South Park Easter Egg - Closing Braniff Jingle

The little jingle that plays right after the credits, while the Braniff Logo and airplane are shown, is not a Braniff jingle. It is the melody from the song "Schpedoinkle Day," from the movie "Cannibal the Musical" which is Trey Parker's first film.

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Contributed By: Al Smith on 08-05-1999
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Ryan Mead writes:
Although Braniff no longer exists, the name is used here for Parker and Stone's production company.
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Braniff existed around 10 years ago but went Bankrupt, so you're both right... Braniff actually has nothing to do with Trey and Matt other than as a joke sponsor for South Park.
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Nik P. Mulb writes:
Also, the same tune, though more orchestral, is used at the end of That's My Bush.
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Speed Racer writes:
Not only that, but didn't Braniff go out of business about 10 years ago?
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Dude writes:
Braniff went Backrupt.
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