Can you match these catchphrases to the classic comedian?

Below, you will find a dozen phrases uttered by comics from the golden age of comedy and television. Some of them are still said today, to the point that they have become the ultimate examples of one-liners.

But do you remember who came up with the quotes? 

Try to match these timeless catchphrases to the correct comedians popular in the 1950s, '60s and '70s.

  1. This member of The Three Stooges was known to "Nyuk! Nyuk! Nyuk!"
  2. "I get no respect," he said for years.
  3. "Hey, Laaaady!" he said in, fittingly, 'The Ladies Man.'
  4. "Can we talk?" she would ask.
  5. His "Well, excu-u-se me!" became an oft-repeated Seventies catchphrase.
  6. "Say goodnight, Gracie," he would prompt to his partner.
  7. Who was known for saying "Verrry interesting" on 'Laugh-In'?
  8. This "King of One-Liners" came up with the immortal "Take my wife… please."
  9. "Now cut that out," this longtime TV host would say.
  10. This legend was known to lead with, "But I wanna tell ya…"
  11. He named his production company Gladasya after his catchphrase, "Glad to see ya!"
  12. This vaudevillian popularized the phrase "Tell ya what I'm gonna do!" on 'Texaco Star Theater.'
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