Duane may refer to:

  • Duane, New York, a US town
  • Duane Barry, 29th episode of The X-Files
  • Duane Hopwood, a 2005 film featured in the Sundance Film Festival
  • USCGC Duane (WPG-33), a US Coast Guard cutter and artificial-reef shipwreck
  • Duane (surname), people with the surname Duane
  • Duane (given name), people with the given name Duane

Other articles related to "duane":

Duane Carrell
... Duane Carrell is a former professional American football player who played punter for four seasons for the Dallas Cowboys, Los Angeles Rams, New York Jets, and St ... Persondata Name Carrell, Duane Alternative names Short description American football player Date of birth 1949-10-03 Place of birth Washington, D.C ...
Michael Duane - Publications and Writings
... Duane, Michael (January 1943), "Drama in Schools", The Derbyshire Countryside Duanel, M (published anonymously) (1961), "Sex education a small experiment ... Stoneman, Education for Democracy (Harmondsworth Penguin) Duane, Michael (1970), "The Training of Teachers", Education for the Seventies Transcriptions of the Cambridge ...
Duane, Virginia
... Duane is an unincorporated community in King William County, Virginia, United States. ...
Last Of The Duanes (novel) - Characters in "Last of The Duanes"
... Buck Duane son of a famous Texas gunman turned outlaw who quickly gains a deadly reputation of his own ... Euchre an old outlaw living high in the mountains who befriends Duane and helps plot Jennie's escape ... a captain of the Texas Rangers who's searching for Buck Duane ...
Matthew Duane
... Matthew Duane (1707–1785) was an English Roman Catholic conveyancer and art patron ... Of obscure family origins, by the 1730s Duane had established himself as a 'chamber counsel' and conveyancer in Newcastle and London ... Duane was a Fellow of the Royal Society and of the Society of Antiquaries, and a trustee of the British Museum, and had a reputation as a leading collector of coins and medals ...