Uncle Tom's Cabin (disambiguation)
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Uncle Tom's Cabin is an anti-slavery novel by American author Harriet Beecher Stowe.
Uncle Tom's Cabin may also refer to:
- Uncle Tom's Cabin (film adaptations)
- Uncle Tom's Cabin (1910 Thanhouser film), a 1910 film produced by the Thanhouser Company
- Uncle Tom's Cabin (1918 film), a 1918 American silent drama film
- Uncle Tom's Cabin (1927 film), a silent film directed by Harry A. Pollard
- Uncle Tom's Cabin (1965 film), a film by Géza von Radványi
- Uncle Tom's Cabin (1987 film), a television film featuring Avery Brooks
- "Uncle Tom's Cabin" (song), a 1990 song by Warrant from Cherry Pie
- Uncle Tom's Cabin Historic Site—Ontario, the home of Josiah Henson
- Uncle Tom's Cabin—Wincanton, Somerset, England, the Public house that has a unique pub sign that shows a broken drum on one side and a mended drum on the other. A tribute to Sir Terry Pratchett and an inn mentioned in many of his 'Discworld' novels. Wincanton is the only town to be twinned with a mythical town; in this case Ank Morpork where the pub The Mended/Broken drum is situated. Wincanton has two roads named after those found in this mythical city: Peach Pie Street and Treacle Mine Road.
- A Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe
- Onkel Toms Hütte (Berlin U-Bahn), a U-Bahn station
- Tom Shows, stage productions based on Uncle Tom's Cabin
- Uncle Tom, a pejorative term for a Black person who is perceived as behaving subserviently to White authority
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