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National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
Chevy Chase and Beverly D'Angelo




Overview -
The third in the series of National Lampoon's 'Vacation' films, this sequel concerns the Griswold family's holiday get-together. This time they're trying to have a picture book, old-fashioned Christmastime--even though all the in-laws are dropping by, including Clark's (Chevy Chase) redneck cousin, Eddie (Randy Quaid). Looks like it's going to be a real holly-jolly holiday--if they can make it through.

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Overview

The third in the series of National Lampoon's 'Vacation' films, this sequel concerns the Griswold family's holiday get-together. This time they're trying to have a picture book, old-fashioned Christmastime--even though all the in-laws are dropping by, including Clark's (Chevy Chase) redneck cousin, Eddie (Randy Quaid). Looks like it's going to be a real holly-jolly holiday--if they can make it through.

Main Cast & Crew

Jeremiah S. Chechik - Director
Chevy Chase
Beverly D'Angelo
Randy Quaid
Juliette Lewis
Brian Doyle Murray
Johnny Galecki
Diane Ladd
E.G. Marshall
Doris Roberts

 

Details

Blu-Ray Disc Format
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Run Time: 97
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 012569828469
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rating: PG-13 (MPAA)
  • Release Date: November 1997

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Movies > Comedies

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Holiday
Family Interaction
Christmas
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Synopsis:
The third in the series of National Lampoon's 'Vacations ' films, this sequel concerns the Griswold family's holiday get-together. This time they're trying to have a picture book, old-fashioned Christmastime -- even though all the in-laws are dropping by, including Clark's redneck cousin, Eddie. Looks like it's going to be a real holly-jolly holiday -- if they can make it through.

Notes:
Budget estimate $25 million. Shot on location in Los Angeles, California; Breckenridge, Frisco and Silverthorne, Colorado in Technicolor using Dolby sound. Began shooting March 27, 1989; Completed shooting June 30, 1989; Released in USA December 1, 1989. Directorial debut for Jeremiah Chechik, who also directed "Benny & Joon" (1993).

Reviews:
"...[Chase] does what he does best: flat-out slapstick and subversive tear-downs of his own smooth image..." - 12/01/1989 Los Angeles Times, p.C9

 

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