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A Futile and Stupid Gesture , which hits Netflix Jan. 26, should become required viewing for anyone who calls themselves a comedy lover. Whether you take sketch comedy very seriously or you just choose to blow off plans and watch SNL every week, you'll find something to enjoy with this movie, which chronicles the life of Doug Kenney, founder of National Lampoon the magazine. But just how accurate is A Futile and Stupid Gesture ?

The new Netflix movie is based on a book of the same name, which journalist Josh Karp published in 2006. According to the New York Times ' review of the biography, Karp referred to over 100 interviews while writing the book, so the Netflix movie's source material is undoubtedly loaded with true-life stories about Kenney's journey to becoming a comedy legend during the 1970s. Not only did Kenney create a national version of Harvard's humor publication, the Harvard Lampoon , but he also co-wrote the comedy staples Animal House and Caddyshack.

There's just one inaccuracy in the Netflix biopic, and it's a pretty big one. The new movie portrays Doug Kenney (played by Martin Mull) in the present day as a narrator looking back on his life, but in reality, Kenney tragically passed away in 1980 after falling off a cliff in Hawaii.

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, the movie's director, David Wain, explained that Mull's character "tell[s] the story in as creative and outside-the-box way for today as Doug Kenney did what he did then." That's an admirable way to tell a person's story, if certainly a controversial one.

A Futile and Stupid Gesture includes a ragtag cast of characters, many of whom might be familiar names to comedy fans. Joel McHale portrays Chevy Chase, Jackie Tohn plays Gilda Radner, Jon Daly plays Bill Murray, and John Gemberling appears as John Belushi. As you probably know, Chase, Belushi, and Murray all starred in the movies that Kenney co-wrote, and Radner starred on Saturday Night Live throughout the 1970s. The fact that these real-life comedy legends were all important figures in Kenney's life is a testament to how integral the writer was to the decade's comedy realm.

A Futile and Stupid Gesture doesn't solely portray Kenney's flourishing comedy career, though. Emmy Rossum plays actor Kathryn Walker, Kenney's girlfriend. According to a 1981 article originally published in Esquire then re-published in the Daily Beast , Kenney's frequent drug use, especially his cocaine usage, created a rift in his and Walker's relationship. Their complicated romance is depicted on-screen.

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There is however a leaflet with a series of questions which can help: It is called "Am I an addict?" and here is part of the questionnaire:1. Do you ever use alone?2. Have you ever substituted one drug for another, thinking that one particular drug was the problem?3. Have you ever manipulated or lied to a doctor to obtain prescription drugs?4. Have you ever stolen drugs or stolen to obtain drugs?5. Do you regularly use a drug when you wake up or when you go to bed?6. Have you ever taken one drug to overcome the effects of another?7. Do you avoid people or places that do not approve of you using drugs?8. Have you ever used a drug without knowing what it was or what it would do to you?9. Has your job or school performance ever suffered from the effects of your drug use?10. Have you ever been arrested as a result of using drugs?11. Have you ever lied about what or how much you use?12. Do you put the purchase of drugs ahead of your financial responsibilities?13. Have you ever tried to stop or control your using?14. Have you ever been in a jail, hospital, or drug rehabilitation center because of your using?15. Does using interfere with your sleeping or eating?16. Does the thought of running out of drugs terrify you?17. Do you feel it is impossible for you to live without drugs?18. Do you ever question your own sanity?19. Is your drug use making life at home unhappy?20. Have you ever thought you couldn’t fit in or have a good time without drugs?

The collection of papers of Baroness Thatcher deposited at Churchill Archives Centre, Cambridge, is among the largest and most significant of late twentieth century political archives.

The archive contains over 1 million documents in nearly three thousand archive boxes currently occupying around 300 metres of shelving. The papers date from Margaret Thatcher's childhood to the end of her life, and include tens of thousands of photographs, as well as a vast collection of press cuttings, and many audio and video tapes of public and private events. Thatcher never kept a diary, but the archive includes rich details of her role in important domestic and world events.

The Churchill Archives Centre and Margaret Thatcher Archive Trust are currently arranging to digitise all of Margaret Thatcher's personal and political papers files from her earliest years up to the end of her premiership, comprising around a million pages of documents.

When the material is ready for release, many of these documents will be placed online at the official website of the Margaret Thatcher Foundation , which already offers massive online resources.

The archive includes files of correspondence relating to Thatcher's selection as candidate for Dartford in 1949, her short backbench career, briefing papers from her posts in opposition 1964-70, a few files from her time as Education Secretary 1970-74, and valuable papers on her campaign for the party leadership in 1974-75. Her appointment diaries survive from 1962 onwards, providing a very full record of the way she spent her time.

The bulk of the collection, however, relates to Thatcher's period as leader of the Conservative Party, 1975-90. There are extensive files from her time as Leader of the Opposition (1975-79), including correspondence with Shadow Cabinet colleagues, minutes of Shadow Cabinet and policy committees, and briefing material of all kinds. There are also thousands of speech drafts, press releases and administrative files (e.g., planning for election visits).

Papers on the premiership (1979-90) are more extensive still. Their organisation reflects the way in which Number Ten Downing Street arranged Prime Ministerial business, sharply distinguishing official from party and personal matters. Most of the official archive remains in government hands, while party and personal material can be found at Churchill College.

The papers include an extensive press cutting collection covering the years 1949-80 in over 70 boxes. Originally compiled by Conservative Central Office, it is one of the most comprehensive collections ever attempted, drawing on every national and many regional newspapers.

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