Cold Blood

Cold blood may refer to:

  • "Cold Blood" (Doctor Who), an episode of the British TV series Doctor Who
  • Cold Blood (band), an American rock/jazz/soul band formed in 1968
  • Cold Blood (TV series), a UK crime drama series

Other articles related to "cold blood":

Lydia Pense
... singer who since 1969 has performed with the band Cold Blood ... Lydia joined Cold Blood in 1968 ... Their initial four albums, Cold Blood, Sisyphus, First Taste of Sin (produced by Donny Hathaway), and Thriller remain their best known work ...
The Four (TV Series) - Cast - Main Cast
... Ron Ng as Cold Blood (冷血) / Lang Ling-hei (冷凌棄), Chukot's fourth student and the youngest of the four young constables ... Cold Blood is extremely talented in wielding swords ... assassin, his life was saved by the Chief Constable, in which Cold Blood agreed to serve for one year as repayment ...
The New Journalism - Anthology - Texts - Tom Wolfe
... First Published in Book Published in In Cold Blood !Excerpt from In Cold Blood Capote, Truman !Truman Capote 01965-09-25September 25, 1965 The New Yorker In Cold Blood ...
Ace Bhatti - Filmography
... Rajah 2005 Ultimate Force Handsome Life Isn't All Ha Ha Hee Hee Deepak Cold Blood Ajay Roychowdury 2005–06 Coronation Street Jayesh Parekh 2006 Bradford Riots Faisal Blue Murder Saadiq Aziz Goldplated Haq ... Dhillon Casualty Andy Fishman 2007–08 Cold Blood DC Ajay Roychowdury Secret Diary of a Call Girl Ashok 3 Episodes 2008 Kiss of Death Miles Trueman 2008–11 The ...
The New Journalism - Anthology - Texts - Truman Capote, In Cold Blood
... The excerpt from In Cold Blood, is the fifth text in the anthology ... In Cold Blood was initially, published as a four-part serial in The New Yorker, beginning with the September 25, 1965 issue ...

Famous quotes containing the words blood and/or cold:

    Yet who would have thought the old man to have had so much blood in him?
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    To watch that world come up like a cold sun,
    Rewarding others, is my liberty.
    Not to prevent it is my will’s fulfilment.
    Willing it, my ailment.
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)