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This sound effect can be found on The Premiere Edition Volume 1, which was made by The Hollywood Edge. It is identical to the sound effect Hollywoodedge, Dolphins Chirping TE015902 which can be found on The Edge Edition Volume 1.

Info

  • First recorded: 1963
  • Creator: TBA
  • Owner: MGM (1963-1990), The Hollywood Edge (1990-2014), Sound Ideas (2014-present)
  • Origin: United States
  • Year debut: August 14, 1963
  • First heard: Flipper
  • Area used: Worldwide

The sound effect is made by a doctored song of a kookaburra; it is edited to be high pitched and sped up.

Originally an MGM sound effect; it debuted in the 1963 film, Flipper.

In 1990, The Hollywood Edge added it to The Premiere Edition Volume 1 library. In 2014, after the bankruptcy of The Hollywood Edge, Sound Ideas took over to acquire it.

Today, it is heard in more than hundreds of media, it is often commonly used as a censor sound effect since 2001 due to SpongeBob using it out of context.

Sound Effect Description

Dolphin; Chirps / Vocals, Classic, Close Perspective. Debuted in 1963 with the film "Flipper".

Clean, Full Length and Unedited Link to the Sound Effect

AudioMicro

Similar Variations

Dolphins Chirping TE015902

Used In

TV Shows

Movies

Video Games

Arcade:

  • Cruis'n World (1996)

Nintendo Switch:

Nintendo GameCube

PC:

PlayStation 2

PlayStation 4:

XBOX

Xbox 360:

  • Dead or Alive 4 (Heard once in Kasumi's ending.)

Xbox One:

Commercials

New Zealand:

  • Kia Ora from Kaikoura (2017)
  • New World - BagVote.co.nz (2017)

United States:

Shorts

Trailers

TV Spots

Music Videos

  • Major Lazer - Bubble Butt (feat. Bruno Mars, 2 Chainz, Tyga & Mystic)

Video & DVD Previews

  • KidVision VHS Preview (1995)

Logos

  • TMS Entertainment (1999-2009) (Logos)

Online Videos

Miscellaneous

YouTube Videos

Image Gallery

Hollywoodedge, Dolphin Chirps Vocal PE024601/Image Gallery

Audio Samples

File:Hollywoodedge, Dolphin Chirps Vocal PE024601.ogg File:Hollywoodedge, Dolphin Chirps Vocal PE024601 (Low Pitched).ogg (A low pitched and slowed down version of the sound.)

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