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CRASH, AUTO - AUTO APPROACH, SKID AND CRASH, CARTOON Sound Libraries: Sound Ideas Run Time: 0:12 Sound categories: Crashes, Hits & Impacts Car Crashes

This sound effect can be found on Hanna-Barbera Sound Effects Library, which was made by Sound Ideas. It was originally created in 1964 for Elektra Records' "Authentic Sound Effects" series of LP albums before Hanna-Barbera picked it up in 1969. Edited versions are also found as Sound Ideas, CRASH, CARTOON - LARGE METAL AND DEBRIS CRASH, 02 and Sound Ideas, CRASH, METAL - BIG METAL CRUNCH on the same library, along with Sound Ideas, AUTO, SKID - TIRE SKID 01, Sound Ideas, AUTO, SKID - TIRE SKID 02 and Sound Ideas, CRASH, GLASS - GLASS SHATTERING, AUTO, SMASH 01 on the Series 1000 Sound Effects Library. A similar element to the second half of the crash element in this sound effect is heard in the sound effect, Hollywoodedge, Medium Crash Glass Me PE282802, which is available on The Premiere Edition Volume 2 (made by The Hollywood Edge).

Used In

TV Shows

TV Specials

Movies

Home Video Series

Home Videos

Shorts

Commercials

Video Games

Arcade:

  • Revolution X (1994) (skid only)

PC:

PlayStation 1:

  • TwinBee Taisen Puzzle Dama (Japanese Video Game) (1994) (skid only, heard in high pitch.)
  • JoJo's Bizarre Adventure (arcade game) (1999) (skid only in the Super Story Mode)
  • Tiny Toon Adventures: Plucky's Big Adventure (2001)

Nintendo 64:

  • Diddy Kong Racing (Video Game) (1997) (skid only for brakes)

Music

  • I Want My Baby Back - Jimmy Cross (1965)

Trailers

YouTube Videos

Other Media

  • Golden Book Video (Heard once in "Golden Jungle Tales" and "3 Richard Scarry Tales.")

Anime

Image Gallery

Audio Samples

Sound Ideas, CRASH, AUTO - AUTO APPROACH, SKID AND CRASH, CARTOON

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