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The House may refer to:
In arts and entertainment
In film and television
- The House (1975 film), a Yugoslav film
- The House (1983 film), an Icelandic film
- The House (1997 film), a Lithuanian film
- The House (1999 film), a Chinese film directed by Wang Xiaoshuai
- The House (2011 film), a Slovak/Czech drama film directed by Zuzana Liová
- The House (2013 film), a Chinese film directed by Yuan Li
- The House (2017 film), an American comedy film directed by Andrew J. Cohen
- The House (TV series), a 1996 BBC series about the Royal Opera House, London
- The House, a 1926 novel by Richmal Crompton
- The House, 1944 book by Marjorie Hill Allee
- The House, 1997, by Bentley Little
- The House (novel), a 2006 novel by Danielle Steel
- The House (magazine), a magazine relating to the House of Commons of the United Kingdom
- The House, a 2009 children's book written by J. Patrick Lewis and illustrated by Roberto Innocenti
Other uses in arts and entertainment
- The House (Katie Melua album), 2010
- The House (Porches album), 2018
- The House (radio program), a political radio programme in Canada
- The House, a palace-city surrounded by The Garden in the fantasy series The Claidi Journals
- The House (The Keys to the Kingdom), the primary setting of a Garth Nix fantasy series
- The House (trees), a group of monumental Giant Sequoias in Sequoia National Park, California
- House (legislature), in various countries
- The House (restaurant), Michelin starred restaurant in Ireland
- A casino, in the context of a gamble for which it sets the terms
- Christ Church, Oxford, a college nicknamed "The House"
- Random House, a publishing company nicknamed "The House"
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