Probably a more famous example is
>the Rolling Stones record that starts out on a transistor radio
>in _Apocalypse Now_ and then "expands" to sound much more like
>conventional extradiegetic music. Something very similar happens
>with the Johnny Hartman records in _The Bridges of Madison
>County_: on at least two occasions they are first heard in thin
>sound from a small radio before they suddenly adopt full fidelity
>and function extradiegetically. Any other examples?
>SUNY Stony Brook
Yes, actually the Rolling Stones song "You Can't always get what you want"
in _The Big Chill_, which starts out on the organ at the funeral and then
becomes the actual Stones recording as the funeral procession moves to the
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