Down-and-out


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  • Down and out — may refer to: In film and television: Down and Out in Paris and London, a 1933 semi autobiographical book by George Orwell Down and Out in Beverly Hills, a 1986 American comedy film Down and Out in America, a 1986 documentary film on poverty in… …   Wikipedia

  • down-and-out — adj. 1. impoverished; usually implying a state of dejection as well. [WordNet 1.5 +PJC] 2. physically weak. Syn: down and out. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • down-and-out — n. a person who is destitute; as, he tried to help the down and out. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • down-and-out — adjective Date: 1901 1. destitute, impoverished 2. physically weakened or incapacitated • down and out or down and outer noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Down and Out in Beverly Hills — Theatrical release poster Directed by Paul Mazursky …   Wikipedia

  • Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom —   …   Wikipedia

  • Down and out (disambiguation) — Down and Out is a passing play in American football where the quarterback passes to a pre arranged wide receiver.Down and Out may also refer to:In film and television: * Down and Out in Paris and London , a 1933 semi autobiographical book by… …   Wikipedia

  • Down and Out in America — Video tape cover Directed by Lee Grant Produced by Joseph Feury Milton Justice Carol Cuddy …   Wikipedia

  • Down and Out in Paris and London — For the album, see Down and Out in Paris and London (album). Down and Out in Paris and London   …   Wikipedia

  • Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out — is a blues standard, written by Jimmie Cox in 1923. Its lyric, told from the point of view of a one time millionaire during the Prohibition era, reflects on the fleeting nature of material wealth and the friendships that come and go with… …   Wikipedia

  • Down and Outing — Tom and Jerry series The title card of Down and Outing Directed by Gene Deitch …   Wikipedia


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