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A lockdown is an emergency response to prevent escape or intrusion.
Lockdown may also refer to:
- Lockdown (2000 film), starring Richard T. Jones and Gabriel Casseus
- Lockdown (2015 film), upcoming film starring Dean Ambrose
- Lockdown (TV series), National Geographic Channel show on prisons
- "Lockdown" (House), television series episode
- "Lockdown" (Lost), television series episode
- "Lockdown", Amy Lee song from the album Aftermath.
- "Lockdown" (Stargate SG-1), television series episode
- "Lockdown" (The 4400), television series episode
- Lockdown (Transformers), toy
- TNA Lockdown, wrestling event
- Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Lockdown, a 2005 video game
- "Lockdown," television series episode of Haven (season 2)
- lockdown, alternative term for lock-on, whereby protesters to make it difficult to remove them from their place of protest
- Lockdown, toy of the G.I. Joe: Sigma 6 line
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