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Scarface may refer to:
- Al Capone (1899–1947), American gangster
- Ken Doherty (born 1969), Irish snooker player
- Franck Ribéry (born 1983), French football player
- Scarface Charley (1851–1896), chief of the Modoc Native American tribe
- Scarface (rapper) (born 1970), American, a former member of the Geto Boys
- Scarface, California, a community in Modoc County
Media and entertainment
- Scarface (comics), an enemy of Batman
- Scarface (Kinnikuman), a character in the Japanese anime series Kinnikuman Nisei
- Scarface Claw, a fictional tom cat in Hairy Maclary children's stories
- Scarface, a character in the novel The Animals of Farthing Wood
- Scarface, a character in Mega Man X: Command Mission
- Scarface, a character in Predator: Concrete Jungle
- Scarface or Vy Low, a character in Shadow Skill
- Scarface, a character in Smash TV
- Scarface One, callsign of the player character in Ace Combat 2
- The main antagonist of the Don Bluth film All Dogs go to Heaven, Carface Carruthers, is a play on the name Scarface.
- Scarface (1932 film), a film inspired by the life of Al Capone and starring Paul Muni
- Scarface (1983 film), a remake of the 1932 film about a Cuban immigrant turned drug dealer and starring Al Pacino
- Scarface: The World Is Yours, a 2006 video game
- Scarface: Money. Power. Respect., a 2006 PlayStation Portable game
- Scarface, by Armitage Trail, the novel the 1932 film was based
- Scarface (soundtrack), soundtrack for the 1983 film
- "Scarface (Push It to the Limit)", a 1983 song from the Scarface soundtrack
- "Scarface", a song by Gucci Mane featuring Scarface, from I'm Up.
- Scarface gang, a Belgian criminal gang which is responsible for a series of violent armed robberies
- HMLA-367, a United States Marine Corps helicopter squadron with the motto: ""When you are out of Scarface, you are out of guns" (Vietnam)"
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