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Pursuit may refer to:
- Pursuit Point, Palmer Archipelago
- "Pursuit" is an operation that follows a defeated enemy in an attempt to capture them or force them to surrender.
Media and the arts
Film and television
- Pursuit (TV series), a 1950s anthology
- Pursuit (1935 film), a 1935 American action film
- Pursuit (1972 TV film), a made-for-TV film directed by Michael Crichton, based on Binary, a novel of his own
- Pursuit (1972 film), a Shaw Brothers film
- Pursuit (1989 film), a TV miniseries directed by Ian Sharp
- Pursuit (2015 film), an Irish film
- Pursuit, also known as Apache Blood, a 1975 film directed by Vern Piehl
- Pursuit, an event in the television series Gladiators
- Pursuit, is a 1966 novel by Berry Morgan
- The Pursuit (album), a 2009 album by Jamie Cullum
- "Pursuit", a 2010 song by In Fear and Faith from the album, Imperial
- "Pursuit", a 2013 song by Gesaffelstein.
Games and sport
- Pursuit racing, a type of sport
- Pursuit Internet architecture, serverless / peer-to-peer architecture for Internet
- Rans S-11 Pursuit, lifting body style light aircraft design
- Pontiac G5, formerly called Pontiac Pursuit
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