National Lampoon, the listed US company which licenses the branding and
merchandising behind the famous film franchise, has lost its president and chief
financial officer Douglas S. Bennett.
Bennett has resigned and been replace by Bruce Long, with principal
accounting officer Jeff Gonzalez now serving as interim CFO.
The National Lampoon movies were first released in the mid-1970s including
titles like ‘Animal House’ and ‘National Lampoon’s European Vacation’.
This year it released its latest cinematic venture – ‘National Lampoon’s
Totally Baked: A Potumentary’.
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