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Animal House Satire

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National Lampoon's Animal House is a 1978 American comedy film directed by John Landis.
This was a direct adaptation from the National Lampoon Magazine.
The story is all about a group of fraternity members who challenge the Dean of Faber College.
The script is based on Chris Miller’s experiences in the Alpha Delta Phi fraternity at Dartmouth College.
Animal House Altered College Life Forever—For Better and For Worse, But Mostly Better
Animal House became an idealized version of the craziest and most action-packed college experience ever, while it somehow still seemed fairly attainable. Wherever the bar was set for ‘70s college parties, Animal House took that bar, broke it into kindling, and made a bonfire.
The existence of the film Animal House has, caused a …show more content…

It was an ingenious and counterintuitive decision that not only elevated Animal House but altered the entire genre.
ANIMAL HOUSE SPAWNED A SHORT-LIVED TV SPINOFF IN 1979.

Delta House, which aired on ABC, was cancelled after three months. Ramis, Miller, and Kenney wrote the pilot episode, while the actors who play Dean Wormer, Flounder, D-Day, and Hoover all reprised their roles. The show also featured the television debut of Michelle Pfeiffer, who played “The Bombshell.

Animal House’s shadow is so long that even comedies that shoot for this gold standard, yet fall well short, can still be considered artistic and commercial successes, if not classics, in their own right. John Belushi as John "Bluto" Blutarsky: A drunken degenerate with his own style, in his seventh year of college, with a GPA of 0.0. The film epilogue reveals that he eventually became a United States senator.
Belushi had appeared on SNL for three years, but Animal House was his big screen debut. During the film’s production, he shot the movie Monday through Wednesday and flew back to New York to do SNL Thursday through

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