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.
Walter Egan, Stevie Nicks, John Belushi, and Lindsey Buckingham
Leif Garrett, Rick Wakeman, and John Belushi
John Belushi entertains a young fan through the Fishbowl windows during a break in Animal House filming
Debbie Jachec got a picture with John Belushi on the set of The Blues Brothers in Wauconda in 1979. She was 19, and her family owned Sunny Hill Beach, on which a scene for the movie was filmed.