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If you write an article about one of these, or it turns into a it turns into a bluelink or greenlink on its own, please remove it from this list, unless it's a redirect. If that is the case, point that out. Please check that the blue link isn't a stub or e.g. movie page (now that there are no namespaces) before removing.
Sometimes a work has versions in more than one medium (for example, The Tick has comic book, animation, and live-action versions). If your example is like this, please list it under all the appropriate media, with the media type in brackets after the name (for example, [[The Tick (comic)]], [[The Tick (animation)]], and [[The Tick (television)]]), and create a disambiguation page with the name of the work (for example, The Tick).
These might work better as Useful Notes pages, rather than Works pages.
- Bells Are Ringing
- Detective Story
- Individual Gilbert and Sullivan shows:
- I Never Sang For My Father
- The Inspector General
- Million Dollar Quartet
- The Most Happy Fella
- Seven Against Thebes
- The Solid Gold Cadillac
- Strange Interlude
- The Teahouse Of The August Moon
- Too Many Girls (Rodgers and Hart musical made into a 1940 Lucille Ball movie)
- Torch Song Trilogy
- True West