Chain gang (disambiguation)
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A chain gang is a system of labor (usually forced) that involves groups of prisoners, chained together, doing menial labor.
Chain gang may also refer to:
- Chain gang (cycling), a group of cyclists in a close-knit formation, normally for the purposes of training
- The chain crew, the officials on the sidelines of an American football game who carry the first-down indicators connected by chains
- Chain Gang, fanclub name for WWE wrestler John Cena
- Chain ganging, a jargon term in the field of international relations describing the elevated probability for inter-state conflict
- A collective noun for a group of mayors, council chairmen and other civic dignitaries wearing their chains of office
- In music
- Chain Gang, an experimental punk rock band from New York City, best known for their '77 "Son of Sam" single and their '86 album/film soundtrack "Mondo Manhattan"
- Chain Gang (song), a 1960 song by R&B singer Sam Cooke
- "Chain Gang", a song by Bobby Scott in the 1950s
- "Chain Gang", a B-side song to The Blue Hearts single "Kiss Shite Hoshii"
- "Back on the Chain Gang", a song by The Pretenders
- "Livin' on a Chain Gang", a song by the heavy metal band Skid Row
- "Chain Gang is the Click", a song by John Cena and tha Trademarc from their 2005 album You Can't See Me
- In film, radio and television
- I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang, a classic American movie that was based on a true story of a man who escaped twice from a prison chain gang in Georgia, USA
- The Chain Gang, a 1930 film by Walt Disney starring Mickey Mouse
- The Chain Gang (radio series), a British radio series
- Chain Gang (Only Fools and Horses), an episode of the BBC sit-com Only Fools and Horses
- Chain Gang, a 1950 film directed by Lew Landers and starring Douglas Kennedy.
- Chain Gang, a 1984 3D film
- In literature
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