CampChuck intends to build a more complete archive of The CampChuck Reviewer, which began in 1980. Consider printing the PDF versions of previous iterations of The CampChuck Reviewer using the links below.
Asterisk (*) indicates a travel or other special edition of The CampChuck Reviewer.
From a layout perspective, the Web version of The CampChuck Reviewer is different from the paper version. The contents are almost exactly the same. Indeed the content length is dictated by the 8 page paper format.
In the paper version there is a perennial tradition to include a wholly implausible banner headline that cross references a non-existent page 9 of the 8 page Oscar newsletter (or page 5 when it's 4 pages). Historically the headline frequently refers to Meryl Streep. On the Web, this would be construed as a broken link and both the joke and Webmaster's credibility would be lost. So, in the Web version, I simply declare the joke, for instance, "Meryl Advises Hillary, Elizabeth, and Bernie," Ha, ha.
MerylStreep Pulls All Money from Fossil-Fuel Supporting Banks/TD>
Meryl Streep Finagles Trump Resignation
Meryl Streep Taking Over CampChuck Reviewer Production
Tom Hanks to Star in Streep Directed "Sophie's Choice"
Meryl Streep Leads CampChuck Kayaking Clinic
Meryl Streep Banned by Presidential Executive Order
Meryl Streep Shortlisted for Vice President
An Authorized Meryl Streep-to-CampChuck Exclusive
Meryl Advises Hillary, Elizabeth, and Bernie
Meryl Streep Agrees to "Sophie's Choice" Sequel
First Time Director Streep Makes Othello Starring Woody Allen
Meryl Streep Co-signs CampChuck Retirement Villa
Streep Says, "No Oscar; No More Acting"
Meryl Streep to Head Cast in Manufactured Mailbag Movie
Skinny Dipping with Meryl Streep in Sierra Back Country
CampChuck Discusses World Peace with Pope
Sulking Guest, Meryl Streep, Attends a CampChuck Wedding
Meryl Streep Plants Flag on Mt. Lassen Summit
Poison Oak Rash Shaped Like Meryl Streep
Streep to Play Hanks' Role in Cast Away Remake
Meryl Streep Wins Utah Leg of CampChuck Bicycle Race
Meryl Streep Donates Violin to CampChuck
CampChuck Advises Streep on Oscar Winning Script Search
CampChuck Buys Zion Country Dream Site
CampChuck Books Passage on Transatlantic Luxury Cruise
D.C. Trip Envigorates CampChuck to Seek Political Office
Woody Allen Explores the Whacky World of High Tech Technical Support
Bicycling 300 Miles in a Single Day
CampChuck Appointed as Federal "Family Values in Film" Czar
Will Telecommuting from Spain Work?
Meryl Streep Admits "She-Devil" Dreams about Jodie Foster
CampChuck Wins Santa Barbara Triathalon
CampChuck Purchases Aspen Golf and Tennis Resort
Spielberg Denies Mel Brooks Is His Biological Father
Human Being Judged "Not Guilty"
CampChuck Refuses Million Dollar Script Offer
Disney Signs President Clinton to Four Year Contract
Woody Allen Forsakes New York to Live in Desert
Car Camping Two Sites Away from Meryl Streep
The Next Genre: Cartoon Documentaries
Billy Crystal's Summer at CampChuck
CampChuck Uncovers Oscar Rift
Oscar Comes Out of the Closet
CampChuck 10th Anniversary Celebrity Banquet
CampChuck to Receive Honors on Oscar Night
CampChuck: The Next Telluride?
Minor Movie Marathon Highlights Greatness
Slide Show: European Bicycle Adventure
Second 1986 Edition Breaks New CampChuck Ground
Exclusive Confessions of Oscar Deal Making
One Obscure Oscar Nominee Eclipses All Others
Note: The first edition of The CampChuck Reviewer (called "The Unsolicited Movie Newsletter" through 1985) appeared in 1980. The first banner headline in 1984 actually pointed to an article in the newsletter. The page 9 joke began in the 1985 edition and became a regular feature of the newsletter in 1987.