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Bedevil, Bedeviled, Bedevilled or The Bedevilled may refer to:
- Bedevilled (1955 film), American crime drama with religious overtones; directed by Mitchell Leisen, with stars Anne Baxter, Steve Forrest, Simone Renant and Maurice Teynac; filmed on location in Paris where two American seminarians studying for priesthood encounter temptation and danger
- Bedeviled (film), American TV film premiering on March 3, 1969 as part of NBC's Monday Night at the Movies, it was directed by Paul Wendkos, with stars Louis Jourdan, Lynda Day, Carroll O'Connor and Bradford Dillman; retitled Fear No Evil; Jourdan plays same character in 1970 sequel, Ritual of Evil
- The Bedevilled (film), Hong Kong horror story (Chinese titles Xin mo and Sam moh) filmed in 1974 under Golden Harvest banner; directed by Lo Wei, with stars O Chun Hung, Reiko Ike and James Tien Chun; storyline concerns miscarriage of justice and ghosts (with severed head) who haunt corrupt magistrate
- Bedevil, 1993 Australian horror film directed by and starring Tracey Moffatt, with co-stars Lex Marinos and Riccardo Natoli; screened as part of Un Certain Regard section at 1993 Cannes Film Festival; consists of three supernatural tales: "Mister Chuck", "Choo Choo Choo Choo" and "Lovin' The Spin I'm In"
- Bedevilled (2010 film), South Korean horror/thriller directed by Jang Cheol-soo, with stars Seo Young-hee, Ji Sung-won and Park Jeong-hak; premiered as official selection of International Critics' Week at 2010 Cannes Film Festival; runaway hit in Korea, with box-office returns far exceeding its budget
- Bedeviled, 2009 fantasy adventure romance novel by American romance novelist Maureen Child#Signet Eclipse; also referenced by its full title, Bedeviled (Queen of the Otherworld #1); heroine Maggie Donovan fights demons and finds romance with handsome denizen of Otherworld who arrives to reveal that destiny calls her to greatness
- The Bee-Deviled Bruin, American short animated film released in May 1949 by Warner Bros; third entry in director Charles M. "Chuck" Jones' five-installment (1944–51) Merrie Melodies/Looney Tunes series co-starring and, subsequently, starring The Three Bears (List of Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies characters#The Three Bears)
- Bedevilled Rabbit, American short animated film, starring Bugs Bunny, released in April 1957 by Warner Bros; second entry in director Robert McKimson's five-installment (1954–64) Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies series co-starring Tasmanian Devil
- "The Case of the Bedeviled Doctor", April 4, 1959 episode of American TV series Perry Mason; 22nd entry within second season, it was written by Gene Wang and directed by Arthur Marks, with top-billed guest stars Dick Foran, Marianne Stewart and Norma Moore (List of Perry Mason episodes#Season 2)
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