The Coca-Cola Kid (1985)
Becker: [meeting a camel-mounted bush ranger] The last thing I ever expected to see up here was a camel.
Bushman: Yeah, I was riding a wombat up until this morning... broke a leg and had to shoot him.
Kim: How was that, Mr. Becker?
Becker: Well, you tell me. Is that the Australian sound? I mean do we have the Australian sound here?
Kim: I'd say that's easily as Australian as... well, a barbed-wire canoe. As Australian as... a shit sandwich.
Cabin Steward: G'day ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to Australia.
Phillip: [singing his promotional jingle] Don't want to go when there's no Coca-Cola - you've got - life by the throat when you're drinking Coke. Choke back the tears when there's no Coca-Cola - you've got - life by the throat when you're drinking Coke. Under the hot sun, when the day is done, and you're dying of thirst, there's only one drink, it's universal.
DMZ: I'm DMZ. That's what my parents call me. It means demilitarized zone. When they throw things at each other I'm off limits.