The In Crowd
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The In Crowd may refer to:
- "The 'In' Crowd" (song), a 1964 song by Dobie Gray, also covered the Ramsey Lewis Trio, Bryan Ferry and others
- "The In Crowd", a song originally by John Hampson, covered by Mitchel Musso for his 2008 album Mitchel Musso
- The In Crowd (Ramsey Lewis album), 1965
- The In Crowd (Kidz in the Hall album), 2008
- The In Crowd (British band), later known as Tomorrow, a 1960s English psychedelic rock band
- The In Crowd (Jamaican band), a 1970s reggae band
In other media:
- The In Crowd (1988 film), a 1960s period drama directed by Mark Rosenthal
- The In Crowd (2000 film), a teen thriller directed by Mary Lambert
- The In Crowd (wrestling), a World Wrestling Entertainment tag team consisting of John Morrison and The Miz
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