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Deal of the Century (1983)

Chevy Chase plays a small time arms dealer who sells weapons to South American revolutionaries. He abbeers with bottles and a neon sign of Nacional Cerveza which I believe is a fake brand.

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Christmas Vacation (1989)

The Griswold gang and Cousin Eddie are back again in this third chapter in the ‘National Lampoon Vacation’ franchise. The Meister Brau can sightings are abundant and we even get Randy Quaid going BTM (beer to mouth).

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European Vacation (1985)

Chevy Chase and Beverly D’Angelo return as Clark and Ellen Griswold for the second installment of the “National Lampoon Vacation” franchise. Foreign McEwan’s cans and Lowen Weisse billboard are spotted. I know Rusty enjoyed his beer scene. Play on Player’.

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Vegas Vacation (1997)

The Griswolds are back for the Las Vegas chapter of the “Vacation” franchise. Chevy Chase and Randy Quaid lead the way with numerous Busch 16 oz NASCAR cans. We also get a couple of scenic shots of Hoover Dam and legendary showman Wayne Newton is spotted with a background bottle of Budweiser.

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Vacation (1983)

A classic comedy with some great beer sightings. Chevy Chase leads the Griswold clan across the country on a quest for fun to Wally World. Randy Quaid is fantastic as Cousin Eddy and has multiple Coors scenes. Say what you will about Christie Brinkley’s acting abilities but she sure looks great pitching the Lowenbrau. Anthony Michael Hall, “Rusty”, also drains …

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Fletch (1985)

Chevy Chase plays master of disguise newspaper reporter Irwin ‘Fletch’ Fletcher who’s investigating a drug ring run by crooked cops. Coors is the beer of choice and we get a good shot of Chevy going BTM (beer to mouth)……’Put it on the Underhill’s bill’.

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Seems Like Old Times (1980)

Wrongfully accused bank robber Chevy Chase seeks help from his ex-wife Goldie Hawn in this romantic comedy. We get the former ‘Laugh-In’ beauty with an outstanding Olympia six pack and the former Saturday Night Live funny man appears with some cans of Hamm’s.

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Caddyshack (1980)

It’s the ‘Snobs vs. the Slobs’ in this classic golf comedy. A camoflauged Bill Murray is seen running with a couple Bud six packs and he also appears with Michelob and Natty Light. Chevy Chase and Ted Knight appear with brew and Rodney Dangerfield’s golf bag with the Budweiser tapper is top notch. Finally, there’s a nice Clydesdale sign with …

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Spies Like Us (1985)

Former ‘Saturday Night Live’ funnymen Chevy Chase and Dan Aykroyd team up for this Cold War comedy. Both stars are spotted in a shipping container draining a case of Budweiser.

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Fletch Lives (1989)

Like most sequels, this was a bad idea but at least this one offers us a few New Orleans brews. Chevy Chase and Cleavon Little, who you may remember from “Blazing Saddles”, are spotted with MGD while Randall ‘Tex’ Cobb is in frame with a Dixie. The star of the show, however, is the Jax painted sign on the outside …