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"Yabba dabba do", "Yahoo" and "Elvis has left the building" -- can you imagine American pop culture without these famous terms and catchphrases? Unsung heroes such as Alan Reed and Mark Rothman are honoured throughout this comprehensive resource for TV lovers everywhere. Hartigan has traced back to the person who should be properly credited for inventing or first coining l "Yabba dabba do", "Yahoo" and "Elvis has left the building" -- can you imagine American pop culture without these famous terms and catchphrases? Unsung heroes such as Alan Reed and Mark Rothman are honoured throughout this comprehensive resource for TV lovers everywhere. Hartigan has traced back to the person who should be properly credited for inventing or first coining legendary TV phrases. Television fans will revel in this book. With more than 500-plus terms, catchphrases, and taglines, it is the most exhaustive resource of its kind.


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"Yabba dabba do", "Yahoo" and "Elvis has left the building" -- can you imagine American pop culture without these famous terms and catchphrases? Unsung heroes such as Alan Reed and Mark Rothman are honoured throughout this comprehensive resource for TV lovers everywhere. Hartigan has traced back to the person who should be properly credited for inventing or first coining l "Yabba dabba do", "Yahoo" and "Elvis has left the building" -- can you imagine American pop culture without these famous terms and catchphrases? Unsung heroes such as Alan Reed and Mark Rothman are honoured throughout this comprehensive resource for TV lovers everywhere. Hartigan has traced back to the person who should be properly credited for inventing or first coining legendary TV phrases. Television fans will revel in this book. With more than 500-plus terms, catchphrases, and taglines, it is the most exhaustive resource of its kind.

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