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The Carrot

You know that old saying?  The one that has something to do with a stick and a carrot?  Well I had a realization just now, as I sat on the couch with the window open (window OPEN y’all!   506 more words

Life, As I Know It

Tony Hendra On National Lampoon's Legacy And First Album In 35 Years

Tony Hendra is a comedy legend having served as the first editor of National Lampoon, introducing John Belushi & Chevy Chase to the world and portraying Ian Faith in Spinal Tap. 67 more words

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▣ Hit the Road Clark!

Main Features No 55

▣ Reviewing National Lampoon’s European Vacation (1985)

The Griswald family, headed by Clark and Ellen travel to Europe with their kids Rusty and Audrey. 1,165 more words

Film Review

Interview 96: Tony Hendra

Legendary iconoclast Tony Hendra joins Real Politik to discuss the history of postwar comedy and his role therein. Hendra is best-known for playing Ian Faith, manager of the mock heavy metal band Spinal Tap. 223 more words



“Are There Any Triggers Here Tonight?”

The Final Edition

National Lampoon releases its first original album in more than 35 years — “Are There Any Triggers Here Tonight?” on Friday, September 9th. 654 more words

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Online: National Lampoon's "Mad," 1971

Parody OfMadTitle: “Mad.” Parody In: National Lampoon.
Date: October 1971. Length: 15 pages. Contributors: John Boni, Sean Kelly, Henry Beard (writers); John Romita, Joe Orlando, Ernie Colon, Al Weiss, Babi Jeri, John Lewis, Stuart Schwartzberg, Ralph Reese.  264 more words


The car from National Lampoon's Vacation is for sale ahead of your next trip to Walley World

There are plenty of famous movie cars out there, from Christine to the Delorean to the Ecto 1 (the original, let’s be honest). But few spark the same sort of nostalgia for the road as the 1979 Ford LTD wagon that took the Griswold family from their Chicago suburb to Walley World in  209 more words