Runaway may refer to:
* Runaway youth, a youth who has left home without permission
* Feedback runaway, a system under positive feedback which becomes uncontrollable
* Thermal runaway, when an increase in temperature leads to changes that cause further increase of temperature
* Runaway, an out-of-control horse


* "Runaway" (novel), a novel by Tom Clancy
* "Runaway" (book), a collection of short stories by Alice Munro
* Runaway (Amalgam Comics), a fictional comic book character
* Runaways (comics), a comic book series by Marvel Comics
* "The Runaways" (novel), a novel by Ruth Thomas
* "Runaway" (Wendelin Van Draanen novel), by Wendelin Van Draanen
* "Runaways", a novel by V.C. Andrews in The Orphans series


* "Runaway!" (1973 film), a made-for-television film
* "Runaway" (1984 film), a film starring Tom Selleck
* "Runaway" (2001 film), a Hong Kong film
* "Runaway" (2005 film), a film starring Aaron Stanford and Robin Tunney
* "Runaways" (film), a 2004 film by Brent Bambic
* "Runaway" (1964 film), a New Zealand film directed by John O'Shea
* "The Runaway" (2000 film), a made-for-television film starring Dean Cain
* "Runaways" (documentary), a 2004 British documentary presented by Will Young



* The Runaways, a 1970s American all-woman punk rock band


* "Runaway" (Carola album)
* "Runaway" (Jim Carroll album)
* "Runaway" (Solution album)
* "Runaway" (Wishbone Ash album)
* "The Runaways" (album), by The Runaways
* "Runaway", an album by Petya Pavlova, and the title song


* "Runaway" (Del Shannon song)
* "Runaway" (Bon Jovi song)
* "Runaway" (The Corrs song)
* "Runaway" (Groove Coverage song)
* "Runaway" (iiO song)
* "Runaway" (Janet Jackson song)
* "Runaway" (Jamiroquai song)
* "Runaway" (Ladytron song)
* "Runaway" (Linkin Park song)
* "Runaway" (Status Quo song)
* "Runaway" (Eurovision song), a song by Sahlene, the Estonian entry in the 2002 Eurovision Song Contest
* "Runaway" (3 Doors Down song), by 3 Doors Down
* "Runaway" (Jay Sean song), by Jay Sean
* "Runaway", a song by Cartel from "Chroma"
* "Runaway", from "Earth" (Jefferson Starship album)
* "Runaway", by Avril Lavigne from "The Best Damn Thing"
* "Runaway", by Nivea, featuring Pusha T, from "Nivea"
* "Runaway", by The Pat McGee Band from "Shine"
* "Runaway", by Pink from "I'm Not Dead"
* "Runaway", by the Salsoul Orchestra
* "Runaway", by Wishbone Ash from "New England" (Wishbone Ash album)
* "The Runaway", by Carola from "Runaway" (Carola album)
* "The Runaways", by Anberlin from "Never Take Friendship Personal"
* "Runaway", by Cascada from "Perfect Day" (Cascada album)
* "Run-Away", by Super Furry Animals
* "Run Away" (Live song)
* "Run Away" (Real McCoy song)
* "Run Away" (Yahel song), a song by Yahel Sherman
* "Run Away (The Escape Song)", a song by Oingo Boingo from "Dark at the End of the Tunnel"
* "Run Away!", a song from the musical "Spamalot"


* "Runaway" (TV series), an American drama television series
* "The Runaway" (1957 Lassie TV series episode)
* , an episode of "Avatar: The Last Airbender"
* "Runaways" (TV special), a 1974 installment of the "ABC After School Specials" starring Moosie Drier
* "The Runaways" (TV series), an American series produced by Quinn Martin
* "Runaways", an episode of "Gargoyles"


* "Runaways" (musical), a Broadway musical by Elizabeth Swados
* "The Runaway" (play), a play by Hannah Cowley
* "The Runaway", a 1911 Broadway play starring Billie Burke

Other uses

* "The Runaway", an iconic Norman Rockwell painting
* "", a graphical adventure computer game
* "", a 2006 video game

ee also

* "Run Runaway", a song by Slade
* Runaway Train (disambiguation)
* Runaway bride (disambiguation)

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