This sound effect can be found on Cartoon Trax Volume 1, which was made by The Hollywood Edge.
- First recorded: 1951
- Creator: Jimmy MacDonald
- Owner: The Walt Disney Company (1951-1992), The Hollywood Edge (1992-2014), Sound Ideas (2014-present)
- Origin: United States
- Year debut: July 26, 1951
- First heard: Alice in Wonderland (a Disney film)
- Area used: Worldwide
This sound effect was made using a balloon, and was originally created for the 1951 Disney animated film Alice in Wonderland in 1951.
Sound Effect Description
Rapidly, Spinning Object Slows To Stop ( Could Be Used For Descending Object ).
- ELECTRONIC, ACCENT - MONTAGE OF VARIOUS ELECTRONIC AND COMEDY EFFECTS (forward and reversed; included in the sfx sequence)
- Sound Ideas, COMEDY - MONTAGE OF VARIOUS COMEDY EFFECTS 02 (forward and reversed; included in the sfx sequence)
- Sound Ideas, Electronic - Synthesized sound of an old car having trouble starting (forward and reversed; included in the sfx sequence)
- Sound Ideas, SCI FI / CARTOON - VARIOUS, SCI FI / CARTOON SYNTH EFFECTS (forward and reversed; included in the sfx sequence)
Clean, Full Length and Unedited Link to the Sound Effect
- Alice in Wonderland (1951) (Debut)
- Peter Pan (1953)
- The Sword in the Stone (1963) (Heard twice)
- Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971) (Forward and reversed in a low volume)
- Knott's Bear-y Tales (Used as the sounds of the Chug-a-Chug Machine)