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3rd Dec '15 5:45:36 AM Prfnoff
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** Parodied in George S. Kaufman's ''Hollywood Pinafore''. Mike Corcoran "never says a big, big D" because, as a movie producer, he respects UsefulNotes/TheHaysCode. His final answer to the question, "What, never?", is, "Only in ''Film/GoneWithTheWind''."
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** Parodied in George S. Kaufman's ''Hollywood Pinafore''. Mike Corcoran "never says a big, big D" because, as a Pinafore Pictures' top movie producer, director, he of course respects UsefulNotes/TheHaysCode. His final answer to the question, "What, never?", is, "Only in ''Film/GoneWithTheWind''."
3rd Dec '15 5:43:44 AM Prfnoff
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** Parodied in George S. Kaufman's ''Hollywood Pinafore''. Mike Corcoran "never says a big, big D" because, as a movie producer, he respects UsefulNotes/TheHaysCode. His final answer to the question, "What never?", is, "Only in ''Film/GoneWithTheWind''."
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** Parodied in George S. Kaufman's ''Hollywood Pinafore''. Mike Corcoran "never says a big, big D" because, as a movie producer, he respects UsefulNotes/TheHaysCode. His final answer to the question, "What "What, never?", is, "Only in ''Film/GoneWithTheWind''."
3rd Dec '15 5:42:57 AM Prfnoff
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** Parodied in George S. Kaufman's ''Hollywood Pinafore''. Mike Corcoran "never says a big, big D" because, as a movie producer, he respects UsefulNotes/TheHaysCode. His final answer to the question, "What never?", is, "Only in ''Film/GoneWithTheWind''."
29th Jun '15 6:26:14 AM KhesterBarbatos
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* Sadly [[{{Bowdlerise}} bowdlerized]] in ''Theatre/WestSideStory'': Stephen Sondheim originally wrote the last like of "Gee, Officer Krupke" as "Gee, Office Krupke, FUCK YOU!" but was forced to change it to the very silly "Krup you!", much to his chagrin at the time.
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* Sadly [[{{Bowdlerise}} bowdlerized]] in ''Theatre/WestSideStory'': Stephen Sondheim originally wrote the last like line of "Gee, Officer Krupke" as "Gee, Office Krupke, FUCK YOU!" but was forced to change it to the very silly "Krup you!", much to his chagrin at the time.
30th Apr '15 1:49:20 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* In Act II of ''Theatre/TheAndersonvilleTrial'', when Otis Baker compares Colonel Norton P. Chipman to Captain Henry Wirz (i.e. a puppet JustFollowingOrders from his superiors) during a recess in the trial, an indignant Chipman exclaims, "God damn you...!"
15th Feb '15 5:52:30 PM ajitter89
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* There's a doozy in Theatre/ItsOnlyAPlay --> '''I Love Liza Minelli''' -->'''Ah She's a Cunt! But I love her!'''
4th Jan '15 10:21:35 PM mcgrew
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* In Theatre/ShrekTheMusical, after using the UnusualEuphemism "sucks pine sap", Pinocchio ends the song "Story of My Life" with an exclamation of "Crap!"
18th Dec '14 11:40:32 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* For a Disney musical, ''Theatre/MaryPoppins'' includes a rather strong word in the middle of the "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" number. -->'''Michael''': She may be tricky, but she's ''[[DidNotDoTheBloodyResearch bloody]] good''!
4th Oct '14 12:01:53 AM NobodysSavior
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Paraphrased reasoning from Sondheim's Book
* Sadly [[{{Bowdlerise}} bowdlerized]] in ''Theatre/WestSideStory'': Stephen Sondheim originally wrote the last like of "Gee, Officer Krupke" as "Gee, Office Krupke, FUCK YOU!" but was forced to change it to the very silly "Krup you!", much to his chagrin.
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* Sadly [[{{Bowdlerise}} bowdlerized]] in ''Theatre/WestSideStory'': Stephen Sondheim originally wrote the last like of "Gee, Officer Krupke" as "Gee, Office Krupke, FUCK YOU!" but was forced to change it to the very silly "Krup you!", much to his chagrin.chagrin at the time. **He later admitted it was actually quite clever, he just really wanted to be the first in musical theatre to have a character say "fuck" on Broadway.

* The last act of ''NixonInChina'' has perhaps the first such example in the history of opera: "We'll teach these motherfuckers how to dance!" The fact that said line is sung by a coloratura soprano makes it all the better.
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* The last act of ''NixonInChina'' has perhaps the first such example in the history of opera: "We'll teach these motherfuckers how howitzer to dance!" The fact that said line is sung by a coloratura soprano makes it all the better.
8th Jun '14 11:47:31 AM lalalei2001
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* In ''Theatre/PokemonTheMewsical'', Ash says the F-word when Gary is shot. It's the only time it's said in the show.
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