Enchanted

Enchanted may refer to:

  • Under the influence of an incantation
  • Enchanted (film), a 2007 Disney film
    • Enchanted (soundtrack), the soundtrack album from the film
    • Enchanted (video game), a Nintendo DS game based on the film
  • Enchanted (1998 film), a film featuring David Kaufman
  • Enchanted (Stevie Nicks album), a box-set by Stevie Nicks
  • Enchanted (Marc Almond album)
  • "Enchanted", a song by Delerium from Karma
  • "Enchanted", a song by The Platters
  • "Enchanted", a song by Patrick Wolf from The Magic Position
  • "Enchanted", a song by Taylor Swift from Speak Now
  • Enchanted, a comics series by Serena Valentino

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Famous quotes containing the word enchanted:

    Some enchanted evening,
    You may see a stranger,
    You may see a stranger,
    Across a crowded room.
    Oscar Hammerstein II (1895–1960)

    We went to Ranelagh. It is a charming place; and the brilliancy of the lights, on my first entrance, made me almost think I was in some enchanted castle or fairy palace, for all looked like magic to me.
    Frances Burney (1752–1840)

    I regard a love for poetry as one of the most needful and helpful elements in the life- outfit of a human being. It was the greatest of blessings to me, in the long days of toil to which I was shut in much earlier than most young girls are, that the poetry I held in my memory breathed its enchanted atmosphere through me and around me, and touched even dull drudgery with its sunshine.
    Lucy Larcom (1824–1893)