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Alamo Beer
   is a fictional beverage from   
King of the Hill
Described as being "From the lukewarm headwaters of the mighty Brazos River."
Guatemalica Beer
   is a fictional beverage from   
King of the Hill
Hi Brau Beer
   is a fictional beverage from   
King of the Hill
The Hill Family (King of the Hill)
   can be found at   
84 Rainey Street, Arlen, TX
Elliott Smith
   released the album   
From a Basement on the Hill (2004)
The Chainsaw
   appears in   
King of the Hill
Punk rock club in Dallas
King of the Hill (1993)
Jesse Bradford, Jeroen Krabbé and Lisa Eichhorn
Director: Steven Soderbergh
Gladys Taylor
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Over the Hill (1992)
Based on the 1984 book 'Alone in the Australian Outback'
Steven Soderbergh
King of the Hill (1993)
Crime on the Hill (1933)
Sally Blane, Nigel Playfair and Lewis Casson
Director: Bernard Vorhaus. Also starred Anthony Bushell, Phyllis Dare & Judy Kelly
Bernard Vorhaus
Crime on the Hill (1933)
Carla Bley
   released the album   
Escalator Over the Hill
The Hill (1965)
Sean Connery, Harry Andrews and Ian Bannen
Director: Sidney Lumet. Also starred Alfred Lynch, Ossie Davis & Roy Kinnear. Plot: In a North African military prison during World War II, five new prisoners struggle to survive in the face of brutal punishment and sadistic guards. Won BAFTA Film Award.
The Hill (1965)
   has the tagline   
They Went up Like Men! They Came Down Like Animals!
Joe Roberts
   was played by Sean Connery in   
The Hill
Powerful WWII film about a prison camp for errant soldiers - their suffering and degradation - in the North African desert. Connery gives an outstanding performance as an unjustly busted sergeant.
Joe Montegna
   was in the episode   
King of the Hill
As Fat Tony
Strickland Propane
   is a fictional company in   
King of the Hill
Mega Lo Mart
   is a fictional company in   
King of the Hill
Mansion On The Hill
Over the Hill
Mark Twain
"There is an Old-time Toast Which is Golden for Its Beauty: "When You Ascend the Hill of Prosperity May You Not Meet a Friend”"
American humorist and writer
Charles Bukowski
The Days Run Away Like Wild Horses Over the Hills
"the phone rings and it is usually the woman with the sexy voice from the phone company"
Tropic of Cancer
"The Hills Gently Girdle It About: Its Course is Fixed."
Henry Miller
"No One Knows Why He Came, or Why He Turned Away, and Did Not Climb the Hill"
   are the closing lines of   
Snowbanks North of the House by Robert Bly
Man to the Hills
Woman to the Shore
Frederick Delius
Over the Hills and Far Away
Tone poem for orchestra, 1895
The Hills Have Eyes (2006)
   has the tagline   
The Lucky Ones Die First.
Houses of the Holy
Over the Hills and Far Away
"We Shall Fight in the Hills; We Shall Never Surrender"
   is an extract from the   
Fight Them on the Beaches Speech (1940)
Winston Churchill
George Crumb
Unto the Hills
For soprano, percussion quartet and piano
Cry, the Beloved Country
There is a Lovely Road That Runs from Ixopo Into the Hills
Alan Paton, 1948
Till There Was You
   has the opening line   
There Were Bells on the Hill, but I Never Heard Them Ringing
"No, I never heard them at all, Till there was you." Written by Meredith Wilson - from his 1957 Broadway production The Music Man.
The Hills
   has the theme tune   
Performed by Natasha Bedingfield
Wes Craven
The Hills Have Eyes (1977)

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