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December 14, 2003

The Wilhelm Scream 

From a fan-galaxy far, far away comes news of the Wilhelm Scream, "an inimitable cry of pain and alarm that has graced some of the biggest movies of all time." Originally given by Ralph Brooke in Warner's 1953 Western The Charge at Feather River, its echoes have sounded ever since, notably in George Lucas films. But far from exclusively: we'll hear it again in Return of the King.

Out here in the Ninth Circuit... 

...you can have your monument showing the Ten Commandments. As long as you're willing to display the Seven Principles of Summum as well...

Thanks to Howard Bashman of How Appealing.

Finally! 

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