Spin - in Entertainment

In Entertainment

  • Spin, an animated speaking globe on Really Wild Animals
  • Spin (1995 film), documentary film of politicians' behind-the-scenes conversations
  • Spin (2004 film), directed by James Redford
  • Spin (2007 film), directed by Henry Pincus
  • Spin (novel), a 2005 novel by Robert Charles Wilson
  • Spin (magazine), a pop music magazine
  • "Spin" (House), a 2005 episode of the television series House
  • "Spin" (Charlie Jade), an episode of the television series Charlie Jade
  • Spin, a short film by Max Hattler (2010)
  • Spin City, an American sitcom television series

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