Did you know about the Wilhelm Scream?

By Keren Lerner
14th October 2011

Wilhelm Scream Jorgen Sundberg Tweet

If you find something interesting, that you didn’t know about before, well there’s perfect inspiration to blog about it!
For example, I recently saw a tweet by Jorgen Sundberg about the Wilhelm Scream which lead me to a video of a compilation of this often used screaming sound effect which was originally recorded in 1951.

I didn’t know about it but it is a very popular sound within many Hollywood films – including Star Wars films, Indiana Jones movies, Gremlins 2, Pirates of the Caribbean, Shrek the Third, Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, and several Pixar films.

Check out the video:

You can read all about it here on Hollywood Lost and Found.
And there is a complete list of the movies with this effect here.

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About the Editor

Keren Lerner
Keren Lerner is the founder of TLD and came up with the idea of this blog, which is used to show different types of blogs, for training and placing interesting topics and stories. All the posts on this site are edited by Keren but often you will see the credit is from someone else.