Do you know who said these famous '60s catchphrases?

Jinkies! These catchphrases should sound familiar!

Finding the perfect zinger for a sentence or a joke can be a challenge. Thankfully, these characters from the 1960s have done the work for us, by giving us just the right thing to say time and time again. 

Do you know who said these famous '60s catchphrases? Put your trivia smarts to the test and see if you can get them all.

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  1. Who said, "Zoinks!"?
  2. Who said, "Good grief"?
  3. Who said, "You rang"?
  4. Who said, "Would you believe..."?
  5. Who said, "Oh, Rob!"?
  6. What is Spock's famous catphrase?
  7. Who said, "Yabba-dabba-doo!"?
  8. Where does, "This tape will self destruct in five seconds" come from?
  9. Who said, "Nip it in the bud"?
  10. Who does the catchphrase, "Heeeeere's Johnny!" originally refer to?
  11. Who says "Shazam!", "Golly" and "Sur-prise, sur-prise, sur-prise!"?

Do you know who said these famous '60s catchphrases?

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KevinHartford 7 months ago
To my knowledge there was no show called "A Man Called U.N.C.L.E." and I don't believe Spock ever had a "catphrase" whatever the heck that is!
Hatfield KevinHartford 7 months ago
You are correct on the point that there was never a series "A Man Called U.N.C.L.E." It was in fact "A Man FROM U.N.C.L.E." BUT, I think the quiz intentionally misnamed the series to possibly trip someone up, as the correct response to the question was "Mission Impossible".

The "CATphrase" was most likely a simple typographical error. Don't go feeling all superior because you noticed it, proofreading isn't as easy as you'd like to think. Particularly if you are being paid by the page and not by the hour.
AnnaRentzVandenhazel 7 months ago
10/11, and that's false - fix your darned game! I knew every correct answer, and not one was marked incorrect. And please get a better proofreader, Mr. Spock didn't have any "cat phrases", unless there was a episode involving cats that I'm not aware of. I won't bother to repeat the glaring errors already pointed out by others.
WOW....You have nothing better to do than whine about some quiz on a MeTv site?
DerekBird 15 months ago
The catchphrases for the rest of The Scooby Doo Gang would be:
Fred : Come on gang
Velma Dinkley: Jinkies
Shaggy Rogers: I'm hungry
Scooby Doo: Me too.
"Danger Prone" Daphne Blake: Help or Where am I?
Scooby Dum: Scooby Dooby Dum
DerekBird 15 months ago
I got 11 out of 11
No question about it – you absolutely know your catchphrases!
Caretaker245 15 months ago
10/11 never watched Get Smart
DerekBird Caretaker245 15 months ago
Shame on you.
RedSamRackham 15 months ago
* Maynard G. Krebs also said "You rang?" ☺
rmadara RedSamRackham 7 months ago
He also got a high squeaky voice if he repeated the word "WORK!"
wanderer2575 32 months ago
11/11, too easy. But this is the first I've ever seen Fred, Shaggy, and Velma's full names, so it was was worthwhile.
ndebrabant 33 months ago
I got 11 out of 11
No question about it – you absolutely know your catchphrases!
Thomas 34 months ago
Choosing between Goober and Gomer Pyle should have been easy but I was thrown by the goober peas I thought was the logical order answer.
Lacey 34 months ago
11/11 I watched WAY too much TV in my youth.
JDnHuntsvilleAL 34 months ago
10 out of 11. I haven't the foggiest idea what #1 is all about.
Stephen79 JDnHuntsvilleAL 34 months ago
Scooby Doo characters ...
DerekBird JDnHuntsvilleAL 15 months ago
Runeshaper 34 months ago
I got 11 out of 11
No question about it – you absolutely know your catchphrases!

Last 1 was a guess, but I got it! :)
garywut 34 months ago
Come on, you guys should know it's "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." not "A Man called U.N.C.L.E." Question #8.
SalIanni garywut 34 months ago
I noticed a few other mistakes too, like "Oliver Wendell" instead of "Oliver Wendell Douglas" and "Mel Coolidge" instead of "Mel Cooley". Also, while Lurch is best known for saying "You rang?", the phrase had first been used many years earlier by Maynard G Krebs on "Dobie Gillis".
KathyMcKinny SalIanni 7 months ago
Lurch made it iconic, Maynard just said the words
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