Harold Ramis had an amazing run in the 1980s, writing Ghostbusters, Back to School, Stripes and directing National Lampoon's Vacation. He kicked the decade off by writing and directing Caddyshack, a slobs vs. snobs film about a group of golfers at a country club. It helped establish Rodney Dangerfield as a movie star and kick-started Chevy Chase's film career after a series of missteps in the 1970s. Chase was the only star of the film foolish to sign on for the horrendous Caddyshack II in 1988. That guy doesn't always make the best decisions.