A favorite of movies and movie trailers, this is a montage in which various characters get hurt in various ways, the "ouch" moments falling right on the beat of a fast-paced (usually classical) musical piece — or "Yakety Sax" — such as The Cancan Song or Sabre Dance.
- WALLE has a sequence in which a love-struck WALLE tries to impress Eve, to the somewhat-unlikely accompaniment of Louis Armstrong's "La Vie en Rose".
- Space Chimps.
- Madagascar, Surf's Up, and The Wild.
- America's Funniest Home Videos.
- The Benny Hill Show uses now-Standard Snippet "Yakety Sax", and a very fast-paced version of "Fur Elise".
- Part of the end credit sequence from God Hand.
- Phelous enjoys using "The Gonk" from Dawn of the Dead for this purpose, editing together several clips from whatever he's reviewing.
- Basically Danny 2462's entire schtick.
- In the Beetlejuice episode "It's A Big, Big, Big, Big, Ape", Beetlejuice invokes one of these to cross a stretch of dangerous jungle.
- Phineas and Ferb:
- "The Doonkleberry Imperative" has "The Drusselstein Driving Test Waltz", where Perry the Platypus is dragged along when Dr. Doofenshmirtz has to retake his (rather dangerous) driving test.
- "This Is Your Backstory" has a montage of Doofenshmirtz's failed inventions self-destructing, set to the finale from the 1812 Overture.
- "Blackout!" has the "What is This Thing?" number, where Candace is literally pulled through the wringer when she's trapped in Phineas and Ferb's huge, unseen invention.
- Tom and Jerry.