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Hopefully you OTers can help me out with a music query.

I have been watching Mr Robot on Amazon (good series, recommend it) and the sound overlay had Beethoven's 7th symphony 2nd movement (example below).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uOxOgm5jQ4

It evoked a memory I have of it playing in a film/tv series where people were being gunned down (possibly having been double-crossed). Can anybody tell me what film or tv series that scene is from? Have I possibly mixed up a similar sounding song with this one. It's a long shot but it's driving me mad. Can anyone oblige?

Thanks, in advance.

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Edit - same as DTMark's

Any of these?

https://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110208133938AAkhKJ6

Best Answer: According to IMDb ( http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0002727/ ), the second movement, Allegretto, from Beethoven's Seventh Symphony is found in the following films (chronologically):

- The Black Cat (1934)
- The Bells in Old Town (1946)
- The Long Night (probably; 1947)
- A Ham in a Roll (1949)
- Lola (probably; 1961)
- Me enveneno de azules (probably; 1971)
- A touch of Class (probably; 1973)
- Zardoz (1974)
- O Casamento (probably; 1976)
- The Outsider (probably; 1981)
- Frances (1982)
- La scorta (probably; 1993)
- Immortal Beloved (1994)
- Mr. Holland's Opus (1995)
- El mundo contra mi (probably; 1997)
- Photographing Fairies (1997)
- Scotland, Pa. (probably; 2001)
- Salvage Squad - TV series/''Biber Submarine'' (2002)
- Irreversible (probably; 2002)
- Cravate Club (2002)
- Copying Beethoven (probably; 2006)
- The Fall (2006)
- Crap Shoot: The Documentary (2007)
- The Darjeeling Limited (2007)
- Tears of April (2008)
- Tres caminos (probably; 2008)
- Block (short) (probably; 2009)
- Knowing (2009)
- Mustache Party (short) (probably; 2010)
- The King's Speech (2010)
- LA Phil Live - TV Series/''Dudamel Conducts Beethoven'' (probably; 2011)
- No Ordinary Family - TV Series/''No Ordinary Detention'' (2011)

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Edit - same as DTMark's

Any of these?

https://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110208133938AAkhKJ6

Best Answer: According to IMDb ( http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0002727/ ), the second movement, Allegretto, from Beethoven's Seventh Symphony is found in the following films (chronologically):

- The Black Cat (1934)

- The Bells in Old Town (1946)

- The Long Night (probably; 1947)

- A Ham in a Roll (1949)

- Lola (probably; 1961)

- Me enveneno de azules (probably; 1971)

- A touch of Class (probably; 1973)

- Zardoz (1974)

- O Casamento (probably; 1976)

- The Outsider (probably; 1981)

- Frances (1982)

- La scorta (probably; 1993)

- Immortal Beloved (1994)

- Mr. Holland's Opus (1995)

- El mundo contra mi (probably; 1997)

- Photographing Fairies (1997)

- Scotland, Pa. (probably; 2001)

- Salvage Squad - TV series/''Biber Submarine'' (2002)

- Irreversible (probably; 2002)

- Cravate Club (2002)

- Copying Beethoven (probably; 2006)

- The Fall (2006)

- Crap Shoot: The Documentary (2007)

- The Darjeeling Limited (2007)

- Tears of April (2008)

- Tres caminos (probably; 2008)

- Block (short) (probably; 2009)

- Knowing (2009)

- Mustache Party (short) (probably; 2010)

- The King's Speech (2010)

- LA Phil Live - TV Series/''Dudamel Conducts Beethoven'' (probably; 2011)

- No Ordinary Family - TV Series/''No Ordinary Detention'' (2011)

None of those ring true with me. My memory is of a scene, possibly in slow motion, of lots of people being gunned down. Possibly an assassin, a gangster shootout or a mole of some type.

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Edit - same as DTMark's

Any of these?

https://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110208133938AAkhKJ6

Best Answer: According to IMDb ( http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0002727/ ), the second movement, Allegretto, from Beethoven's Seventh Symphony is found in the following films (chronologically):

- The Black Cat (1934)

- The Bells in Old Town (1946)

- The Long Night (probably; 1947)

- A Ham in a Roll (1949)

- Lola (probably; 1961)

- Me enveneno de azules (probably; 1971)

- A touch of Class (probably; 1973)

- Zardoz (1974)

- O Casamento (probably; 1976)

- The Outsider (probably; 1981)

- Frances (1982)

- La scorta (probably; 1993)

- Immortal Beloved (1994)

- Mr. Holland's Opus (1995)

- El mundo contra mi (probably; 1997)

- Photographing Fairies (1997)

- Scotland, Pa. (probably; 2001)

- Salvage Squad - TV series/''Biber Submarine'' (2002)

- Irreversible (probably; 2002)

- Cravate Club (2002)

- Copying Beethoven (probably; 2006)

- The Fall (2006)

- Crap Shoot: The Documentary (2007)

- The Darjeeling Limited (2007)

- Tears of April (2008)

- Tres caminos (probably; 2008)

- Block (short) (probably; 2009)

- Knowing (2009)

- Mustache Party (short) (probably; 2010)

- The King's Speech (2010)

- LA Phil Live - TV Series/''Dudamel Conducts Beethoven'' (probably; 2011)

- No Ordinary Family - TV Series/''No Ordinary Detention'' (2011)

Did Suggs gun down Lee Hurst in order to takeover presenting duties on Salvage Squad?

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OK OK OK my turn....

What film is this tune from:

hmm hmm hmmmm hmmmmmm hmm hmmmmmm hmmmm hmmm

Not sure but the tune is by the Crash Test Dummies.

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Not sure but the tune is by the Crash Test Dummies.

Well I was joking when I asked, but now you remind me, mmm mmm mmm mmm is an excellent track. I only 'discovered' CTD long after they disbanded. Great band.

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What was it?

Did it turn out to be some sort of exhibition in Bristol?

It rather annoys me when someone steals me good lines :)

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No sign of the river Avon or a Moorish pavillion in my hazy memory (but I reckon the answer may lie somewhere in the Rocky mountains). I believe the film I'm thinking of has the identities of several undercover agents/(spies?) given away under duress, and then killed in a montage with classical music playing over the top.

Any ideas?

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