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A mannequin is a life-sized model of the human figure, used especially in advertising and sales.
Mannequin may also refer to:
- Mannequin (1926 film), an American silent film starring Alice Joyce and Dolores Costello
- Mannequin (1933 film), a British drama film directed by George A. Cooper
- Mannequin (1937 film), a drama starring Joan Crawford and Spencer Tracy
- Mannequin (1987 film), a comedy starring Andrew McCarthy and Kim Cattrall, followed by a sequel
- Mannequin, a novel by J. Robert Janes
- "Mannequin", a DVD single by Cradle of Filth
- "Mannequin", a song by Britney Spears from Circus
- "Mannequin", a song by Culture Club from Waking Up with the House on Fire
- "Mannequin", a song by Katy Perry from One of the Boys
- "Mannequin", a song by The Kids from "Fame"
- "Mannequin", a song by Wild Strawberries on the album Bet You Think I'm Lonely
- "Mannequin", a song by Wire from Pink Flag
- "Mannequin", a song by The Kovenant from Animatronic
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