King Rat may mean:
- Uromys rex, a species of rat
- King Rat (1962 novel), a novel by James Clavell set in World War II
- King Rat (film), released in 1965, based on the James Clavell novel
- King Rat (1998 novel), an urban fantasy novel by China Miéville
- "King Rat" (song), a 2 track vinyl promo by Modest Mouse
- King Rat is the head of the Grand Order of Water Rats, a music hall society of Great Britain
- King Rat, the nickname of the Ulster loyalist Billy Wright, and an autobiography he wrote detailing his activities
Other articles related to "king rat, rat, king, rats":
... Saul Garamond Primary protagonist, a half human, half rat hybrid, due to being King Rat's son ... King Rat Title character, fallen king of the rats, father of Saul, and locked into a centuries long feud with the Piper ... Pied Piper of Hamelin, has returned to continue his feud with King Rat ...
... Humanimal was a musical project featuring Pontus Norgren (Great King Rat) and Marcel Jacob (Talisman) ... idea was to have a hard rock record with three singers Leif Sundin (Great King Rat, John Norum, Michael Schenker Group), Jeff Scott Soto (Talisman, ex-Yngwie Malmsteen) and Mats ... they should use for that kind of musical project and they chose Tomas Broman (Great King Rat, Electric Boys, Amaze Me, Hughes Turner Project, Glenn Hughes) ...
... In publication order, the books are King Rat (1962) Tai-Pan (1966) Shōgun (1975) Noble House (1981) Whirlwind (1986) Gai-Jin (1993) The name "Asian Saga" was not applied to the series until following ... set in Hong Kong, 1841 Gai-Jin set in Japan, 1862 King Rat set in a Japanese POW camp, Singapore, 1945 Noble House set in Hong Kong, 1963 Whirlwind ... and Struans storylines, while two characters from King Rat (Robin Grey and Peter Marlowe) appear in Noble House ...
... Peter Marlowe is a character in the Clavell novels King Rat and Noble House, although he is also mentioned once (as a friend of Andrew Gavallan) in ... Featured much more prominently in King Rat, he is an English FEPOW in Changi prison during World War II ... is based on real events (like Clavell and King Rat) when asked which character was based on him Marlowe answers "Perhaps I'm not there at all." ...
Famous quotes containing the words rat and/or king:
“It is restful, tragedy, because one knows that there is no more lousy hope left. You know youre caught, caught at last like a rat with all the world on its back. And the only thing left to do is shoutnot moan, or complain, but yell out at the top of your voice whatever it was you had to say. What youve never said before. What perhaps you dont even know till now.”
—Jean Anouilh (19101987)
“I am the king of courtesy ... a Corinthian, a lad of mettle, a good boy.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)