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National Lampoon's Vegas Vacation - Where Are They?
When the Griswolds need to win their money back Mrs. Griswold gives Clark $2 and directs the family into the Luxor Casino (the giant lion-shaped building) to play Keno. When the old man next to them (played by Sid Ceasar) dies and drops his winning ticket on the floor Clark rescues the ticket from a passing vacuum cleaner. The side of the vacuum says MGM Grand but they walked into the Luxor.
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Czarveillance on 03-17-2000
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D-Day writes:
The huge lion-shaped building IS the MGM Grand. The Luxor is a huge pyramid.
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Paul writes:
Exactly the MGM is the Lions Head, if you are going to submit a slipup make sure you know what you are talking about. BTW: have you ever been to vegas?
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Samantha writes:
Everyone is right.....they do go into the MGM Grand....the lion and the sphynx may look alike to some people. The lion isn't there anymore, it had been replaced with a larger lion statue standing up and a fountain.
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Snow Dog writes:
Actually there is a large sphynx-like thing in front of the Luxor, and it is much larger than the statue at the MGM. They do look kind of similar.
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