The whole man. Both body and soul are incomplete in themselves but when united they form man, a complete substance. The physical body is dead without the soul living within. Life is the manifestation of the unity of the body and soul.
Body and Soul, filmed in 1924, is the best-known silent race film of pioneer African-American filmmaker Oscar Micheaux. In it, Paul Robeson, the great singer/actor/athlete, made his first appearance in a motion picture.
Body and Soul is a film made in 1947 film noir film which tells the story of a boxer who becomes involved with a corrupt promoter. It stars John Garfield, Lilli Palmer, Hazel Brooks, Anne Revere and William Conrad.
"Body and Soul" is the title of a popular song written in 1930 by Edward Heyman, Robert Sour, Frank Eyton and Johnny Green. It was introduced in the revue Three's A Crowd by Libby Holman and used as a soundtrack theme in the 1947 film named for the song.
Body and Soul is an album by the jazz tenor saxophonist Coleman Hawkins, including recordings made between 1939 and 1956. It takes its name from one of Hawkins' most famous performances — a 1939 recording of "Body and Soul"; the album also contains a 1956 recording of the same piece. (Because of the fame of the 1939 recording, there have been a number of compilations with the same title, including another from RCA, under its Topaz imprint, and a boxed set from Proper.
Body and Soul is a 1931 film directed by Alfred Santell. The story is about Royal Air Force pilots and stars Charles Farrell, Elissa Landi, Humphrey Bogart, and Myrna Loy. The film is Bogart's third credited screen appearance and the only time he performed with Farrell.