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6th Feb '16 10:55:16 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''{{Frasier}}'' episode "Father of the Bride", while Frasier has the apartment filled with caterers, musicians, and florists to create his vision of Daphne's wedding, Martin starts to reminisce about Niles' Sunday school classes. As he says "It seems like just yesterday..." the harp music that heralds a FlashBack start to play. Everyone turns to look at the auditioning harpist, who apologises.
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* In the ''{{Frasier}}'' ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' episode "Father of the Bride", while Frasier has the apartment filled with caterers, musicians, and florists to create his vision of Daphne's wedding, Martin starts to reminisce about Niles' Sunday school classes. As he says "It seems like just yesterday..." the harp music that heralds a FlashBack start to play. Everyone turns to look at the auditioning harpist, who apologises.
3rd Feb '16 7:16:13 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Madagascar}} 2'', it happens when the penguins steal the car.
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Madagascar}} 2'', ''WesternAnimation/MadagascarEscape2Africa'', it happens when the penguins steal the car.
3rd Feb '16 7:15:43 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''{{Shark Tale}}'' - as shown in the first three seconds [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XP3xx9kII2Q here]] * In ''TheRoadToElDorado'', Miguel has a tendency to play background music on a lute. Also, Chel hums the theme to El Dorado while offering to help Miguel and Tulio. When Miguel wants to go and wander the city, the song starts to swell, but Tulio cuts it sharply when telling him not to go out.
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* In ''{{Shark Tale}}'' ''WesternAnimation/SharkTale'' - as shown in the first three seconds [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XP3xx9kII2Q here]] * In ''TheRoadToElDorado'', ''WesternAnimation/TheRoadToElDorado'', Miguel has a tendency to play background music on a lute. Also, Chel hums the theme to El Dorado while offering to help Miguel and Tulio. When Miguel wants to go and wander the city, the song starts to swell, but Tulio cuts it sharply when telling him not to go out.

* In ''Disney/TheLionKing [[POVSequel 1 1/2]]'', Timon is trying to think of a place he should travel to for his new home, while dramatic music gets louder and louder until Timon yells, "It's kind of hard to think with all this music!" and then it stops, allowing him to decide to go to Pride Rock.
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* In ''Disney/TheLionKing [[POVSequel 1 1/2]]'', ''Disney/TheLionKingOneAndAHalf'', Timon is trying to think of a place he should travel to for his new home, while dramatic music gets louder and louder until Timon yells, "It's kind of hard to think with all this music!" and then it stops, allowing him to decide to go to Pride Rock.
31st Jan '16 11:35:13 PM dmcreif
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* ''Series/{{Daredevil 2015}}'': A flashback to Wilson Fisk's childhood in the 1970s starts by cutting to a typical Hell's Kitchen street as "Brown Sugar" by The Rolling Stones plays in the background. Then we cut to inside the Fisk family's apartment, where the song is playing on the radio, and Fisk's mother asks for it to be turned down.
24th Jan '16 6:51:16 PM HeraldAlberich
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** In ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanDeadMansChest'', after it's been established that Davy Jones enjoys playing his own {{leitmotif}} on his pipe organ with his beard of tentacles, Will challenges him to a [[ChessWithDeath game for his soul]], and the quiet organ music, almost unnoticed in the background, abruptly cuts off before Jones stomps up on deck to accept the challenge. ** Invoked in ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanOnStrangerTides'' - Scrum is playing a particularly authentic Spanish tune when Jack and Angelica dance.
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** In ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanDeadMansChest'', after it's been established that Davy Jones enjoys playing his own {{leitmotif}} on his pipe organ OminousPipeOrgan with his beard of tentacles, Will challenges him to a [[ChessWithDeath game for his soul]], and the quiet organ music, almost unnoticed in the background, abruptly cuts off before Jones stomps up on deck to accept the challenge. ** Invoked in ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanOnStrangerTides'' - Scrum ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanOnStrangerTides''--Scrum is playing a particularly authentic Spanish tune when Jack and Angelica dance.
