Smokescreen may refer to:
- Smoke screen, a weapons countermeasure
- Smokescreen (Transformers), a Transformers character
- Security smoke, generated smoke specifically used as a security measure
- Smokescreen (film), a 1964 British film
- Palais Royale, a 1988 Canadian film released under the alternate titles Smokescreen or Smoke Screen
- Smokescreen (Marvel Comics), a Marvel comics supervillain
- Operation Smokescreen, a US interagency counterterrorist operation from 1995 to 2002 to disrupt fundraising by Hezbollah
- The Smoke Screen (Yes, Prime Minister), an episode of Yes, Prime Minister
- Fog display, an imaging technique
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Famous quotes containing the word smokescreen:
“Like many another romance, the romance of the family turns sour when the money runs out. If we really cared about families, we would not let born again patriarchs send up moral abstractions as a smokescreen for the scandal of American family economics.”
—Letty Cottin Pogrebin (20th century)