One of Arnold Schwarzenegger's most famous one-liners will forever haunt movie buffs - his sci-fi film THE Terminator has been added to the U.S. National Film Registry.
When the 61-year-old actor-turned-politician delivered his catchphrase "I'll be back" for the first time in 1984, millions caught on, imitating the former bodybuilder.
And The Library of Congress has given the California Governor a nod, announcing on Tuesday (30Dec08) it will be one of 25 films added to the list, which now boasts a total of 500 preserved in a $250 million (GBP170 million) archive.
Other titles added to the registry this year (08) include Richard Brooks' 1967 film adaptation of Truman Capote's In Cold Blood and the 1972 film Deliverance.