The Wilhelm Scream is one of the most famous sound effects in film history. It was first heard in the 1951 film “Distant Drums.” We spoke with Jonathan Kuntz, a film history professor at UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, to find out how it came about and why it’s used in over 100 films today.
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Why The Same Scream Is Used In Hollywood Films | Movies Insider
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