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Delta House TV Show on ABC in 1979 Funny Money
Vacation 2015 Lemmings 1973 Disco Beaver from Outer Space (1978)
Animal House 1978 Class Reunion 1982 Movie Madness 1982
National Lampoon's Vacation European Vacation Vacation and European Vacation
Christmas Vacation 1989 Vegas Vacation 1997 Ultimate Vacation Collection
Joy of Sex 1984 OC and Stiggs 1985 Class of 86 (1986)
Loaded Weapon 1 1993 Last Resort 1994 Attack of the 5ft-2in Women 1994
Senior Trip 1995 Favorite Deadly Sins 1995 Dad's Week Off 1997
The Don's Analyst 1997 Men in White 1998 Golf Punks 1998
Van Wilder 2002 Repli-Kate 2002 Blackball 2003
Jake's Booty Call 2003 Thanksgiving Family Reunion 2003 Christmas Vacation 2: Cousin Eddie's Island Adventure 2003
Gold Diggers 2003 Dorm Daze 2003 Barely Legal 2003
Going the Distance 2004 Almost Guys 2004 Lost Reality 2004
Lost Reality 2: More of the Worst 2005 National Lampoon's Boobies 2005 Adam and Eve 2005
Teed Off 2005 Teed Off: Behind the Tees 2005 Teed Off Too 2006
Cattle Call 2006 Electric Apricot: Quest for Festeroo 2006 Pucked 2006
Van Wilder 2: Rise of Taj 2006 Professor Pepper's School of Good Stuff 2006 Wannabes 2006
Dorm Daze 2 2006 Pledge This 2006 Paris Hilton Movie Hard Four 2007
Spring Break 24-7 2007 TV The Movie 2007 The Beach Party at the Threshold of Hell 2007
Homo Erectus 2007 The Stoned Age Totally Baked: A Potumentary 2007 BagBoy 2007
One, Two, Many 2008 Van Wilder Freshman Year 2009 RoboDoc 2008
RoboDoc Dissected: The Making of RoboDoc 2009 The Legend of Awesomest Maximus 2009 Ratko: The Dictator's Son 2009
Transylmania 2009 Endless Bummer 2009 Dracula's Daughter vs Space Brains 2010
Sex Tax Comes To Fresno 2010 Dirty Movie DVD Dirty Movie 2: Student Film 2011
Snatched 2010 Cheerleaders Must Die 2010 Frat Chance 2011
Night of Little Dead 2011 Surf Party 2013 Another Dirty Movie
The Great American Run The Great American Run Vacation 2015
  Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead 2015  


During the 1970s and early 1980s, a few films were made as spin-offs from the original National Lampoon magazine, using some of the magazine's creative staff to put together the outline and script, and were cast using some of the same actors that performed in The National Lampoon Radio Hour and the stage show National Lampoon's Lemmings. The first of the "National Lampoon" movies was a (not very successful) made-for-TV movie called Disco Beaver from Outer Space, broadcast in 1978.

The second, and by far the most successful film, was National Lampoon's Animal House (1978). Starring John Belushi and written by Doug Kenney, Harold Ramis and Chris Miller, Animal House became one of the highest grossing comedy films of all time. Produced on a low budget, it was so enormously profitable that from that point onward for the next two decades, the name "National Lampoon" applied to the title of a movie was considered to be a valuable selling point in and of itself.

There is considerable ambiguity about what constitutes a "National Lampoon" film because, after the success of Animal House, a large number of movies were subsequently made that had "National Lampoon" as part of the title, and in some cases used actors that had been associated with other National Lampoon productions. Many of these so-called "National Lampoon" movies were unrelated projects, because during most of the 1980s and the 90s, the name "National Lampoon" could simply be licensed on a one-time basis, by any company, for a fee. There are also cases where a film, originally released outside the US under one title, has had "National Lampoon's" added to the title for US release; for example the 2004 Canadian release Going the Distance, which was only branded a National Lampoon film in its American theatrical and DVD releases.

In 2002, the rights to use the name became the property of a new company that also decided to use the National Lampoon name as their company name. Critics such as the Orlando Sentinel's Roger Moore and the New York Times' Andrew Adam Newman have written about the cheapening of the National Lampoon's movie imprimatur; in 2006, an Associated Press review said, “The National Lampoon, once a brand name above nearly all others in comedy, has become shorthand for pathetic frat boy humor."


National Lampoon's Vacation Series

The National Lampoon's Vacation film series is a comedy film series initially based on John Hughes' short story "Vacation '58" that was originally published by National Lampoon magazine. The series is distributed by Warner Bros. and consists of four theatrical films and one made-for-television spin-off film. In recent years, the series has been the inspiration for various advertising campaigns featuring some of the original cast members. The series portrays the misadventures of the Griswold family, whose attempts to enjoy vacations and holidays are plagued with continual disasters and strangely ridiculous predicaments.

National Lampoon's New Vacation (2015)

Vacation is an upcoming American adventure comedy film directed and written by John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein and produced by David Dobkin. It is the fifth installment of the National Lampoon's Vacation series. The film stars Ed Helms, Christina Applegate, Chris Hemsworth, and Charlie Day. The film is scheduled to be released by Warner Bros. on October 9, 2015.

National Lampoon's New Vacation
Following in the footsteps of his father Clark (Chevy Chase) and hoping for some much-needed family bonding, a grown-up Rusty Griswold (Ed Helms) surprises his wife, Debbie (Christina Applegate), and their two sons, James (Skyler Gisondo) and Kevin (Steele Stebbins), with a cross-country trip back to America's favorite family fun park: Wally World, as it will be closing forever.

In 2010, it was announced by New Line Cinema (owned by Warner Bros., which released the previous films) that a new Vacation film was being produced. Originally set to be produced by David Dobkin and written by John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein, the story was to focus on Rusty Griswold as he took his own family to Wally World before the theme park permanently closes.

In July 2012, it was announced that Ed Helms will star in the sequel as Rusty Griswold. The film is to follow Rusty, who now has his own family misadventures on the road. John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein will write and direct the film, which is scheduled to begin filming in June 2013 throughout Atlanta and New Mexico. On March 28, 2013, Variety announced that original series stars Beverly D'Angelo and Chevy Chase were in talks to reprise their roles, most likely in the form of a torch-passing cameo role. No mention was made of other series regulars such as Randy Quaid's Cousin Eddie. On April 23, 2013, it was reported that the film has been delayed indefinitely due to creative differences.

Chris Hemsworth and Charlie Day will also star. Skyler Gisondo and Steele Stebbins will star as Rusty Griswold's sons along with Helms and Christina Applegate. On September 15, Leslie Mann joined the film to play the role of Rusty's sister Audrey Griswold. On September 29, Keegan-Michael Key and Regina Hall were set to play family friends of the Griswolds in the film. On October 10, director Francis Daley revealed in an interview that he might do a cameo with Samm Levine and Martin Starr, which would be a reunion of hit comedy show Freaks and Geeks, though it was not confirmed. On November 12, four actors joined to play Four Corners cops which include Tim Heidecker, Nick Kroll, Kaitlin Olson and Michael Peña.

Filming began on September 16, 2014, in Atlanta, Georgia. On September 16, scenes were filmed on location in Olympic Flame Restaurant. Scenes were shot around Piedmont and 6th Aves from October 6-8. On October 22, 2014, scenes were filmed at the U.S. National Whitewater Center in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Wally World
Clark Grizwold's New Vacation 2015
The Grizwold's New Vacation Car


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