The Griswolds win a vacation to Europe on a game show, and thus pack their bags for the continent. They do their best to catch the flavor of Europe, but they just don't know how to be be good tourists. Besides, they have trouble taking holidays in countries where they CAN speak the language...Written by
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During take-off, the PAN AM plane shown is a cargo plane, with no windows. In the next scene, Clark sits in a window seat. See more »
[comes in the room while Clark is brushing his teeth in a bowl]
... Hey, Dad, look. Bed pans!
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The end credits play over a montage of shots of American pop culture. See more »
A recent airing on American Movie Classics has the following edits: 1) the scene with the topless female aerobic dancers is completely cut out; 2) Helga's subtitled reply when the Griswalds leave is "Beats the crap out of me"; 3) when Claudia unbuttons her top, we do not see her bare breasts, and Rusty's reaction is "Holy ****"; 4) at the last scene with Claudia when the bells are ringing, we are zoomed to see just Rusty and Claudia's heads. See more »
Reach Out and Touch Someone
Written by David Lucas
Performed by Dana Hill See more »
I like all National Lampoon movies with Chase. This one is no different. It's really a fun ride through Europe, with all the things you'd expect. It's a family story at its core, with the main guy leading his family on excursions. The wife is such a hottie. It's a great time in Europe, though not the best. Has it's boring parts.
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