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Celebrating Harold Ramis

 
Celebrating Harold Ramis

Comedian Harold Ramis, best known for his work in Ghostbusters and Stripes, died Monday morning in Chicago. He was 69. According to TMZ, the writer-director passed away from complications from a rare autoimmune disease. In addition to his acting work, Ramis wrote and directed the hit comedies, Caddyshack (his directorial debut), Groundhog Day and Analyze This, and was a co-writer on such hits as National Lampoon’s Animal House and Meatballs. Video released yesterday: Youtube

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