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Braveheart is a 1995 film directed by and starring Mel Gibson.
Braveheart or Brave Heart may also refer to:
Film and TV
- Braveheart (1925 film), a 1925 silent Western film
- "Brave Heart" (House), an episode of the medical drama TV series House
- The leader of the Care Bear Cousins
- Bravehearts, East Coast hip hop group
- Braveheart (Ashanti album), an upcoming 2014 album by American singer Ashanti
- Braveheart (soundtrack), soundtrack to the 1995 film by James Horner
- Brave Heart (Kim Hill album), 1991 country album by Kim Hill
- Brave Heart (Thom Schuyler album), 1983 album by Thom Schuyler
- Brave Heart (Wang Feng album), 2007 album by Wang Feng
- "Braveheart", theme by James Horner from the film, also recorded by flautist James Galway
- "Braveheart" (Neon Jungle song), 2014 single by Neon Jungle
- "Braveheart", by Sick of It All from Based on a True Story 2010
- "Braveheart", by Ashanti from Braveheart (Ashanti album)
- "Braveheart", by Yngwie Malmsteen from the album Facing the Animal 1998
- "Braveheart", by Civil War (band) from Gods and Generals
- Worcester Bravehearts, a summer collegiate baseball team based in Worcester, Massachusetts
- Braveheartbattle, an annual extreme sport event in Germany
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