Sin City (disambiguation)
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Sin City may refer to:
- Sin City (description), a nickname for a city that caters to various vices, most notably Las Vegas, Nevada
- Nickname for Lynn, Massachusetts; as the saying goes, "Lynn, Lynn, the city of sin, you'll never go out, the way you went in."
- Utica, New York, used to be called "Sin City": In the 1930s through the 1950s Utica became nationally if not internationally known as "Sin City" for the extent of its corruption and control by the political machine of Rufus P. Elefante. Utica, from the turn of the 20th century, had an organized crime presence, largely made up of the Italian mafia. The mafia presence was largely eliminated in the 1990s by federal indictments and convictions.
- Sin City is a series of graphic novels by Frank Miller
- Sin City, an autobiographical book by British journalist Ralph Shaw
Film / TV series
- Sin Cities: A Life Less Ordinary, a TV series on Showcase Network that visits the world's most exotic environment for sex-related content
- Sin City (film), a 2005 film based on Miller's graphic novels
- Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, an upcoming sequel to the 2005 film.
- Sin City (studio) a porn studio
- "Sin City" (Supernatural), an episode of the television series Supernatural
- Sin City (film) soundtrack
- Sin City (The Flying Burrito Brothers album), an album by the band The Flying Burrito Brothers
- Sin City (Genitorturers album), an album by the band the Genitorturers
- “Sin City”, a 1969 song by Gram Parsons and Chris Hillman, of the The Flying Burrito Brothers, recorded on their first album, The Gilded Palace of Sin
- “Sin City”, a song by the band AC/DC, from their album, Powerage
- “Sin City”, a song by Chris de Burgh, from his first album, Far Beyond These Castle Walls
- "Sin City" is also a song by the Texas country/rock band, Dead End Road, from their album "The Good Days".
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