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Food, Glorious Food

"Food, Glorious Food", written by Lionel Bart, is the opening song from the musical Oliver! It is sung when the workhouse boys from the 1960s West End and Broadway musical and 1968 film adaptation are dreaming and fantasizing about food while going to collect their gruel from the staff of the workhouse.

In popular culture

  • A variation of this song is sung in the movie Ice Age: The Meltdown.[1]
  • A version called "Chips, Glorious Chips" is used in advertising McCain Foods Limited in the UK.
  • A version called "Cheese, Glorious Cheese" was used in advertising by the American cheese industry.
  • In Dilbert, Wally sings "Food, Glorious Food." when heading to a vendor meeting.
  • In the trailer for the animated movie Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, a re-edited version of this song is played when the food starts raining from the sky.
  • In the Video game "Borderlands" a Psycho sings "Food, Glorious Food."
  • In the Video game "Borderlands 2" a Psycho sings "Food, Glorious Food."
  • A version called "Toys, Glorious Toys" is briefly sung in a SpongeBob SquarePants episode titled "Toy Store of Doom".
  • A version was used in the trailer for the reality television series MasterChef Australia (season 2).
  • A variant is sung in Charlotte's Web (1973 film) by Templeton the Rat while at the carnival.
  • A version was sung in the American Dad episode titled "With Friends Like Steve's".
  • A British television cookery show, Food Glorious Food (TV series) on ITV, STV & UTV.

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