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Before Croc Dundee: "The Paul Hogan Show"
"A long time ago in a land far away (Australia) a man worked as a rigger on the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Though the rest of the world knows him as Crocodile Dundee, Aussies recall with greater affection his weekly TV comedy sketch show from the 70s."
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Many successful comedians have a fall guy or an offsider. Paul Hogan's offsider was a small man who usually wore a lifesaver's cap. What was his name?
By what nickname was Paul Hogan affectionately known?
By which expression did Paul Hogan usually introduce himself to the audience at the start of the show?
One of Hogan's many irregular characters was a magician. What was the hapless performer's stagename?
Luigi the Incredible
Linguini the Insatiable
Guiseppe the Inedible
Mario the Indefensible
Who was the blonde bombshell who made regular appearances on "The Paul Hogan Show"?
One of Paul Hogan's most memorable characters was a drunk, who would bumble his way successfully through life whilst creating chaos around him. There were few, if any, words in these segments. The sketch was always set to the same musical piece. What was the name of the tune?
"Also Sprach Zarathustra" by Richard Strauss
"The Entertainer" by Scott Joplin
"Ride of the Valkyries" by Richard Wagner
"What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong
What was the name of the daredevil character that Hogan regularly portrayed in the show?
Which brand of cigarette did Paul Hogan advertise?
Which lead singer from an internationally renowned Australian band made some guest appearances as an actor of "The Paul Hogan Show"?
Shirley Strachan (Skyhooks)
Bon Scott (AC/DC)
Daryl Braithwaite (Sherbet)
Glenn Shorrock (Little River Band)
Which character on "The Paul Hogan Show" wore a leather jacket and German helmet?
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Compiled Jun 28 12