National Lampoon: Lemmings

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Released 1973

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National Lampoon: Lemmings

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1973
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National Lampoon: Lemmings is a comedy show, shot in 1973, that features comics Chevy Chase, Christopher Guest and John Belushi. The show presents a satire of the popular rock music festival Woodstock. Woodshuck: Three Days of Peace, Love and Death, is their mock festival and includes musical performances by comedians designed to poke fun at the festival upon which it is based. They mock many of the artists that performed at Woodstock, and poke fun at the liberal ideals which were prevalent at the time. Some of the artists they cover are Bob Dylan, Crosby, Stills, and Nash, as well as Joe Cocker and John Denver. National Lampoon: Lemmings also includes snippets of stand-up comedy, such as Chevy Chase's skit where he parodies a group of Hells Angels bikers. Overall, this is one of the most successful National Lampoon shows and has received much praise for its hilarious comedy throughout the years.
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    Comedy

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    Stand Up, Satire