (Marcia Towne), Joel McCrea (Marco), Charles Bickford (Hagon Derk), Muriel McCormac (Katie Derk)
Similar movies  Related Cecil B DeMille movies
Tagline  She Denied Him Her Love, So He Took It! She Stole His Name, Tricked Him, Humbled Him and - in the end - Worshipped Him!

Dynamite is a high explosive.


Dynamite may also refer to:

  • Dynamite Entertainment, an American comic book company
  • DynaMite (Bratz), a doll collection from the fashion doll brand
  • Dynamite (1929 film), directed by Cecil B. DeMille
  • Dynamite (2015 film), an Indian film
  • Dynamite (magazine), a children's magazine published from 1974 to 1992
  • Dynamite!!, a mixed martial arts and kickboxing event held annually at New Year's in Japan
  • Dynamite Kid (born 1958), a retired English professional wrestler
  • Dynamite, a 1988 board game by Parker Brothers
  • "Dyn-o-mite!", the catchphrase of J.J. Evans (Jimmie Walker) on the 1970s sitcom Good Times
  • Dyna-Mite, a character in Lego Agents
  • Dyna-Mite, a fictional character in the Marvel Comics Universe, now named Destroyer
  • Dynamite AC, an association football club from Haiti
  • Groupe Dynamite, clothing retailer
  • Ryan Day (born 1980), snooker player nicknamed Dynamite
  • Dixie Dymamite (born 1959), stage name for American professional wrestler Scott Armstrong
  • Dixie Dynamite, a 1976 American film
  • Dynamite, a sandwich similar to a Sloppy joe popular in New England
  • Places

  • Dynamite, Washington
  • Albums

  • Dynamite (The Supremes and the Four Tops album), 1971
  • Dynamite (Stina Nordenstam album), 1996
  • Dynamite (Jamiroquai album), or the title song (see below)
  • Dynamite (Jermaine Jackson album), see Jermaine Jackson (album)
  • Dynamite (Ike & Tina Turner album), 1963
  • Songs

  • "Dynamite" (Jamiroquai song)
  • "Dynamite" (fight song), the official fight song of Vanderbilt University
  • "Dynamite" (Desert Dolphins song)
  • "Dynamite" (Taio Cruz song)
  • "Dynamite" (China Anne McClain song), a song from Disney Channel's A.N.T Farm, (Originally performed by Taio Cruz)
  • "Dynamite" (Liza Fox song)
  • "Dynamite!" (Stacy Lattisaw song), by Stacy Lattisaw
  • "Dyna-mite", a 1973 song by Mud
  • "Dynomite" (song), a 1975 song by Bazuka
  • "Dynamite", a 1957 song by Brenda Lee
  • "Dynamite", a 1959 song by Cliff Richard and the Shadows on single "Travellin' Light" and as a stand-alone single
  • "Dynamite", a song by Christina Aguilera from the album Keeps Gettin' Better: A Decade of Hits
  • "Dynamite", a song by Jermaine Jackson from his self-titled 1985 album, Jermaine Jackson
  • "Dynamite", a song by Junior Senior from the 2003 album D-D-Don't Stop the Beat
  • "Dynamite", a song by Rod Stewart from the album Out of Order
  • "Dynamite", a song by the Scorpions from their 1982 album Blackout
  • "Dynamite", a song by Tokyo Jihen from the live album Dynamite Out
  • "Dynamite", a song by Afrojack featuring Snoop Dogg from Afrojack album Forget the World
  • "Dynamite", a song by Ozomatli from the game Happy Feet Two: The Video Game.
  • "Dynamite", a song by Shinee from the album Dream Girl – The Misconceptions of You.
  • "Dynamite", a song by VIXX from the album Zelos.
  • "Dynamite", a song by Nause
  • References

    Dynamite (disambiguation) Wikipedia
    Dynamite (film) IMDb Dynamite (film)

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