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* ''Film/TheHouseOfYes'': Takes place within the confines of the titular house.

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* ''Film/TheHouseOfYes'': Takes place within the confines of the titular eponymous house.


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* ''Film/{{Stag}}'': The entire film takes place in Victor's Long Island mansion: much of it in only two rooms.

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* ''Theatre/TheMousetrap'': The entire play takes within Monkswell Manor. (Even more specifically, it takes place within the drawing room of Monkswell Manor, with occasional noises off indicating what is happening elsewhere in the house.)

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* ''Film/ThePitAndThePendulum1991'': Apart from an early scene in Antonio's bakery, the entire film takes within the castle of Toledo.


* Technically, DungeonCrawling games only take place in a single building: the dungeon itself. See the next two examples below.


* ''Film/{{Dredd}}'': The main action of the film happens almost entirely within one very large building.

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* ''Film/{{Dredd}}'': The main action of the film happens almost entirely within one very large building.Peach Trees after the protagonists are TrappedInContainment. Given that Peach Trees is a [[{{arcology}} 200 story mega block]] housing over 75,000 people, there's plenty of scope for adventure.

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* Apart from the flashbacks to Lizzie Borden's home, and a brief scene in Bobby's photographic studio, all of ''Film/LizzieBordensRevenge'' takes place in the sorority house.

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* The action in ''Film/TheNotoriousDaughterOfFannyHill'' never moves out of Kissey's luxurious boudoir and salon where she entertains her clients.

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* Apart from the prologue, ''Film/TigerHouse'' takes entirely inside Mark's family home or its grounds.


* ''[[Franchise/{{Ys}} Ys Origin]]'': Excluding an intro sequence with no combat, the entire game occurs in Darm Tower. The interior is very spacious, with the tower likely having a diameter of a couple thousand feet.

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* ''[[Franchise/{{Ys}} Ys Origin]]'': ''VideoGame/YsOrigin'': Excluding an intro sequence with no combat, the entire game occurs in Darm Tower. The interior is very spacious, with the tower likely having a diameter of a couple thousand feet.

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* ''VideoGame/CastleForestIslandSea'' is set in a castle. Surrounded by a forest (that you never explore). On an island (which you leave in the ending).


* The 1970's DC horror series, ''The House of Mysteries''.

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* The 1970's 1970s DC horror series, ''The House ''House of Mysteries''.Mystery''.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Control}}'' takes place entirely inside the Oldest House. Well, technically.

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* ''WesternAnimation/StainesDownDrains'': Well, 'Drainage System of Adventure'. Almost the entire series takes place inside the town's drains.

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* The ''Franchise/PrinceOfPersia'' series loves using this trope to exploit [[LeParkour its gameplay]]. The original ''VideoGame/PrinceOfPersia1'' was set entirely in one, with the Prince going from the bottom to the top through traps and enemies to rescue the princess. Later entries, particularly the Sands of Time saga, would have [[CityOfAdventure Cities of Adventure]] filled with Buildings of Adventure that the player spends large chunks of time in.

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* The action (such as it is) of ''Series/{{Nightingales}}'' never moves out of the office block, and frequently never moves out of a single room.

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