When investigating Mugen Academy in Sailor Moon, the "Inner Senshi" get a Sailor Stack◊, but they get discovered by a security guard and their resulting panic causes them to fall over (except Makoto, who was standing in back, being the tallest of them, and not leaning on anyone else).
In the final episode of Omamori Himari, we get a Scooby Stack featuring the entire Extended Harem. It's so tall, the camera has to pan up to have room for them all, and even then, the Ojou has to walk out into plain view since there's no more room along the doorframe.
The 2000 TNT Original version of Don Quixote did this at one point, with Don, Sancho Panza, and Sancho's donkey all peering around a boulder.
Misfits has one with Curtis, Simon, and Rudy pondering the presence of Seth the Power Broker in the Community Centre.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer used this in the episode "What's My Line, Part II." When Xander and Cordelia are leaving Buffy's house they peek around a corner Scooby-Stack-style. This episode also features the first labeling of the Buffy crew as the "Scooby Gang."
The Doctor, Clara, Angie, and Artie do this out of the TARDIS door in the Doctor Who episode "Nightmare In Silver".
And the Second Doctor and his companions while peeking out of a London Underground tunnel in "The Web of Fear".
The X-Files: Agents Mulder and Scully look this way into Izzy Berkowitz's room in "Post-modern Prometheus". Mrs Berkowitz is looking directly, standing in front of the door.
Ultraman Mebius episode "An Old Friend's Visit". Complete with anime sound effects.
Often used in promotional shots for sitcoms. Frasier has a promo photo where the cast, including Eddie the wonder-dog, are stacked around the doorframe of Frasier's apartment, with Frasier at the bottom looking rather put-upon. Everybody Loves Raymond used a similar promo photo, with Ray at the bottom trying vainly to shoo them out of his house.
The Beatles posed this way several times. The shot used for the picture sleeve◊ for the American "Lady Madonna" single is one example; another can be seen here◊.
Bridgette and Courtney do it in "Not Quite Famous" from behind a curtain.
Played With in one episode of Sponge Bob Square Pants that focuses on SpongeBob trying to train Gary, his pet snail, for the coming snail race. After unsuccessfully trying to get Gary to practice sprints a couple of times, but Gary immediately goes to watch the television, Squidward leans in a nearby window to taunt Spongebob and boast about his purebred snail's chances of success. Cue Patrick leaning in the window above, boasting about his "snail"(it's actually a rock). Squidward lampshades when he asks what Patrick is standing on, cutting to the outside of the windows to see Patrick actually standing on Squidward's back. When Squidward later leaves, Patrick falls out of the window he's in and then pops back in Squidward's window.
Jay, Cole and Zane do it behind a column in the first episode of Ninja Go: The Way of the Ninja.
In one episode of Super Mario World, Mario and Luigi peer behind a wall to spy on Cheatsy with Yoshi sticking his head vertically in between them.
The Tom and Jerry short "Johann Mouse" has five people popping their heads through a door.
Strawberry Shortcake Berry Bitty Adventures has Lemon, Raspberry, Blueberry and Plum all Scooby Stacking in Lemon's doorway doing the "after you, no after you" schtick to avoid being the first to say something they fear will hurt Lemon's feelings.
Legend Of Korra has one in "The Guide". The adult and child halves of Tenzin's family each peep in on opposite sides of a doorway.
In the episode of Avatar The Last Airbender called Sokka's Master, Aang and Katara do this while watching Sokka create his space sword.