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This sound effect can be found on The General Series 6000 Sound Effects Library, which was made by Sound Ideas. It debuted in 1990. It is similar to the sound effect, Sound Ideas, BABY - CRYING, HUMAN 05, which is available on the Series 2000 Sound Effects Library.

Used In

TV Shows

Movies

Commercials

USA:

  • AOL - "Quick Thinking" (2004)
  • Buick Regal GS - Feeding Time! (2014)
  • Kids Foot Locker - The Adventures of Kung Shu (1990's) (Heard in a high pitch)
  • Purell (radio) (2003)
  • QuikTrip (2008)
  • Samsung Active Washer - Tackles All Your Laundry Needs (2015)
  • Slim Jim (2013)
  • Target - "Baby Blues" (1999)
  • Visa - "Baby Talk" (2001)

UK

  • BT - Think Fast - heard once in "Baby or Unlimited Calls" (2002)
  • Network Rail - Vicious Cycle "It won't kill you..." (2009, radio)
  • Pot Noodle (2001)
  • Sainsbury's - Baby & Toddler Sale (2002, radio)

Video Games

Sony Playstation

  • Desert Bus (2002)
  • Saints Row: The Third (Heard once in the intro of Professor Genki's Super Ethical Reality Climax, or when the player shoots an unethical target)

Nintendo (NES Digital):

  • Dr. Jekyll & Mr Hyde (1999)

PC - Online Games:

  • Milk Quest (heard once in the opening cutscene of the first level)

Promos

  • Cartoon Network - Har Har Thursdays - Gwen vs. Owen (2008)
  • Cartoon Network - Superheroes on an Airplane (2000, towards the end)
  • PBS Kids - Little Riley Jacob (2001)

Trailers

Apps

  • Little Critter (Heard twice in "The New Baby" and "I Was So Mad.")

Youtube Videos

  • Funny Babies Funny Videos Funny Baby -Funny Babies Scared of Toys Compilation 2015 [NEW HD].mp4
  • Funny Babies Crying When Mom Sings Videos 2015

Image Gallery

  1. https://youtu.be/D_qvXwjAR7g?t=17m34s
2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DT4VY7uBct4

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