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Hasta la vista till the Terminator sequel baby, says Arnie
Hasta la vista, just meaning 'bye' or 'see you later' in Spanish, was brought to the public's attention after it became a catchphrase in the film Terminator 2: Judgment Day. Although many Spanish speakers would use 'hasta luego' to say 'see you later', hasta la vista is also a way of saying goodbye. This phrase has been in everyday use in Spanish-speaking countries for some time. It was used in the popular song Looking for a New Love , which was taken from Jody Watley's first album and released as a single in John Connor: No, no, no, no.
Schwarzenegger is an undercover operative married to Helen, played by Jamie Lee Curtis. The couple is swept up into a far-reaching plot during this action comedy film. Schwarzenegger made his film debut in "Hercules," in He was just 22 years old when he starred in this low-budget comedy. The filmmakers credited Schwarzenegger as "Arnold Strong. Schwarzenegger partners with James Belushi, a Chicago cop. Schwarzenegger thought this movie would be a huge hit, but instead, it was just average.