Knickerbocker

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As an adjective, Knickerbocker refers to people or objects from Manhattan (New York City, before 1898).

Knickerbocker or Knickerbockers may also refer to:

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Music[edit]

  • The Knickerbockers, a "one hit wonder" American pop/rock music group best remembered for their 1965 hit "Lies"
  • "Knickerbocker", a 2008 song by Fujiya & Miyagi
  • "Mr. Knickerbocker", a children's song about a man who likes to "bobbity-bop", popularized on the children's television show Barney & Friends

Publications[edit]

  • The Knickerbocker or New-York Monthly Magazine (1833–1865), a literary magazine founded by Charles Fenno Hoffman
  • The Knickerbocker Gang, a series of books for children by Austrian writer Thomas Brezina, and a TV series based on the books

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