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Marianne is the personification of Liberty and Reason that is a national emblem of France.
Marianne may also refer to:
- Marianne (magazine), a French publication
- Marianne (1929 silent film), 1929 silent film directed by Robert Z. Leonard starring Marion Davies
- Marianne (1929 musical film), 1929 musical remake also directed by Robert Z. Leonard and starring Marion Davies
- Marianne (2011 film), 2011 film directed by Filip Tegsdedt starring Peter Stormare
- "Marianne", Gene Pitney, written Pitney 1965
- "Marianne" (Sergio Endrigo song), Italian Eurovision Song Contest entry by Sergio Endrigo, covered as single by Cliff Richard 1968
- "Marianne" (Terry Gilkyson song), written and performed by Terry Gilkyson and The Easy Riders (American band)
- "Marianne" (1971 song), written and performed by Stephen Stills
- "Marianne" (1996 song), a song by Tori Amos on the album Boys for Pele
- "Marianne", a tune written by trumpeter Martin Bunce and performed by the National Youth Jazz Orchestra
- "So Long, Marianne" (song), written and performed by Leonard Cohen
- "C'mon Marianne", written and performed by The Four Seasons (band)
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