I was listening to my iPod the other day and Donavan's "Season of the Witch" came on and I immediately flashed to the closing scene of 1995's "To DIe For" with Nicole Kidman. I remember sitting in the theater and being completely captured by the combination of the visual and Donovan's music. Usually I am up and out of there at the end of the movie but I remember sitting thru the entire closing credits watching Nicole (I think) ice skate to Donovan. Another movie that did this for me was "Kelly's Heroes". It was a silly little movie but the final scene with the Mike Curb Congregation singing "Burning Bridges" as Kelly's captain walks into the blown out bank and sees the "up yours baby" graphic on the bank wall thrills me every time I see it on the satellite. Both of these are closing scenes with credit scrolls but I wondered what scenes others thought were made perfect by the sound track. I watch "Rescue Me" on FX and have noticed that over the last two or three seasons they have been paying a LOT of attention to the music especially the closing number. Frequently I will find myself on iTunes downloading the closing number after the show is over.