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* The "Howie Long" scream can be heard in this [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajbSFYV-maQ MTV bumper]].

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* The "Howie Long" scream can be heard in this [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajbSFYV-maQ com/watch?v=sbyqPSysO88 MTV bumper]].

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*** Also present in two variations in the intro when the Smoke Jaguar ''Mad Cat'' blows up a vehicle with an infantryman and another when the ''Thor'' stomps on a fleeing soldier.


* ''Series/AmericasFunniestHomeVideos'' makes use of numerous stock screams, including the Howie Long and the Eeeyah! Eeeeyaaagh, Eeeyah! (it would be awesome to have a link here for the latterly mentioned scream)

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* ''Series/AmericasFunniestHomeVideos'' makes use of numerous stock screams, including the Howie Long and the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XbttBH6Ip4 Eeeyah! Eeeeyaaagh, Eeeyah! (it would be awesome to have a link here for the latterly mentioned scream)Eeeyah!]]


* ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'' has one in Season Two during the Gobbowl Arc at Brakmar, when the Masked Gobbowler [[spoiler:snatches the Gobbowl and then strikes her former team-mates with it.[[/spoiler]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'' has one in Season Two during the Gobbowl Arc at Brakmar, when the Masked Gobbowler [[spoiler:snatches the Gobbowl and then strikes her former team-mates with it.[[/spoiler]]]]


* One of the earliest re-uses is in the 1954 version of ''Film/AStarIsBorn'', once during the Somewhere There's a Someone number and earlier when film executives are literally screening the film where the Wilhelm Scream came from "Charge at Feather River."

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* One of the earliest re-uses is in the 1954 version of ''Film/AStarIsBorn'', ''Film/{{A Star Is Born|1954}}'', once during the Somewhere There's a Someone number and earlier when film executives are literally screening the film where the Wilhelm Scream came from "Charge at Feather River."


** ''VideoGame/GoldenEye1997'' has a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9irWYNanm0 loop of possibly stock screams]]. And the game does actually loop around the screams.

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** ''VideoGame/GoldenEye1997'' has a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9irWYNanm0 loop of possibly stock screams]]. grunts]]. And the game does actually loop around the screams.grunts.
** And speaking of ''VideoGame/GoldenEye1997'', the aforementioned grunts are heard in countless other games, movies and TV shows. Which means if you hear one of them, you'll running back to that game.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'': Someone on the staff must have liked Finn's [[ScreamsLikeALittleGirl high-pitched scream]] from "Burning Low", because it wound up getting recycled in over a dozen episodes throughout the rest of the series:
** In "Up a Tree", Finn lets out a shriek after a porcupine tries (and fails) to invoke PainPoweredLeap.
** In "Princess Potluck", Finn screams in excitement when he sees they've got a bounce house at the potluck (which turns out to be Bounce House Princess).
** Finn's scream shows up several times in "Blade of Grass".
** In "Blank-Eyed Girl", Finn screams when Jake startles him as they're walking home from the pizza place.
** In "Flute Spell", Finn screams when Jake taps him on the shoulder while he's deep in thought.
** In "I Am A Sword", Finn screams as he awakens from a vision of the Finn Sword being used to kill a guard.
** In "Mysterious Island", Finn screams after doing a DoubleTake on seeing the storm Alva was fleeing from has suddenly grown massive.
** In "The Light Cloud", Jake gives Finn a purple-nurple as he's trying to get the attention of the citizens of Founders' Island, causing him to scream.
** In "Orb", Finn screams when he sees Princess Bubblegum with her teeth falling out in his nightmare.
** In "Skyhooks II", Finn screams when Lumpy Space Princess grabs him by the ankle while he's being overwhelmed by the brainwashed candy-people.
** In "The Wild Hunt", Finn imagines Fern's face on Huntress Wizard... ''after'' sharing a SmoochOfVictory with her, causing Finn to scream in horror.
** In "Always BMO Closing", Finn screams when he sees a swarm of clones made from his baby teeth invading the treehouse.
** In the last act of "Come Along With Me", Finn screams one last time after Princess Bubblegum taps him on the shoulder.


