National Lampoon "That's Not Funny, That's Sick!"

New York: Headliners Talent Agency, 1978. Vintage program for the 1978 National Lampoon music and comedy roadshow. Six page, gate fold program, with show credits on verso of first leaf and recto of second, recto and verso of third leaf is a two page add for their forthcoming film "Animal House" (the verso being a full-color photo of the "Animal House" cast), and on verso of program (verso of second leaf), two, two-color ads, top for the 1977 National Lampoon comedy album "That's Not Funny, That's Sick," and bottom, a subscription coupon for the magazine.

In 1977 National Lampoon magazine released their sketch comedy album “That’s Not Funny, That’s Sick,” developed largely from sketches from the 1973-1974 “National Lampoon’s Radio Hour,” and began production on, what would be, their phenomenally successful, 1978 film, “National Lampoon’s Animal House.” In 1978 National Lampoon began touring their second music and comedy theatrical production (their first being the widely acclaimed “Lemmings” from 1973). Named after, and featuring some of the sketches from their 1977 comedy album, the “That’s Not Funny, That’s Sick!” music and comedy roadshow toured college campuses throughout the US in the spring of 1978, in anticipation of and to promote the summer release of "Animal House." Featuring Rodger Bumpass, Sarah Durkee, Lorraine Lazarus, and Andrew Moses as The National Lampoon Players, with skits, songs, and music from Christopher Guest, Tony Hendra, Doug Kenney, Paul Shaffer, Brian Doyle-Murray, Gilda Rader, John Belushi, and many, many other National Lampoon alumni.

5.5 x 8.5 inches. Gate fold program, with two folds. Near Fine.

[Book #152273]