Vegas Vacation

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Overview

This is the fourth in a series of movies that began with National Lampoon's Vacation in 1983 and feature the family headed by Clark Griswold Chevy Chase going on wacky vacations. This time, the Griswolds visit Las Vegas. Clark immediately goes to the blackjack table and starts blowing all his money, continually encouraged to spend more and more by a taunting dealer, Marty Wallace Shawn. Ellen Griswold Beverly D'Angelo becomes smitten with the lounge singer Wayne Newton playing himself, who invites her to sing ...
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Overview

This is the fourth in a series of movies that began with National Lampoon's Vacation in 1983 and feature the family headed by Clark Griswold Chevy Chase going on wacky vacations. This time, the Griswolds visit Las Vegas. Clark immediately goes to the blackjack table and starts blowing all his money, continually encouraged to spend more and more by a taunting dealer, Marty Wallace Shawn. Ellen Griswold Beverly D'Angelo becomes smitten with the lounge singer Wayne Newton playing himself, who invites her to sing onstage with him. Their son Rusty Ethan Embry is incredibly lucky playing dice, and he is virtually adopted by a family of gangsters who see him as their meal ticket. Daughter Audrey Marisol Nichols gets hooked up with her wild cousin Vickie Shae D'Lyn, who takes her to sleazy dance clubs. White-trash cousin Eddie Randy Quaid, who lives on a former A-bomb test site in the nearby desert, also gets involved with the capers. ~ Michael Betzold
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/21/2013
  • UPC: 883929299027
  • Original Release: 1997
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  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:34:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 5,554

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Chevy Chase Clark Griswold
Beverly D'Angelo Ellen Griswold
Randy Quaid Cousin Eddie
Ethan Embry Rusty Griswold
Wayne Newton Wayne Newton
Marisol Nichols Audrey Griswold
Miriam Flynn Cousin Catherine
Shae D'Lyn Cousin Vickie
Wallace Shawn Marty
Siegried & Roy Siegried & Roy
Sid Caesar Old Guy
Julio Oscar Mechoso Limo Driver
Sly Smith Mirage Security Guard
Julia Sweeney Mrage Reception Person
Christie Brinkley Woman In Ferrari
Jerry Weintraub Jilly
Larry Hankin Preacher
Bud Ekins
Technical Credits
Stephen Kessler Director
Elisa Bell Original Story, Screenwriter
Carole Brown-James Costumes/Costume Designer
Jackie Burch Casting
Bob Ducsay Original Story
Susan Ekins Executive Producer
Seth Flaum Editor
Fred Fontana Associate Producer
William A. Fraker Cinematographer
Bones Howe Musical Direction/Supervision
R.J. Louis Co-producer
Joel McNeely Songwriter
Matty Simmons Executive Producer
David Snyder Production Designer
Chris Spellman Set Decoration/Design
Tom Valentine Art Director
Jerry Weintraub Producer
Andy Wiskes Sound/Sound Designer
Jack Ziga Asst. Director
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Vegas Vacation (National Lampoon's)

    A somewhat funny diversion. The best parts are seeing Wayne Newton's ranch Shenandoah and the visuals of the Las Vegas strip, casinos and shows.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    this time there going to Vegas!

    Chevy Chase is back now him and his family are in Las Vegas while Wayne Newton is falling in love with Helen Audriy becoming a dancer and Rusty getting a fake Id and buying 4 cars Vegas Vacation its all about Las Vegas this time!

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