Animal House

Trivia: The part where Blutarski breaks the guitar and then says 'sorry' was unscripted. John Belushi made the whole thing up.

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Trivia: Faber college, where the movie was to have taken place, was actually the University of Oregon in Eugene.

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Trivia: During the scene where John Belushi is sneaking around, you see him slip and then get back up. He wasn't supposed to slip but the film makers left it in anyway.

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Trivia: Dan Aykroyd was suppose to play D-Day but he couldn't get out of his SNL contract. Ironically, D-Day was based on Aykroyd.

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Trivia: Bit of an in-reference: At the end of the film when we are brought up to date on each character, we are told that Lt. Niedermayer is shot by his own men in Vietnam. In the movie Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983), during the segment directed by John Landis, one of the American soldiers in Vietnam says "I told you guys we shouldn't have shot Lt. Neidermayer".

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Trivia: In the scene where Bluto is checking that the coast is clear in front of the Administration Building stairs - watch for Bluto to startle a mouse, which runs across the stairs from right to left.

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Trivia: The saying under the Delta flag is the saying for MGM studios.

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Trivia: John Belushi was originally supposed to co-star with fellow SNLers Chevy Chase, Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, and Larraine Newman (as Otter, Boon, D-Day, and Katie, respectively). All backed out due to prior commitments.

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Trivia: Animal House has been credited with reversing a decade-long decline in fraternity enrollment on college campuses.

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Trivia: Several of the film's stars reprised their roles in the short-lived spin-off sitcom "Delta House."

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Trivia: 18-year-old actress Sarah Holcomb started her movie career in 1978's "Animal House" (playing Clorette DePasto, the mayor's 13-year-old daughter) and ended her movie career two years later in 1980's "Caddyshack" (playing the fiery Maggie O'Hooligan). Holcomb actually appeared in five films during her two-year career, which came to an abrupt end due to severe schizophrenia brought about by cocaine addiction. Holcomb was institutionalized and never returned to acting. Today, at age 58, Holcomb lives a quiet, reclusive life under an assumed name somewhere in Connecticut.

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Charles Austin Miller

Trivia: On a budget of only $3 million, the producers offered actor Donald Sutherland a choice of $35,000 cash for 2 days work or 2% of the film's box office gross. Because nobody in the cast or crew believed that "Animal House" would be a hit, Sutherland opted for the $35,000 cash. As it happened, the $3 million comedy went on to gross over $141 million at the box office. Meaning that Sutherland would've made $2.8 million if he had chosen 2% of the gross.

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