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Downie, Will Files, Al Nelson, and Stuart McCowan (uncredited); Mac Smith was the Cinematic Lead Sound Designer. George Peterson Jr. recorded foley by Ellen Heuer and Marnie Moore. Nick Peck was the Game's Sound
This sound effect can be found on Hanna-Barbera Sound Effects Library, which was made by Sound Ideas. It was mainly used for when someone bounces around or an object bounces like a ball, generally
recorded between mid and late 1980s and it was originally a Soundelux effect. It sounds like a person blaring into a brass instrument rather than an actual elephant, but it's unknown if it really
This is sound effect can be found on Hanna-Barbera Sound Effects Library, which was made by Sound Ideas. It debuted in The Ruff and Reddy Show in 1957. It should not be confused with
This sound effect can be found on Cartoon Trax Volume 1, which was made by The Hollywood Edge. This original Disney sound effect has many whooshes (or "whips"), which vary in pitch, often ascending and
This sound effect can be found on The General Series 6000 Sound Effects Library, which was made by Sound Ideas. SourceAudio
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