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* In ''ComicBook/DemonSpawn'', [[ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} Linda Danvers]] slams her office's door angrily and loudly after an argument with her bullying co-worker Nasthalthia.
* ''ComicBook/{{Hilda}}'': Hilda does this when she's [[spoiler:grounded by her mother, and she goes to her room in a state of infuriated distress]].



* ''ComicBook/{{Hilda}}'': Hilda does this when she's [[spoiler:grounded by her mother, and she goes to her room in a state of infuriated distress]].
* In ''ComicBook/DemonSpawn'', [[ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} Linda Danvers]] slams her office's door angrily and loudly after an argument with her bullying co-worker Nasthalthia.



* In the ''Fairy Tail'' fanfic ''Fanfic/{{Wonderland}}'', Wonderland Lucy stops Earthland Natsu from following her into her room telling him how improper it would be because she is going to be changing. Natsu tells her that he doesn't see the problem because he has seen his Lucy naked plenty of times. She promptly slams the door in his face and is left quite flustered.



* In the ''Fairy Tail'' fanfic ''Fanfic/{{Wonderland}}'', Wonderland Lucy stops Earthland Natsu from following her into her room telling him how improper it would be because she is going to be changing. Natsu tells her that he doesn't see the problem because he has seen his Lucy naked plenty of times. She promptly slams the door in his face and is left quite flustered.



* In ''WesternAnimation/MickeysChristmasCarol'', after Scrooge breaks up with Isabelle, the heartbroken girl walks out the door, slamming it and causing Scrooge to lose count of his coins.



* In the climax of ''WesternAnimation/{{Bolt}}'', when Penny and Bolt are rescued from the fire, Penny's agent, who cares only about exploiting Penny for his own gain by any means necessary, finally goes too far when he tries to exploit her near-death experience as she is being taken to the ambulance, and her mother realizes what a greedy, smooth-talking so-and-so he really is and angrily tells him that she, her daughter and their dog all quit. Even then, he still doesn't seem to get the message and pathetically begs her to reconsider -- only for the ambulance door to slam shut in his face.
* Creator/{{Pixar}}'s ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'': When Bob Parr, the civilian identity of Mr. Incredible arrives home from work, he slips on a skateboard and almost falls, catching himself by gripping his car's door frame. His fingers make grooves in the metal, enough to prevent the driver's door from closing properly. When the door won't close, Bob resorts to slamming it shut, which shatters the window glass. Furious beyond reason, Bob then hoists the car overhead, intending to smash it to flinders... until a neighbor's kid stares at Bob in awe. Bob puts down the car, and ambles casually into his house.



* Creator/{{Pixar}}'s ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'': When Bob Parr, the civilian identity of Mr. Incredible arrives home from work, he slips on a skateboard and almost falls, catching himself by gripping his car's door frame. His fingers make grooves in the metal, enough to prevent the driver's door from closing properly. When the door won't close, Bob resorts to slamming it shut, which shatters the window glass. Furious beyond reason, Bob then hoists the car overhead, intending to smash it to flinders... until a neighbor's kid stares at Bob in awe. Bob puts down the car, and ambles casually into his house.
* In the climax of ''WesternAnimation/{{Bolt}}'', when Penny and Bolt are rescued from the fire, Penny's agent, who cares only about exploiting Penny for his own gain by any means necessary, finally goes too far when he tries to exploit her near-death experience as she is being taken to the ambulance, and her mother realizes what a greedy, smooth-talking so-and-so he really is and angrily tells him that she, her daughter and their dog all quit. Even then, he still doesn't seem to get the message and pathetically begs her to reconsider -- only for the ambulance door to slam shut in his face.

