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The Dirty Dozen is a 1967 American war film. Dirty Dozen may also refer to:
- Dirty Dozen (American football), a group of Dallas Cowboys players drafted in 1975
- The United States men's basketball team at the 1998 World Championship
- The Dublin team who won the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship 1983 in the infamous "Game of Shame" final
- Dirty Dozen (bicycle competition), a bicycle competition in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA, featuring the 13 steepest hills in the city and surrounding area.
- Dirty dozen (Stockholm Convention), a group of twelve persistent organic pollutants (POPs)
- The Dirty Dozen (book), a book by Robert A. Levy and William Mellor about twelve Supreme Court decisions
- Dirty Dozens, see The Dozens, an improvised trash-talk competition
- Saddam's Dirty Dozen, a group of people who carried out the orders of Saddam Hussein
- The Dirty Dozen, a group of soldiers in the novel Wolf Island
- The Dirty Dozen, a list published by the League of Conservation Voters
- CS-12, "The Dirty Dozen" at the United States Air Force Academy
- The first group of compounds identified as Persistent organic pollutants.
- Dirty Dozen Brass Band, a New Orleans jazz band
- Bonkers 12: The Dirty Dozen, a compilation album
- The Dirty Dozen (album), by George Thorogood and the Destroyers
- Dirty Dozen (album) by Hugh Cornwell
- The Dirty Dozen, a song recorded by Jelly Roll Morton on the Library of Congress Recordings
- "The Dirty Dozen", sung as "Teenage Love" by Oscar Brown, Jr.
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