The Maltese Falcon
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The Maltese Falcon may refer to:
- Tribute of the Maltese Falcon, an annual tribute to the Emperor Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor and his mother Queen Joanna of Castile
- The Maltese Falcon (novel), a detective novel by Dashiell Hammett published in 1930
- The Maltese Falcon (1931 film), a film adaptation of the above novel, starring Ricardo Cortez and directed by Roy Del Ruth
- The Maltese Falcon (1941 film), the better-known film adaptation of the novel, starring Humphrey Bogart and directed by John Huston
- The Maltese Falcon (soundtrack), the music to the 1941 film
- The Maltese Falcon (yacht), a large, privately owned clipper
- The nickname of Tony Drago, a snooker player from Malta
- Falco peregrinus brookei, the Mediterranean region subspecies of the Peregrine Falcon
- Maltese Falcon Society, an organization for admirers of Dashiell Hammett, his novel The Maltese Falcon, and hard-boiled mystery books and writers in general
- The Black Bird, a 1975 comedic sequel film to The Maltese Falcon
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