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* Creator/{{Pixar}}'s ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'': When Bob Parr, In ''WesternAnimation/MickeysChristmasCarol'', after Scrooge breaks up with Isabelle, the civilian identity of Mr. Incredible arrives home from work, he slips on a skateboard and almost falls, catching himself by gripping his car's door frame. His fingers make grooves in heartbroken girl walks out the metal, enough to prevent the driver's door from closing properly. When the door won't close, Bob resorts to door, slamming it shut, which shatters the window glass. Furious beyond reason, Bob then hoists the car overhead, intending to smash it to flinders... until a neighbor's kid stares at Bob in awe. Bob puts down the car, and ambles casually into causing Scrooge to lose count of his house.
* In the climax of ''WesternAnimation/{{Bolt}}'', when Penny and Bolt are rescued from the fire, Penny's agent, who cares only about exploiting Penny for his own gain by any means necessary, finally goes too far when he tries to exploit her near-death experience as she is being taken to the ambulance, and her mother realizes what a greedy, smooth-talking so-and-so he really is and angrily tells him that she, her daughter and their dog all quit. Even then, he still doesn't seem to get the message and pathetically begs her to reconsider -- only for the ambulance door to slam shut in his face.
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* ''Literature/TheEagleTree'': When March's mother finds out that her brother Mike is in a relationship with Miss Stevens, the neighbor who reported March's self-harming meltdown and got him involuntarily committed for seventy-two hours, she kicks him out of the house, then slams the door so hard that a picture falls off the wall and cracks.



* In ''Literature/{{Rules}}'', Catherine slams the door to her mother's office out of frustration with being made to babysit David when she'd rather hang out with Kristi.



* ''Literature/TheEagleTree'': When March's mother finds out that her brother Mike is in a relationship with Miss Stevens, the neighbor who reported March's self-harming meltdown and got him involuntarily committed for seventy-two hours, she kicks him out of the house, then slams the door so hard that a picture falls off the wall and cracks.
* In ''Literature/{{Rules}}'', Catherine slams the door to her mother's office out of frustration with being made to babysit David when she'd rather hang out with Kristi.



* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' episode, "D.W.'s Very Bad Mood", D.W. has a violent temper tantrum over not being invited to a birthday party that Lisa, one of her classmates is throwing, that lasts for several days. One of the things she constantly does during her tantrum is slam her bedroom door all through the night.



* ''WesternAnimation/ReadyJetGo'': In "Mindy's Mystery", Mitchell is very angry at Team Propulsion because he thinks that they're not real detectives, so he slams the door to his house in their face very hard.



* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' episode, "D.W.'s Very Bad Mood", D.W. has a violent temper tantrum over not being invited to a birthday party that Lisa, one of her classmates is throwing, that lasts for several days. One of the things she constantly does during her tantrum is slam her bedroom door all through the night.
* ''WesternAnimation/ReadyJetGo'': In "Mindy's Mystery", Mitchell is very angry at Team Propulsion because he thinks that they're not real detectives, so he slams the door to his house in their face very hard.


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* ''WesternAnimation/ReadyJetGo'': In "Mindy's Mystery", Mitchell is very angry at Team Propulsion because he thinks that they're not real detectives, so he slams the door to his house in their face very hard.

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* ''Series/{{Cluedo}}'': In series 1, Reverend Green slams the door to the drawing room, when the murder victim is indifferent to his plan for a mole sanctuary.
* In ''Series/TheCrystalMaze'', Richard O'Brien has an angry outburst about his artist's beret going missing, and furiously slams his paint box shut, making a crash which echoes around the Medieval Zone.


* ''ComicBook/{{Orphanimo}}'': The page image comes from the second album; Alice and the Orphans go to the mayor in hopes that he will help them stop CorruptCorporateExecutive Hari Vallalkozo, who is out to get his hands on the orphanage. Sadly, the Mayor is uninterested since [[MayorPain he's a huge supporter of Vallalkozo]] and his plan to modernize the city, and even shows Alice some large maquettes of the skyscrapers Vallalkozo has already build. Enraged, Alice storms out of his office, slamming the door hard enough to shake the maquettes. Then she comes back in, [[AndAnotherThing tells the major that she definately is not going to vote for him]], and slams the door even harder. This time, it causes [[DisasterDominoes the maquettes to topple over like dominoes]], with the largest one falling on top of the mayor.
* ComicBook/{{Hilda}}: Hilda does this when she’s [[spoiler:grounded by her mother, and she goes to her room in a state of infuriated distress]].

