Bad Girl

Bad Girl may refer to:

  • Bad Girl (1931 film), a 1931 film directed by Frank Borzage
  • Bad Girl (1963 film), a 1963 Japanese film
  • The Bad Girl, a 2006 novel by Mario Vargas Llosa
  • Xuyen Pham or Bad Girl, professional poker player
  • "Bad Girl", an episode of the TV series Zoey 101
  • Bad Girl, a character from the video game No More Heroes

Read more about Bad Girl:  Music

Other articles related to "bad girl":

Bad Girl - Music
... Bad Girl 1973 New York Dolls Bad Girl (La Toya Jackson album) "Bad Girl" (La Toya Jackson song) Bad Girl (Cherry Vanilla album), an album by Cherry Vanilla "Bad Girl" (Black Buddafly song) "Bad Girl" (Danity ...
List Of No More Heroes Characters - United Assassins Association - No More Heroes - Bad Girl
... Bad Girl is a 23-year-old assassin who lives in the basement of Destroy Stadium her real name as well as her nationality are unknown ... Bad Girl is voiced by Kathryn Fiore and YĆ«ko Sanpei in Japanese ...
Lollipop Candy Bad Girl - DVD Track Listing
... Lollipop Candy Bad Girl" (PV) "Lollipop Candy Bad Girl" (short version) (PV) Tomoko Kawase Studio Albums Tommy february6 Tommy Airline Tommy heavenly6 Heavy Starry ...
Bad Girl (The Miracles Song)
... "Bad Girl" is a 1959 Doo-wop single by The Miracles ... A Change", and "(You Can) Depend On Me", "Bad Girl" was their first national chart hit, reaching #93 on the Billboard Hot 100 ... Records' President and Founder Berry Gordy, "Bad Girl" is a sad, remorseful ballad about a young woman, whom Robinson, as the narrator, says "was so good at the start", but ...
Bad Girl (Danity Kane Song) - Track Listing
... CD Single "Bad Girl" "Bad Girl" "Bad Girl" "Bad Girl" 12" Single A Side "Bad Girl" "Bad Girl" "Bad Girl" B Side "Damaged" "Damaged" "Damaged" ...

Famous quotes containing the words girl and/or bad:

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    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)

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    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)