The Merry Widow is an operetta by Franz Lehár. The title may also refer to:
Arts, entertainment, and media
Adaptations of Lehár's operatta
- The Merry Widow (ballet), an adaptation of the operetta
- The Merry Widow (1918 film), a Hungarian silent film directed by Michael Curtiz
- The Merry Widow (1925 film), a silent film directed by Erich von Stroheim, starring Mae Murray and John Gilbert
- The Merry Widow (1934 film) directed by Ernst Lubitsch, starring Maurice Chevalier and Jeanette MacDonald
- The Merry Widow (1952 film), directed by Curtis Bernhardt
- The Merry Widow (1962 film), Austrian film directed by Werner Jacobs
- The Merry Widow (1994 film), a Russian erotic black comedy version
- The Merry Widow (2007 film), a French comedy film
Other arts, entertainment, and media
- The Merry Widow (TV series), a French television series which uses the music from the operetta, but not the plot
- "The Merry Widow", the nickname of a live Tori Amos version of her song "Professional Widow"
- Thee Merry Widows, a psychobilly band
- Mary Elizabeth Wilson, also known as the Merry widow of Windy Nook
- Merry widow, a type of corselet
- Merry Widows of Joe Cain, Mardi Gras women's mystic society in Mobile, Alabama
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