The Wilhelm Scream

The Wilhelm scream is a stock sound effect first used in 1951 for the movie Distant Drums. It has been featured in dozens of movies since. Alongside a certain recording of the cry of the Red-tailed Hawk, the “Universal telephone ring” and “castle thunder,” it is probably one of the most well-known cinematic sound clichés.

i watched a few of those movies in the last few month and realy i dont remember it im checking aladin right now… will post update in a few min…lol…

lol too funny its in there I watched Aladin …man thats too funny