Shakedown may refer to:
* Shakedown (continuum mechanics), a type of plastic deformation
* Shakedown (testing), a period of testing undergone by a ship, airplane or other craft
* Extortion, a criminal act of coercion or intimidation for personal gain


* "Shakedown (Bob Seger song)", a number-one single in 1987 by Bob Seger
* "Shakedown", a song by Australian punk band Behind Crimson Eyes
*"Shakedown Street", a song by the psychedelic rock band The Grateful Dead
* "Shakedown", a song by Blondie on the album "The Curse of Blondie"
* "Shakedown" (Album), the debut album by UK Dance Duo The Freemasons
* "Shakedown!", the debut album by the punk/synth rock band theSTART
* "Nervous Shakedown", a song by AC/DC on their "Flick of the Switch" album
* "Shakedown Records", record label founded by Red Cafe


* "The Shakedown (1929 film)" directed by William Wyler
* "Shakedown (1950 film)" directed by Joseph Pevney
* "The Shakedown (1959 film)" directed by John Lemont
* "Shakedown (1988 film)", a crime action movie starring Peter Weller and Sam Elliott
* "", a 1995 made-for-video dramatic spin-off of "Doctor Who"

*"Shakedown", the novelisation of 'Shakedown: Return of the Sontarans" by Terrance Dicks
*"Shakedown: Exposing the Real Jesse Jackson" by Kenneth R. Timmerman

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