Sound and fury (disambiguation)
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Sound and fury is a line from Shakespeare's Macbeth; see Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow.
Sound and fury or The Sound and the Fury may also refer to:
- The Sound and the Fury, a 1929 novel by William Faulkner
- The Sound and the Fury (1959 film), a 1959 film directed by Martin Ritt starring Yul Brynner
- Sound and Fury (film), a 2000 film documentary on deaf children and cochlear implants
- The Sound and the Fury (2014 film), an upcoming 2014 film directed by James Franco
- The Sound and The Fury (band), a Canadian hip-hop band formed in 2001
- The Sound and The Fury (vocal ensemble) 2005, an Anglo-German vocal group performing renaissance polyphony
Albums and compositions
- Sound & Fury (1982 album), 1982 album by Youth Brigade
- Sound & Fury (1983 album), 1983 album by Youth Brigade
- The Sound and the Fury (music), a Robert W. Smith musical composition
- The Sound and the Fury (2011), 2-CD compilation album by Billy Fury
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