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King Richard normally refers to the three English monarchs.
- Richard I of England or Richard the Lionheart (1157–1199)
- Richard II of England (1367–1400)
- Richard III of England (1452–1485)
Although no monarch has assumed the title King Richard IV, this title can sometimes refer to:
- Richard of Shrewsbury, 1st Duke of York, one of the Princes in the Tower. If the two princes were not killed then his older brother, Edward, would have been king, but if Edward had no heirs then Richard would have inherited the throne, and he would have become Richard IV
- The fictional King Richard IV of England from Blackadder, a grown up (fictional) version of the above
- Perkin Warbeck (1474–1499), a pretender who claimed to be Richard, Duke of York
- King Richard II (film); 1954 made-for-TV film
- BBC Television Shakespeare Season One - Richard the Second (1978)
- King Richard font by Ray Larabie
- the nickname of Dick Reynolds (1915–2002), Australian rules footballer
- the nickname of Richard Petty (born 1937), former NASCAR stock car driver
- the nickname of Dick Burleson (born 1948), former enduro motorcycle champion
- the nickname of Richard Brodeur (born 1952), retired Canadian ice hockey goaltender
- The name of a character in the Guardians of Time series by Marianne Curley is King Richard
- King Richard's Faire; a renaissance re-enactment fair held annually in Carver, Massachusetts
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