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The Bridge may refer to:
Art, entertainment and media
- The Bridge (sculpture), a 1997 sculpture in Atlanta, Georgia
- Die Brücke (The Bridge), a group of German expressionist artists
- The Bridge (M. C. Escher), a lithograph print by M. C. Escher
- De brug (The Bridge), a 1928 documentary short directed by Joris Ivens, of a vertical lift railway bridge
- The Bridge (1929 film), aka The Spy, a short silent film directed by Charles Vidor
- Die Brücke (film) (The Bridge), a 1959 World War II film directed by Bernhard Wicki based on the novel of the same name
- The Bridge (1969 film) (also called Most), directed by Yugoslav director Hajrudin Krvavac
- The Bridge (1992 film), based on the novel by Maggie Hemingway
- The Bridge (1997 film), a short directed by Peter Greenaway
- The Bridge (2003 film), directed by Bobby Garabedian, written and produced by William Zabka
- The Bridge (2006 documentary film), a documentary about individuals who committed suicide at the Golden Gate Bridge in 2004
- The Bridge (2006 drama film), a fictional story of involvement and disillusionment with Scientology
- The Bridge (2015 film), based on the novel by Karen Kingsbury
Literature and publications
- The Bridge, 1845 poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
- "The Bridge" (short story), a short story by Franz Kafka written in 1916
- The Bridge (long poem), a 1930 modernist poem by Hart Crane
- Die Brücke (novel) (The Bridge), a 1958 West German anti-war novel by Manfred Gregor
- The Bridge, 1960 children's book by Charlton Osborn, illustrated by Evaline Ness
- The Bridge (novel), published in 1986 by Iain Banks
- The Bridge (short story collection), published in 1986 by Zayd Mutee' Dammaj
- The Bridge (1991 novel) by John Skipp and Craig Spector
- The Bridge (journal), a National Academy of Engineering journal covering roles of engineering in society which began publication in 1996
- The Bridge (2000 novel) by Janine Ellen Young, nominated for 2000 Philip K. Dick Award
- The Bridge: The Life and Rise of Barack Obama, a 2010 biography
- The Bridge (band), a jam band from Baltimore, Maryland
- The Bridge, a Slovak band from Bardejov, which changed its name to The Bridgeheads in 2007
- The Bridge (Ace of Base album)
- The Bridge (Billy Joel album), 1986
- The Bridge (Concept of a Culture), an album by Grandmaster Flash
- The Bridge (Letter Kills album), 2004
- The Bridge (Melanie Fiona album), 2009
- The Bridge (Sonny Rollins album), 1962
- The Bridge: A Tribute to Neil Young, 1989 anthology album
- The Bridge, an album by Sam Glaser
- The Bridge, an album by Thomas Leer and Robert Rental
- "The Bridge" (Elton John song), 2006
- "The Bridge", a song by MC Shan, on his album Down by Law
- "The Bridge" (Deane Waretini song), 1981
- "The Bridge", a song by Neil Young on his album Time Fades Away
- The Bridge (Sirius XM), a satellite radio channel devoted to soft rock music
- KTBG, a listener supported radio station in Warrensburg, Missouri; serving the Kansas City, Missouri market, known as The Bridge.
- 102.5 The Bridge, a community radio station in England serving the Black Country area of the West Midlands
- The Bridge (2005 TV series), an American documentary series and community show chronicling old-school hip hop on NYCTV
- The Bridge (Canadian TV series), a 2009 police drama series aired in Canada and the US
- The Bridge (2011 TV series), a 2011–2018 Danish–Swedish police drama series
- "The Bridge" (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), an episode of the American television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
- The Bridge (video game), a 2013 video game
- The Bridge Peer Counseling Center, at Stanford University
- Die Brücke (institute), an institute founded in Munich
- Queensbridge Houses, a public housing development in Queens referenced in various hip-hop songs as "the Bridge"
- Stamford Bridge (stadium), home of Chelsea F.C.
- The Bridge to Total Freedom, a concept in Scientology, sometimes abbreviated to simply "The Bridge"
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