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Vacation (1983) Soundboard

Vacation (1983) Soundboard

"Vacation" is a spirited comedy film that was released in 1983. Directed by Harold Ramis, this cult classic takes viewers on a hilarious road trip journey with the Griswold family as they set out on their much-awaited summer vacation. Starring Chevy Chase as Clark Griswold, Beverly D'Angelo as his wife Ellen, and an ensemble cast that brings the dysfunctional family to life, "Vacation" remains a beloved favorite among comedy enthusiasts to this day.

The film revolves around Clark Griswold's determination to create the perfect family vacation experience. Filled with a great sense of adventure and sheer escapism, "Vacation" offers endless laughter as the Griswolds encounter one calamity after another. From the iconic station wagon they christen "the Family Truckster" to outlandish mishaps at amusement parks, this film delves into the unpredictable and often over-the-top situations that come with family trips.

Chevy Chase leads the cast with his signature charm and slapstick comedy, perfectly embodying Clark Griswold, the well-meaning but bumbling father whose overzealousness consistently lands the family in absurd predicaments. Beverly D'Angelo shines as Ellen Griswold, complementing Clark's zany antics with her own brand of comedic timing and grounding the family unit amidst all the chaos.

The cast also includes memorable performances by Randy Quaid as Cousin Eddie, the quirky and perpetually broke relative who brings his own brand of chaos on their journey. Additionally, Anthony Michael Hall and Dana Barron deliver noteworthy performances as the Griswold children, Rusty and Audrey, who navigate their adolescence amidst the mayhem.

"Vacation" has become a pop-culture phenomenon, spawning several sequels and inspiring countless imitations throughout the years. Its enduring popularity can be attributed to the relatable portrayal of family dynamics, the endearing characters, and the uproarious comedic situations that ensue.

Now, thanks to the wonders of modern technology, fans of the film can easily relive the laughs and nostalgia by playing and downloading the sounds of "Vacation". Whether it's the unforgettable soundbite of Clark Griswold saying, "Sorry folks, park's closed. The moose out front should've told you," or the theme song "Holiday Road" by Lindsey Buckingham that perfectly captures the essence of a summer adventure, these sounds will transport you back to the carefree and chaotic world of the Griswold family.

So, sit back, relax, and allow yourself to be whisked away on a comedic vacation unlike any other. Whether you're a fan of classic comedy or simply seeking an entertaining escape, "Vacation" is a timeless film that promises laughter, mishaps, and a reminder of the power of family bonding, no matter how crazy it may get.

You can play and download the memorable sounds of "Vacation" here, reviving the joy and laughter that has made this film a cherished favorite over the decades.

All of it, boy.
All right.
And I'll admit I cried sometimes
And three: I've got my credit cards.
Appetizing, yummy love...
Are you happy now, Clark?
Are you kidding? I have seven.
Audrey. Yeah.
Cause you were out of my life
Check things out, and see how the operation is running.
Clark, now just a minute!
Come on, I'll race you!
Dad, what river is this?
Do you think Mom will buy it?
Don't you tell me what to do! I'll do what I want!
Go do your own front.
Go take care of Aunt Edna. I'll take the leash.
Good talk, Dad.
Good talk, son. Go to bed, Russ.
Have gone to Flagstaff. Be back on Monday.
Here's one you don't know.
I am going to have to hike down the road to find a service station.
I can drive for another 100 miles.
I don't like to talk about it.
I just had a good talk with Rusty. You'll be in good hands here, honey.
I just thought it would be easier to fly.
I know the feeling.
I know you've been trying.
I love a parade
I think Normie will understand...
I threw up.
I usually borrow them on these little inspection tours of mine.
I want to show you
I'll bet you are.
I'll give you a check for $1,000. All you have to give me is $300 in cash.
I'm from the west side of Chicago, here on vacation.
I'm not falling for this bit.
I'm sure the food is just fine.
I've already told you that I can't accept a check...
It looks as though you've really got your hands full.
It seems kind of dirty and touristy.
It's all over and done with!
It's pretty exciting, isn't it, Rusty?
Jesus! I'm going to die!
Just hold my purse!
Love for sale
Maybe she would be nicer if she had a family of her own.
My brother's ring.
No way. Let's go, Russ.
No, he wasn't, Mom.
Oh, I have my little secrets.
Oh, it's not so bad!
Real tomato ketchup, Eddie?
Remember what we did in the car?
Remember when we were in college...
She was born without a tongue, Clark.
She'll take it out on me.
She's deaf.
Shut up, Russ.
Shut up, sir!
Sorry, we thought you were fighting.
Thank you very much!
That hurt.
That's great.
There's a note.
They're very nice tents.
This is scary isn't it?
This isn't very romantic.
To a very restful vacation.
Walley World, here we come!
We have to go back and look for it.
What are you doing?
What's that, Dad?
What's the difference? It was fun anyway. Let's have a drink.
Whatever happens, just trust me.
Where's my old car?
Will you excuse me?
Would you fill that out?
Yeah, once a year, I travel across the country, incognito.
Yeah. This is crazy, this is crazy, this is crazy!
Yes, I know, honey.
Yes, well, I'm from out of town.
You don't have to have a credo, but...
You get to see the kids all the time!
You go half a block down the street...
You know I wouldn't do anything to hurt your Mom.
You're lost!
You're such a dork.
You're tired. You get weird when you get tired.
...and... I can see we're going to have to work something out.
...we'd have three days at Walley World at best.