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This is a rare Warner Bros. sound effect, nicknamed the "trombone gobble", used in the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies shorts.

Info

  • First Recorded: 1931
  • Creator: Bernard B. Brown?
  • Owner: Warner Bros. (1931-present), Montery Post/DigiPost TV (1990-2020)
  • Origin: United States
  • Year Debut: October 17, 1931
  • First Heard: Bosko the Doughboy (a Looney Tunes short)
  • Area Used: TBA

This sound was probably created by Bernard B. Brown. It debuted in the Looney Tunes short, Bosko the Doughboy on October 17, 1931.

The original version is currently not available on any professional sound effects libraries, but modified variations exist on the Hanna-Barbera Sound Effects Library as listed below.

Variations

Used In

TV Shows

TV Specials

Movies

Shorts

Video Games

Commercials

Bumpers

  • NBC Saturday Morning Bumpers (1990-1991)

Trailers

  • Garfield: The Movie (2004) (Trailers)

TV Spots

Other Media

  • The Carl Stalling Project: Music from The Warner Bros. Cartoons 1936-1958 (Others Media) (Heard at the end of Porky in Wackyland/Dough for the Dodo session.)

YouTube Videos

Image Gallery

See WB CARTOON, HEAD SHAKE - TROMBONE GOBBLE/Image Gallery

Audio Samples