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6th Mar '16 1:45:13 PM Eddy1215
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* Tex Avery's W-B cartoon "Circus Today" has the circus orchestra's drummer perform a drumroll as a high dive artist does his act. The conductor stops him and cues the trumpeter to [[DownerEnding play]] {{"Taps"}} [[DownerEnding afterwards.]]

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* Tex Avery's W-B cartoon "Circus Today" has the circus orchestra's drummer perform a drumroll as a high dive artist does his act. The conductor stops him and cues the trumpeter to [[DownerEnding play]] {{"Taps"}} "{{Taps}}" [[DownerEnding afterwards.]]
6th Mar '16 1:44:34 PM Eddy1215
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* Tex Avery's W-B cartoon "Circus Today" has the circus orchestra's drummer perform a drumroll as a high dive artist does his act. The conductor stops him and cues the trumpeter to [[DownerEnding play]] "{{Taps}}" [[DownerEnding afterwards.]]

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* Tex Avery's W-B cartoon "Circus Today" has the circus orchestra's drummer perform a drumroll as a high dive artist does his act. The conductor stops him and cues the trumpeter to [[DownerEnding play]] "{{Taps}}" {{"Taps"}} [[DownerEnding afterwards.]]
6th Mar '16 1:43:33 PM Eddy1215
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* Tex Avery's W-B cartoon "Circus Today" has the circus orchestra's drummer perform a drumroll as a high dive artist does his act. The conductor stops him and cues the trumpeter to [[[[DownerEnding play]] "{{Taps}}" [[DownerEnding afterwards.]]

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* Tex Avery's W-B cartoon "Circus Today" has the circus orchestra's drummer perform a drumroll as a high dive artist does his act. The conductor stops him and cues the trumpeter to [[[[DownerEnding [[DownerEnding play]] "{{Taps}}" [[DownerEnding afterwards.]]
6th Mar '16 1:42:46 PM Eddy1215
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* Tex Avery's W-B cartoon "Circus Today" has the circus orchestra's drummer perform a drumroll as a high dive artist does his act. The conductor stops him and cues the trumpeter to [[DownerEnding play "Taps" afterwards.]]

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* Tex Avery's W-B cartoon "Circus Today" has the circus orchestra's drummer perform a drumroll as a high dive artist does his act. The conductor stops him and cues the trumpeter to [[[[DownerEnding play]] "{{Taps}}" [[DownerEnding play "Taps" afterwards.]]
6th Mar '16 1:30:05 PM Eddy1215
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* Tex Avery's W-B cartoon "A Day At The Circus" has the circus orchestra's drummer perform a drumroll as a high dive artist does his act. The conductor stops him and cues the trumpeter to [[DownerEnding play "Taps" afterwards.]]

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* Tex Avery's W-B cartoon "A Day At The Circus" "Circus Today" has the circus orchestra's drummer perform a drumroll as a high dive artist does his act. The conductor stops him and cues the trumpeter to [[DownerEnding play "Taps" afterwards.]]
27th Jan '16 10:46:27 AM Piando
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* ''Late Show with DavidLetterman'': When someone is about to perform a stunt, Dave will often ask the drummer to provide a drum roll accompaniment.

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* ''Late Show with DavidLetterman'': Creator/DavidLetterman'': When someone is about to perform a stunt, Dave will often ask the drummer to provide a drum roll accompaniment.



* Used unironically on ''HappyDays'' when Fonzie set a world record of jumping over 14 garbage cans on a motorcycle.
* Spoofed several times on ''BeakmansWorld'':

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* Used unironically on ''HappyDays'' ''Series/HappyDays'' when Fonzie set a world record of jumping over 14 garbage cans on a motorcycle.
* Spoofed several times on ''BeakmansWorld'':''Series/BeakmansWorld'':



* Used in early playings of the pricing game Hole in One on ''ThePriceIsRight''.

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* Used in early playings of the pricing game Hole in One on ''ThePriceIsRight''.''Series/ThePriceIsRight''.




