Saturday Night Live, Hollywood Comedy, and American Culture
from Chevy Chase to Tina Fey
"I'll write you a note saying you're too well to attend": National lampoon's Animal house takes Saturday night live to Hollywood
"But the kids love us": The development of Bill Murray's star persona from Saturday night live to Ghostbusters
"I don't even like myself": The revision and retreat of Saturday night live stars after Ghostbusters
"Age is a tough one for me": Selling Saturday night live in the 1980s
"I still know how to party": Mike Myers, Adam Sandler, and generational change on Saturday night live
"A colourful, emotional, working class hero"?: The development of Adam Sandler's fictional and extra-fictional personas
From Library Staff
Saturday Night Live's confrontational, boundary-pushing approach spilled over into film production, contributing to some of the biggest hits in Hollywood history. Find out how they did it.
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