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Dreamers refers to people who dream.
The Dreamers may refer to:
- The Dreamers Albert Joseph Moore
- The Dreamers (sculpture), an art work by Larry Zink and Monica Taylor
- "Dreamers", a 1918 war poem by Siegfried Sassoon
- "The Dreamers" (play), a play by Jack Davis
- The Dreamers (novel series), a fantasy series by David Eddings and Leigh Eddings
Film and TV
- Dreamers (film), a 2010 film
- Unsettled Land, also called The Dreamers, 1987 Hebrew film by Uri Barbash
- The Dreamers (film), 2003 film by director Bernardo Bertolucci
- The Dreamers (unfinished film), an unfinished film from Orson Welles
- The Dreamers (opera), a 1996 chamber opera by
- Freddie and the Dreamers, 1960s British beat music band
- The Dreamers of Phi Mu Alpha, an all-male a cappella group at Penn State
- Dreamers, the first name used by the alternative rock band Concrete Blonde, apparently for a single recording ("Heart Attack")
- DREAMERS, an American pop-rock trio
- Dreamers (album), an album by Shine Bright Baby
- Dreamers (album by Janyse Jaud)
- The Dreamers (album), a 2008 album from the music romance series by John Zorn
- The Dreamers (David Bowie song), a song written by David Bowie and Reeves Gabrels
- "Dreamers", 1981 single by David Soul written by J. Murphy, D. McKenzie
- "Dreamers", 1981 song by Firefall, written by David Muse, George Hawkins
- "Dreamers", song from Jean Seberg (musical) by Marvin Hamlisch and Christopher Adler; 1984 single by Frankie Vaughan
- "Dreamers" (Jack Savoretti song), a song by Jack Savoretti
- "Dreamers" (Rizzle Kicks song)
- The Dreamer (disambiguation)
- DREAMers, undocumented immigrants who entered the United States as minors and who would qualify for resident status under the DREAM Act
- Oneirodidae, a family of deepsea anglerfish commonly called "dreamers"
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