The Red Shoes
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The Red Shoes is a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen.
The Red Shoes may also refer to:
- The Red Shoes (1948 film), by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, inspired by the fairy tale, one of the BFI's Top 10 British films
- The Red Shoes (1989 film), an animated film by Michael Sporn
- The Red Shoes (2005 film), a Korean horror film, inspired by the fairy tale
- The Red Shoes (2010 film), a love story/film from the Philippines
- The Red Shoes (musical), a Broadway musical composed by Jule Styne, based on the 1948 film
- The Red Shoes (album), an album by Kate Bush, released 1993
- "The Red Shoes" (song), the title song from the Kate Bush album, inspired by the fairy tale
- An attraction in the Fairy Tale Forest of the Dutch amusement park Efteling, adaptation of the fairy tale
- The Ballad of the Red Shoes, an EP by Andrew Bird with instrumental music written to accompany a series of prints inspired by the fairy tale
- Red Shoes (disambiguation)
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