- Sleeping Beauty (disambiguation)
Sleeping Beauty" ("La Belle au Bois dormant" ("The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood")) is a classic fairy tale, and it also may refer to:
In music and theatre:
* "The Sleeping Beauty" (ballet), a ballet by Tchaikovsky, originally choreographed by Marius Petipa
* "La belle au bois dormant" (opera), an opera by Michele Carafa
The Sleeping Beauty (Live in Israel)", an album by Tiamat
* "Sleeping Beauty", a song by A Perfect Circle from "
Mer de Noms"
* "Sleeping Beauty" (1959 film), a Disney animated film
* "Sleeping Beauty" (1973 film), a film also known as "Some Call It Loving"
* "Sleeping Beauty" (1996 film), a direct-to-video animated film
* "The Sleeping Beauty" (1935 film), a cartoon in the Puppetoon series by George Pal, included in "
The Puppetoon Movie"
* "Sleeping Beauty" (1987 film), a 1987 film starring
* "Sleeping Beauty" ("Tornerose"), a Norwegian film in the
In other uses:
* "Sleeping Beauty" (Ross Macdonald novel)
* "Sleeping Beauty" (album), a comedy album by Cheech and Chong
The Sleeping Beauty (wax figure), a wax figure at Madame Tussauds in London
* "The Sleeping Beauty" (Taylor novel), a novel by the English writer Elizabeth Taylor
Sleeping Beauty Castle, a structure at the center of Disneyland Park and Hong Kong Disneyland Park
Sleeping Beauty Galaxy, a galaxy better known as the Black Eye Galaxy
Sleeping Beauty Mountain Provincial Park, a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada
Sleeping Beauty problem, a puzzle in probability
Sleeping Beauty Trilogy, three erotic novels by Anne Rice writing under the pseudonym A. N. Roquelaure
* Sleeping Beauty syndrome, which may refer to
Kleine-Levin syndromeor somnophilia
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