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== [[Anime]] ==
 
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* The ''[[Cowboy Bebop]]'' episode "Ballad of Fallen Angels."
 
* The ''[[Cowboy Bebop]]'' episode "Ballad of Fallen Angels."
* ''[[Ranma One Half]]'': "The Ballad of Ranma and Akane."
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* ''[[Ranma ½]]'': "The Ballad of Ranma and Akane."
 
* ''[[Trigun]]'': "The Ballad of Vash the Stampede."
 
* ''[[Trigun]]'': "The Ballad of Vash the Stampede."
   

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Things that are named "The Ballad of (Something)".

See also The Something Song and Something Blues. Note: actual Ballad form requires specific meter and rhythm, and not all of these examples fit that classification in its strictest sense. The trope is about the name not the song structure.

Examples of Ballad of X include:


Anime Edit

  • The Cowboy Bebop episode "Ballad of Fallen Angels."
  • Ranma ½: "The Ballad of Ranma and Akane."
  • Trigun: "The Ballad of Vash the Stampede."


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Live Action TV Edit

  • An early Doctor Who serial, The Gunfighters, had "The Ballad of the Last Chance Saloon".
  • The Gilligan's Island theme song is actually called "The Ballad of Gilligan's Isle" (written by creator Sherwood Schwartz and George Wyle)
  • An episode of Alton Brown 's Good Eats featuring foods that are both salty and sweet in nature, was appropriately titled The Ballad of Salty and Sweet.
  • Firefly has The Ballad of Jayne Cobb.
    • Firefly's opening is The Ballad of Serenity.
  • Whose Line Is It Anyway has "The Ballad of Leonard the Lawyer".
  • Walking with Dinosaurs has The Ballad of Big Al


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