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Ready for road trip with the Griswold's "Vacation"

The Griswold family is back for another “Vacation”.   In 1983 version it was Chevy Chase as Clark Griswold dragging his family cross country. The new movie Rusty Griswold is grown up and taking his family to Walley World. 82 more words

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Listen to Beverly D'Angelo on The KOOL Morning Show!

We’re very big fans of National Lampoon so we were thrilled to talk to Beverly D’Angelo. Listen below as she reminisces about filming the original Vacation in Arizona, and also find out if her and Chevy Chase ever hooked up! 18 more words

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Reading and Writing Around the Web for 7/31

Every day I scour the web for interesting articles, writing tips, and just great reads. It’s all part of my ongoing effort to learn more about the craft of writing. 440 more words

Writing

Vacation (2015), National Lampoon's Step-Child

Last week, I had the chance to attend VIBE magazine’s special screening of Vacation in New York City. The house was packed, photographer’s snapped away at the fashionistas and yummy popcorn was served. 997 more words

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S2E17: Vacation

https://archive.org/download/dr_Vacation/S2E17%20-%20Vacation.mp3

The episode in which I can’t understand why the fuck this movie was made and Steve tries to figure out if the originals are even worth a watch now.

Podcast

Go On 'A Quest For Fun' With These 'National Lampoon's Vacation' Quotes

When it was originally released back in 1983, no one knew how much of an impact National Lampoon’s Vacation was going to have on the comedic landscape for decades to come. 910 more words

Movies

Why I Have a Hard Time Watching National Lampoon's Vacation

Prior to 2003, each installment of National Lampoon’s Vacation series relied on a similar premise: Chevy Chase’s Clark Griswold (“Griswald” in European Vacation) wants to spend more time with his wife and kids through some sort of good, old-fashioned family activity: a road trip to an amusement park in the first film, an excursion to Europe in the second film, a Christmas at home in the third film, and, in the underrated fourth film, an adventure in Las Vegas. 990 more words

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