Old Glory (disambiguation)
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Old Glory is a common nickname for the flag of the United States, bestowed by William Driver.
Old Glory may also refer to:
- "Old Glory" (King of the Hill), an episode of the TV show, King of the Hill
- Old Glory (1939 film), the Merrie Melodies short
- Old Glory, Texas, an unincorporated community in Stonewall County, Texas, USA
- Old Glory (aircraft), a Fokker trimotor lost in 1927 during an attempt to fly from the United States to Italy
- Old Glory: An American Voyage, 1981 travel book by Jonathan Raban
- The Old Glory, a play written by the poet Robert Lowell
- Koumansetta rainfordi, or Old glory, a Goby from the Western Pacific
- Old Glory, a 1916 book by Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews
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