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TV Series
    (January 12, 1986-August 30, 2002)
    Ran both American and British versions, with the British version becoming the most popular
    American version hosted by Art James
    British version hosted by Roy Walker (1986-1999), Nick Weir (2000-2001) and Mark Curry (2002)
    Spinoff called 'Family Catchphrase' ran from 1994 to 2002
    Premise: Contestants guess a phrase being represented on a giant screen, often featuring the show's mascot, 'Mr. Chips'
    The bonus prize was a vacation.
    The show struggled to remain successful after Roy Walker left.
    Nick Weir broke his leg while recording the first series.
    An infamous episode showed a series of clues that appeared to show Mr. Chips masturbating in front a snake.
    Money amounts were chosen at random.
    A then-undiscovered Simon Amstell was once a contestant on the program.
    The British version lasted seventeen years longer than its American counterpart.
    It was one of the first game shows to use modern computer graphics.

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