Hell hath no fury
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"Hell hath no fury" is an interpreted line based on a quotation from The Mourning Bride, a play by William Congreve, which reads in full "Heav'n has no rage like love to hatred turn'd / Nor Hell a fury, like a woman scorn'd."
It may also refer to:
- Hell Hath No Fury, a 2008 novel by David Weber and Linda Evans
- Hell Hath No Fury, a 1953 crime novel by Charles Williams
Films and TV
- "Hell Hath No Fury" (Charmed), an episode of the television series Charmed
- Hell Hath No Fury (film), a 1991 film starring David Ackroyd
- Hell Hath No Fury, an episode of List of GCB episodes
- Hell Hath No Fury Like a Woman Scorned, a 2014 comedy play by Tyler Perry
- Hell Hath No Fury an episode of the first season of the television series Castle
- Hell Hath No Fury (Clipse album), a 2006 Clipse hip hop album
- Hell Hath No Fury (Rock Goddess album)
- Hell Hath No Fury (Civet album)
- "Hell Hath No Fury", song by Frankie Laine and Cahn Brodszky
- "Hell Hath No Fury", song by Rock Goddess (1984)
- "Hell Hath no Fury, song by Sea Of Deprivation (2002)
- "Hell Hath No Fury", song by Klute (2007)
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