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The A-list is a list of the most bankable movie stars in Hollywood.
A-list or alist may also refer to:
- The A-List (2007 TV series), a reality television series featuring countdowns of the wildest creatures of the animal kingdom
- The A List (Comedy Central TV series), a stand-up comedy program on Comedy Central
- The A-List (Toronto TV series), an entertainment magazine program on Toronto television station CKXT-DT
- The A-List: New York, an American reality television series by LGBT-interest network Logo
- The A-List: Dallas, a second Logo reality series in the A-List franchise
- The A-List, a teen television series from the young adult novel series by The CW Television Network
- A-List (Conservative), a list of priority candidates in the British Conservative Party
- A-List (film), a 2006 American comedy film
- The A-List (novel series), a young adult novel series by Zoey Dean
- The A-List (novel), the first novel in this series
- The A List (album), the second album by British boy band A1
- The A List (radio program), an adult-contemporary chart show on Hit40UK radio
- Association list, in computer science
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