Flesh and Blood
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Flesh and Blood may refer to:
- Flesh and Blood (Roxy Music album), 1980
- Flesh & Blood (Poison album), 1990
- Flesh and Blood (Maddy Prior album), a 1997 album by Maddy Prior
- Flesh and Blood (No Innocent Victim album), 1999
- "Flesh and Blood", a song by Solomon Burke from his 2002 album Don't Give Up on Me
- "Flesh and Blood" (Wilson Phillips song), 1992
- "Flesh 'N Blood", a 1989 song by Oingo Boingo written for the film Ghostbusters II
- "Flesh and Blood" (Johnny Cash song), 1970
- Flesh and Blood (Mike Peters album), 2000
- Flesh & Blood (John Butler Trio album), 2014
- Flesh and Blood (novel), a 2001 novel by American author Jonathan Kellerman
- Flesh and Blood, a 2004 novel by Australian author Jackie French. It is also known as Blood Will Tell.
- Flesh & Blood, a 1994 novel by Graham Masterton
- Flesh and Blood, a novel by American author Pete Hamill
- Flesh and Blood (John Harvey novel), a novel by British author John Harvey
- Flesh and Blood, a novel by Scottish author Reay Tannahill
- Flesh and Blood, a novel by Michael Cunningham
Television and film
- Flesh and Blood (1922 film), a film starring Lon Chaney, Sr.
- Flesh and Blood (1951 film), a 1951 British film with George Cole
- Flesh and Blood (1968 film), a 1968 television film directed by Arthur Penn.
- Flesh and Blood (1985 film), a 1985 action/adventure film directed by Paul Verhoeven
- Flesh 'n' Blood (TV series), a 1991 NBC sitcom
- "Flesh and Blood" (Stargate SG-1), an episode of the TV series Stargate SG-1
- "Flesh and Blood" (Star Trek: Voyager), an episode of the TV series Star Trek: Voyager
- "Flesh & Blood" (The Unit), an episode of the television series The Unit
- My Flesh and Blood, a 2003 documentary about the Tom Family, directed by Jonathan Karsh
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