National Lampoon's Vacation Collection
Harold Ramis (director) Amy Heckerling (director) Jeremiah S. Chechik (director) Stephen Kessler (director) Imogene Coca (actor) Chevy Chase (actor) Beverly d'Angelo (actor) Anthony Michael Hall (actor) Randy Quaid (actor) Dana Barron (actor) Dana Hill (actor) Juliette Lewis (actor) Diane Ladd (actor) Brian Doyle-Murray (actor) Eddie Bracken (actor) Doris Roberts (actor) John Astin (actor) Jason Lively (actor) Christie Brinkley (actor) John Candy (actor) Julia Louis-Dreyfus (actor) Wayne Newton (actor) Ethan Embry (actor) Wallace Shawn (actor) Angus MacKay (actor) Sid Caesar (actor) Ballard Berkeley (actor) Eric Idle (actor) Victor Lanoux (actor) Johnny Galecki (actor) Nicholas Guest (actor) William Hickey (actor) Mae Questel (actor) John Randolph (actor) E.G. Marshall (actor) Marisol Nichols (actor)show more
DVD Box Set
National Lampoon's Vacation CollectionCollection of four comedies following the Griswold family's vacations. In 'National Lampoon's Vacation' (1983), the West Coast Wally World theme park is the Griswold's holiday destination, and they intend to drive there cross-country all the way from their Chicago home. Father Clark (Chevy Chase) has planned the trip down to its last detail, but the trouble begins as soon as they hit the road. In 'National Lampoon's European Vacation' (1985), the family win a holiday to Europe. Contrary to their expectations, however, it is not a luxurious, all-expenses-paid kind of trip, but rather a cut-price, economy deal which takes them to some of the Old World's seedier locations. Of course, it's not long before they are caught up in all manner of misadventures. In 'National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation' (1989), the Griswolds decide to spend the Christmas season at home. Needless to say, it is not as quiet as they had planned. Finally, in 'Vegas Vacation' (1997), the clan head for the gleaming lights of Las Vegas. Unfortunately, Clark is soon transformed into a compulsive gambler, daughter Audrey (Marisol Nichols) becomes an exotic dancer and son Rusty (Ethan Embry) begins posing as a suave high roller.
- Edition: Interactive Menus
- Language: English, french, italian
- Format: DVD Box Set
- Release Date: 2010-07-12
- Minimum Age To Purchase: 15
- Distributor: Warner Bros. Home Ent.
- Number Of Discs: 4
- Running Time: 369 minutes
- BBFC Rating: 15
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