- Hoffman (film), 1970 comedy film by Alvin Rakoff starring Peter Sellers
- The Tales of Hoffmann, 1881 opera by Jacques Offenbach
- The Tales of Hoffmann (film), 1951 film
- "Lost Keys" (Blame Hofmann), song by Tool
- The Tragedy of Hoffmann, or a Revenge for a Father (played 1602; printed 1631) by Henry Chettle
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