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* ''ComicBook/{{Orphanimo}}'': The page image comes from the second album; Alice and the Orphans go to the mayor in hopes that he will help them stop CorruptCorporateExecutive [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Hari Vallalkozo, Vallalkozo]], who is out to get his hands on the orphanage. Sadly, the Mayor is uninterested since [[MayorPain he's a huge supporter of Vallalkozo]] and his plan to modernize the city, and even shows Alice some large maquettes of the skyscrapers Vallalkozo has already build. Enraged, Alice storms out of his office, slamming the door hard enough to shake the maquettes. Then she comes back in, [[AndAnotherThing tells the major that she definately is definitely not going to vote for him]], and slams the door even harder. This time, it causes [[DisasterDominoes the maquettes to topple over like dominoes]], with the largest one falling on top of the mayor.
* ComicBook/{{Hilda}}: ''ComicBook/{{Hilda}}'': Hilda does this when she’s she's [[spoiler:grounded by her mother, and she goes to her room in a state of infuriated distress]].distress]].
* In ''ComicBook/DemonSpawn'', [[ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} Linda Danvers]] slams her office's door angrily and loudly after an argument with her bullying co-worker Nasthalthia.



* ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'': The page quote is from [[http://images.ucomics.com/comics/ga/1994/ga940306.gif this comic]], in which Garfield angrily slammed doors for no apparent reason, before doing the same thing to Jon.

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* ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'': The page quote is from [[http://images.ucomics.com/comics/ga/1994/ga940306.gif [[https://www.gocomics.com/garfield/1994/03/06 this comic]], in which Garfield angrily slammed doors for no apparent reason, before doing the same thing to Jon.



* In the Fairy Tail fanfic ''Fanfic/{{Wonderland}}'', Wonderland Lucy stops Earthland Natsu from following her into her room telling him how improper it would be because she is going to be changing. Natsu tells her that he doesn't see the problem because he has seen his Lucy naked plenty of times. She promptly slams the door in his face and is left quite flustered.

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* In the Fairy Tail ''Fairy Tail'' fanfic ''Fanfic/{{Wonderland}}'', Wonderland Lucy stops Earthland Natsu from following her into her room telling him how improper it would be because she is going to be changing. Natsu tells her that he doesn't see the problem because he has seen his Lucy naked plenty of times. She promptly slams the door in his face and is left quite flustered.flustered.
* ''Fanfic/TheGospelOfMalachel'': Misato proposes increased security measures after an attack on the pilots' lives, but she is completely brushed off by Commander Ikari. Enraged, Misato goes back to her office and slams the door loudly.
-->Misato kept her temper under control until she was out of the Commander's office, but as soon as she was away she turned and kicked the wall, swearing violently as pain shot up her foot. She hobbled back to her office, hoping that she hadn't broken her toe.\\
She slammed her office door and hurled her proposal onto her desk. He'd completely brushed her off.


* [[FieryRedhead Asuka]] attempts to do this several times in ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'', but since she's now living in Japan and they're sliding ''shoji'' doors it's [[FailedAttemptAtDrama less effective than she probably intended]].

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* [[FieryRedhead Asuka]] attempts to do this several times in ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'', but since she's now living in Japan and they're sliding ''shoji'' doors doors, it's [[FailedAttemptAtDrama less effective than she probably intended]].


* Parodied in ''Series/TheLatestBuzz'', where one episode has Michael pretend he has an invisible office around his desk and mimes things like the door and blinds. After Rebecca becomes frustrated at his arrogance, she slams the mime door shut in anger.

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* Parodied {{Parodied|Trope}} in ''Series/TheLatestBuzz'', where one episode has Michael pretend he has an invisible office around his desk and mimes things like the door and blinds. After Rebecca becomes frustrated at his arrogance, she slams the mime door shut in anger.


* Played for laughs in the ''Series/{{Friends}}'' episode "The One Where Eddie Won't Go". The girls have a spat and Monica and Rachel retreat to their rooms and slam the doors, but Phoebe is left in the living room. She opens and slams shut the lid of a decorative box on a table.

