Turnabout can refer to:
Turnabout - a 1931 novel by Thorne Smith
Turnabout (film) - A comedy directed by Hal Roach and starring Adolphe Menjou and Carole Landis; based on the Thorne Smith novel.
Turnabout (TV series) - A 1979 situation comedy based on the film, starring John Schuck and Sharon Gless
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