Father and Son
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Father and Son or Fathers and Sons may refer to:
- Father and Son (book), a 1907 memoir by Edmund Gosse
- Fathers and Sons (novel), an 1862 novel by Ivan Turgenev
- Fathers and Sons (play), a 1987 play by Brian Friel
- "Fathers and Sons" (short story), a 1933 short story by Ernest Hemingway
- Father and Son, a 1996 novel by Larry Brown (author)
- "Father and Son" (song), a 1970 song written and originally performed by British singer Cat Stevens
- Fathers and Sons (album), a 1969 album by Muddy Waters
- "Father and Son", a song from Aladdin and the King of Thieves (1996 animated film)
- Father and Son (band), a musical duo that is well known for their drum solos.
- Father and Son (1929 film), a German silent film directed by Géza von Bolváry
- Fathers and Sons (1957 film), Italian film
- Father and Son (1981 film), Hong Kong film
- Fathers & Sons (film), a 1992 American film
- Father and Son (1994 film), Italian film
- Father and Son (2003 film), Russian film
- Father & Son (TV serial), a British/Irish television serial
- "Fathers and Sons" (Frasier), an episode of the American television series Frasier
- Fathers and Sons (TV series), a Hong Kong television drama
- Fathers and Sons (1986 TV series), an American sitcom
- Fathers and Sons (2005 film), an American television movie starring Reiko Aylesworth
- Fathers and Suns, an episode of the British comedy sci-fi TV series Red Dwarf
- Father and Son (comics), cartoon by E. O. Plauen
- Father's and Son's, by Michael Bradford 2001 Negro Ensemble Company, Inc.
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