- Malone (disambiguation)
Malone is a surname.
Malone may also refer to:
- Malone River in Piedmont, Italy
- Malone, Florida
- Malone, Kentucky
- Malone (town), New York
- Malone, Texas
- Malone Road and Malone and Upper Malone, wards in Balmoral, Belfast
- Malone University, a private college in Canton, Ohio
- Malone College (Northern Ireland), an integrated school in Belfast
In other uses:
- Malone (film), a 1987 film starring Burt Reynolds
- Malone RFC, a rugby club in Belfast
- "Malone" (2000AD), a 2000 AD story
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