Lightning (film)
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Lightning is an atmospheric discharge of electricity.

Lightning or Lightnin may also refer to:

In the military


  • Colt Lightning Carbine, a rifle manufactured between 1884 and 1904
  • AMT Lightning, a line of semi-automatic firearms in the 1980s and 1990s

Sports teams

United States







  • Lightning Route, an early tram service in Montgomery, Alabama, United States
  • Lightning, a GWR Iron Duke Class locomotive on the Great Western Railway from 1847 to 1878
  • Lightning, one of the GWR 3031 Class locomotives built for and run on the Great Western Railway between 1891 and 1915

Ships and boats

Arts and entertainment


Film and television


Other arts and entertainment



  • Lightnin' Hopkins (1912-1982), American country blues singer, songwriter and guitarist Sam John Hopkins
  • Lightnin' Slim (1913-1974), African-American blues musician born Otis V. Hicks
  • Crystle Lightning (born 1981), American/Canadian actress and musician
  • Cody Lightning (born 1986), Cree Native American actor
  • Georgina Lightning, Canadian First Nations film director, screenwriter and actress, mother of Crystle and Cody Lightning
  • Royston Lightning, Australian rugby league player
  • Lightning (Gladiators), Kim Betts (born 1971), English bodybuilder and a star of the UK version of the TV show Gladiators
  • Lightning, ring name of American professional wrestler Jeff Farmer, half of the tag-team the original Thunder and Lightning
  • Lightning (wrestler), Puerto Rican professional wrestler, half of the tag-team Thunder and Lightning
  • Lightning, female professional wrestler, half of the tag-team Thunderbolt and Lightning from the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling
  • Lightning, female member of the TV show UK Gladiators
  • Tim Horner, American professional wrestler, nicknamed White Lightning

Other uses

See also

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