The raucous exploits of Faber College's Delta House Fraternity in 1962.
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Complete series cast summary:
...  Dean Vernon Wormer 13 episodes, 1979
...  Kent 'Flounder' Dorfman 13 episodes, 1979
...  Daniel Simpson Day (D-Day) 13 episodes, 1979
...  Robert Hoover 13 episodes, 1979
...  Jim 'Blotto' Blutarsky 13 episodes, 1979
Richard Seer ...  Larry 'Pinto' Kroger 13 episodes, 1979
...  Otter 13 episodes, 1979
Gary Cookson ...  Doug Neidermayer 13 episodes, 1979
Susanna Dalton ...  Mandy Pepperidge 13 episodes, 1979
...  Muffy 13 episodes, 1979
...  Greg Marmalard 13 episodes, 1979
...  Einswine 13 episodes, 1979
...  The Bombshell 12 episodes, 1979
Peter Kastner ...  Prof. Dave Jennings 12 episodes, 1979
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Follows the continuing misadventures of the most notorious fraternity house on campus. A sitcom version of the movie "National Lampoon's Animal House." Written by Afterburner <aburner@erols.com>

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(15 episodes)

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(Technicolor)

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1.33 : 1
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Connections

Followed by Where Are They Now?: A Delta Alumni Update (2003) See more »

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Delta House
Composed, arranged and recorded by Jim Steinman
Lyrics by Sean Kelly and Tony Hendra
Sung by Michael Simmons
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Animal House the TV show
31 August 2001 | by See all my reviews

I recently was watching the TV land cable network and saw a TV program featuring some familiar characters. I quickly contacted my boyfriend in the other room and he immediately recognized them as the characters from the classic film Animal House.

The show was called Delta House, and while the Animal House movie was quite entertaining this very predictable and unfunny sitcom is not. The character played by John Belushi is not present and the characters in the show are all watered down compared to their original version. I'm actually befuddled considering I (nor anyone else I asked about it) had never heard of the show, which is quite unusual considering the popularity of the movie. After watching just two episodes it's very easy for me to see why this show only lasted one season. It's a terrible bastardization of a great film.


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