[[caption-width-right:265:Can you guess which of the seven sins she is?]]

''Bedazzled'' is a 1967 film directed by Stanley Donen and written by and starring Creator/PeterCook and Creator/DudleyMoore.

Moore plays Stanley Moon, a short-order cook at Wimpy's who is hopelessly in love with waitress Margaret (Eleanor Bron) but too shy to tell her how he feels. Depressed over his lot in life, he attempts to hang himself. When his attempt fails, in steps Satan, who goes by the unlikely name of George Spiggott and is played by Peter Cook. George offers Stanley seven wishes in return for his soul, and in his desperation, Stanley sees no reason to refuse... after all, WhatCouldPossiblyGoWrong?

A remake of the film was [[Film/{{Bedazzled 2000}} released in 2000]].
!!This 1967 film contains examples of:

* AffablyEvil: George puts Stanley up in his mansion and plys him with food, drink and Lillian Lust. His hospitality makes it all too easy for Stanley to forget how cruel and manipulative he really is.
* BeautyEqualsGoodness: Aversion.
* BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor
* BlowingARaspberry: How Stanley ends each wish.
* CampGay: Envy. He even wears [[GreenEyedMonster green]] silk pajamas.
* CerebusCallback: "What about the [[ChekhovsGun Frobisher & Gleeson raspberry ice lolly]]?"
* TheChessmaster: George knows what his victims will wish for and is able to identify the flaw in every one of Stanley's plans.
** "You should have specified the sex."
* CoolAndUnusualPunishment: ''Everything'' George inflicts on Stanley.
* CoversAlwaysLie: This cover makes it look like Rachel Welch as Lust is one of the core characters. Although Lust does have a pivotal role in the film, she's only on for about seven minutes.
* TheDevilIsALoser: Possibly the most literal example ever.
* DistractedByTheLuxury: Subverted in the rich man wish, where Margaret is running around with another guy, and Stanley buys Margaret a [[PrettyInMink mink coat]]. She enjoys how it feels, but then just takes it off to run around some more.
* EvilIsPetty: "Your pranks are so miserable." George's petty schemes include posing as a door-to-door salesman and phoning people while they're in the bath.
* FatGirl: Gluttony.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: During Stanley's third wish, a pair of female breasts are shown in the bathroom mirror. Also the film's final lines:
--> '''Satan''' (to God): "You're unbelievable!" (God laughs).
* GreenEyedMonster: Envy. He even wears green.
* InformedAttractiveness: Margaret isn't necessarily unattractive, but Stanley, Inspector Clarke, and even George act as if she's the best looking woman in London.
** At one point, George comments on Inspector Clarke's appearance in a highly positive manner.
* JackassGenie: George Spiggott ''embodies'' this trope.
* LazyBum: Sloth
* LoopholeAbuse: George is an expert at this.
* ManipulativeBastard: George's entire schtick is playing with Stanley's feelings for Margaret.
* MediumBlending: When Stanley offhandedly wishes to be a fly on the wall, George turns them both into cartoon-animated flies.
* NaughtyNuns: "And I love you too, Sister Luna."
* NoAccountingForTaste: Apparently, according to George, Lust is married... to ''Sloth.''
* PokeThePoodle: George's sole reason for existing, it seems like.
* SevenDeadlySins: All seven are introduced. Raquel Welch is Lillian Lust.
* TakeThat: The absurd cloister is probably a veiled potshot at ''Series/TheFlyingNun''
* VillainousBreakdown: George is in a wager with God: he has been promised that if he claims a billion souls before God does, he will be allowed back into Heaven. He achieves this easily but [[GodAndSatanAreBothJerks God still finds a way to deny George entry to Heaven, and sends him back to square one.]]
* VowOfCelibacy: The Devil gives Stanley Moon seven wishes in return for his soul. Stanley is in love with Margaret so he wishes for them to be together. The Devil decides to be a JackassGenie and makes Margaret and Stanley nuns in love with each other. They're together in a nunnery but since they're nuns they're celibate.
* YouWontFeelAThing: The Devil offers Stanley seven wishes for his soul. Stanley has misgivings and asks "But if you took it out, wouldn't it hurt?" The Devil replies "It's a perfectly painless operation, and afterwards you won't feel a thing!"