Holiday (disambiguation)


Holiday (disambiguation)

A holiday is a special day of rest. Holiday can also refer to:
*One of The Holidays, a period of commonly celebrated holidays, such as the winter holiday season in North America
*A vacation
*Holiday, Florida, a census-designated place in Pasco County, Florida, USA
*MS "Holiday", a Holiday Class cruise ship
*Holiday (comics), the name coined for the killer in "Batman: The Long Halloween"

Music

*Billie Holiday, an American singer
*Holiday (1990s band), a United States indie-pop group active from 1992-1997
*Holiday Records, a record label
*"Holiday" (album), an album by The Magnetic Fields
*"Holiday" (America album), an album by America
*Holiday (Dilana song)
*Holiday (Madonna song)
*Holiday (Green Day song)
*Holiday (Bee Gees song)
*Holiday (Weezer song)
*Holiday (Scorpions song)
*Holiday (Haylie Duff song)
*Holiday (Jet song)
*Holiday (Nazareth song) from the band's 11th studio album Malice in Wonderland

Films and television

*"Holiday" (1930 film), starring Ann Harding and Mary Astor
*"Holiday" (1938 film), starring Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant—a remake of the 1930 film
*"The Holiday" (2006 film), starring Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet, Jude Law and Jack Black
*"Jour de Fête" (alternately titled "Holiday" in English), a 1949 French comedy film by Jacques Tati
*"Holiday Affair", starring Robert Mitchum and Janet Leigh
*"Holiday Inn" (film), starring Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire
*"Last Holiday" (2006 film), starring Queen Latifah - a remake of the 1950 film
*"Last Holiday" (1950 film), starring Alec Guinness
*"Roman Holiday" (1953 film), starring Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn
*"Holiday" (TV series), the BBC's travel review show
*"Holiday" (Stargate SG-1), an episode of the television series "Stargate SG-1"

Metallurgy

*Holiday (metallurgy), a discontinuity in a coating on rebar that is not visible.

Other Uses

*Holiday (appliances) - appliance brand that was owned by Maytag


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