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This sound effect can be found on Cartoon Trax Volume 1, which was made by Disney and The Hollywood Edge.

Info

  • First recorded: 1941
  • Creator: Jimmy MacDonald
  • Owner: The Walt Disney Company (1942-1992), The Hollywood Edge (1992-2014), Sound Ideas (2014-present)
  • Origin: United States
  • Year debut: February 28, 1942
  • First heard: Pluto Junior (a Pluto short)
  • Area used: Worldwide

This sound effect was recorded by Jimmy MacDonald in 1941 and was made from a squeak & pop. It was originally a Disney sound effect that debuted in the Pluto short, Pluto Junior on February 28, 1942. and it was used as one of Disney's trademark pop in their cartoons and movies (like Song of the South, Peter Pan and The Jungle Book.)

The Hollywood Edge would later add it to its Cartoon Trax Volume 1 library in 1992. After the bankruptcy of The Hollywood Edge in 2014, Sound Ideas took over to acquire this sound effect.

Today, it is commonly heard in more than hundreds of media, along with other Disney pop sounds from the library.

Sound Effect Description

Low-pitched Squeak & Pop (l.e. Head Out Of Bottle).

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Used In

TV Shows

Movies

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Video Games

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DVD:

Nintendo 64:

Commercials

Finland:

  • Keiju Butter (1996)

Ireland

  • Galtee Ham - Real Ham, Not Sham (1998)

Websites

TV Presentations

  • BBC One - 24th March 2017 (linking into Comic Relief Pt.2)
  • Sveriges Television dittsvt rebranding promo for SVT1 (2008) (Low Pitched)

Bumpers

  • CBBC IDs - Scarf (2002-2005)

Promos

Trailers

USA:

UK:

  • Disney Videos - The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)
  • VCI - Bimble's Bucket on Video & DVD (2003, advert only)

TV Spots

TV Specials

YouTube Videos

Policy Trailers

Videos

Other Media

Music Videos

  • Naam Brigade (feat Juvenile) - What You Doin' wit Dat (2002)

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