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* Played for laughs PlayedForLaughs in the ''Series/{{Friends}}'' episode "The One Where Eddie Won't Go". The girls have a spat and Monica and Rachel retreat to their rooms and slam the doors, but Phoebe is left in the living room. She opens and slams shut the lid of a decorative box on a table.


Subtrope of PercussiveTherapy.

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* While not all that uncommon in real life, one should be aware that slamming doors can be a form of symbolic aggression and sometimes can be a red flag for abuse in a relationship. It can also be used as a form of emotional abuse, terrorizing the other person into submission. If you or someone you care about is being abused, please don't hesitate to report it to the police unless doing so would put you/them in greater danger.

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* While not all that uncommon in real life, RealLife, one should be aware that slamming doors can be a form of symbolic aggression and sometimes can be a red flag for abuse in a relationship. It can also be used as a form of emotional abuse, terrorizing the other person into submission. If you or someone you care about is being abused, please don't hesitate to report it to the police unless doing so would put you/them in greater danger.


* ''Theatre/SweeneyToddTheDemonBarberOfFleetStreet'': Most stagings of the show, including the original Broadway production, end with Sweeney angrily slamming a door on the audience.

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* ''Theatre/SweeneyToddTheDemonBarberOfFleetStreet'': Most stagings of the show, including the original Broadway production, end with Sweeney angrily slamming a door he entered on the audience.


* In the fourth volume of ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', Weiss gets fed up with her brother Whitley taunting her about not being allowed to leave the house, so as soon as he steps out of her room, turns, and gives a last remark, she uses one of her glyphs to slam the door in his face from across the room.

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* In the fourth volume of ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', Weiss gets fed up is frustrated with her brother Whitley taunting her about not being allowed to leave the house, so as soon as he steps out of her room, turns, and gives a one last remark, she uses resorts to slamming the door shut with one of her glyphs to slam the door in his face from across the room.glyphs.

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* ComicBook/{{Hilda}}: Hilda does this when she’s [[spoiler:grounded by her mother, and she goes to her room in a state of infuriated distress]].


* While not all that uncommon in real life, one should beware that slamming doors is a form of symbolic aggression and can be a red flag for abuse in a relationship. It can be used as a form of emotional abuse, terrorizing the other person into submission. If you or someone you care about is being abused, please don't hesitate to report it to the police unless doing so would put you/them in greater danger.

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* While not all that uncommon in real life, one should beware be aware that slamming doors is can be a form of symbolic aggression and sometimes can be a red flag for abuse in a relationship. It can also be used as a form of emotional abuse, terrorizing the other person into submission. If you or someone you care about is being abused, please don't hesitate to report it to the police unless doing so would put you/them in greater danger.


* ''WebVideo/GameGrumps'': After losing to Dan in the first episode of ''Press Your Luck'', Arin goes off on a rant and slams the door. He then immediately has to slam it again because the first attempt wasn't loud enough, and asked if the second try translated his rage better.

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After losing to Dan in the first episode of ''Press Your Luck'', Arin goes off on a rant and slams the door. He then immediately has to slam it again because the first attempt wasn't loud enough, and asked if the second try translated his rage better.better.
** During their ''VideoGame/SuperMarioOdyssey'' series, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rzD2KSwRwMw Dan relates a story]] where Ninja Brian did this after a song recording session when he abruptly corrected Dan on a piece of movie trivia. The slam knocked loose a section of the studio's soundproofing, with Dan calling the situation "the least rock & roll studio damage that has ever occurred."


This is an act displayed when someone slams the door hard when they're really mad, usually when having an argument with somebody. If PlayedForLaughs, the slam can causes a vibration that causes stuff surrounding the door to crash down onto the floor, or even the door itself.

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This is an act displayed when someone slams the door hard when they're really mad, usually when having an argument with somebody. If PlayedForLaughs, the slam can causes a vibration that causes stuff surrounding the door to crash down onto the floor, or even the door itself.
itself. If the door has a window in it or is made of glass, said glass will inevitably shatter.

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* In ''Literature/{{Rules}}'', Catherine slams the door to her mother's office out of frustration with being made to babysit David when she'd rather hang out with Kristi.

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