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The front page is the first page of a publication.
Front Page or The Front Page may refer to:
- The Front Page, a 1928 Broadway comedy written by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur, and its adaptations:
- Front Page (film), a 1990 Hong Kong film starring Michael Hui
- Frontpage (TV series), a 2008 Malaysian drama series
- "The Front Page" (Diff'rent Strokes), the final episode of the sitcom Diff'rent Strokes
- Front Page, a 2003 jazz album by Bireli Lagrene, Dominique Di Piazza, and Dennis Chambers
- FrontPage Magazine, an online political magazine, sometimes known as The Front Page
- Front Page (newsmagazine), a short-lived newsmagazine TV show that aired in 1993
- Frontpage: Ulat ni Mel Tiangco, a Philippine news bulletin
- Front Page (New Zealand company), a news and political media company
- Microsoft FrontPage, discontinued Web site software
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