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Bluebeard is the title character in a 1697 fairy tale by Charles Perrault.
Bluebeard may also refer to:
- Bluebeard (1944 film), a film by Edgar G. Ulmer, starring John Carradine
- Bluebeard (1951 film), a film by Christian-Jaque
- Bluebeard (1972 film), a film by Edward Dmytryk, starring Richard Burton
- Bluebeard (2009 film), a film by Catherine Breillat, starring Dominique Thomas
- Landru (film) or Bluebeard, a 1963 French film by Claude Chabrol, starring Charles Denner
- Bluebeard (Frisch novel), a 1982 novel by Max Frisch
- Bluebeard (Vonnegut novel), a 1987 novel Kurt Vonnegut
- Bluebeard, a 1970 play by Charles Ludlam
- Bluebeard (History), a 2014 book by Valerie Ogden
- "Bluebeard" (song), a 1993 song by Cocteau Twins from Four-Calendar Café
- "Bluebeard", a 1996 song by Combustible Edison from Schizophonic!
- "Blue Beard" a 2010 song by Seattle-based rock band Band of Horses
- Henri Désiré Landru or Bluebeard (1869-1922), French serial killer
- Caryopteris or bluebeard, a genus of the mint family
- Bluebeard, an operetta known for the song "If I Ever Cease to Love", which became the anthem of the Rex Parade
- Barbe Bleue (1902 film) (Blue Beard), a short film by Georges Méliès
- Barbe-bleue (Blue-beard), an 1866 operetta by Jacques Offenbach
- Mavi Sakal ("Bluebeard" in Turkish), a Turkish rock band formed in 1980
- Bluebeard's Castle, an 1911 opera by Béla Bartók
- Ariane et Barbe-Bleue, an 1907 opera by Paul Dukas
- Ritter Blaubart, a 1920 opera by Emil Nikolaus von Reznicek
- Conomor (fl. c. 540+), also known as Conomerus or Conomor the Cursed
- Gilles de Rais (1404–1440), Baron de Rais, medieval serial killer
- Bye, Bye Bluebeard, a 1949 Warner Brothers cartoon in the Merrie Melodies series.
- Blackbeard (disambiguation)
- Redbeard (disambiguation)
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