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|The delta house is scheming to keep itself from being kicked off campus, and led by belushi's bluto, they do so without much hope--but with many laughs.|
"Obscene, absurd and hilarious, Animal House is a genre classic. Channel 4 Film
"Arguably the most influential comedy of our time. Colin Kennedy, Empire
"...Belushi made the most of his film debut, giving a truly funny performance, in this raucous, sophomoric comedy... Find-A-Video
"Almost everyone else has at least one funny scene to equal Belushi's greatest moments. Jeffrey M. Anderson, Combustible Celluloid
"One of the all-time classic movies, and a career-defining performance by Belushi make this mandatory viewing for any movie lover. Larry Carroll, CountingDown.com
"...never settles for just funny. It always strives for double-secret funny. Phil Villarreal, Arizona Daily Star
"...the first of those crazy-college-antics films and remains, in most ways, the best. TV Guide
Editor's NoteANIMAL HOUSE is the film that launched National Lampoon as a comedy powerhouse. Developed by the editors at the Harvard Lampoon, the film is a collection of true-life experiences and memories with a great deal of embellishment. Nothing is sacred in this film, in which every gesture, phrase, and song became de rigueur in fraternity houses nationwide after its release. Decadence, debauchery, and delinquency prevail at Delta House, the scourge of the fraternity system at Faber College in 1962. In an effort to rid himself of the troublesome brothers, Dean Wormer (John Vernon) hatches a plan in cahoots with the brown-nosing Greg Marmalard (James Daughton) of rival fraternity Omega to have the Deltas kicked off campus. Unfortunately for them, the determination and drive of the Deltas is more than anyone counted on. In their last stand against the uptight dean, the antiheroes of Delta drink, smoke, romp, frolic, and dance--going out with a bang. This outrageous, much-loved comedy classic features the first major film role of the late, great John Belushi as John "Bluto" Blutarsky, the hard-partying, beer-guzzling champion of Delta house.
Cast & Crew
|Charles Correll - Cinematographer|
|John Landis - Director|
|Elmer Bernstein - Musical Score|
|Stephen Bishop - Musical Score (Songs)|
|Matty Simmons - Producer|
|Ivan Reitman - Producer|
|Douglas Kenney, et al. - Writer|
Plot SummaryIn National Lampoon's first film, a parody of 1962 college life, it's campus hijinks galore as the rowdiest fraternity at Faber College battles rival fraternities and administrators, chases women, and throws toga parties. Chief animal John "Bluto" Butarsky (John Belushi) leads the fraternity in wacky hijinks and raunchy debauchery as they take on the establishment of the college. This extremely popular college comedy became an instant classic, quickly beoming one of the most oft-quoted films ever made.
People's Choice (1979)
|National Lampoon's Animal House, Winner, Favorite Non-Musical Motion Picture|