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R.I.P.

R.I.P.

Harold Ramis passed away early Monday morning, February 24, 2014, from complications of autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis.  He was 69 years old.  Probably most known for his role in the Ghostbuster movies, he co-wrote Animal House, wrote Caddyshack and Groundhog Day; both of which he also directed.  Chevy Chase stated that it was Ramis who gave him the inspiration for his vacation character Clark Griswold.

Harold Ramis passed away early Monday morning, February 24, 2014, from complications of autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis. He was 69 years old. Probably most known for his role in the Ghostbuster movies, he co-wrote Animal House, wrote Caddyshack and Groundhog Day; both of which he also directed. Chevy Chase stated that it was Ramis who gave him the inspiration for his vacation character Clark Griswold.

RIP Harold Ramis

RIP Harold Ramis

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Egon Spengler

Egon Spengler

Egon Spengler, Harold Ramis no tenía intención de aparecer en la peli pero Aykroyd al final le convenció para hacerlo.

Egon Spengler, Harold Ramis no tenía intención de aparecer en la peli pero Aykroyd al final le convenció para hacerlo.

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Harold Ramis On Writing “Year One,” “Ghostbusters 3″

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Ghostbusters en deuil, mort d’Harold Ramis à 69 ans

Ghostbusters en deuil, mort d’Harold Ramis à 69 ans

Harold Ramis began performing with Second City in 1969. After leaving Second City for a time and returning in 1972, having been replaced in the main cast by John Belushi, Ramis worked his way back as Belushi's deadpan foil. In 1974, Belushi brought Ramis and other Second City performers, including Ramis's frequent future collaborator, Bill Murray, to New York City to work together on the radio program The National Lampoon Radio Hour (which ran November 1973 to December 1974)

Harold Ramis began performing with Second City in 1969. After leaving Second City for a time and returning in 1972, having been replaced in the main cast by John Belushi, Ramis worked his way back as Belushi's deadpan foil. In 1974, Belushi brought Ramis and other Second City performers, including Ramis's frequent future collaborator, Bill Murray, to New York City to work together on the radio program The National Lampoon Radio Hour (which ran November 1973 to December 1974)

Harold Ramis in "Ghostbusters" (1984).

Harold Ramis in "Ghostbusters" (1984).

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