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Chatterbox is a person who talks excessively.
It may refer to:
- Chatterbox Records, an Australian-based record label
- Chatterbox (album), a 1990 album by Toadies frontman Todd Lewis and guitarist Darrel Herbert
- "Chatterbox", a song by composer Jerome Brainin for the musical film That's Right You're Wrong (1939)
- "Chatterbox", a song written by Johnny Thunders
- Chatterbox, a political column written by Timothy Noah and featured on Slate magazine
- Chatterbox, a halfpenny weekly paper for older children founded in 1866 by John Erskine Clarke, which ran for some 90 years in the UK and 60 in the USA
- Chatterbot or chatterbox, a computer bot which attempts to maintain a conversation with a person
- A shoutbox, a website feature that allows people to quickly leave messages on said website
- Chatterbox (software), a mainframe program written in REXX at the University of Dortmund in the early 1980s that can be regarded as an early blog site
In movies and television
- Chatterbox (1936 film), starring Anne Shirley
- Chatterbox (1943 film), starring Joe E. Brown (comedian)
- Chatterbox (1977 film), a comedy film about a woman with a talking vagina
- Chatterbox, a puppet on the Australian TV series Hi-5
- "The Chatterbox", a season 2 episode from the American TV series The Nanny
- Mr. Chatterbox, in the Mr. Men children's book series
- Little Miss Chatterbox, in the Little Miss children's book series
- Chatterbox, a member of the fictional disaster squad Ro-Busters from the pages of early issues of Starlord and 2000 AD
- Chatterbox Falls, a waterfall in Princess Louisa Inlet, British Columbia, Canada
- Paper fortune teller, an origami also called a "chatterbox"
- Chatterbox FM, a fictional talk radio station in the computer and video game Grand Theft Auto III, as well as Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
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