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A hotline is a point-to-point communications link in which a call is automatically directed to the preselected destination.
Hotline or Hot Line may also refer to:
- Moscow–Washington hotline, a system that allows direct communication between the leaders of the United States and Russia
- The Hotline, a daily political briefing published in Washington, D.C.
- Hot Line (film), a 1968 comedy spy thriller
- Hotline (The J. Geils Band album), 1975
- Hotline (Nazia and Zohaib Hassan album), 1987
- Hotline (White Heart album)
- Hot Line (album), an album by Bill Barron
- "Hot Line" (song), a 1976 disco song performed by the American musical group The Sylvers
- Hot Line (TV series), an American erotic anthology series featured on Cinemax
- Hotline (1982 film), a 1982 made-for-TV thriller film
- Hotline (2014 film), a 2014 film
- Hotline Communications, a software company, and their Hotline Connect program suite
- Crisis hotline, a telephone service which offers help to those who call
- "Hotline", a 2004 song recorded by Ciara for her debut album, Goodies
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