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Broken Arrow may refer to:
Film and television
- Broken Arrow (1950 film), a Golden Globe-winning western film starring James Stewart
- 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 (film), 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" (Robbie Robertson song), a song by Robbie Robertson on 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 Arrows" (song), a song by Avicii from his 2015 album Stories
- 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, plot device in film, We Were Soldiers
- A code phrase that a ground unit is facing imminent destruction from enemy attack and all available air forces within range are to provide air support immediately.
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