From Bill & Ted's classic catchphrase "Duuude" to 'Dude, Where's My Car?,' we all know the word "dude" has been a mainstay in Hollywood since the '80s. But in this supercut video, it turns out even late legends like John Wayne said "dude" on-screen way back in 1959. 

The video features clips from movies that are mostly considered ultimate "dude-flicks" -- which means 'The Big Lebowski' is definitely included.

That's "dude" from 31 movies in all (yes, we counted). Most of us should recognize most of the films, but if you need help identifying the few you didn't get, let us help you out. Check out a list of featured movies below.

'Baseketball'
'Tropic Thunder'
'Ferris Bueller's Day Off'
'Half-Baked'
'Surf Ninjas'
'Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure'
'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles'
'Billy Madison'
'The Big Lebowski'
'Fast Times at Ridgemont High'
'Finding Nemo'
'Dirty Work'
'Rio Bravo'
'Dude, Where's My Car?'
'Beavis & Butthead Do America'
'Orange County'
'Bio-Dome'
'Ferngully the Last Rainforest'
'Super Troopers'
'Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle'
'Mallrats'
'The Cable Guy'
'Knocked Up'
'3 Ninjas'
'Role Models'
'Office Space'
'American Pie'
'Austin Powers in Goldmember'
'Zoolander'
'Hook'
'Hackers'

The end. And you're welcome, dude.