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Its Bond's Wilhelm Scream ;)
I just thought in AVTAK's case it was particularly funny as it was the same sound on four separate occasions. Lazy but funny editing.
Often it's used at a director's discretion if background noise has affected the audibility of the original soundtrack's dialogue. Or, as is the case most common in the OP's examples I'd guess, it was used supposedly to enhance the scene. Suspect that's often a reason why it's used in Hollywood films today too, only as effects - sound and visual effects - become more and more sophisticated it's less obvious nowadays than in older flicks...
Don't know about you, but that's exactly the noise I make when I get out of bed these days... ;)
* actually, that sounds horrifying.....
And without lubrication to boot.
Irma Bunt with her arse on fire and Necros' final scream before someone needed a spatula to scrape up what's left of him are good ones that come to mind for me.
You have to admit the scene where Moore climbs down the ladder in San-Fransisco, with the epic Barry cue... is just a great scene :)
Probably not…you'd hear me do that scream then!
watching any Moore film twice is not enough /:)
Ah, but I've already seen it m(o)ore times than is good for one! But am sorely tempted…just to hear that scream (his, not mine!)