Bounty may refer to:

  • Bounty (reward), an amount of money or other reward offered by an organization for the capture of a person or thing

In transportation:

  • HMS Bounty, an 18th century British Royal Navy ship
  • Bounty (1960 ship), replica in the movie Mutiny on the Bounty with Marlon Brando; sunk in 2012 Hurricane Sandy
  • Bounty (1978 ship), replica in the movie The Bounty with Mel Gibson

In geography:

  • Bounty, Saskatchewan, a ghost town located in Saskatchewan, Canada.
  • Bounty Bay, an embayment of the Pacific Ocean into Pitcairn Island, named for the ship
  • Bounty Islands, a small group of 13 islets and numerous rocks in the south Pacific Ocean which are territorially part of New Zealand

In film, television, and radio:

  • The Bounty, a 1984 film with Mel Gibson and Anthony Hopkins
  • The Bounty (2012 film), a Hong Kong film
  • The Bounty Hunter, a 2010 film directed by Andy Tennant, starring Gerard Butler and Jennifer Aniston.
  • Bounty, a 1993 documentary, the first Kinopanorama production shot in Australia.
  • "Bounty" (Enterprise episode), a second season episode of Star Trek: Enterprise
  • "Bounty" (Stargate SG-1), an episode of the science fiction television series Stargate SG-1
  • "Bounty" (The A-Team), an episode from the TV series The A-Team
  • Bounty (Doctor Who audio), a Doctor Who audio production based on the television series
  • "Bounty", a first-series episode of Blake's 7.
  • The iamamiwhoami's video series released all in 2010.
  • The Bounty (Hong Kong film), a 2012 Hong Kong comedy film

In other fields:

  • Bounty (chocolate bar), a brand of coconut-filled chocolate bar
  • Bounty (comics), a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe
  • Bounty, an evil entity that possessed and took over the identity of the DC Comics character Dawnstar
  • Bounty (brand), a brand of paper towel manufactured by Procter & Gamble.
  • Bounty Day, the national holiday of Norfolk Island, celebrated on Pitcairn Island on a different day, commemorating the ship
  • Bounty (parenting club), a UK parenting and pregnancy club.

Other articles related to "bounty":

List Of Marvel Comics Characters: B - Bounty
... Further reading Bounty at the Marvel Universe wiki Bounty on Marvel Database, a Marvel Comics wiki Bounty at the Comic Book DB Bounty is an alien bounty hunter in the Marvel Comics universe ...
Bounty, Saskatchewan - History
... Bounty was once a small village of 200 residents, with nineteen businesses, including three grain elevators, two banks, a three-story 24-room hotel, and a newspaper called the Fertile Valley Echo ... Around 1911, Bounty had a professional baseball team that played other towns in the area ... Today, Bounty sits lonely on the prairie skyline, for all that remains is a few scattered buildings, a community hall, and a cemetery ...
Volunteers On The Money Trail - Bounty Hunter
... A bounty hunter is someone that takes a more active role regarding the information they learn ... The bounty hunter gets to keep a portion of certain types of penalties accessed against a guilty party ...
Bounty (parenting Club)
... Bounty is a promotions company, pregnancy and parenting club ... On November 29, 2007, Bounty was acquired by Kaboose, Inc ... (TSX KAB) Bounty’s parenting club offers information, support and products for families from the pre-birth to the pre-school period ...
List Of Charmed Characters - Alphabetical Character Biographical Listings - Demon Bounty-hunters
... Demonic Bounty Hunters come in a variety of demon races and capabilities ... level demons will stop at nothing to collect their bounty, which frequently is their path to greater powers and an easier existence ... Bounty hunter track down fugitive demons, but if the price is right, they can go after anyone, as they did in the early years before the demonic world realized such had little chance against the Charmed Ones ...

Famous quotes containing the word bounty:

    My bounty is as boundless as the sea,
    My love as deep. The more I give to thee
    The more I have, for both are infinite.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)