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Human Fly was the nickname of at least five stunt entertainers of the 20th century who would scale the exteriors of tall buildings in the United States:
- Harry Gardiner (active 1905–1918)
- George Polley (active 1910–1920)
- Henry Roland
- John Ciampa (active 1942–1952)
- George Willig, who climbed New York City's World Trade Center in 1977.
The Human Fly can also refer to:
- Rick Rojatt, a costumed Canadian stunt rider active in the 1970s
- Human Fly (comics) is also the name of two fictional characters in Marvel comic books (one of whom was based on Rojatt).
- "Human Fly (song)", a 1978 song by The Cramps.
- the activity of Velcro jumping.
- a 1972 album by Richard Thompson titled Henry the Human Fly.
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