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Look up impostor in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. An impostor or imposter is a person who pretends to be somebody else. Impostor(s), Imposter(s), The Impostor(s), or The Imposter(s) may also refer to: Contents 1 Computing, 2 Film, 3 Literature, 4 Music, 5 Television, 6 See also, Computing: Impostor (computer graphics) or sprite, an image or animation integrated into a larger scene, Film: The Impostor (1921 film), a film by Robert N. Bradbury, The Impostor (1926 film), a film starring Evelyn Brent, The Impostor (1944 film), a film by Julien Duvivier, The Imposter (1975 American film), a TV film starring Meredith Baxter, The Imposter (1975 Hong Kong film), a film produced by Shaw Brothers, The Imposter (1984 film), a TV film featuring Ken Olandt, The Impostors, a 1998 film by Stanley Tucci, Impostor (film), a 2001 science fiction film, The Imposter (2008 film), a Christian film by Dan Millican, The Imposter (2012 film), a documentary about the 1997 case of Frédéric Bourdin, Literature: "Impostor" (short story), a science fiction story by Philip K. Dick, "The Imposter" (short story), a story by Nathanael West, The Impostor, a novel by Helen McCloy, Tartuffe (full title: Tartuffe, or the Impostor), a comedic play by Molière, Music: The Imposter (album), an album by Kevin Max, The Imposters, a backing band for Elvis Costello The Imposter, a pseudonym used by Costello, , "Imposter", a song by The Moondogs, "Imposter", a song by Oingo Boingo from Only a Lad, Television: Impostora (The Impostor), a 2008 Philippine TV series starring Sunshine Dizon and Iza Calzado, Impostor (TV series), a 2010 Philippine TV series starring Maja Salvador and Melai Cantiveros, "The Impostors", an episode of the 1960s TV series Thunderbirds, The Imposters, a hidden-camera television pilot co-starring comedian Mal Sharpe, The Imposter, a syndication title for the DuMont TV series Colonel Humphrey Flack (1953-54)

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