Interrogators Use Bright Lamps YKTTW Discussion
|Interrogators Use Bright Lamps|
How's that? A little too bright? Good.Do We Have This One?? Oh, and I'm open to title suggestions. Often associated with interrogations, shining a bright lamp on someone often adds an interrogative feel to a scene, especially if this is done in an otherwise dark room.
- Kent Mansley, from The Iron Giant, when interrogating Hogarth.
- As implied by the page image, Pinkie Pie's interrogation of Spike from My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.
- As implied by the page quotation, Kent Mansley's interrogation of Hogarth from The Iron Giant.
- The Dark Knight arguably subverts this, in having Gordon interrogate Joker while the lamp is facing the desk instead of the Joker, and the lamp isn't very bright as far as interrogation scenes go.
- Babysitter Kari is interrogated this way in The Incredibles short, "Jack-Jack Attack".
- Peanuts: Snoopy does this to Charlie Brown in a book wherein he's investigating the disappearance of Woodstock's nest. CB specifically asks, "why are you giving me the third degree?"
- Two gangsters try it on Bugs Bunny in the Looney Tunes short "Racketeer Rabbit". Bugs just puts on sunglasses and a bathing suit in preparation to get a tan.