The term Belasco can mean:
Belascois a fictional supervillain in the Marvel ComicsUniverse.
*Belasco is a fictional planet within the
Belasco Theatre, a Broadway theatre
David Belasco, a playwright
*Emeric Belasco, a character in the novel "Hell House"
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