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To Have and to Hold or To Have & to Hold may refer to:
A fugitive is a person fleeing from arrest.
The Return may refer to:
Resurrection refers to the coming back to life of the dead.
Lost may refer to getting lost, or to:
Close to Home may refer to:
Redemption may refer to:
The Parable of the Prodigal Son is a parable of Jesus from the Bible.
Faith is confidence or trust in a particular religious belief system.
Magician or The Magician may refer to:
Destiny is a predetermined course of events or fixed natural order of the universe.
Abandon, abandoned, or abandonment may refer to:
Outcast or Outcasts may refer to:
Missing link is a non-scientific term derived from early discussion of the evolution of humans. The term may refer to:
The Eleventh Hour may refer to:
The Bridge may refer to:
Stranded may refer to:
James VI and I has been depicted a number of times in popular culture.
The Other Woman may refer to:
To Have and to Hold is a 1916 American silent adventure/drama film directed by George Melford. Based on the 1899 novel of the same name, the film starred Wallace Reid and Mae Murray in her film debut.
Seesaw is a three-part British television crime drama, written by Deborah Moggach and directed by George Case, first broadcast on ITV on 12 March 1998. The series, based upon Moggach's own novel of the same name, stars David Suchet and Geraldine James as Morris and Val Price, an upper-middle class couple whose daughter, Hannah, is kidnapped and held to ransom for £500,000. Forced to sell everything they own to ensure the safe return of their daughter, Morris and Val are further shattered by the revelation that Hannah is pregnant with the kidnapper's baby.