Jaws circles overlong speeches at the Oscars 2013

Iconic theme song used to keep winners in their place.

The iconic ‘Jaws’ theme has featured heavily at this year’s 85th Academy Awards – hilariously used to signal the end of allotted time for long-winded acceptance speeches.

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Bill Westenhofer and team cut off by Jaws (Credit: Getty/Rex)
First to fall victim to “Jaws” were ‘Life Of Pi’ visual effects team Bill Westenhofer, Guillaume Rocheron, Erik-Jan De Boer and Donald R. Elliott – cut off by the sharky-sound as they thanked friends and relatives for their Oscar win.

The fishy play-off music didn’t seem to go down too well with the Oscars crowd – however the social media reaction declared it the best addition to the ceremony in years.

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