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Goldilocks most commonly refers to "The Story of the Three Bears", a story by Robert Southey first published in 1837.
Goldilocks may also refer to:
Media and entertainment
- Goldilocks (comics), a supervillain in the DC universe
- Goldilocks (musical), a stage show by Jean and Walter Kerr and Leroy Anderson
- Goldilocks (Musical TV special), an animated special starring Bing Crosby
- Goldilocks Gamgee, a Lord of the Rings character
- "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" (Faerie Tale Theatre), an episode of Faerie Tale Theatre
- "The Story of Pretty Goldilocks", a French fairy tale by Madame d'Aulnoy
- Goldilocks, a character in Fables
- Goldy Locks, a musician and professional wrestler
Astronomy and physics
- Goldilocks (planet), a nickname of the extrasolar planet 70 Virginis b
- Goldilocks planet, a planet that falls within a star's habitable zone
- Goldilocks zone, the habitable region in a stellar-centered orbit
- The Goldilocks Enigma: Why is the Universe Just Right for Life?, a book by Paul Davies
- Goldilocks Bakeshop
- Goldilocks economy
- Goldilocks pricing
- Goldilocks Principle, the idea that something must fall between two extremes
- Goldilocks, a term related to gay culture
- Goldilocks Process, a process of initiating and sustaining systemic change.
- The goldilocks buttercup, Ranunculus auricomus
- The goldilocks aster, Galatella linosyris
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