The Brothers (2001) is a romatic comedy starring Morris Chestnut, D.L. Hughley, Bill Bellamy, and Shemar Moore. The film was directed by Gary Hardwick who has also directed other films and television series such as Deliver Us From Eva and Hangin' With Mr.
The Brothers is a British television series, produced and shown by the BBC between 1972 and 1976.
A prominent peak of the Olympic Mountains in Washington state, The Brothers are located near Hood Canal on the boundary of Olympic National Park and The Brothers Wilderness. The Brothers' distinctive double summit is clearly recognizable from Seattle. The south peak, rising to 6,866 feet, is slightly higher than the north peak.
"The Brothers" is a fantasy novella written by American science fiction and fantasy author C. J. Cherryh. It was first published by DAW Books in 1986 in Visible Light, a collection of her short fiction, and was republished in 2004 in ''The Collected Short Fiction of C.
The Brothers was an American television sitcom broadcast by CBS during its 1956-57 season. Reruns of The Brothers were also broadcast by CBS during the summer of 1958 on an alternate-week basis, alternating with repeats of Bachelor Father.
The Brothers are an American production duo from New York City comprised of Eric Emm and Joshua Ryan. Emm is a former member of the post-rock bands Don Caballero and Storm & Stress, while Ryan has been an active techno producer for the last decade and has had UK top 40 success with the single Pistolwhip in 2001.
The Brothers is a Caroline era stage play, a comedy written by James Shirley. First published in 1653, The Brothers has sometimes been hailed as one of Shirley's best plays, though it has also been a focus of significant confusion and scholarly debate.