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What or who first made these catch-phrases famous? 1. I'll be back.. A) The Terminator - the 1984 film, as spoken by the Terminator character, played by Arnold Schwarzenneger. 2. Lovely Jubbl…
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
What or who first made these catch-phrases famous?

1. I'll be back.. A) The Terminator - the 1984 film, as spoken by the Terminator character, played by Arnold Schwarzenneger.
2. Lovely Jubbly! (or Luvvly Jubbly!) A) Derek 'Del Boy' Trotter - played by David Jason in the 1980's-90's BBC TV comedy show Only Fools and Horses.
3. Correctomundo
4. Famous for fifteen minutes.
5. And now for something completely different...A) Monty Python's Flying Circus - BBC TV comedy show, 1960's-70's, written by Cleese, Palin, Jones, etc. Eric Idle was first to use the phrase as 'the Monty Python announcer' in the show's first episode on 5 October 1969, although John Cleese chiefly delivered the line in later shows.
6. Whassup? (or Wazzup?) ...A)Budweiser beer commercials - or the full company name Anheuser-Busch Budweiser - the 'Wassup' Budweiser beer TV commercials campaign was launched around 2000 - the concept was created by Charles Stone and popularized in the Budweiser ads produced by the DDB advertising agency of Chicago.
7. Does my bum look big in this?
8. Big Brother (is watching you..) ..A)1984 - the dark futuristic novel by George Orwell, published in 1949 - the phrase appeared in the description of a government poster, in part 1, chapter 1.
9. And so to bed.
10. I love it when a plan comes together.
11. Evening all. (or Evenin' all)...A) PC George Dixon - the main character of Dixon of Dock Green, the 1950's-70's BBC TV police series.
12. Show me the money! A)Jerry Maguire - the 1996 film, shouted by footballer Rod Tidwell, played by Cuba Gooding Junior.
13. You bet your sweet bippy.
14. Be all that you can be.
15. Every day, in every way, I am getting better and better. A) Emile Coue - pronounced 'coo-ay', (and properly spelled ?ile Cou?with the accents acute) - Cou?a the French positive thinking advodate and teacher, popularized the expression as part of his widely adopted and frequently very successful auto-suggestion therapy and personal development methods during the 1920's. Cou? concepts became known as Couesm - technically Cou?m - for which, at the quizmaster's discretion, a special bonus of several million points might arguably be deserved.
16. You're going to like this - not a lot.. (but you'll like it..) A) Paul Daniels - British magician and TV show host, he popularized the expression notably on The Paul Daniels Magic Show which ran from 1979-94.
17. The world is your lobster.
18. (It's) Naughty... but nice.
19. To infinity, and beyond..A) Buzz Lightyear, voice played by Tim Allen, in the 1995 film animation Toy Story.
20. He can run, but he can't hide. (also adapted to You can run, but you can't hide/They can run, but they can't hide)
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1. I'll be back.. - terminator
2. Lovely Jubbly! (or Luvvly Jubbly!) - del boy (only fools and horses)
#2
1 arnie
2 delboy
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5 monty python
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8 george orwell
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11 dixon of dock green
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19 buzz lightyear
#3
19. buzz light year
#4
12. Show me the money! - Jerry Maguire
15. Every day, in every way, I am getting better and better. - Emile Coue
#5
You bet your sweet bippy. - Goldie Hawn.
#6
Whassup - budweiser lizards / frogs
#7
6. wazzup.. damn whats that drink called grr
#8
andyat2002
Whassup - budweiser lizards / frogs

ure too good :p
#9
twinks
16: Larry Grayson ?


[SIZE="7"][COLOR="DarkOliveGreen"]no[/COLOR][/SIZE]
#10
Is 3 - Dave Best from the Royal Family?
#11
10. is The A-Team, i belive it was the lead guy, and i can't for the life of me remember his name
#12
sancho1983
10. is The A-Team, i belive it was the lead guy, and i can't for the life of me remember his name


Colonel John 'Hannibal' Smith, played by George Peppard, from the 1980's US TV action series The A-Team.
#13
18 - Babs Windsor in the Dairy cream adverts?
#14
4. Andy Warhol

I thought 17 was Del Boy as well
#15
loveabargain
Is 3 - Dave Best from the Royal Family?


Not the first to say it, keep guessing
#16
3 Fonzie
#17
That's it, Hannibal
#18
loveabargain
18 - Babs Windsor in the Dairy cream adverts?

correct
Cream cakes TV advert by the National Dairy Council which appeared on UK television in the 1980's.
#19
Jumpingphil
3 Fonzie

correct
Fonzie/The Fonz/Arthur Fonzarelli - played by Henry Winkler in the 1970's-80's US comedy series Happy Days.
banned#20
20. The boxer Joe Louis
#21
I'm sure 4 is Andy Warhol
#22
9 zebedee
13 Dan Roan
#23
king1gazza
20. The boxer Joe Louis


Joe Louis - real name Joseph Louis Barrow, US heavy-weight boxer referring to his opponent Billy Conn before Conn's challenge for Louis's world title in 1946. Louis won.
#24
sancho1983
I'm sure 4 is Andy Warhol

correct
Andy Warhol - US pop artist - he first used it in a 1968 exhibition catalogue. Years later, when tiring of constant reference to the phrase, he coined the ironic amusing variation: "In fifteen minutes, everybody will be famous."
#25
Jumpingphil
9 zebedee
13 Dan Roan


no and yes....
Rowan and Martin's Laugh-in - US comedy series from the 1960's-70's, in which numerous guests used the phrase and variations of it. Bippy incidentally is a euphemism for backside or buttocks.
#26
10. Hanibal Smith from the A-Team
#27
17 Arfur Daily
#28
7. Does my bum look big in this?
9. And so to bed.
10. I love it when a plan comes together.
14. Be all that you can be.
#29
Jumpingphil
17 Arfur Daily

correct
Arthur Daley, played by George Cole, in the Minder ITV series, first broadcast in 1979 and hugely popular during the 1980's.
#30
[COLOR="Purple"]4 Andy Warhol - whoops too late!
9 Dougal, magic roundabout[/COLOR]
#31
18 A tv advert. can't remember but must be chocolate or cream or toffee or something like that.
#32
[COLOR="Purple"]7 Arabella Weir[/COLOR]
#33
[COLOR="Purple"]14 Army recruiting ad[/COLOR]
#34
Jumpingphil
18 A tv advert. can't remember but must be chocolate or cream or toffee or something like that.


Ooooops. Too late.
#35
9 The diary man Samual Pepys ( Peeps).
#36
10. Hanibal Smith or George Peppard
#37
[COLOR="Purple"]What's happening? Posts keep disappearing![/COLOR]
#38
Jumpingphil
9 The diary man Samual Pepys ( Peeps).


Samuel Pepys - pronounced 'peeps' - from Samuel Pepys's Diary, one of the most signicant written works describing 17th century life in England, written 1660-69.
#39
chrysha
[COLOR="Purple"]14 Army recruiting ad[/COLOR]


US Army recruitment slogan from the late 1970's to 2001. Maybe one day all political leaders will meet the same selfless standards that they expect of their soldiers. (No points for that comment because it's far too obvious)
#40
chrysha
[COLOR="Purple"]7 Arabella Weir[/COLOR]


'The Insecure Woman' character, played by Arabella Weir, in The Fast Show - created Paul Whitehouse and Charlie Higson, 1990's.

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