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A charlatan is a trickster or con artist.
Charlatan may also refer to:
- The Charlatan, by Robert Williams Buchanan and Henry Murray 1895
- The Charlatan, by Sydney Horler 1934
- The Charlatan, by Derek Walcott 2002
- The Charlatan (student newspaper), a student newspaper at Carleton University in Ontario, Canada
Film and TV
- The Charlatan (1917 film), a 1917 Hungarian film directed by Michael Curtiz
- The Charlatan (1929 film), a 1929 Universal Pictures part-talkie film directed by George Melford
- O Tsarlatanos (The Charlatan), a 1973 Greek film starring Thanasis Veggos
- The Charlatan (operetta), an 1898 operetta by John Philip Sousa
- Šarlatán, a 1936 opera by Czech composer Pavel Haas
- The Charlatans (American band), an influential American psychedelic rock band, from San Francisco in the 1960s
- The Charlatans (UK band), an English alternative rock band, active since 1989
- The Charlatans (1969 album), debut album by the 1960s San Francisco band The Charlatans
- The Charlatans (1995 album), the fourth album by the English band The Charlatans
- "Charlatan", by Four Letter Lie from What a Terrible Thing to Say, 2008
- "Charlatan", by Howling Bells from The Loudest Engine, 2011
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