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Missing Link may refer to:
- Missing link, a non-scientific term for any Transitional fossil or species, especially one connected with human evolution.
- Dewey Robertson, a former professional wrestler who used the ring name "The Missing Link"
Film and television
- Missing Link (TV series)
- Missing Link (film), a 1988 film
- The Missing Link (film), a 1980 Franco-Belgian animated film
- "Missing Link" (Space: 1999), an episode of the television series Space: 1999
- "The Missing Link" (Ashes to Ashes), an episode of the British television drama Ashes to Ashes
- Missing Links (game show), a television game show which featured Nipsey Russell and Tom Poston, hosted by Ed McMahon on NBC and Dick Clark on ABC
- "The Missing Link" (The Legend of Zelda episode)
- "Missing Link" (Code Lyoko episode)
- A character in the 2009 animated film Monsters vs Aliens and its spin-off TV series
- A parody of the BBC show The Weakest Link, seen on the sketch comedy show MadTV
- A car constructor and racing team in the TV series Future GPX Cyber Formula
- Missing Link Records
- The Missing Link (Jeremy Enigk album)
- The Missing Link (Rage album)
- The Missing Link (Fred Anderson album)
- Missing Links (album), Missing Links Volume Two, or Missing Links Volume Three, a series of compilation albums by The Monkees
- "Missing Link", a song by The Hives from their album, Tyrannosaurus Hives
- "Missing Link", an unfinished Machinae Supremacy song
- The Missing Links, an Australian rock band active from 1964 to 1966
- The Missing Link, a novel in the Fourth World trilogy by Kate Thompson
- Missing Links, a book by Rick Reilly
- The Missing Link, downloadable content for the 2011 video game Deus Ex: Human Revolution
- Missing Link (puzzle), a mechanical puzzle
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