Catch Me If You Can (disambiguation)


Catch Me If You Can (disambiguation)

Catch Me if You Can is a child's game, where one child tags another, announces "Catch me if you can!" and then runs away. The other child must then chase, and attempt to catch, the initiator. The phrase is thus well-known in the English language, and commonly used in popular culture to characterise scenarios where one character must chase another.

In particular, it may refer to:

;Films/theater/tv
* "Catch Me if You Can" (1959 film), directed by Don Weis
* "Catch Me if You Can" (Broadway comedy), written by Willie Gilbert and Jack Weinstock
* "Catch Me if You Can" (1989 film), directed by Stephen Sommers
* "Catch Me if You Can" (1998 film), a TV movie starring Tim Matheson
* "Catch Me if You Can", a 2002 film directed by Steven Spielberg
* "Catch 'Em if You Can", an episode of "The Simpsons" that parodies the title scene of the 2002 film
* "Catch Me if You Can" (musical), a work-in-progress Broadway musical based on the book and 2002 film

;Music
*"Catch Me if You Can" (song), by Ana Johnsson from her second studio album "Little Angel"
*"Catch Me if You Can" (M. Pakora song), a song by Matt Pokora from his album "MP3"
*"Catch Me if You Can" (Angela Via song), on the
*"Catch Me if You Can" (song), a song by Gym Class Heroes from their fourth studio album The Quilt.

;Other
*"Catch Me if You Can" (book), about con artist Frank Abagnale
* "Catch Me if You Can", another name for the game Pounce!

ee also

*"Catch Us If You Can", 1965 Dave Clark Five song
*Catch me who can, an early railway locomotive


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