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Hellcat can refer to the following:
- F6F Hellcat, the primary United States Navy aircraft carrier fighter in the second half of World War II
- M18 Hellcat was a United States tank destroyer used in World War II
- 12th Armored Division (United States), nicknamed the Hellcat Division (or Hellcats for short)
- Hellcat (album), 2009 debut album by Meisa Kuroki
- Hellcat (comics), the code name of Patsy Walker, a fictional character in various comic books published by Marvel Comics
- HellCat (film), a 2016 film about a 1980s Female Heavy Metal Rock Band.
- Hellcats, a 2010 TV series starring Alyson Michalka
- The Hellcat, a 1928 British silent film
- The Hellcats, a 1967 outlaw biker film, featured on the television series Mystery Science Theater 3000
- Hellcats (film), a 2008 South Korean film
- Hellcat, a thorned, panther-like monstrosity in The Chronicles of Riddick
- Hellcat, an incorporeal appearing, telepathic, tiger-sized feline devil found in the role playing game Dungeons & Dragons. Also known as a bezekira.
- Hellcat, another name for the Giant Kitty from Making Fiends
- Hellcat Records, an American record label based in California
- Hellcat V medium fighter, a fighter in the fictional universe of the Wing Commander computer game
- Hell Cat, a wooden roller coaster at the Clementon Amusement Park
- The Hellcat Spangled Shalalala, the song from the English indie band Arctic Monkeys
- "The Hellcat", a nickname given to Mary Todd Lincoln
- Hellcat Swamp, a section of the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge
- Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, a supercharged model of the Dodge Challenger
- Melling Hellcat, a sports car
- Hellcat VI, a bass guitar made by Schecter Guitar Research similar in design to the Fender Bass VI
- Hellcats, a nickname of St Helen and St Katharine's School, Abingdon
- The Cat from Hell, a short story by Stephen King
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