The Morning After is a 1986 film which tells the story of an alcoholic woman who wakes up after a long drinking about to find a murdered man in the bed next to her. It stars Jane Fonda, Jeff Bridges and RaÃºl JuliÃ¡.
The Morning After is the second album by American rock band J. Geils Band, released in 1971 (see 1971 in music).
"The Morning After" (aka "The Song from 'The Poseidon Adventure'") is an Academy Award-winning song, first released in May 1973 (see 1973 in music). It was the first hit for singer Maureen Mc Govern, and was used as the love theme for the film The Poseidon Adventure, which was released late the year before.
The Morning After was Maureen Mc Govern's first studio album, released in July 1973 (see 1973 in music).
The Morning After is the second episode for the short-lived television series Roswell. It aired on October 13, 1999.
The Morning After was a 1974 ABC made for television movie starring Dick Van Dyke and Lynn Carlin. Van Dyke played a successful public relations writer who has a serious drinking problem that threatens his marriage and life. It was around this time that Van Dyke admitted he really was an alcoholic and had been seeking treatment (one of the first celebrities to do so).
The Morning After is a song written and recorded by American glam metal band Ratt. It was released as the eighth track of their most popular album Out of the Cellar. It was co-written by Ratt guitarists Warren De Martini and Robbin Crosby and lead singer Stephen Pearcy.
The third album from Canadian R&B singer Deborah Cox, The Morning After was released in late 2002 and peaked at #38 on the Billboard top 200, released on J-Records. Shortly after the release Deborah was dropped from J after poor album sales. It spawned 4 singles: "Up & Down (In & Out) (featuring Jadakiss)","The Morning After" and the two dance #1's, "Mr.Lonely" & "Play Your Part".