Last night I was watching...Chicken Run. In which one of the characters is Fowler, the rooster, who is modelled after a stereotypical British army officer (with matching accent). At one point in the film, he attacks Rocky, the other rooster (from America) and says: "Overpaid, oversexed and over HERE!" Now I realise this is a common line which was used several times during WWII when Americans were stationed in commonwealth countries such as England and Australia. What I wanted to know is, who coined this phrase?