From Crazy Asian Airport Lady to Judge Doom: An Audio Convergence
By now you`ve no doubt seen the hilariously intense video of the Crazy Asian Lady at Airport who is throwing herself one of the world`s great hissy fits over missing a flight. For those of you who haven`t yet seen it, let`s catch you up:
As soon as I saw it, I knew something was familiar about the sound she was making. It took me about five hours, wracking my brain to figure out where I heard that banshee yell before when, right in the middle of my Honey Nut Cheerios, I figured it out. Her high-pitched squeal is the EXACT SAME pitch as the well-known high-pitched squeal at the end of Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, when Judge Doom is (SPOILER WARNING!) flattened under a steamroller.
I tried to find a quality clip of the ending online, but below is the only one I could get my hands on. Luckily, the sound works fine. Give it a listen and tell me if I`m not right. (The flattening action starts in at around the 1:20 mark, if you want to skip ahead.)
So, is that crazy Asian lady just a toon in disguise who finally let her true self be revealed in a fit of anger? Or is this the effect of topping off my cereal with long-expired milk? You decide.
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