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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', Cyborg requests a drum roll before he unveils the new T-Mobile; Beast Boy obliges by turning into an armadillo and drumming on his belly. He threatens to stop a moment later when Cyborg remarks, "[[LadiesAndGerms Ladies and gentlemen...and whatever Beast Boy is...]]".
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'', before giving a demonstration to Tommy and Chuckie, Angelica asks, "May I have a drum roll please?" And she actually gets one from an unseen source. The opening theme also begins with a drum roll.
* Tex Avery's W-B cartoon "A Day At The Circus" has the circus orchestra's drummer perform a drumroll as a high dive artist does his act. The conductor stops him and cues the trumpeter to [[DownerEnding play "Taps" afterwards.]]

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\n[[AC:WesternAnimation]]\n* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', Cyborg requests a drum roll before he unveils the new T-Mobile; Beast Boy obliges by turning into an armadillo and drumming on his belly. He threatens to stop a moment later when Cyborg remarks, "[[LadiesAndGerms Ladies and gentlemen...and whatever Beast Boy is...]]".\n* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'', before giving a demonstration to Tommy and Chuckie, Angelica asks, "May I have a drum roll please?" And she actually gets one from an unseen source. The opening theme also begins with a drum roll.\n* Tex Avery's W-B cartoon "A Day At The Circus" has the circus orchestra's drummer perform a drumroll as a high dive artist does his act. The conductor stops him and cues the trumpeter to [[DownerEnding play "Taps" afterwards.]]\n\n[[AC:{{Theatre}}]][[/folder]]

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* In ''SeventeenSeventySix'', George Washington's dispatches are always signed "Your Obedient, G. Washington," with a drumroll preceding his name.

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* In ''SeventeenSeventySix'', ''Theatre/SeventeenSeventySix'', George Washington's dispatches are always signed "Your Obedient, G. Washington," with a drumroll preceding his name. \n\n[[AC:RealLife]]
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', Cyborg requests a drum roll before he unveils the new T-Mobile; Beast Boy obliges by turning into an armadillo and drumming on his belly. He threatens to stop a moment later when Cyborg remarks, "[[LadiesAndGerms Ladies and gentlemen...and whatever Beast Boy is...]]".
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'', before giving a demonstration to Tommy and Chuckie, Angelica asks, "May I have a drum roll please?" And she actually gets one from an unseen source. The opening theme also begins with a drum roll.
* Tex Avery's W-B cartoon "A Day At The Circus" has the circus orchestra's drummer perform a drumroll as a high dive artist does his act. The conductor stops him and cues the trumpeter to [[DownerEnding play "Taps" afterwards.]]
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15th Nov '15 6:34:49 PM nombretomado
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* In an episode of ''{{Rugrats}}'', before giving a demonstration to Tommy and Chuckie, Angelica asks, "May I have a drum roll please?" And she actually gets one from an unseen source. The opening theme also begins with a drum roll.

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* In an episode of ''{{Rugrats}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'', before giving a demonstration to Tommy and Chuckie, Angelica asks, "May I have a drum roll please?" And she actually gets one from an unseen source. The opening theme also begins with a drum roll.
27th Oct '15 8:52:23 PM K
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* In ''SeventeenSeventySix'', George Washington's dispatches are always signed "Your Obedient, G. Washington," with a drumroll preceding his name.
12th Nov '14 5:34:48 PM Prfnoff
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* ''Theatre/{{Cabaret}}'' begins with a drum roll and cymbal crash announcing the entrance of the Emcee.

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* ''Theatre/{{Cabaret}}'' begins with a drum roll and cymbal crash announcing the entrance of the Emcee.
Emcee. There is a similar drum roll when the Emcee introduces "Fräulein Sally Bowles" singing the title song, and one more for his last exit.
12th Nov '14 4:49:57 PM Prfnoff
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* ''Theatre/{{Cabaret}}'' begins with a drum roll and cymbal crash announcing the entrance of the Emcee.
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