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Catchphrases Quiz

Who said it or where was it said 10 Questions.

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Who was often heard to say “Stupid boy” in the series Dads Army?

  • Sergeant Wilson
  • Corporal Jones
  • Captain Mainwaring
  • Mrs Mavis Pike

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What was the name of the Golden Robot character often used in the pictures in Roy Walker’s programme “Catchphrase”?

  • Mr Chips
  • Mr Robbie
  • Mr Melvin
  • Mr Kim

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Which television character is well known for his catchphrase “D’oh”?

  • Al Bundy
  • Ray Barrone
  • Ned Flanders
  • Homer Simpson

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Which TV character was often heard to say “I pity the fool”?

  • B A Baracus
  • Templeton Peck
  • "Howling Mad" Murdock
  • John "Hannibal" Smith

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If you heard the catchphrase “They’re great” what would expect to be advertised?

  • Kellog's Fruit 'n Fibre
  • Big Bear Sugar Puffs
  • Kellog's Frosties
  • Kellog's Crunchy Nut Cornflakes

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"You get nothing for a pair” was a Bruce Forsyth catchphrase in which programme?

  • Play Your Cards Right
  • The Price is Right
  • Didn't They Do Well
  • You Bet

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Who was known for the catchphrase "Bernie, ... the bolt" on the "Golden Shot"?

  • Noel Edmonds
  • Bob Monkhouse
  • Bruce Forsyth
  • Matthew Kelly

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"What you talkin' about Willis" was a catchphrase for the late Gary Coleman in which American TV series?

  • The Brady Bunch
  • Mr Ed
  • Diff 'rent Strokes
  • My Favourite Martian

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“He’s fallen in the water,” was a catchphrase from which radio show?

  • Round The Horne
  • ITMA
  • The Navy Lark
  • The Goon Show

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"Here's one I made earlier" came from which long running children's TV show?

  • Magpie
  • Blue Peter
  • Art Attack
  • Hartbeat