Sleeping Beauty (disambiguation)
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Sleeping Beauty is a classic fairy tale.
Sleeping Beauty may also refer to:
- The Sleeping Beauty (film), a 1930 Soviet film directed by Georgi Vasilyev and Sergei Vasilyev
- The Sleeping Beauty (1935 film), a cartoon in the Puppetoon series by George Pal, included in The Puppetoon Movie
- Sleeping Beauty (1942 film), an Italian film
- Sleeping Beauty (1959 film), an animated film from Walt Disney Pictures
- Aurora (Disney), the title character of the Disney film
- Sleeping Beauty (1973 film) or Some Call It Loving, a drama by James B. Harris
- Sleeping Beauty (1987 film), a film starring Tahnee Welch
- Sleeping Beauty, a direct-to-video short-animated film released in 1991.
- Sleeping Beauty (1995 film), a direct-to-video animated film
- Sleeping Beauty (2010 film), a film by Catherine Breillat
- Sleeping Beauty (2011 film), an Australian film starring Emily Browning
- Sleeping Beauty (2014 film), an American film directed by Casper Van Dien
- The Sleeping Beauty (novel), a 2010 novel by Mercedes Lackey
- Sleeping Beauty (Phillip Margolin novel), 2004
- Sleeping Beauty Trilogy, three erotic novels (1983-1985) by Anne Rice writing under the pseudonym A. N. Roquelaure
- Sleeping Beauty (Ross Macdonald novel), 1973
- The Sleeping Beauty (Taylor novel), a 1953 novel by the English writer Elizabeth Taylor
Music and theatre
- Dornröschen (The Sleeping Beauty), a 1902 opera by Humperdinck
- The Sleeping Beauty (ballet), an 1889 ballet by Tchaikovsky, originally choreographed by Marius Petipa
- La belle au bois dormant (opera), an opera by Michele Carafa
- The Sleeping Beauty (Live in Israel), an album by Tiamat
- The Sleeping Beauty in the Wood, an 1840 extravaganza by James Planché
- Sleeping Beauty, a 1979 album by Sun Ra
- "Sleeping Beauty", a song by Brotherhood of Man from Higher Than High
- "Sleeping Beauty", a song by Lene Lovich from Stateless
- "Sleeping Beauty", a song by A Perfect Circle from Mer de Noms
- "La bella dormente nel bosco", a 1921 opera by Respighi
- "To A Sleeping Beauty", a 1962 spoken-word song by Jimmy Dean
- Sleeping Beauty Galaxy or Black Eye Galaxy
- Sleeping Beauty transposon system, a genetic tool for gene discovery and gene transfer
- Oxalis corniculata or Sleeping Beauty, a herbaceous plant
- Kleine-Levin syndrome or Sleeping Beauty syndrome, a neurological disorder
- Nicole Delien, a woman that suffers from Kleine-Levin syndrome and is called "Sleeping Beauty" in the media
- Somnophilia or Sleeping Beauty syndrome, a paraphilia
- Sleeping Beauty (paper with delayed recognition)
- "Sleeping Beauty" (Faerie Tale Theatre), an episode of Faerie Tale Theatre
- "The Sleeping Beauty" (The O.C.), an episode of The O.C.
- "Sleeping Beauty", an episode of Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends
- Sleeping Beauty (album), a comedy album by Cheech and Chong
- Sleeping Beauty (canoe), a WWII submersible electric-powered canoe for a frogman to ride
- The Sleeping Beauty (wax figure), a wax figure at Madame Tussauds in London
- Sleeping Beauty, Kalinga, a mountain in the Philippines
- Sleeping Beauty Castle, a structure at the center of Disneyland Park and Hong Kong Disneyland Park
- Sleeping Beauty Mountain Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada
- La Bella Durmiente (Spanish for "Sleeping Beauty"), a mountain in Peru.
- Sleeping Beauty problem, a puzzle in probability
- Sleeping Beauty is also a name for Bordeaux in France.
- The Sleeping Beauty, also known as the 'Cailleach Na Mointeach' or 'Hag of the Moors' is a spectacular skyline of a woman's prone form seen from the standing stones of Callanish on the west coast of the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland.
- Dornröschen (Sussmann-Hellborn), sculpture ("Sleeping Beauty")
- "Sleeping beauty" can also refer to an extinct language.
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