Billy Budd (disambiguation)

Billy Budd (disambiguation)

"Billy Budd" is a short novel by Herman Melville.

Billy Budd can also refer to:

*"Billy Budd" (opera), a 1951 opera by Benjamin Britten based on Melville's novel
*"Billy Budd" (film), a 1962 film produced, directed, and co-written by Peter Ustinov, based on Melville's novel
*"Billy Budd" (play), originally titled "Uniform of Flesh", a 1949 play by Louis O. Coxe and Robert H. Chapman
*"Billy Budd" (music), a song by Morrissey


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