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Mandrake may refer to:
- Mandrake (plant), a plant of the genus Mandragora
- Mandragora (demon), in occultism
- Mandrake Linux, former name of Mandriva Linux, a computer operating system
- Mandrake, the NATO designation for the Soviet aircraft Yakovlev Yak-25
Mandrake may also refer to:
In media and entertainment
- Mandrake is the name of the long-established social diary in The Sunday Telegraph newspaper, edited by Tim Walker.
- Mandrake, a short-lived mascot at the University of Oregon
- Mandrake the Magician, a comic strip character
- Group Captain Lionel Mandrake, a character in Stanley Kubrick's film Dr. Strangelove
- John Mandrake (Nathaniel), a character from the Bartimaeus Trilogy
- Paolo Mandrake, the lawyer and amateur detective who is the protagonist of stories by Rubem Fonseca and HBO's Mandrake (TV series) based on them
- Mandrake is the name of a character in the animated feature Epic.
- The Mandrake, a play by Niccolò Machiavelli
- Mandrake (album), a music album by Edguy
- Mandrake (band), a German gothic metal band
- Mandrake in the Corner, trombone concerto by Christian Lindberg
- The Mandrake's Cry, a song on Danzig's The Lost Tracks of Danzig
Film and television
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