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Belushi

A popular term for an abuse-substance combination consisting of cocaine and heroin.
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While filming his inspired performance as ultimate party animal Bluto Blutarsky, Landis says Belushi was taking drugs, but not heavily.
With James Belushi, Michael Murphy, John Savage, Elpedia Carrillo, Tony Plana, Colby Chester, Cindy (Cynthia) Gibb, John Doe, Jos Carlos Ruiz, Jorge Luke, Juan Fernandez, Salvador Sanchez and Rosario Zuniga.
Cast: James Remar, James Belushi, Debrah Farentino, Tracey Needham, Bill Brochtrup.
DELTA FORCE: It's been 25 years since the late, great John Belushi put on a toga and stole our hearts in ``National Lampoon's Animal House.
Belushi stumbled into the Eugene Hotel and spotted the young bluesman on stage.
The original movie, with Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi as rhythm `n' blues rebels Elwood and Jake Blues, who claimed that they were "on a mission from God" was a riotous combination of music and mirth.
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The program will feature appearances by Bo Jackson, current NFL player Warren Sapp, the Lakers' Karl Malone, baseball player Jeff Kent, golfer Fuzzy Zoeller and actors Robert Duvall and Jim Belushi.
The night that Clint Eastwood let his hair down was when Dan Aykroyd realised it was time to finally exorcise the tragic ghost of John Belushi.
But while those items and so much more are offered up to offend mature sensibilities, the irrepressible Bluto lurking inside every grown man - well, the Belushi in me, anyway - got good chuckles out of the sequences involving the child's birthday and a tranquilizer dart, and an instructional session about new uses for uncooked vegetables.
Baldwin, sporting really bad hair and looking more like a Belushi brother than a Baldwin, is nonetheless posited as the ideal guy, despite the plot mechanics that labor to separate Sam and King for most of the movie.
But his dad went to Dartmouth and was in the same fraternity as the guy who wrote ``Animal House,'' the timeless classic frat film starring that other ``Saturday Night Live'' alum, the late John Belushi.