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[[File:Hqdefault_M.jpg|thumb|The Scream, a painting by the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch.]]The '''Wilhelm scream''' is a sound effect that was first introduced in the 1951 film ''[[wikipedia:Distant Drums|Distant Drums]]''. As its name suggests, it is the sound of a man screaming, and over the years it has appeared in hundreds of films. The Wilhelm scream has also become something of an inside joke in the film industry, as the sound itself is iconic enough to be widely recognized. Beyond its uses in [[Pixar Animation Studios|Pixar]] films, the Wilhelm scream has appeared in other animated films from [[The Walt Disney Company|Disney]] and [[wikipedia:DreamWorks Animation|DreamWorks Animation]], as well as action films such as the ''[[wikipedia:Star Wars (franchise)|Star Wars]]'' franchise and [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Lord_of_the_Rings_(film_series) The Lord of the Rings] trilogy.
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[[File:Hqdefault_M.jpg|thumb|The Scream, a painting by the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch.]]The '''Wilhelm scream''' is a sound effect that was first introduced in the 1951 film ''[[wikipedia:Distant Drums|Distant Drums]]''. As its name suggests, it is the sound of a man screaming, and over the years it has appeared in hundreds of films. The Wilhelm scream has also become something of an inside joke in the film industry, as the sound itself is iconic enough to be widely recognized. Beyond its uses in [[Pixar Animation Studios|Pixar]] films, the Wilhelm scream has appeared in other animated films from [[The Walt Disney Company|Disney]] and [[wikipedia:DreamWorks Animation|DreamWorks Animation]], as well as action films such as the ''[[wikipedia:Star Wars (franchise)|Star Wars]]'' franchise and ''[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Lord_of_the_Rings_(film_series) The Lord of the Rings] ''trilogy.
   
 
==Pixar films and shorts that use the Wilhelm scream==
 
==Pixar films and shorts that use the Wilhelm scream==

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Wilhelm Scream
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The Scream, a painting by the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch.

The Wilhelm scream is a sound effect that was first introduced in the 1951 film Distant Drums. As its name suggests, it is the sound of a man screaming, and over the years it has appeared in hundreds of films. The Wilhelm scream has also become something of an inside joke in the film industry, as the sound itself is iconic enough to be widely recognized. Beyond its uses in Pixar films, the Wilhelm scream has appeared in other animated films from Disney and DreamWorks Animation, as well as action films such as the Star Wars franchise and The Lord of the Rings trilogy.

Pixar films and shorts that use the Wilhelm scream

External Links

Wilhelm scream (Wikipedia)

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