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* A particularly demented variant in Creator/BobClampett's [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes cartoon]] "WesternAnimation/TheBigSnooze": Bugs tells Elmer (who is in drag, trying to escape Hollywood wolves. ItMakesSenseInContext. [[DreamLand Sorta.]]) to "Quick! Run this way!" [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2z3ee7 Has to be seen to be believed.]] (Occurs at 5:45)

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* A particularly demented variant in Creator/BobClampett's [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes cartoon]] "WesternAnimation/TheBigSnooze": Bugs tells Elmer (who is in drag, trying to escape Hollywood wolves. ItMakesSenseInContext. [[DreamLand Sorta.]]) to "Quick! Run this way!" [[http://www.[[https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2z3ee7 com/video/x6hjk4p Has to be seen to be believed.]] (Occurs at 5:45)


-->'''Paul:''' We'll just have to do the best we can.

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-->'''Paul:''' -->'''George:''' We ''can't''!\\
'''Paul:'''
We'll just have to do the best we can.


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* An old ComicStrip/{{Popeye}} cartoon had Bluto, disguised as a butler, invite Popeye into the house by bowing grandly and uttering the line. Naturally, Popeye bends over double as he enters.

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* ''Fanfic/ThePiecesLieWhereTheyFell'': In chapter 18 of the sequel ''Picking up the Pieces'', a doctor instructs Night Blade, Vix-Lei and Wind Breaker to follow him to another room with the phrase. Vix-Lei takes it to heart (but in a way that makes it clear she’s deliberately joking) and walks with her head at the same angle his is.


* ''Series/HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys'' featured this in "Greece if Burning" with the Widow Twanky (female but played by male Michael Hurst in wonderfully camp style). Asking for help for a group of women she told them to walk this way, marching off with an over the top swishy walk with her palms up and her hands moving up and down. Of course, the women followed with predictable results.

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* ''Series/HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys'' featured this in "Greece if Burning" with the Widow Twanky (female but played by male Michael Hurst in wonderfully camp style). Asking for help for a group of women she told them to walk this way, marching off with an over the top swishy walk with her palms up out and her hands moving up and down. Of course, the women followed with predictable results.


* ''Series/HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys'' featured this in "Greece if Burning" with the Widow Twanky (female but played by male Michael Hurst in wonderfully camp style). Asking for help for a group of women she told them to walk this way, marching off with an over the top swishy walk with her palms up and her hands moving up and down. Of course, the women followed with predictable results.



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* A ruder (and rather clever) [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jQDntDN7co variation]] on the joke.
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* ''Anime/RobotCarnival''. In "Franken's Gears", a MadScientist builds a robot which proceeds to copy everything the scientist does. When the scientist trips and falls it does likewise, falling on his creator and crushing him.

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* ''[[Film/AttackOfTheKillerTomatoes Killer Tomatoes Strike Back!]]''. The cop takes the tomato expert to investigate a BadGuyBar where the tomatoes hang out, and tells her to do exactly what he does. Cue her copying all his movements until he gets annoyed.


* ''VideoGame/LeisureSuitLarry 2'', where a maitre d' of a snooty restaurant is disserving Larry:

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* ''VideoGame/LeisureSuitLarry 2'', ''VideoGame/LeisureSuitLarry2LookingForLoveInSeveralWrongPlaces'', where a maitre d' of a snooty restaurant is disserving Larry:


* A particularly demented variant in Creator/BobClampett's [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes cartoon]] "WesternAnimation/TheBigSnooze": Bugs tells Elmer (who is in drag, trying to escape Hollywood wolves. ItMakesSenseInContext. [[DreamLand Sorta.]]) to "Quick! Run this way!" [[http://www.220.ro/desene-animate/The-Big-Snooze/x60e8C0xDh/ Has to be seen to be believed.]] (Occurs at 5:45)

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* A particularly demented variant in Creator/BobClampett's [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes cartoon]] "WesternAnimation/TheBigSnooze": Bugs tells Elmer (who is in drag, trying to escape Hollywood wolves. ItMakesSenseInContext. [[DreamLand Sorta.]]) to "Quick! Run this way!" [[http://www.220.ro/desene-animate/The-Big-Snooze/x60e8C0xDh/ dailymotion.com/video/x2z3ee7 Has to be seen to be believed.]] (Occurs at 5:45)


* WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}} did this when he turned into Sherlock Holmes when Doomie was stolen. Lydia just shrugs and crawls on all fours after him. She does humor the bum alot.
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheTwistedTalesOfFelixTheCat'', Felix and Sheba visit a haunted Rock and Roll Museum. The zombie tour guide tells them to "[[ShoutOut Walk This Way]]". Felix and Sheba get into pose then go "Nah!" with Sheba declaring "That gag's cooked, man".
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/BluesClues'', Steve (the host of the show, who's live-action), is interacting with some [[StylisticSuck crudely-animated]] puppets made out of pieces of felt. When they ask him to follow them by saying "Walk this way," he imitates their stiff, [[LimitedAnimation two-frame-loop,]] sideways walking style.
* WesternAnimation/TheBeatles are invited to play at a Duke's reception in "Rock and Roll Music." The butler greets them at the door, says "Walk this way" and starts walking sideways, back to the camera. The boys follow him in the same manner.

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* WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}} did this when he turned into Sherlock Holmes when Doomie was stolen. Lydia just shrugs and crawls on all fours after him. She does humor the bum alot.
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheTwistedTalesOfFelixTheCat'', Felix and Sheba visit a haunted Rock and Roll Museum. The zombie tour guide tells them to "[[ShoutOut Walk This Way]]". Felix and Sheba get into pose then go "Nah!" with Sheba declaring declaring, "That gag's cooked, man".
man."
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/BluesClues'', Steve (the host of the show, who's live-action), is interacting with some [[StylisticSuck crudely-animated]] puppets made out of pieces of felt. When they ask him to follow them by saying saying, "Walk this way," he imitates their stiff, [[LimitedAnimation two-frame-loop,]] sideways walking two-frame-loop]], sideways-walking style.
* WesternAnimation/TheBeatles are invited to play at a Duke's duke's reception in "Rock and Roll Music." Music". The butler greets them at the door, says "Walk this way" and starts walking sideways, back to the camera. The boys follow him in the same manner.


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* In the 1969 TV special ''[[WesternAnimation/TheArchieShow Archie and His New Pals]]'', when Archie and his friends enlist Veronica's butler to turn Moose into a sophisticate for the school election, the butler tells Moose to "walk this way", and Moose imitates the butler's gait.


* Played with in JohnVarley’s ''Rolling Thunder'':
-->“Follow me, please.” I was so glad he didn’t say “Walk this way,” because it is ''such'' an old joke (...) and there’s no way I could have managed that sashay.

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* Played with in JohnVarley’s Creator/JohnVarley’s ''Rolling Thunder'':
-->“Follow -->"Follow me, please." I was so glad he didn’t didn't say “Walk "Walk this way,” way," because it is ''such'' an old joke (...) and there’s there's no way I could have managed that sashay.


* In the Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures novel ''First Frontier'':

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* In the Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures novel ''First Frontier'':''[[Recap/DoctorWhoNewAdventuresFirstFrontier First Frontier]]'', the Doctor tries to invoke it, but neither of his companions obliges:

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* In ''Film/{{Arthur}}'' (1981), the butler at his fiance's mansion instructs the title character to enter her father's trophy room with these exact words. Arthur, being FunPersonified and always up for a joke, obliges him by mimicking his walk behind his back.

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* WesternAnimation/TheBeatles are invited to play at a Duke's reception in "Rock and Roll Music." The butler greets them at the door, says "Walk this way" and starts walking sideways, back to the camera. The boys follow him in the same manner.
-->'''Paul:''' We'll just have to do the best we can.


* ''WesternAnimation/DangerMouse'' got in on it, too. "All Fall Down" had Colonel K meet with DM and Penfold, and the Colonel told them to "Walk this way" to the scene of the crime at Puttingham-Down Research Centre and walking with an odd waddling walk. Penfold starts to imitate him and DM says reproachfully "Penfold...", to which Penfold replies "Ah, you ''are'' a spoil sport!"

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* ''WesternAnimation/DangerMouse'' got in on it, too. "All Fall Down" had Colonel K meet with DM and Penfold, and the Colonel told them to "Walk this way" to the scene of the crime at Puttingham-Down Research Centre and walking with an odd waddling walk. Penfold starts to imitate him and DM says reproachfully "Penfold...", to which Penfold replies "Ah, "Oh, chief...you ''are'' a spoil sport!"

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