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The Mission may refer to:
Film and theater
- The Mission (1983 film), a film by Parviz Sayyad
- The Mission (1986 film), 1986 film by Roland Joffé
- The Mission (1999 film), a.k.a. Cheung fo, by Johnnie To
- The Mission (play), 1980 German play (Der Auftrag) by former East German playwright Heiner Müller
- The Mission of IS, an upcoming 2017 film based on terrorist attack by IS.
- The Mission (soundtrack), the original score album of the 1986 film by Ennio Morricone
- The Mission (band), a.k.a. The Mission UK, British gothic rock band formed in 1986
- The Mission (Captain Jack album), 1996
- The Mission (Royal Hunt album), 2001
- "The Mission", a song by 30 Seconds to Mars from their 2002 self-titled album
- "The Mission", a song on Puscifer's 2009 album "C" is for (Please Insert Sophomoric Genitalia Reference HERE)
- "The Mission" (theme music), composed by John Williams, used as the basis of themes of various NBC and Seven news programs
- The Mission (novel), novel by Hans Habe based on the events surrounding the Evian Conference in 1938
- The Mission, newsletter by University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
- "The Mission" (Amazing Stories), a 1985 episode from the TV Series Amazing Stories directed by Steven Spielberg
- Mission District, San Francisco, California, US
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