High Treason (disambiguation)
High Treasonis criminal disloyal to one's country. The phrase may also refer to:
*"High Treason", 1927
Noel Pemberton Billingplay
*"High Treason" (1928 film), adaptation of the science fiction play
*"High Treason" (1951 film), unrelated spy film
*"High Treason - part 1" and "High Treason - part 2", "
The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr." television episodes
*"High Treason", a song on the "
White Line" album by Memorain
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