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Marquee may refer to:

  • Marquee (sign), a sign placed over the entrance to a hotel or theatre or a sign that displays messages such as those used in front of churches and schools. Marquees are also used to illuminate the name of an arcade game at the top of its cabinet.
  • Marquee (tent), a large tent, generally used as a temporary building
  • "Gala Tent", also describes a large Marquee tent, generally a more glamorous event or occasion.
  • "Marquee", a song by Super Chunk from their 1997 album Indoor Living
  • Marquee element, an HTML tag that makes text scroll across the page as if on a marquee
  • Marquee Cinemas, a movie theater chain in the United States
  • Marquee Club, commonly called The Marquee, a rock club in London
  • Marquee player, a player in the Australian A-League whose salary is exempt from capping. In other sports, the term refers to a high-profile player signed by a team to raise its profile using the player's reputation.
  • Marquee selection or Marching ants, an animation technique often found in selection tools of computer graphics programs
  • Marquee Theatre, a concert venue in Tempe, Arizona, United States
  • Avid Marquee, a companion titling tool compiled with the video editing software Avid Media Composer since 2002
  • The Marquee, a magazine covering live music in Colorado

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