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Marrakech in popular culture
Popular culture references to Marrakech, Morocco:
which was released in North America as Our Man in Marrakesh, Bang! Bang! You're Dead!, is a 1966 British comedy film directed by Don Sharp, which starred Tony Randall and Senta Berger. It is an excellent guide to the tourist sites.
"Marrakech" is a song by ATB on the album . No Silence "Marrakech" is a 2015 song by Israeli singer
Riff Cohen. "
Marakesh (band)", is a Ukrainian alternative rock band. "
Marrakesh Express" is a song by Crosby, Stills and Nash on their first album, released in May 1969.
Marrakech Express is a 1989 Italian film directed by Gabriele Salvatores.
Alfred Hitchcock filmed the opening scenes of (1956) on location in Marrakesh with The Man Who Knew Too Much Doris Day and James Stewart. The book
as well as its movie adaptation, are for a large part situated in Marrakesh in the early 1970s. Hideous Kinky, "Marrakech" is a title of a chapter, as well as the chapter's main setting, in
James Michener's 1971 novel The Drifters. "Going to Marrakech" is a song written by
The Extra Glenns''s album Martial Arts Weekend. "Marrakech" is a track from
Hybrid's 2003 album Morning Sci-Fi. "Marrakesh Night Market" is a song from the album
recorded and released by The Mask and Mirror, Loreena McKennitt. German hip hop band
Ancient Astronauts released a song titled "Lost in Marrakesh" as part of their 2009 album We Are To Answer.  The
Venture Bros. episode " Mid-Life Chrysalis" begins with the team waylaid on their trip to Marrakesh where they are to fight an army of giant mutated lizards. The
episode "Morocco" takes place in Marrakesh. Absolutely Fabulous "Marrakesh" is a track from
DJ Greyboy's 2001 album Mastered the Art.
Derren Brown transported a subject to Marrakesh without his knowledge or prior warning for episode 1 of the first series of his television show, which was broadcast in April 2007. Trick or Treat, A map featuring Marrakesh exists for the video game
Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory. "Marrakech" is a short essay written by
George Orwell and published in 1939.   A scene from the movie
was situated in Marrakech. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory In the
William Gibson short story " New Rose Hotel," the narrator and Fox purchase "an old heroin lab that had been converted to the extraction of pheromones" for the purpose of providing a lab for Hiroshi in the old city of Marrakesh, the Medina. In a segment of
episode "Treehouse Of Horror 2," Marrakesh is where Homer buys a monkey's paw that grants wishes, based on The Simpsons by The Monkey's Paw W. W. Jacobs. "Marrakesh" is a track by
New Model Army from their 1990 album Impurity.
"Die Stimmen von Marrakesch," whose title translates as "The voices of Marrakech," is a non-fiction work by Nobel Prize-winning author Elias Canetti, in which he describes his experiences in Marrakesh. Marrakesh is the national destination of
Cycle 16 of America's Next Top Model. In the video game
Bain states that the only place to sell artifacts is Marrakech. Payday 2, Marrakesh is the setting of the third episode of the 2016 video game Hitman.
Films set in Marrakech