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Page 4 Free Cartoons and Cartoon Characters Sound Effects
Free sound effects downloads, animated cartoon sounds, cartoon characters talking, songs from The Simpsons, Looney Tunes Cartoons characters and more.
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All Free Sound Effects Downloads - Cartoons & Cartoon Characters Audio Clips
Huge category of free sound effects, audio recordings, noises, songs and character speech related to cartoon creation and/or effects used in cartoons and cartoon-like productions such as speed jumps, boings, zooms and so forth. Also songs from cartoon shows, cartoon characters talking, speaking their favorite lines, singing those popular and sometimes hilarious songs from popular cartoon hit shows and more. Some of the characters in this section include, Homer Simpson, Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, Scooby Doo, character sounds (speech) from the television shows South Park and Family Guy and some of those memorable Simpsons' songs. Hundreds of free audio clips (sound effects) have been included from all of the popular characters from the long running Looney Tunes Cartoons television show. Download wave (.wav) and MP3 (.mp3) sound recordings of these and more, all free in the Cartoons and Cartoon Characters section.
The free sound effects below are all wave (.wav) or MP3 (.mp3) file audio clips unless otherwise specified.
Right-click on the audio file you wish to download and choose 'Save Target As' or 'Save Link As' (depending on the web browser you are using) to save the free sound effect to your computer.
Cartoon Sound Effects Navigation
The free audio clips in the Cartoons and Cartoons Characters section are divided into page groups to make finding the sound effects you need easier. The divisions are, Animated Cartoon Sounds, which include jumping, running, banging, boings and so forth that would be used in the creation of different types of cartoon sequences. The other divisions are all cartoon characters and are divided into Looney Tunes Characters (as one group) and other individual characters each having their own pages of sound effects.
You will find an index, or category list like the one below on each page of the Cartoons and Cartoon Characters sound effects pages.
Cartoons & Cartoon Characters Categories (Sound Effects & Audio Clips)
Animated Cartoon Sounds Homer Simpson Looney Tunes Characters Songs from The Simpsons South Park
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The iFacts Collection - Interesting Page Related Content
iFact #7 - Interesting Facts About Cartoons
The earliest cartoon strip, named 'The Yellow Kid,' was shown in the New York Journal in 1896.
The longest running newspaper comic strip is 'The Katzenjammer Kids,' which was first published in 1897. It is still in publication.
The most filmed cartoon character - Zorro has been shown in 69 films. Created by Johnston McCully, he was the first comic strip character to be the subject shown in a major film, The Mark of Zorro (USA 1920).
The most valuable cartoon movie poster was a poster for the Walt Disney short, Alice's Day at Sea (USA 1924), was sold in London England at $36534.00 in 1994.
Rugrats the cartoon has been around for a whole decade (ten years). There has been 1 episode when they are not babies. It was named Rugrats All Growed Up.
The most syndicated comic strip was Peanuts by Charles Schulz (USA) appears in 2,620 different news papers in 75 different countries.
Mr. Schulz published his last Peanuts strip on January 3rd ,2000 before he died on February 12th 2000. Most valuable cartoon cell: In 1989, a black-and-white drawing from Walt Disney's 'Orphan's Benefit' (USA 1934), depicting Donald Duck being punched by an orphan, raised $280,000 at Christie's London, England.
One of the 150,000 color cells from Disney's Snow White (USA 1937) was sold in 1991 for $203,000. The longest running primetime animated series is the Simpsons, which began in 1987.
The first animated TV cartoon series was called 'Crusader Rabbit,' which ran from 1949 to 1951.
The most expensive animated film was The Prince of Egypt (USA, 1998), which cost 60 million dollars to produce.
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