National Lampoon's Animal House movoe photo

National Lampoon's Animal House

"We got to do something...You know what we are gonna do ? Toga party !"

Knowledge is good, but swilling kegs of beer is more fun! Just ask the guys at the Delta House fraternity. Dean Wormer puts the titular frat on double-secret probation, and it's up to Bluto, Flounder, Pinto and the rest of the brothers to get even.

Details

-- Box Office --
Released: Jul 28th, 1978
Budget: $2,700,000.00
Revenue: $141,000,000.00
-- General Information --
Rating: R
Runtime: 104 Minutes
Genres: Comedy / Romance
-- Ratings --
IMDB: N/A
Rotten Tomatoes: N/A
Metascore N/A

National Lampoon's Animal House Main Cast

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Tom Hulce
Tom Hulce
plays Larry Kroger
Stephen Furst
Stephen Furst
plays Kent Dorfman
Mark Metcalf
Mark Metcalf
plays Doug Neidermeyer
Mary Louise Weller
Mary Louise Weller
plays Mandy Pepperidge
Martha Smith
Martha Smith
plays Babs Jansen
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Movie Trivia/Goofs

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  • In the original script, during the swearing-in scene, the camera was going to show Hoover from the back turning a page in the book in his hands. The page was going to read, "Engine Manifolds".
  • To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the release of this film, a parade was held down Hollywood Blvd. featuring not only cast and crew members, but recreations of parade floats used in the movie.
  • Movie Goof (crew or equipment visible): In the lunch line, while Bluto is picking items from the shelves, the cameraman's feet can clearly be seen in the mirror above the shelves. As Bluto moves, so do the feet, facing Bluto.
  • Movie Goof (anachronisms): At the start of the road trip Otter refers to being "In like Flint". The phrase "in like Flynn" (a reference to the actor Errol Flynn) had been around for about 20 years prior to the movie's time period, and would likely have been known to Otter. But the line as spoken sounds like "In like Flint". "In Like Flint" was a movie, starring James Coburn, that was released in 1967, 5 years after the movie's events, and its title was a reference to the older phrase. Many people nowadays are familiar with the latter phrase and not the original, so this was probably a dialogue mistake.
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