Phrases at the start of TV shows

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Hello...Blue Peter

It's Friday, it's five to five, and it's Crackerjack!!!!!!!!!!!

Hello , good , evening , and welcome...........That was the week that was.

Good evening... and I'll soon put a stop to that , (Just about every single Robin Day interview)

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"And now for something completey different". Monty Pythons Flying Circus. Great programme.

True, a great programme, but that phrase would usually come at any point during the show, so it might appear after 5 mins, 10 mins, or almost at the end.

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"The immortal pen of James Fenimore Cooper brings you thrilling tales of excitement, blazing action on the early American frontier, stirring adventures filled with the daring and courage of Hawkeye, the first of the long rifles, and his blood brother Chingachgook, last of the Mohicans!"

Only the older ones will remember this!

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quite often the 1st word was.................


You're right, and somebody with nothing better to do has put together a 10 minute compilation of them

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The Weekend Starts Here as quoted by Keith Fordyce at the introduction of Ready, Steady, Go. 

It sure did..... Bath, fry up, latest attire on and off out !

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There is nothing wrong with your television set. Do not attempt to adjust your picture. - The Outer Limits

Yabba Dabba Doo - The Flintstones

Its time to play the music - The Muppet Show

Good evening all (evenin' all) - Dixon of Dock Green

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"Wagons Ho"   wagon train Ward Bond Flint Mac'culler.

Champion the Wonder Horse (song) start of program.

"Blankety Blank" (song) start of show

"Nice to see you"  "to see you nice" Sunday night at the London Palladium.

Hello Children,  The man from the garden has just gone into his house for dinner. Watch with Mother

"Double your money " and try to get rich (song) start of show.

"Hello my Darlings"  Arthur Askey show.


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