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Crane

Crane or cranes may refer to:

Crane or cranes may also refer to

Contents

  • People 1
    • Surname 1.1
    • Given name 1.2
  • Places 2
    • Barbados 2.1
    • United States 2.2
  • Businesses 3
  • Media and entertainment 4
    • Film 4.1
    • Games 4.2
    • Music 4.3
    • Television 4.4
  • Martial arts 5
  • Military 6
  • See also 7

People

Surname

  • Crane (surname), a surname (including a list of people and fictional characters with the surname)

Given name

Places

Barbados

United States

Businesses

Media and entertainment

Film

Games

  • Crane Game, a "claw" type redemption arcade game

Music

  • Crane, a Los Angeles-based pop/rock group headed by Chuck Crane (a.k.a. Chuck Kirkpatrick) that released one album on Capitol Records in 1978
  • Cranes (band), a British alternative rock band
  • Crane School of Music, a school in Potsdam, New York, United States

Television

  • Crane (TV series), a British TV series starring Patrick Allen, which ran from 1963 to 1965

Martial arts

Military

  • Cessna Crane, a British name for the United States built Cessna AT-17 Bobcat training aircraft
  • USS Crane (DD-109), a Wickes class destroyer, named after William M. Crane

See also

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