* In ''Film/IntoTheStorm'', a Wilhelm scream can be heard when a man gets sucked out of the storm drain.

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* In ''Film/IntoTheStorm'', ''[[Film/IntoTheStorm2014 Into the Storm]]'', a Wilhelm scream can be heard when a man gets sucked out of the storm drain.

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* In ''Film/IntoTheStorm'', a Wilhelm scream can be heard when a man gets sucked out of the storm drain.

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* In ''[[Film/Venom2018 Venom]]'', this scream is heard when Venom throws a SWAT team member over a balcony.


Overused StockSoundEffects can screw with a TV viewer's suspension of disbelief -- repeated use makes them instantly recognizable to those in the know. One of the worst offenders is the StockScream -- one of several vocal effects used when a character has to scream and the sound the actor recorded isn't loud or piercing enough. From the popularity of some stock "scream" effects, you would think they were the only ones in existence. Currently there are about 15 commonly used stock screams, most of which have yet to be named.

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Overused StockSoundEffects can screw with a TV viewer's suspension of disbelief -- repeated use makes them instantly recognizable to those in the know. One of the worst offenders is the StockScream Stock Scream -- one of several vocal effects used when a character has to scream and the sound the actor recorded isn't loud or piercing enough. From the popularity of some stock "scream" effects, you would think they were the only ones in existence. Currently there are about 15 commonly used stock screams, most of which have yet to be named.


* ''VideoGame/BionicCommando Rearmed'' sometimes plays this when an enemy is killed with the Bazooka.

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* ''VideoGame/BionicCommando Rearmed'' sometimes plays this when an enemy is killed with the Bazooka.Bazooka or grenades.



* In ''VideoGame/BionicCommando: Rearmed'' the motorcyclists in the overhead stages have this scream when killed with a grenade or rocket.



* The enemy soldiers in the ''VideoGame/MetalSlug'' series do ''nothing but these'', particularly when they get killed.

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* The enemy soldiers in the ''VideoGame/MetalSlug'' series do ''nothing but these'', particularly when they get killed. Most of the games use the aforementioned Redead scream when enemies are killed with fire or explosives.

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** It's used again the episode "Welcome to the Jungle", it can be heard among the screams of the soldiers that are escorting the president when they set off the hidden land mines.


* ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' has the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lb7XKOeXANM "AAUGH!!!"]] scream used for Charlie Brown, even after his voice actor was changed, and it's used for various other male characters, including Peppermint Patty and Lucy on occasion. Peppermint Patty has "AAAARHH!", which is used for other female characters too. Snoopy's stock scream is [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zdCL4nHuKI8 "ARRRR!".]]

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* ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' has the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lb7XKOeXANM "AAUGH!!!"]] scream used for Charlie Brown, even after his voice actor was changed, and it's used for various other male characters, including and even Peppermint Patty and Lucy on occasion. Peppermint Patty has "AAAARHH!", which is used for other female characters too. Snoopy's stock scream is [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zdCL4nHuKI8 "ARRRR!".]]


Overused StockSoundEffects can screw with a TV viewer's attention span -- repeated use makes them instantly recognizable to those in the know. One of the worst offenders is the StockScream -- one of several vocal effects used when a character has to scream and the sound the actor recorded isn't loud or piercing enough. From the popularity of some stock "scream" effects, you would think they were the only ones in existence. Currently there are about 15 commonly used stock screams, most of which have yet to be named.

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Overused StockSoundEffects can screw with a TV viewer's attention span suspension of disbelief -- repeated use makes them instantly recognizable to those in the know. One of the worst offenders is the StockScream -- one of several vocal effects used when a character has to scream and the sound the actor recorded isn't loud or piercing enough. From the popularity of some stock "scream" effects, you would think they were the only ones in existence. Currently there are about 15 commonly used stock screams, most of which have yet to be named.


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