The Girl is a surprise antagonist in the segment Harry Canyon of the 1981 animated fantasy film Heavy Metal. Though an ally throughout most of the story, she pulls a selfish betrayal at the climax which costs her her life, it is hinted at throughout the sequence that she might have been a con artist from the start and was simply using Harry as a means to an end.
The girl is the daughter of an archaeologist who discovers a mysterious green orb known as the Loc-Nar. In order to obtain this object, a criminal named Rudnick murders the archaeologist, which leads the girl to find safety and shelter with a local taxi driver named Harry Canyon. At his home, The Girl joins Harry in bed, presumably to sexually manipulate him as part of her plan.
Though usually one to stay out of the business of others, Harry is evenutally charmed into helping the girl get Rudnick off her back by giving him the Loc-Nar in return for a large sum of money. However, rather than sharing the newfound wealth, the girl plans to take off with all of it, and holds Harry at gunpoint. Unfortunately for her, she does so while still in the back seat of Harry's cab, which is faced by a disintegration device in the back of Harry's driver's seat as a precaution for when dangerous passengers pull such a stunt.
Giving her a final chance, Harry asks the Girl if this truly what she wants. When she unrepentedly affirms that, Harry kills her with his disintegration device, and Harry keeps the money. Despite that incident, Harry confesses that he does not hate her that much, brushing off her attempted robbery-murder as just being little greedy. As for himself, that he'll record his enormous earnings as a two-day ride, with one hell of a tip.