Whistle Down the Wind


Whistle Down the Wind

Whistle Down the Wind may refer to:

* "Whistle Down the Wind" (film), a film directed by Bryan Forbes
* "Whistle Down the Wind" (musical), a musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber, based on the film
* "Whistle Down the Wind" (novel), a novel by Mary Hayley Bell, basis for the film
* "Whistle Down the Wind", a song by Nick Heyward
* "Whistle Down the Wind", a song by Tom Waits from "Bone Machine"


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  • Whistle Down the Wind — ist ein Musical von Andrew Lloyd Webber (Musik) und Jim Steinman (Texte), basierend auf dem gleichnamigen Film (deutscher Titel: ...woher der Wind weht) von Bryan Forbes (1961). Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Produktionsgeschichte 2 Handlung 3 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • whistle down the wind — 1. (from the practice of casting a hawk off down the wind when turning it loose) to abandon or let go 2. To talk to no purpose • • • Main Entry: ↑whistle …   Useful english dictionary

  • whistle down the wind — If you whistle down the wind, you abandon, send away or leave something or someone …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • whistle down the wind — ► whistle down the wind let go or abandon (something). Main Entry: ↑whistle …   English terms dictionary

  • Whistle Down the Wind (musical) — Infobox Musical name= Whistle Down the Wind subtitle= caption= Logo music= Andrew Lloyd Webber lyrics= Jim Steinman book= Patricia Knop Andrew Lloyd Webber Gale Edwards basis= 1961 film Whistle Down the Wind productions= 1996 Washington DC 1998… …   Wikipedia

  • Whistle Down the Wind (film) — Infobox Film name = Whistle Down The Wind writer = Mary Hayley Bell starring = Hayley Mills Bernard Lee Alan Bates director = Bryan Forbes producer = Richard Attenborough music = Malcolm Arnold released = 1961 country = UK language = English… …   Wikipedia

  • whistle something down the wind — 1》 let go or abandon something. 2》 archaic turn a trained hawk loose by casting it off with the wind. → whistle …   English new terms dictionary

  • whistle something down the wind — let something go; abandon something ■ turn a trained hawk loose by casting it off with the wind …   Useful english dictionary

  • whistle — ► NOUN 1) a clear, high pitched sound made by forcing breath through pursed lips, or between one s teeth. 2) any similar sound. 3) an instrument used to produce such a sound. ► VERB 1) emit or produce a whistle. 2) produce (a tune) in such a way …   English terms dictionary

  • The Everly Brothers — The Everly Brothers, Phil (left) and Don Background information Born Don Everly February 1, 1937 (1937 02 01) …   Wikipedia


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