14th Jan '16 6:07:04 AM Bissek
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** Also, in "Play It Again, Wufgang," all the world's music has been stolen by cut-rate composer Wufgang Bach. DM and Penfold are prepared with an emergency tape "in the radiation-proof glass-fronted box that was given to us by our scientific branch that can resist any attempt to break into it and contains any sort of background music we need for our activities while saving the world."
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** Also, in "Play It Again, Wufgang," all the world's music has been stolen by cut-rate composer Wufgang Bach. DM and Penfold are prepared with an emergency tape "in the radiation-proof glass-fronted box that was given to us by our scientific branch that can resist any attempt to break into it and contains any sort of background music we need for our activities while saving the world."" This tape is apparently necessary, as certain activities are apparently impossible unless the appropriate background music is playing (When the recording of the theme song stops playing, the Dangermobile drops out of the sky, because that song has to be playing for the car to fly).
8th Jan '16 12:40:56 PM Willbyr
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* ''TimeHollow''. "Phone's ringing, dude."
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* ''TimeHollow''.''VisualNovel/TimeHollow''. "Phone's ringing, dude."
1st Jan '16 12:43:44 AM DarkHunter
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* All three ''VideoGame/{{Bioshock}}'' games have record players and radios, many of them being the source of music in certain rooms; smashing or simply interacting with them can shut the music off. Special mention goes to Sander Cohen's apartment in the first game, where a record player is on while two splicers dance to a piano tune (which Cohen wrote, "Cohenscherzo") that's coming from it. Cohen orders you not to disturb the splicers, [[SchmuckBait but that clip of shotgun shells jammed under the player is very tempting...]]

* All three ''VideoGame/{{Bioshock}}'' games have record players and radios, many of them being the source of music in certain rooms; smashing or simply interacting with them can shut the music off. Special mention goes to Sander Cohen's apartment in the first game, where a record player is on while two splicers dance to a piano tune (which Cohen wrote, "Cohenscherzo") that's coming from it. Cohen orders you not to disturb the splicers, [[SchmuckBait but that clip of shotgun shells jammed under the player is very tempting...]]
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* All three ''VideoGame/{{Bioshock}}'' games have record players and radios, many of them being the source of music in certain rooms; smashing or simply interacting with them can shut the music off. Special mention goes to Sander Cohen's apartment ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' does this in the first game, where a record player is on while two splicers dance to a piano episode: the show's main theme tune (which Cohen wrote, "Cohenscherzo") that's coming from it. Cohen orders you not begins triumphantly blazing as Ruby strikes an AssKickingPose, ready to disturb take on some robbers... and then she clicks a switch on the splicers, [[SchmuckBait but that clip of shotgun shells jammed under headphones she was wearing, and the player is very tempting...]]music shuts off.
16th Dec '15 5:01:07 AM DaibhidC
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* In the Radio 4 sitcom ''Gloomsbury'', scene transitions are indicated by a brief burst of 20s jazz. In the episode "Two Broads Broadcasting", one such transition is interrupted by the sound of a radio retuning from the jazz to Vera and Ginny's poetry.
3rd Dec '15 8:02:34 AM eroock
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* Used to reveal an ImagineSpot in Michael Haneke's ''Film/{{Amour}}'': An old man sits watching his wife of over 50 years play the piano. He then suddenly shuts off the CD he's listening to and goes into the bedroom, where his wife lies bedridden from a stroke and can't even speak or feed herself anymore.
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* Used to reveal an ImagineSpot in Michael Haneke's Creator/MichaelHaneke's ''Film/{{Amour}}'': An old man sits watching his wife of over 50 years play the piano. He then suddenly shuts off the CD he's listening to and goes into the bedroom, where his wife lies bedridden from a stroke and can't even speak or feed herself anymore.
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