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Black Friday

Black Friday may refer to:

Single days

  • Black Friday (1869), the Fisk-Gould Scandal, a financial crisis in the United States
  • Black Friday (1881), the Eyemouth disaster in which 189 fishermen died
  • Black Friday (1910), a particularly violent women's suffrage event in England
  • Black Friday (1939), a day of devastating bushfires in Victoria, Australia, which killed 71 people
  • Black Friday (1945), an Allied air attack against German ships in Norway
  • Hollywood Black Friday (1945), a riot at the Warner Bros. studios
  • Black Friday (1978), a massacre of protesters in Iran
  • Black Friday (1987), a tornado in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
  • Black Friday (1993), a series of bomb explosions in Mumbai, India
  • Black Friday (Maldives), a 2004 crackdown by government forces on a peaceful protest
  • Black Friday (2011) or United States v. Scheinberg et al., a case involving online poker companies

Recurring days

Film and television

  • Black Friday (1940 film), an American film starring Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi
  • Black Friday (2004 film), an Indian film about the 1993 Bombay bombings
  • Black Friday (2009 film), a Canadian short film starring Jeff Hammond
  • "Black Friday" (South Park), a 2013 episode of South Park


  • Black Friday (Muchamore novel), a 2013 CHERUB novel by Robert Muchamore
  • Black Friday (Patterson novel) or Black Market, a 1986 novel by James Patterson


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