About this title:
Welcome back, graduates of the 1964 class of C. Estes Kefauver High School in Dacron, Ohio!
About the Author:
They're all back in glorious black and white with color Magic Marker-Chuck U. Farley, Maria Teresa Spermatozoa, Purdy "Psycho" Lee Spackle, Faun Laurel Rosenberg, and, of course, Dacron's most famous son, Larry Kroger. Learn everything there is to know about Kroger's past before he became the pop-culture legend Pinto (Tom Hulce), the virgin fraternity pledge in National Lampoon's Animal House.
With a hilarious "Where are they now?" addendum and a brilliantly funny new introduction by P. J. O'Rourke, the 39th Reunion Edition is sure to be the talk of the baby boomers who grew up with National Lampoon and of the new generation of comedy fans spawned by the success of The Onion.
About the Editors:
P. J. O'Rourke is the bestselling author of ten books, including The CEO of the Sofa, Eat the Rich, Parliament of Whores, and All the Trouble in the World. The former editor in chief of National Lampoon magazine, O'Rourke now writes for Rolling Stone and The Atlantic Monthly and lives in New Hampshire and Washington, D.C.
Doug Kenney (1946 - 1980) founded National Lampoon with Henry Beard and Rob Hoffman. The inspirational heart and soul of the magazine, Kenney went on to cowrite the screenplays for Animal House (with Chris Miller and Harold Ramis) and Caddyshack (with Brian Doyle-Murray and Harold Ramis).
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