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An advertisement with the phrase "shrimp on the barbie" which aired from 1984, was particularly successful.
In 1985, Hogan starred as an Australian World War I 'digger' named Pat Cleary in the critically acclaimed mini-series Anzacs which aired on the Nine Network.
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During this time Hogan befriended Current Affair producer John Cornell, who became Hogan's manager and business partner.
Hogan followed this with his own comedy sketch program The Paul Hogan Show, which he produced and wrote, and in which he played characters with Cornell and Delvene Delaney.
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These ads always ended with the catchphrase "Anyhow, have a Winfield".
During the early 1980s, Hogan filmed a series of television ads promoting the Australian tourism industry, which aired in the United States.
Cleary was described as the quintessential Aussie larrikin and series writer John Dixon wrote the part of Cleary with Hogan in mind.
The series included a "who's who" of Australian television and film actors of the day including Jon Blake, Andrew Clarke, Megan Williams, Tony Bonner, Bill Kerr, Ilona Rodgers, Vivean Gray and Robert Coleby.
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