History CatchPhrase / Other

27th Jun '17 12:38:09 PM CaptEquinox
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* In ''TheKingAndI'', the King has "etcetera, etcetera, etcetera." Also, less often: "is a puzzlement."

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* In ''TheKingAndI'', the King has "etcetera, etcetera, etcetera." "[[note]]TruthInTelevision! One of the few things from that play the illustrious Rama IV really did say, although he used it more in writing.[[/note]] Also, less often: "is a puzzlement."
27th Jun '17 12:34:15 PM CaptEquinox
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* Most of {{Superman}}'s best known catch phrases actually originated in [[Radio/TheAdventuresOfSuperman the highly popular radio show]] that lasted the entire decade of the 1940s, including the openings: "Faster than a speeding bullet!" and "Look! Up in the sky!", etc. Two of the best known are actually audio cues that helped listeners fill in the blanks of their own imaginations. "This looks like a job for Superman!" let the listener know that Clark Kent had just turned into Superman.[[note]]Bud Collyer used to let you know exactly when he'd finished changing in that phone booth: (mild-mannered voice) "This is a job--" (voice drops about an octave and a half) "'''FOR SUPERMAN!!!'''"[/note] "Up, up, and awaaaaaayyyyy!!!!" let the listener know that Superman was now flying.

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* Most of {{Superman}}'s best known catch phrases actually originated in [[Radio/TheAdventuresOfSuperman the highly popular radio show]] that lasted the entire decade of the 1940s, including the openings: "Faster than a speeding bullet!" and "Look! Up in the sky!", etc. Two of the best known are actually audio cues that helped listeners fill in the blanks of their own imaginations. "This looks like a job for Superman!" let the listener know that Clark Kent had just turned into Superman.[[note]]Bud Collyer used to let you know exactly when he'd finished changing in that phone booth: (mild-mannered voice) "This is a job--" (voice drops about an octave and a half) "'''FOR SUPERMAN!!!'''"[/note] SUPERMAN!!!'''"[[/note]] "Up, up, and awaaaaaayyyyy!!!!" let the listener know that Superman was now flying.
27th Jun '17 12:33:41 PM CaptEquinox
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* Most of {{Superman}}'s best known catch prases actually originated in [[Radio/TheAdventuresOfSuperman the highly popular radio show]] that lasted the entire decade of the 1940s, including the openings: "Faster than a speeding bullet!" and "Look! Up in the sky!", etc. Two of the best known are actually audio cues that helped listeners fill in the blanks of their own imaginations. "This looks like a job for Superman!" let the listener know that Clark Kent had just turned into Superman. "Up, up, and awaaaaaayyyyy!!!!" let the listener know that Superman was now flying.

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* Most of {{Superman}}'s best known catch prases phrases actually originated in [[Radio/TheAdventuresOfSuperman the highly popular radio show]] that lasted the entire decade of the 1940s, including the openings: "Faster than a speeding bullet!" and "Look! Up in the sky!", etc. Two of the best known are actually audio cues that helped listeners fill in the blanks of their own imaginations. "This looks like a job for Superman!" let the listener know that Clark Kent had just turned into Superman. [[note]]Bud Collyer used to let you know exactly when he'd finished changing in that phone booth: (mild-mannered voice) "This is a job--" (voice drops about an octave and a half) "'''FOR SUPERMAN!!!'''"[/note] "Up, up, and awaaaaaayyyyy!!!!" let the listener know that Superman was now flying.flying.
** His "Great Krypton!" started very early in the comic book, but Clark saying "Great Scott!" started with the George Reeves TV series. It was pretty clear that this was a case of Supie starting to say "Great Krypton" and then covering it up.
27th Jun '17 12:28:01 PM CaptEquinox
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* Citibank - "Not just Visa. Citibank Visa."



* "It pays to Discover."

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* "It pays to Discover."" ("The card that pays you back.")



* Hallmark - "When you care enough to send the very best."



* Microsoft - "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zwf0EZ50KUY Where do you want to go today?]]" began in 1994.



* Toyota - "I love what you do for me", "Moving forward" and "Let's go places."

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* Toyota - "Oh, what a feeling!", "I love what you do for me", "Moving forward" and "Let's go places.""
* U.S. Navy - "It's not just a job, it's an adventure!"




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* Zenith - "The quality goes in before the name goes on."



** Henry Crun: "You can't get the wood, you know."

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** Henry Crun: "You can't get the wood, you know."" (or "You can't shoot an elephant, you know." and variations thereof.)
2nd Apr '17 5:41:11 PM DustSnitch
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** {{Jesus}} has 'I tell you the truth' (or variants thereupon depending on the translation, such as 'Verily I say unto thee' or 'I tell you solemnly').

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** {{Jesus}} UsefulNotes/{{Jesus}} has 'I tell you the truth' (or variants thereupon depending on the translation, such as 'Verily I say unto thee' or 'I tell you solemnly').
1st Feb '17 10:22:03 PM Doug86
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* Fastrada in ''{{Pippin}}'': "After all, I'm just an ordinary housewife and mother, just like all you housewives and mothers out there."

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* Fastrada in ''{{Pippin}}'': ''Theatre/{{Pippin}}'': "After all, I'm just an ordinary housewife and mother, just like all you housewives and mothers out there."
7th Jan '17 8:37:25 PM JMQwilleran
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* Motel 6 - "We'll leave the light on for you."
24th Dec '16 11:18:17 AM Xtifr
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* In ''ThePhilHarrisAliceFayeShow'', Alice's brother Willie had two: "Goooood morning, Philip!" and "Yes, indeed. Mmmmhmmm!"

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* In ''ThePhilHarrisAliceFayeShow'', ''Radio/ThePhilHarrisAliceFayeShow'', Alice's brother Willie had two: "Goooood morning, Philip!" and "Yes, indeed. Mmmmhmmm!"
10th Dec '16 7:58:01 PM JMQwilleran
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* "Just wait'll we get our Hanes on you."


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* UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 - "It only does everything."
* UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 - "This is for the players."
26th Nov '16 8:12:29 PM JMQwilleran
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* Toyota - "I love what you do for me", "Moving forward" and "Let's go places."
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