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Sad Day: Passing of Harold Ramis
« on: February 24, 2014, 01:55:45 PM »

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Sad day today with the announcement of the passing of Harold Ramis.  Great comedic mind behind some of the all-time classics. 

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Just saw that on Twitter. 

Man, major bummer.  I mean he was Egon! 

Definitely one of the comic geniuses from the past 40 years or so.  Animal House, Caddyshack, Stripes, Vacation, Ghostbusters, Groundhog Day just to name a few.


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Huge bummer...I guess this closes the book on Ghostbusters 3. Probably for the best anyways.

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jeez, I watched stripes yesterday thinking he needed to be in more movies.

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jeez, I watched stripes yesterday thinking he needed to be in more movies.

Yeah, I think he was more comfortable behind the camera then doing stuff as an actor.

I remember reading once was that the only reason he played Egon was that they auditioned a bunch of people and no one was doing the character right.  Since Ramis created the character and knew him better than anyone, he ended up playing him in the end.


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RIP, a comic film genius. Not a fan of Ghostbusters, but Groundhog Day ranks in one of my all-time top 5 favorite comedies. 

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Terrible news. One of films great comedians.
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R.I.P. Egon. Another genius dying too young.

Huge bummer...I guess this closes the book on Ghostbusters 3. Probably for the best anyways.
Sad, but +1 to this.

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Sad.  Was not a great actor but you kinda knew that wasn't his main thing.  Very likeable character in Stripes.  Great writing/performing partnership with Bill Murray.

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