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John Belushi: Punk Rock Riots, Chicago Street Brawls, and Missions from God

John Belushi: Punk Rock Riots, Chicago Street Brawls, and Missions from God

Update: 2022-09-145
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John Belushi may have been one of the funniest comedians of his generation, but he wasn’t just a funny guy. He was a rock star. He partied with the Stones, fronted a world-class band of R&B legends, and was responsible for a punk rock riot in Rockefeller Center. He drew the ire of street gangs in Chicago, attempted to steal a boat with his blues brother, and performed one of his final episodes of Saturday Night Live on death’s door. Everything was heightened. The stakes. The laughs. The sensory overload of lights, camera, action. He worked hard, and played harder. And when it all came to a crashing halt in a Hollywood bungalow, one question remained: Was John Belushi’s death the result of foul play?


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John Belushi: Punk Rock Riots, Chicago Street Brawls, and Missions from God

John Belushi: Punk Rock Riots, Chicago Street Brawls, and Missions from God