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National Lampoon's Vacation, sometimes referred to as Vacation, is a American road A state trooper pulls the Griswolds over and angrily lectures Clark over After an argument with Ellen, Clark eventually meets the Ferrari- driving. Lisa and I had the pleasure to meet Chevy Chase, Ed Helms, Christina Applegate, Skyler Gisondo, and Steele Stebbins, “The Griswolds” from. Vacation is a American comedy film written and directed by Jonathan Goldstein and John Skyler Gisondo and Steele Stebbins played Rusty Griswold's sons along with Helms and Christina Applegate. On September 15, Leslie Mann.
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Rusty and Audrey appear to be in their early teens in Vacationand in their mid-teens in European Vacation two years later at one point in the film, he specifically mentions that he is fifteen years old. However, in Christmas Vacationwhile she appears to be in her late teens, he looks younger than he did in the preceding films.
Whereas in Vegas Vacationboth are in their late teens to which Clark tells the kids, "I hardly recognize you anymore!
Dana Barronwho was then in her late thirties, reprised the role of Audrey in Christmas Vacation 2 Rusty is also portrayed as an adult with a wife and daughter in Hotel Hell Vacation However, in VacationRusty is portrayed by Ed Helms and has two sons with no mention of a daughter.
Eddie and Catherine Johnson[ edit ] Eddie and Catherine are seen with the following children in their respective films: In addition to those seen, several others are mentioned or alluded to throughout the series.
While the Johnsons do not appear in the Vacation, Eddie is mentioned once. Since Clark refers to Eddie as his cousin-in-law in Christmas Vacation - hence generally being referred to as 'Cousin Eddie' - it's presumed that Catherine is a cousin of Ellen.
In "Vegas Vacation," however, Ellen directly asks Clark how often she gets to see her "cousin," Catherine. Walley World[ edit ] Walley World is mentioned in subsequent films following Vacation: In European Vacation, Clark tells his wife and children to be open-minded and respectful of other countries' cultures, reminding them, "This isn't Walley World, it's a country.
In Christmas Vacation, Clark and Eddie can be seen drinking eggnog out of glasses shaped like Marty Moose's head with the cartoonish oversized antlers serving as handles.
Walley World once again makes an appearance in the Vacation. In the film, the park appears to be updated with new attractions and modernized signage, including a statue of Marty Moose taking a selfie. Clark's tirades[ edit ] Clark is usually very easy-going and optimistic, even in the face of adversity and his family's seeming lack of appreciation for his efforts on their behalf. However, when he is pushed beyond the limit of his patience, he tends to lose his temper and go on furious tirades, as seen in the first Vacation, where he scolds his family for not wanting to continue the trip.
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A state trooper pulls the Griswolds over and angrily lectures Clark over animal cruelty but accepts Clark's apology; Edna learns of her dog's death and becomes more irate with Clark.
Exiting Colorado, Ellen loses her bag which had her credit cards, forcing Clark to cash a check for future spending. While Ellen and Clark argue during a drive between Utah and Arizona, they crash and become stranded in the desert. After setting off alone in the desert to look for help, Clark eventually reunites with his family, who have been rescued and taken to a local mechanic.
The mechanic extorts Clark's remaining cash only to render the car barely operational.
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Frustrated, they stop at the Grand Canyon ; when Clark is unable to convince a hotel clerk to cash a personal check because his credit card was reported stolen, he takes cash from the cash register behind the clerk's back and leaves the check. Leaving, they find that Aunt Edna has died in her sleep.
They tie the deceased to the roof of the car, wrapped in a tarpaulin. When they reach Norman's home, they discover he is out of town and leave Edna's body at the back door.
Having enough of the road-trip and of the mishaps they encountered, Ellen and the children want to go back home, but Clark has become obsessed in reaching Walley World and they continue on. After an argument with Ellen, Clark eventually meets the Ferrari-driving blonde beauty at a hotel and goes skinny-dipping with her in its pool, but they are discovered by the family before anything untowards can transpire.