How did Animal House end?

How did Animal House end?

The final scene features freeze-frames to give a glimpse into the future for each character. Among frat brothers ending up as a sensitivity trainer, gynecologist, public defender or U.S. senator, Greg Marmalard (James Daughton), a member of the rival frat Omega, ends up getting raped in jail.

Was Animal House based on a true story?

While “Animal House” is not solely based on Dartmouth, it is, in part, based on one of the three screenwriters, Chris Miller’s, experience at the Alpha Delta Phi fraternity, of which he was a member during his time at Dartmouth.

What happens to Bluto in Animal House?

According to the mockumentary of the lives of the characters included on the Double Secret Probation edition DVD of Animal House, Bluto went on to become a Senator, and later President of the United States.

What does Kevin Bacon say at the end of Animal House?

– All Is Well!
Hilarious Kevin Bacon scene from the end of ‘National Lampoon’s Animal House’ [Note: I do not own this in any way.

What did Dean Wormer say to flounder?

When he addresses Kent “Flounder” Dorfman, who has an 0.2 GPA, the dean has only one comment: “Fat, drunk, and stupid is no way to go through life, son.” It’s good advice, we guess. But we don’t think Dean Wormer’s trying to be helpful here.

Did John Belushi drink real whiskey in Animal House?

Belushi partied a lot during his time in Hollywood, but he didn’t actually chug that much whiskey. Instead, the bottle was filled with iced tea. Since Animal House was his acting career’s start, Belushi remained sober while filming, but quickly spiraled out of control in the years after.

What was the line from Animal House?

We gotta take these bastards. Now we could do it with conventional weapons, but that could take years and cost millions of lives. No, I think we have to go all out. I think that this situation absolutely requires a really futile and stupid gesture be done on somebody’s part!

What happened to Otter Animal House?

(Miller also modeled the composite character of John “Bluto” Blutarsky, played by the late John Belushi, after other Dartmouth alums Duane “Doberman” Cox ’61, “T-bear” Spetnagel ’57, and John “Magpie” Walters ’62). Robert Lee “Otter” Anderson, 80, died of complications from a pulmonary thrombosis in Vallejo on Nov.