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-'''Mad, Bad, and Dangerous to Know''' was a phrase used by [[Lady Caroline Lamb]] to describe [[George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron]]. It has since been used as follows.+'''Mad, Bad, and Dangerous to Know''' was a phrase used by [[Lady Caroline Lamb]] to describe [[George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron]].
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-*[[Mad, Bad, and Dangerous to Know (Dead or Alive album)|''Mad, Bad, and Dangerous to Know'' (Dead or Alive album)]]+
-*[[Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know (The Cross album)|''Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know'' (The Cross album)]]+
-*''Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know'', an autobiography by [[Ranulph Fiennes]]+
-*"Mad, Bad & Dangerous to Know", a song by Blue Tears from ''[[Mad, Bad and Dangerous]]''+
-*"They call me bad, Mad Caliban with manners, Dangerous to know", lines from ''The Byronic Man'', a song by [[Cradle of Filth]] on the album [[Thornography]].+
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-==See also==+
-*''[[The Mad, the Bad & the Dangerous]]'', a tour and DVD by The Hamsters, The Wilko Johnson Band and John Otway+
-*''Mad, Bad and Dangerous?: The Scientist and the Cinema'', a book by [[Christopher Frayling]]+
-*''A Mad, Bad, and Dangerous People?: England 1783-1846'', book by [[Boyd Hilton]]+
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Mad, Bad, and Dangerous to Know was a phrase used by Lady Caroline Lamb to describe George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron.




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