Bruce Forsyth

It could still be a big night if you play your cards right.

Sir Bruce Joseph Forsyth (born 22 February 1928) is a British entertainer and showman who achieved celebrity on the show Sunday Night at the London Palladium, and has since presented game shows such as Play Your Cards Right, The Generation Game, and Strictly Come Dancing.

SourcedEdit

  • You can be £3000* under, but not one penny over.

Play Your Cards RightEdit

  • What a lovely audience, so much better than last week!
    • The big joke being that it was filmed in blocks of many shows in one day, and therefore it was the same audience.
  • I'm the Joker full of jest, I play my cards close to my chest; but here's a pair that's worth revealing, come on dollies, do your dealing!
    • When introducing his two "Dolly Dealers" on the older version of Play Your Cards Right
  • I'm the leader of the pack and I'm such a jolly jack - and here they are, they're so appealing - OK dollies, do your dealing!
  • Hang loose, we'll be back in a deuce!
  • Don't touch the pack, we'll be right back!
  • You don't get anything for a pair... [the audience then shouts, "Not in this game!"]
  • I'm the Joker of the pack, which makes me such a lucky Jack and if you like things that come in pairs, check out my fabulous Croupiers.
    • When introducing his two "Dolly Dealers" on the newer version of Play Your Cards Right
  • It could still be a big night if you play your cards right. Goodnight!
    • (At the end of the show)

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