The Other Woman
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The Other Woman typically refers to a mistress (lover) or "the other woman"
Film and television
- The Other Woman (1912 film), a 1912 American short drama film directed by George L. Cox for Selig Polyscope
- The Other Woman (1918 film), a 1918 American drama film directed by Albert Parker
- The Other Woman (1954 film), a 1954 American film noir by Hugo Haas
- The Other Woman, a 1959 Hong Kong film directed by Griffin Yueh Feng
- "The Other Woman", a 1973 episode of the television anthology series ABC's Matinee Today
- The Other Woman (1983 film), a 1983 made-for-television film written by and starring Anne Meara
- The Other Woman (1995 film), a 1995 made-for-television film
- The American title of the 2006 Italian film La sconosciuta
- "The Other Woman" (Lost), a 2008 episode of the television show Lost
- The Other Woman (2009 film), a 2009 American film starring Natalie Portman
- "The Other Woman" (Mad Men), a 2012 episode of the television show Mad Men
- The Other Woman (2014 film), a 2014 American comedy film directed by Nick Cassavetes
- The Other Woman (Jessie Mae Robinson song) The 1959 song by Jessie Mae Robinson performed and popularised by Nina Simone on the album Nina Simone at Town Hall
- The Other Woman (Ray Price song) The 1965 country song by Ray Price, or his album The Other Woman (Ray Price album)
- The Other Woman (Ray Parker, Jr. album), a 1982 album by Ray Parker, Jr.
- "The Other Woman" (song), a 1982 song by Ray Parker, Jr. from that album
- The Other Woman (Loretta Lynn song), a 1963 song by Loretta Lynn
- The Other Woman (Miss Jones album), a 1998 album by Miss Jones
- The Other Woman (Deni Hines and James Morrison album), 2007 jazz album by Deni Hines and James Morrison
- The Other Women, a 2000 album by The Corn Sisters
- The Other Woman (novel), 1983 novel by Joy Fielding, and a 2008 made-for-TV movie based on the same novel
- The Other Woman (book), a 2012 book written by Hank Phillippi Ryan and won the Mary Higgins Clark Award in 2013.
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