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16th Oct '17 11:47:57 AM jasonbres
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* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' has [[http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=L2tQ8RXCSU4 Stan Smith's excellent scream of much pain]] which is so good that the show rarely misses the opportunity to use it.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' has [[http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=L2tQ8RXCSU4 Stan Smith's excellent scream of much pain]] pain which is so good that the show rarely misses the opportunity to use it.
1st Oct '17 3:26:58 AM petrandreev13
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Another famous Stock Scream is the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:The_Howie_Long_Scream.ogg Howie Long Scream]], named for its appearance in Creator/JohnWoo's ''Film/{{Broken Arrow|1996}}'', when Howie Long's villain character is kicked through the wall of a train car and falls off a bridge. The scream is believed to have originated from the 1980 film ''The Ninth Configuration'' when a biker, portrayed by Steve Sandor, has his hand crushed while holding onto a glass. Its official name is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "Man, Gut-wrenching Scream and Fall Into Distance,"]] [[note]]it's available commercially as "Hollywood Edge Premiere Edition, Disc 13, Track 44" (Track 45 is a much less often heard variation of the same scream)[[/note]]. It is also sometimes referred to as the "TIE Fighter Scream" for its similarity to the sound of a TIE Fighter from the ''Franchise/StarWars'' films.

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Another famous Stock Scream is the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:The_Howie_Long_Scream.ogg Howie Long Scream]], named for its appearance in Creator/JohnWoo's ''Film/{{Broken Arrow|1996}}'', when Howie Long's villain character is kicked through the wall of a train car and falls off a bridge. The scream is believed to have originated from the 1980 film ''The Ninth Configuration'' when a biker, portrayed by Steve Sandor, has his hand crushed while holding onto is thrown through a glass.window during a bar fight. Its official name is [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin "Man, Gut-wrenching Scream and Fall Into Distance,"]] [[note]]it's available commercially as "Hollywood Edge Premiere Edition, Disc 13, Track 44" (Track 45 is a much less often heard variation of the same scream)[[/note]]. It is also sometimes referred to as the "TIE Fighter Scream" for its similarity to the sound of a TIE Fighter from the ''Franchise/StarWars'' films.
12th Sep '17 4:50:11 PM CelestialSushi
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* Happens when Cliff Smedley [[spoiler:runs into one of the snakes in [[VideoGame/FranBow Mabuka's]] maze]] in the Jacksepticeye fan game ''[[VideoGame/TheBOSSAJacksepticeyeFanGame The BOSS]]''.
9th Sep '17 3:38:44 PM nombretomado
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* A commonly-heard stock scream is the one heard in the NES ''AmericanGladiators'' game when a gladiator falls off the platform. What's this one called? Goes [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVSnWCw0F9M&t=1m35s "aaielalialiaaah!"]]

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* A commonly-heard stock scream is the one heard in the NES ''AmericanGladiators'' ''Series/AmericanGladiators'' game when a gladiator falls off the platform. What's this one called? Goes [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVSnWCw0F9M&t=1m35s "aaielalialiaaah!"]]
26th Aug '17 10:55:41 PM Surenity
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* The paranormal documentary series ''Paranormal Survivor'' uses this scream in its dramatizations from time to time, along with just about every other stock scream in existence.
25th Aug '17 6:29:10 PM Surenity
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' episode "Pickle Rick", one of the guards in the top secret base Rick accidentally entered does the scream after Rick severs their feet with a laser while they're standing.
24th Aug '17 10:29:35 PM Surenity
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* An episode of the SpeculativeDocumentary series ''Aftermath'' that deals with what would happen if the world stopped spinning uses this scream when a rock climber, due to a lack of oxygen at high altitudes once the Earth's rotation slows, falls to his death.

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* An episode of the SpeculativeDocumentary series ''Aftermath'' ''Series/{{Aftermath}}'' that deals with what would happen if the world stopped spinning uses this scream when a rock climber, due to a lack of oxygen at high altitudes once the Earth's rotation slows, falls to his death.
24th Aug '17 10:19:17 PM Surenity
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* An episode of the SpeculativeDocumentary series ''Aftermath'' that deals with what would happen if the world stopped spinning uses this scream when a rock climber, due to a lack of oxygen at high altitudes once the Earth's rotation slows, falls to his death.


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* In the EBM song "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LiFRswKEfmk Liar]]" by Felix Marc, the scream appears seemingly out of nowhere at the 4:20 mark.
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15th Aug '17 10:19:27 AM AnotherGuy
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The "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdbYsoEasio Wilhelm Scream]]" has been a running joke among sound editors for decades, to the point that [[http://www.hollywoodlostandfound.net/wilhelm/ whole websites]] exist for tracking its appearances, and the Internet Movie Database often includes instances of the Wilhelm in its trivia entries for movies and shows. Some directors, notably Creator/QuentinTarantino, Creator/PeterJackson and Creator/GeorgeLucas, make a point of using the Wilhelm in all their action movies. It was recorded for and first used in the 1951 film ''Distant Drums'' when the character Pvt. Jessup (played by Sheb Wooley) is attacked and eaten by an alligator. Its name originates from the 1953 film ''The Charge At Feather River'', where a soldier named Wilhelm (portrayed by Ralph Brooks) used it after being shot in the leg.

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The "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdbYsoEasio Wilhelm Scream]]" has been a running joke among sound editors for decades, to the point that [[http://www.hollywoodlostandfound.net/wilhelm/ whole websites]] exist for tracking its appearances, and the Internet Movie Database often includes instances of the Wilhelm in its trivia entries for movies and shows. Some directors, notably Creator/QuentinTarantino, Creator/PeterJackson and Creator/GeorgeLucas, make a point of using the Wilhelm in all their action movies. It was recorded for and first used in the 1951 film ''Distant Drums'' when the character Pvt. Jessup (played by Sheb Wooley) Wooley, best known for the song "The Purple People Eater") is attacked and eaten by an alligator. Its name originates from the 1953 film ''The Charge At Feather River'', where a soldier named Wilhelm (portrayed by Ralph Brooks) used it after being shot in the leg.
14th Aug '17 6:52:26 AM jormis29
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* In the holiday special ''Elf: Buddy's Musical Christmas'' which stars JimParsons in the title role, a fellow elf let out one when he is kicked out of a window!

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* In the holiday special ''Elf: Buddy's Musical Christmas'' ''WesternAnimation/ElfBuddysMusicalChristmas'' which stars JimParsons Creator/JimParsons in the title role, a fellow elf let out one when he is kicked out of a window!
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