Flashing over the screen. The lion actually had two distinct roars: a ferocious one from the classic days and a digitally-recorded roar that's used to this day. The horse whinny mentioned above is used in the Age of Empires gameswhenever you click on the stables. (writer: "All Shook Up" - uncredited) 2014 Play It Loud: The Story of Marshall (TV Movie documentary) (performer: "Jailhouse Rock" - uncredited) 2014 Alpha House (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode) - The Civility Zone (2014). (performer: "If I Can Dream" - uncredited) 2007/I Crazy Love (Documentary) (performer: "Burning Love 2007 California Dreamin' (writer: "Love Me Tender 2007 The Sopranos (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode) - The Second Coming (2007). (performer: "Burning Love" - uncredited) 2012 God Is the Bigger Elvis (Documentary short) (performer: "Young Dreams No me la puc treure del cap (TV Series) (performer - 4 episodes, ) (writer - 2 episodes, 2012) - Amor (2012). It can be heard in various animes about daily life, such as Soredemo Machi wa Mawatteiru or The Devil Is a Part-Timer! The "reloading" sound effect from GoldenEye (1997) pops up in numerous other FPS games, though the most recent examples would be Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light, where it's used when cycling the toggle-lock on the Uboinik/Shambler shotgun. Studio used them which figures since their cartoons at the time resembled early 60s H-B cartoons, and Warner Bros. The aforementioned Star Wars door sound appears in Perfect Dark. 1987 Overboard (performer: "Can't Help Falling in Love" - uncredited) 1987 Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam (TV Movie documentary) (performer: "Blue Christmas 1987 Lethal Weapon (performer: "I'll Be Home For Christmas" - uncredited) 1987 Tin Men (performer: "His Latest Flame 1986 Macken (TV Series). The "deafened" tone - a sudden cessation of previous background noise and dialogue, accompanied by a rising pitch like radio feedback - used to signify that a preceding sound was powerful enough to overwhelm the characters' hearing.