Fred Flintstone sees circling pterodactyls after Barney punches him due to a misunderstanding involving embezzling at Slate Co. in the live-action film version of the The Flintstonesas seen here.
Happens to George too many times to count in the two George of the Jungle films. One of the henchmen in the first film also hears birds after a punch, and Shep the elephant also sees circling stars and after unsuccessfully trying to use his head as a battering ram in the sequel.
Brendan Fraser is in a class by himself for this trope. Not only does he experience it about a half a dozen times as George, but he also hears tweeting birds in the live-action film version of Dudley Do-Right and a cut scene from Looney Tunes: Back in Action.
Matt LeBlanc hears birds after getting knocked out by a car door in Ed.
In the live movie The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle, Boris, one of the Big Bads, sees these after his laptop falls on his head.
Ash hears birds after suffering The Three Stooges-like abuse from skeletons in the decidedly slapstick final installment of the Evil Dead trilogy.
The 1967 musical "Half a Sixpence" uses tweeting bird sounds after Arthur (Tommy Steele) is tossed through a roof during a musical number. Somewhat lampshaded, in that actual birds are escaping as a result of his crash, adding cooing pigeons to the cacophony of the usual high-pitched bird sounds standard for this trope.
In Inspector Gadget after Gadget uses a grappling hook to trip a criminal you see stars circling his head before he falls unconscious.
In Army of Darkness after Ash accidentally raises the dead and he tries to put the skeletons back in the ground, at one point a bunch of skeletons punch him at the same time and you hear tweeting birds.
At times, movie trailers will add in a bird sound effect that does not appear in the actual film.
This scene from "Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed," for example, in which Fred (Freddie Prinze, Jr.) is knocked silly by his own shield while battling a knight, included bird sounds in one of the film's trailers, though they were not used in the film.
Bird sounds were used after Tracy Morgan was hit in the head in one of the Little Man trailers.
A trailer for Disney/Tangled used bird sounds when Rapunzel knocks out Flynn with a Frying Pan of Doom.
Mitch Eakins hears birds after recovering from a faint in a trailer for the sequel to Evil Bong.
The lead character (played by Seth Adkins) in "Funky Monkey" stumbles and hears birds after getting tackled hard during a football game.