any publicity is good publicity

1933 R. CHANDLER in Black Mask Dec. 26 Rhonda Farr said: ‘Publicity, darling. Just publicity. Any kind is better than none at all.’

1974 P. CAVE Dirtiest Picture Postcard xiv. Haven’t you ever heard the old adman’s adage..‘any publicity is good publicity’?

1986 ‘C. AIRD’ Dead Liberty xii. Bill wasn’t too worried. Like the old trouper he is, he insisted that all publicity is good publicity.

2002 Washington Times 9 May C8 Mike Tyson may have disproved the adage that any publicity is good publicity.


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