Da Plane is a Tatoo!
“De plane!” is a catchphrase from the TV series Fantasy Island. But what does it mean? Does it mean that there’s a secret island on which people can smuggle drugs? Or does it mean that this a parody of Fantasy Island? You’ll have to watch the show to find out.
Phineas and Ferb uses this quote
In Phineas and Ferb, a famous movie quote from Da Plane is used by the duo to explain the concept of flight. The film’s plot revolves around a plane that takes off without building up speed. However, this is not the only time the duo uses a quotation from Da Plane.
It’s a tatoo
“Da plane is a tatoo!” is a great phrase to remember when you’re traveling. In fact, it’s a movie line from the 1960s film Casablanca, and it’s even featured on a t-shirt! This Unisex short-sleeve jersey t-shirt is made of 100% combed ring-spun cotton, so it’s very comfortable to wear. The t-shirt comes in many colors and sizes and is pre-treated for durability.
It was used to smuggle cocaine into southeastern Oklahoma
Oklahoma police have acquired a plane used to smuggle cocaine into the state. It was donated by a company that invests in organized crime. The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics seized the plane after running the tail number of the plane. The plane was later sold, and proceeds from the sale went toward the drug law enforcement program.
The plane, an American Airlines airplane, was found with a stash of cocaine in the nose cone. It was believed the cocaine was valued at nearly $200,000. During maintenance at the carrier’s Tulsa maintenance base, a maintenance technician discovered the seven bricks of cocaine.
It’s a parody of Fantasy Island
Fantasy Island is a horror parody that was originally produced in 1977 and aired on television. It features time travel, ghosts, genies, devils, and other supernatural elements. It also has hints of immortality. This movie is based on the classic TV show and was directed by Jeff Wadlow.
The film’s characters are also parodies of other fantasy films, including Daffy Duck’s Movie and Fantastic Island. The film was produced by SCTV and stars Eugene Levy, Speedy Gonzales, and John Candy. Fantasy Island references were also used in the Futurama series, in the episode “The Cryonic Woman.”
The film also features Michael Pena, who plays the mysterious Mr. Roarke, who brings the guests’ dreams to life. Pena has previously appeared in Lifetime films like Justice For Natalee Holloway. His other roles include recurring and guest roles on several shows. However, this is his first regular role in a TV series.