Heat wave (disambiguation)
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A heat wave is a prolonged period of unusually hot weather.
Heat Wave (and alternative written forms) may refer to:
- Heat Wave (1935 film), a 1935 British comedy
- Heat Wave (1990 film), a 1990 American television film
- Heatwave (film), a 1982 Australian film directed by Phillip Noyce
- The House Across the Lake (1954 film), a 1954 film released as Heat Wave in the US
- Heat Wave! (1974 TV film), with Ben Murphy and Bonnie Bedelia.
- Heatwave (band) an international funk/disco music band
- Heatwave (pop group), a London pop group between 1969 and 1972
- Heat Wave (Ahmad Jamal album), 1966 album by jazz pianist Ahmad Jamal
- Heat Wave (Martha and the Vandellas album), a 1963 album by Martha and the Vandellas
- Heatwave, a 1986 album by Univers Zero
- "Heat Wave" (Irving Berlin song), a popular standard released by Irving Berlin in 1933
- "Heat Wave", a 1963 Holland–Dozier–Holland song recorded by Martha and the Vandellas
- "Heat Wave" (Alphabeat song), a 2010 song by Alphabet
- "Heatwave" (Wiley song), a 2012 song by the rapper Wiley
- "Heatwave", a song by the Blue Nile, from the album A Walk Across the Rooftops
- "Heatwave" (The New Cities song), a song by the group the New Cities
- Heatwave, a music festival held in 1980 at Mosport, Canada
- ECW Heat Wave, a pay-per-view event by the now-defunct Extreme Championship Wrestling
- Heat Wave (comics), a fictional supervillain from the DC universe
- Heat Wave, a novel attributed to fictional character Richard Castle of the TV series Castle
- Heatwave (comics), a comic book character and member of the superhero team Cyberforce
- Heatwave (magazine), an anarchist magazine in the 1960s by Charles Radcliffe
- Heatwave, a fictional character in the Transformers universes
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