Nothing to fear but fear itself
Nothing to fear but fear itself may refer to:
- A paraphrase of the famous line used in the inaugural address of Franklin D. Roosevelt
- An episode of The Golden Girls
- A paraphrase of the line "Nothing is terrible except fear itself" from an essay by Sir Francis Bacon
- Used as the opening lyric of The Weapon by Rush, the Canadian Rock Band
- Used in the lyrics of The Slow Surrender by Parkway Drive on their album Atlas.
- A line spoken in the movies The American Friend and Batman Begins
- A song by Oingo Boingo on their album Nothing to Fear
- Referred to by The Fonz in an episode of Happy Days Series 2 episode 6.
- Named in the DVD extras of Dawn of the Dead.
- Referred to in Chapter One of "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee
- In Martin Luther King Jr's speech "I've been to the Mountaintop"
- A line from The Final Cut, third series of House of Cards (1990) 'What do we have to fear but fear itself?', Francis Urquhart.
Also said by Barney in the episode of the Andy Griffith show entitled "The Haunted House"
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