Barnacle Bill

Barnacle Bill may refer to:

  • "Barnacle Bill" (song), an American drinking song
  • Barnacle Bill (Martian rock), a 40-cm rock on Mars in Ares Vallis
  • Barnacle Bill (1930 cartoon), a Fleischer Studios animated short film
  • Barnacle Bill (1935 film), a film starring Archie Pitt and Joan Gardner
  • Barnacle Bill (1941 film), a film starring Marjorie Main
  • Barnacle Bill (1957 film), an Ealing Studios comedy film starring Alec Guinness
  • Barnacle Bill (restaurant), a restaurant chain in Australia
  • Barnacle Bill, Popeye's rival for Olive Oyl in the 1935 Popeye cartoon Beware of Barnacle Bill
  • Barnacle Bill and the Seven Seas, a fictional musical group on SpongeBob Squarepants

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