National Lampoon may refer to: National Lampoon (magazine), the original humor magazine from to , and those spinoffs that directly related to the magazine: National Lampoon Lemmings, a stage show; The National Lampoon Radio Hour, produced from to ; National Lampoon's Animal House. Douglas Kenney - Henry Beard - Robert Hoffman - Photo comics. During the s and early s, a few films were made as spin-offs from the original National Lampoon magazine, using some of the magazine's creative staff.
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, Inc. is a company formed in in order to use the brand name "National Lampoon" in comedy and entertainment. In the words of its. The National Lampoon Radio Hour was a comedy radio show which was created , produced and written by staff from National Lampoon magazine. The show .
National Lampoon: Lemmings, a spinoff of the humor magazine National Lampoon, was a stage show that helped launch the performing careers of John. National Lampoon's Vacation, sometimes referred to as Vacation, is a American road comedy film directed by Harold Ramis and starring Chevy Chase, Beverly D'Angelo, Randy Quaid, Dana Barron, and Anthony Michael Hall. John Candy, Imogene Coca, Christie Brinkley, and a young Jane Krakowski appear in . Douglas Clark Francis Kenney (December 10, – August 27, ) was an American writer and actor who co-founded the magazine National Lampoon in Kenney edited the magazine and wrote much of its early material. Contents . [hide]. 1 Early life; 2 Career. National Lampoon; Caddyshack; Death .