Servant

Servant

Servant oder The Servant ist der Name von:

  • einer französischen Gemeinde im Département Puy-de-Dôme, siehe Servant (Puy-de-Dôme)
  • einer Rebsorte, siehe Servant (Rebsorte)
  • eines Films von Joseph Losey aus dem Jahre 1968, siehe The Servant (Film).
  • einer Band, die sich nach dem Film benannt hat, siehe The Servant (Band)
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