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Deathtrap

Deathtrap may refer to:

  • Deathtrap (play), a 1978 play by Ira Levin which received a Tony Award nomination for Best Play
  • Deathtrap (film), a 1982 film based on the Levin play
  • Death Trap, a 1977 film better known as Eaten Alive
  • Deathtrap (plot device), a plot device in fiction and drama
  • Deathtrap, a hypothetical organism from Extraterrestrial
  • "Death Trap" (Star Wars: The Clone Wars), a second season episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars
  • Deathtrap, a character from Stormwatch, leader of a team of mercenaries
  • The Death Trap, a 1984 video game developed and published by Square for the NEC PC-8801, NEC PC-9801, and Fujitsu FM-7
  • Will: The Death Trap II, sequel to the previous game
  • "Death Trap", a song by Hawkwind from their 1979 album PXR5
  • "Death Trap", a song by Pantera from their 1988 album Power Metal
  • "Death Trap", a song by Gravediggaz from their 1997 album 6 Feet Deep
  • Death Trap, kind of a stage fatality which occurs in Mortal Kombat during the fight
  • A political neologism used to condemn the budget proposal The Path to Prosperity
  • Deathtrap, a robot constructed by a character called Gaige to serve as her personal bodyguard in the fictional Borderlands series of games programmed by Gearbox
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