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Sunshine is sunlight, the electromagnetic radiation emitted by the Sun, especially in the visible wavelengths.
Sunshine may also refer to:
Film and television
- Sunshine (1973 film), an American TV movie starring Cliff DeYoung
- Sunshine (1999 film), a historical film directed by István Szabó
- Sunshine (2007 film), a science-fiction film directed by Danny Boyle
- Sunshine (UK TV series), a 2008 miniseries
- Sunshine (U.S. TV series), a 1975 sitcom based on the 1973 TV movie
- Sunshine (Tugs character), a fictional "harbour switcher" from the TV series Tugs
- "Sunshine" (Tugs episode), the pilot episode of Tugs
- Sunshine (novel), a 2003 vampire novel by Robin McKinley
- Sunshine (Kinnikuman), a fictional villain in the manga Kinnikuman
- Sunshine (magazine), a digest of uplifting short articles and anecdotes
- Sunshine (band), an American disco group
- Sunshine (Serbian band), a Serbian rapcore/hip hop group
- Sunshine (Czech Republic band), a rock band signed to Custard Records
- Sunshyne, a British female pop group
- Sunshine (R.I.O. album), 2011
- Sunshine (Deric Ruttan album), 2010
- Sunshine (Jeff & Sheri Easter album), 2004
- Sunshine (S Club 7 album), 2001
- Sunshine (Dragon album), 1977
- Sunshine (EP), an EP by Miranda Sex Garden
- Sunshine: Music from the Motion Picture, from the 2007 film
- Sunshine, by The Archies, 1970
- Sunshine, by The Emotions, 1977
- Sunshine, by Liquid Gang, 2000
- Sunshine, by Shawn Smith, 2011
- "Sunshine" (Aerosmith song), 2001
- "Sunshine" (Alphrisk song), 2005
- "Sunshine" (Dino song), 1989
- "Sunshine" (Gabrielle song), 1999
- "Sunshine" (Gareth Gates song), 2003
- "Sunshine" (Jonathan Edwards song), 1971
- "Sunshine" (Lil' Flip song), 2004
- "Sunshine" (Ricki-Lee Coulter song), 2005
- "Sunshine" (Rye Rye song), 2010
- "Sunshine" (Twista song), 2004
- "Sunshine" (David Guetta song), 2011
- "(Always Be My) Sunshine", by Jay-Z, 1997
- "Sunshine", by Alice in Chains from Facelift
- "Sunshine", by The All-American Rejects from When the World Comes Down
- "Sunshine", by The Archies from Sunshine
- "Sunshine", by Atmosphere from Sad Clown Bad Summer 9
- "Sunshine", by The Beach Boys from Keepin' the Summer Alive
- "Sunshine", by Buckcherry from 15
- "Sunshine", by CocoRosie from The Adventures of Ghosthorse and Stillborn
- "Sunshine", by Coko
- "My Sunshine", by Jaime Yamaguchi
- "Sunshine", by Evermore from Dreams
- "Sunshine", by The First Edition from Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town
- "Sunshine", by John Reuben from The Boy Vs. the Cynic
- "Sunshine", by Juliana Hatfield from In Exile Deo
- "Sunshine", by Keane from Hopes and Fears
- "Sunshine", by Low from I Could Live in Hope
- "Sunshine", by Lupe Fiasco from Food & Liquor
- "Sunshine", by Matt Costa from Songs We Sing
- "Sunshine", by Misia from Mars & Roses
- "Sunshine", by The O'Jays from Back Stabbers
- "Sunshine", by Shirley Bassey
- "Sunshine", by Traci Lords
- "Sunshine", by Tracy Bonham from The Liverpool Sessions
- "Sunshine (Everybody Needs a Little)", by Steve Azar, 2010
- "Sunshine (Woke Me Up This Morning)", by Labelle from Pressure Cookin'
- "Sunshine on My Shoulders" or simply "Sunshine", a 1973 song by John Denver
- "Sunshine", by Atmosphere
- Sunshine pop, an American musical movement in the 1960s and 1970s that incorporated light rock
- Sunshine Records (United States)
- Sunshine Records (Australia)
- Sunshine FM, a New Zealand radio station
- Sunshine 855, an English radio station
- Ronnie "Sunshine" Bass (born 1955), American football player
- Sunshine Logroño (born 1951), Puerto Rican actor
- Sunshine Parker (1927–1999), American actor
- "Sunshine" Sonny Payne (born 1925), American radio presenter
- Valerie French (wrestling) (born 1962), American professional wrestling valet, better known as Sunshine
- Caroline Sunshine (born 1995), American actress
- Gary Sunshine, American playwright
- Ken Sunshine (born 1948), American public relations consultant
- Marion Sunshine (1894–1963), American actress
- Monty Sunshine (1928–2010), English clarinetist
- Souriya Sunshine (born 1946), Thai peace activist
- Tommie Sunshine (born 1971), American musician
- Tony Sunshine (born 1979), American singer
- Sunshine, New South Wales, Australia
- Sunshine, Victoria, Australia
- Sunshine, New Zealand
- Sunshine, Ashley County, Arkansas, U.S.
- Sunshine, Garland County, Arkansas, U.S.
- Sunshine, Greenup County, Kentucky
- Sunshine, Harlan County, Kentucky
- Sunshine, Colorado, U.S.
- Sunshine, Louisiana, U.S.
Bridges and roads
- Sunshine Bridge, Louisiana, U.S.
- Sunshine Skyway Bridge, Tampa Bay, Florida, U.S.
- Sunshine Way, a street in Mitcham, Surrey, England, named for its accommodation of sunlight-needy tuberculosis patients
- Sunshine 60, a 60-story building in Tokyo, and the tallest building in Japan until 1991
- Sunshine Building, a historic building in Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.
- Sunshine Canyon, near Fourmile Canyon Creek in Colorado, U.S.
- Sunshine Mine in Idaho, U.S.
- Sunshine Motorway in Queensland, Australia
- Sunshine Peak in Colorado, U.S.
- Sunshine Village, a ski resort in Alberta, Canada
- Sunshine City (disambiguation)
- Sunshine Coast (disambiguation)
- Sunshine State (disambiguation)
- Sunshine Biscuits (Australia), a defunct Australian baker of biscuits
- Sunshine Biscuits (United States), an American baker of cookies, crackers, and cereals, now owned by Keebler
- Sunshine laws, freedom of information legislation
- Government in the Sunshine Act, a "sunshine law" passed in the United States in 1976
- Sunshine Policy, South Korea's doctrine towards North Korea, which emphasizes peaceful cooperation
- Sunshine unit, now known as a "strontium unit", used to measure the radioactivity of strontium-90 in the human body
- Super Mario Sunshine, a 2002 video game by Nintendo
- SS Sunshine, originally SS Hewsang, a steamship
- 40th Infantry Division (United States) or "Sunshine Division"
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