Lucy was accidentally murdered by her husband Sweeney Todd “Benjamin Barker” in which he shows extreme remorse and Sweeney Todd in anger kills Mrs. Lovett for lying to him by putting her in throws the stove and was last seen dead holding Lucy. She was portrayed by Laurasia Michelle Kelly in the 2007 film adaptation.
Todd then asks why Mrs. Lovett lied to him, whereupon Mrs. Lovett confesses her love for him and promises that she would be a better wife than Lucy ever was. Todd pretends to forgive her, but later throws her in the oven and burns her alive in retaliation for her lies.
The Beggar Woman is the first person to understand the ingredients of Mrs. Lovett’s pies, but no one believes her; One night she enters the store and personally confronts Sweeney Todd: he doesn’t recognize her and kills her by cutting her throat with his razor.
Lucy Barker is a fictional character appearing in some versions of the Sweeney Todd story. Lucy is the wife of the barber Benjamin Barker, who is wrongly imprisoned by Judge Turpin, who wants Lucy for himself. After Turpin rapes her, Lucy attempts suicide with poison but survives and goes insane.
At the end of the play he finally gets his revenge by killing Turpin, but then he unknowingly kills his own wife, who Mrs. Lovett had fooled him into thinking had died. After learning the truth, he kills Mrs. Lovett, but is in turn killed by Mrs.
We can only assume that Mrs. Lovett lies when it suits her, motivated by lust for Sweeney, just as Turpin’s wrongs were fueled by lust for Lucy. Although Sweeney is the film’s serial killer, he is not the antagonist. Instead, he is the fallen hero.
In the final scene, Johanna, Anthony, and two police officers encounter Toby in the bakery, mindlessly turning the meat grinder, surrounded by the bodies of Todd, Lucy, Mrs. Lovett, and Turpin. Presumably she is fleeing with Anthony after the events of the show.
Lucy Barker was the wife of Benjamin Barker, and while he was being arrested, she was raped by Judge Turpin, driving her to attempt suicide by poisoning. Mrs. Lovett tells Sweeney Todd (formerly Benjamin Barker) that she poisoned herself, but conveniently forgets to add that she survived the suicide attempt.
Amid the cruel laughter of the crowd, Judge Turpin rapes Lucy for all to see. A horrified Sweeney stops Mrs. Lovett’s story and turns out to be Benjamin Barker.
Afraid he knows too much, Mrs. Lovett locks Toby in the bakehouse on the pretext of teaching him how to grind meat.
She is referred to as “Mrs. Lovett,” including Sweeney himself, who stays in the apartment above her shop and commits his murderous misdeeds. She knew Sweeney before his incarceration when he passed Benjamin Barker and knew his wife Lucy.
Sweeney Todd’s final scene features Johnny Depp’s bloodthirsty barber holding Lucy’s corpse while Toby sneaks up behind him. It is implied that Todd is aware of his presence and raises his neck to facilitate the boy’s murder.
The white streak in his hair is the last bit of life and emotion he has left inside.
He is the main antagonist who imprisons Benjamin Barker on a false charge, rapes Barker’s wife Lucy and takes Barker’s daughter Johanna as his ward; he also has sexual plans for Johanna and has institutionalized her so her true love, Anthony Hope, cannot take her away from him.
Neither Todd nor Lovett are ever seen eating human flesh – any cannibalism is committed by the unwitting customers, alluding to when Mark’s comical relief friend and shipmate Pearley chews a cake while speculating what Todd does with the bodies.
Judge Turpin, also known as Lord Turpin, is the main antagonist of the 1979 musical Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street and the 2007 live-action film of the same name. He is a corrupt Judge who ruined Sweeney Todd’s life.
Johanna Barker is the daughter of Benjamin Barker and Lucy Barker and the love interest of Anthony Hope. She is one of the main characters of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.