Chevy Chase, Beverly D'Angelo, Randy Quaid. These are just some of the greatest actors who ever worked in Hollywood. And, if you haven't noticed yet, they also appeared in the "National Lampoons" movies. Because of that, I chased them for years, all so that I can get their autographs on my "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" movie poster!
Though I didn't get all of the cast's autographs, I'm proud I got a few that belonged to undisputed Hollywood icons. I mean, it's no secret that Chevy Chase and Randy Quaid are comedy legends. I grew up watching their films and they never fail to make me laugh! I still wish they'd act in more films. Hollywood needs their kind of talent again! The same with Beverly D'Angelo! I know she still works in a few films, but damn! This woman deserves to be the leading lady again. She has the face, the class, and the talent for it!
Anyway, at the risk of sounding like a lunatic stalker, I'm not gonna get into detail about how chased after these actors. Lord knows they wouldn't want to see my face again. Oh, but I didn't do anything illegal if that's what you're thinking! Granted, I might have seemed creepy at the time but I never broke the law!
To tell y'all what happened in a few words—I met Chevy Chase in a restaurant, bumped into Randy Quaid in a grocery store, and asked for Beverly D'Angelo at a red carpet event. It's mostly the same with the other cast members I met who also signed my posters. And yes, you read that right! Posters! When I knew I had the chance to meet any of the stars of "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation," I always brought multiple copies of the movie poster. Perhaps it's the fact that they had to sign more than one that almost got me a restraining order? Oh well!
Anyway, thanks to these autographs, "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" will remain one of my all-time favorite films. Call me shallow, but I just can't help but smile when I look at these signed posters. I bet a dollar y'all can't do what I did over the years!
Please note: Our inventory is limited as we may have only received a few posters in total. Most of our items are obtained from film premieres, studios, and from autographed hounds such as the one in the story above.