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An open fire is a traditional fixture in many homes consisting of an exposed fire in a grate or on a hearth.
Open Fire may also refer to:
Film and TV
- Open Fire (film), a 1994 British television film based on the shooting of Stephen Waldorf
- Open Fire, a 1988 film with David Carradine
- Open Fire, a 1994 film with Jeff Wincott
- Open Fire (Ronnie Montrose album), 1978
- Open Fire (Y&T album), 1985
- Open Fire (Alabama Thunderpussy album), 2007
- Open Fire, a 2011 album by Leehom Wang
- "Open Fire", a 2003 song by Krokus from Rock the Block
- "Open Fire", a 2015 song by The Darkness from Last of Our Kind
- Open Fire (horse) (1961–1980), American Thoroughbred champion racehorse
- Openfire, an XMPP server (formerly known as Wildfire)
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