Harold Ramis...my Ghostbusters boyfriend Egon...today is a sad day. RIP

Harold Ramis...my Ghostbusters boyfriend Egon...today is a sad day. RIP

New Ghostbusters Movie to Feature CGI Egon Spengler? -- Harold Ramis is rumored to be brought back with a CGI version of Egon Spengler in an upcoming Ghostbusters movie. -- http://movieweb.com/ghostbusters-4-sequel-cgi-harold-ramis/

New Ghostbusters Movie to Feature CGI Egon Spengler?

New Ghostbusters Movie to Feature CGI Egon Spengler? -- Harold Ramis is rumored to be brought back with a CGI version of Egon Spengler in an upcoming Ghostbusters movie. -- http://movieweb.com/ghostbusters-4-sequel-cgi-harold-ramis/

Harold Ramis had the great ability to make us laugh.

Harold Ramis dies at age 69: An appreciation

Harold Ramis, Director

Harold Ramis, Director

Ghostbusters: Harold Ramis’ Daughter Responds to Proposed CGI Egon

Ghostbusters: Harold Ramis’ Daughter Responds to Proposed CGI Egon

Harold Ramis' daughter on including a CG Egon Spengler in next Ghostbusters

Harold Ramis' daughter on including a CG Egon Spengler in next Ghostbusters

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. I owe more to this man for my sense of humor than I ever knew while I was growing up. He wrote/directed/acted in a disproportionate number of my favorite comedy movies to this point in time. RIP, sir. You will be sorely missed.

'Ghostbusters' Star Harold Ramis Dead at 69

Harold Ramis. I owe more to this man for my sense of humor than I ever knew while I was growing up. He wrote/directed/acted in a disproportionate number of my favorite comedy movies to this point in time. RIP, sir. You will be sorely missed.

Harold Ramis

Harold Ramis

Actor, screenwriter, and director Harold Ramis, pictured here in died on Feb. 24 from complications of autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis, a rare disease that involves swelling of the blood vessels. He was He starred in the movie Ghostbusters.

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