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Broken Arrow may refer to:
Film and television
- Broken Arrow (1950 film), a Golden Globe-winning western film
- Broken Arrow (1996 film), an action film starring John Travolta, Christian Slater and directed by John Woo
- Broken Arrow (TV series), an ABC television series, 1956–1960
- Broken Arrows, a 2007 drama film
- Broken Arrow (album), a 1996 album by Neil Young and Crazy Horse
- "Broken Arrow" (Pixie Lott song), a song by Pixie Lott from her 2010 album Turn It Up Louder
- "Broken Arrow" (Buffalo Springfield song), a song by Buffalo Springfield from the 1967 album Buffalo Springfield Again
- "Broken Arrow", a song from the 1987 album Robbie Robertson, covered by Rod Stewart and Ruin/Renewal
- "Broken Arrow", a 1959 single by Chuck Berry
- Broken Arrow, a Canadian band featuring Paul Humphrey
- "Aka... Broken Arrow" by Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds.
- "Broken Arrows", a song by Daughtry from their 2013 album Baptized
- Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, United States
- "Broken Arrow" (Korea), nickname for Haktang-ni, Republic of Korea, site of a battle during the Korean War
- Broken Arrow (nuclear), an accidental nuclear event involving nuclear weapons, warheads, or components but which does not create the risk of mass death
- Broken Arrow, a military distress call used to summon all available aircrafts to provide close air support to a US and/or allied position in imminent danger of being overrun by enemy forces. The last known time a "Broken Arrow" was called was by Lieutenant Colonel Hal Moore during the Battle of Ia Drang in the Vietnam War. It was depicted in the 2002 movie We Were Soldiers, starring Mel Gibson as LTC Moore.
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