Dark blue can refer to:
- Dark blue (color), a variant of the color blue
- Dark Blue (film), a 2002 film directed by Ron Shelton and starring Kurt Russell
- "Dark Blue" (song), a song by the American piano rock band Jack's Mannequin
- Dark Blue (TV series), a 2009 TV series on TNT
- The original name of the supergroup Dark New Day.
- Dark Blue (magazine) (1871–73), British magazine for graduates of Oxford University
- "Dark Blue", a song by the band No Doubt, from the 2000 album "Return of Saturn"
Other articles related to "dark blue, blue":
... The decoration is a dark blue Maltese cross w/ball tips, rimmed gold, silver, or iron according to class and resting on a green-enameled laurel wreath the round purple ... half yellow (left) half equal stripes of blue red, with an open gold, silver, or iron frame at the top of ribbon ... Comes in 3 classes 1st class -dark blue cross with bright gold rim, finials, bust 2nd class -dark blue cross with polished silver rim, finials, bust 3rd class -polished iron cross without ...
... Cricket Club - Egg Bacon (Red yellow) English Counties Derbyshire - Blue Durham - Navy blue Essex - Blue Glamorgan - Blue Gloucestershire - Blue ...
... appearing during the 1790s, when Light Dragoons adopted a dark blue short jacket with a decorative sleeveless over- jacket, or “shell” on top ... red for infantry and heavy cavalry, dark blue for artillery and light cavalry), Foot-Guards and Highland regiments adopted a white shell-jacket, referred to ... The shell jacket became regulation for the US army in 1833, replacing the Napoleonic-era blue tail coat ...
... Chicago Police Department's pattern is dark blue and silver for patrolmen and detectives, and dark blue and gold for sergeants and higher ranks ... it is not worn on the fur trim winter hat nor the light blue riot/motorcycle helmets ... Park and Hillside use black rather than dark blue, in keeping with their uniforms ...
... minor evil villain (voiced by Larry Murphy) who dresses in a tight dark blue mask, tight rubber dark blue outfit, tight yellow gloves, and tight dark blue boots ...
Famous quotes containing the words blue and/or dark:
“This side of the truth,
You may not see, my son,
King of your blue eyes
In the blinding country of youth,
That all is undone,
Under the unminding skies....”
—Dylan Thomas (19141953)
“Lovers of horses and of women, shall
From marble of a broken sepulchre
Or dark betwixt the polecat and the owl,
Or any rich, dark nothing disinter
The workman, noble and saint, and all things run
On that fashionable gyre again.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)