McFadden's Flats may refer to:
Cheryl Gates McFadden is an American actress and choreographer. She is usually credited as Cheryl McFadden when working as a choreographer and Gates McFadden for acting work. She is best known for playing Dr. Beverly Crusher in the Star Trek: The Next Generation television series and in the four subsequent films.
Mistake(s) may refer to:
McFadden and Whitehead were an American R&B duo, best known for their signature tune "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now". They wrote and produced some of the most popular R&B hits of the 1970s, and were primarily associated with the Gamble and Huff record label, Philadelphia International Records.
Brian Nicholas McFadden is an Irish pop singer and television presenter who rose to fame in 1998 as a member of the Irish boy band Westlife. Following his departure from the group in 2004, McFadden released his debut solo album, Irish Son. He has since released four studio albums: Set in Stone, Wall of Soundz, The Irish Connection, and Otis.
Serial may refer to:
"All I Want Is You" is a song by Irish rock band U2. It is the final track on their 1988 album, Rattle and Hum, and was released as its fourth and final single on 12 June 1989. It also appears in the Rattle and Hum film, playing over the closing credits.
Cynthia McFadden is an American television journalist who is currently the senior legal and investigative correspondent for NBC News. She was an anchor and correspondent for ABC News who co-anchored Nightline, and occasionally appeared on ABC News special Primetime. She was with ABC News from 1994 to 2014 and joined NBC News in March 2014.
Australia's Got Talent is an Australian reality television talent show. The show is based on the Got Talent series format that originated in the United Kingdom with Simon Cowell.
McFadden may refer to:
Walter C. Kelly was a vaudeville comedian and actor.
"Bop Bop Baby" is a song by Irish boy band Westlife and it was released on 20 May 2002 as the third and final single from their third studio album, World of Our Own (2001). The single peaked at number five on the UK Singles Chart; during an interview, the band claimed this was due to the obscure choice of single, as they would have much preferred to release "Why Do I Love You", for which they had recorded a video. It is the band's 18th-best-selling single in paid-for sales and in combined sales in the United Kingdom as of January 2019. Billboard named the single one of the "Top 15 Underrated Boy Band Jams" in 2015.
Chimmie Fadden Out West is a 1915 American silent Western comedy film directed by Cecil B. DeMille. It was made as a sequel to Chimmie Fadden. Once lost, a print is now held in the George Eastman House Motion Picture Collection.
McFadden is a Scottish and Irish patronymic surname, meaning "son of little Patrick," named after St. Patrick, Ireland's patron saint. The Celtic prefix "Mc" means "son of", while "Fadden" is derived from the Gaelic Páidín, meaning "little Patrick". There are variant spellings, including Irish McFaddin, MacFadden, Mac Phaidin, the Scottish McFadin, McFadyen, MacFadyen, McFadwyn, McFadyean, MacFadzean, McFadyon, McFayden, Fadden, Fadyen, Faden, Fadin, and Fadwyn. McFadden is uncommon as a given name. People with the surname include:
Just the Way You Are may refer to:
"Mistakes" is the third single released from Irish singer Brian McFadden's third studio album, Wall of Soundz. The song was written by McFadden and Jez Ashurst, and was produced by McFadden and Robert Conley. The single was released on 17 September 2010 and features McFadden's then-fiancée, Delta Goodrem. The song appears to be about a dysfunctional and destructive relationship. "You keep dragging me down, you keep dragging me down/I'm drowning in you/Theres no hope for me now, theres no hope for me now/I should have walked away" sourced at the song lyrics pages.
David McFadden may refer to:
McFadden's Flats is a 1927 silent film based on an 1896 play.
Gus Hill was an American vaudeville performer who juggled Indian clubs. He later became a burlesque and vaudeville entrepreneur. Hill was one of the founders of the Columbia Amusement Company, an association of burlesque shows and theaters, and became president of the American Burlesque Association. He also staged drama and musical comedies. He launched a highly popular series of "cartoon theatricals", musical comedies based on comic strips or cartoons. At one time he was running fourteen different shows.
McFadden's Flats is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Ralph Murphy and written by Arthur Caesar, Edward Kaufman, Andy Rice and Casey Robinson. The film stars Walter C. Kelly, Andy Clyde, Richard Cromwell, Jane Darwell, Betty Furness, George Barbier and Phyllis Brooks. The film was released on March 29, 1935, by Paramount Pictures.
Joseph McFadden may refer to: