OVARIEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEES!

OVARIEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEES!

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Helen Leicht, John Belushi and Ed Sciaky

Helen Leicht, John Belushi and Ed Sciaky

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lobbycards:

The Blues Brothers, French lobby card. 1980

lobbycards:

The Blues Brothers, French lobby card. 1980

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darlingdreamingtree:

John was voted “most hilarious” in high school.

darlingdreamingtree:

John was voted “most hilarious” in high school.

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John would do anything for his friends, and it was that loyalty and that bond that he prized above all else. He didn’t care about money at all. He never had but a crumpled wad of bills at any given time. Never carried a wallet or even any form of ID, and he didn’t have to. His word was good and his handshake was honored anywhere he went. He talked his way into the White House and across the Canadian border with nothing but a smile. All the doors of the continent were open to him. He was America’s Guest.
Dan Aykroyd

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John Belushi’s memory is still vivid to millions of people, many of whom weren’t even alive at the time that he died. He was one of those rare people so terribly and tremendously famous that his last name alone says it all. Through his humor and his music, he continues to enrich people’s lives with his outrageous sense of fun. In a way, he belongs to the public now, to his fans, and for them he can happily live forever. And I think he would like that.
Judy Belushi Pisano

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