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Casanova often refers to Giacomo Casanova, an 18th-century Italian adventurer best known for his legendary womanizing.
Casanova may also refer to:
Media and performance arts
- Casanova (1918 film), a 1918 Hungarian film
- Casanova, or The Loves of Casanova, a 1927 French film
- Casanova, a 1928 operetta by Ralph Benatzky, based on music by Johann Strauss II
- Casanova (1971 TV serial), a BBC television serial
- Casanova '73, a BBC1 sitcom starring Leslie Phillips
- Fellini's Casanova, a 1976 feature film by Federico Fellini
- Casanova (1987 film), an American biographical comedy TV-film directed by Simon Langton.
- Casanova (2005 TV serial), a 2005 BBC Television serial starring David Tennant
- Casanova (2005 film), a 2005 feature film starring Heath Ledger
- Casanova (comics), a 2006 espionage comic book
- Casanovva, a 2012 Malayalam film
- Casanova (novel), a novel by Andrew Miller
- Casanovas, Swedish dansband
- The Casanovas, Australian Melbourne-based rock band
- Casanova (album), a 1996 The Divine Comedy album
- "Casanova" (Anita Skorgan song), a 1977 song by Anita Skorgan
- "Casanova" (Luv' song), a 1979 European hit single by the girl group Luv'
- "Casanova" (LeVert song), a 1987 pop/soul hit single by LeVert
- "Casanova" (Gisela song), a 2008 Eurovision song by Gisela, representing Andorra
- "Casanova", a song on the Roxy Music album Country Life
- "Casanova", a song on Peaches's album The Teaches of Peaches
- Casanova, a concerto for cello and wind orchestra by Johan de Meij
- Casanova, both a 1985 album by the group Rondò Veneziano and a track on it
- Casanova, Haute-Corse, a commune of the Haute-Corse département of France, on the island of Corsica
- Casanova, Virginia, unincorporated community in Fauquier County, Virginia, United States
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