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Actor, writer, and director Harold Ramis is dead at 69

Feb. 24, 2014by: Paul Shirey

Sad news today, as writer, actor, and director Harold Ramis has died at the age of 69, due to complications of autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis, a rare disease that involves swelling of the blood vessels. Ramis had been quietly battling the disease for years. He is survived by his wife, Erica Mann Ramis, daughter Violet Stiel, sons Julian and Daniel Ramis, and two grandchildren.

Ramis began his career with the renowned The Second City comedy group in Chicago along with John Belushi, whom he helped catapult to success with his writing on NATIONAL LAMPOON'S ANIMAL HOUSE. Later, Ramis would lend his writing and/or directing talents to a number of now classic comedies, including CADDYSHACK, STRIPES, MEATBALLS, GHOSTBUSTERS, GROUNDHOG DAY, ANALYZE THIS, MULTIPLICITY and a handful of  episodes of The Office.

Ramis appeared as an actor in many of his own films and those of others, including BABY BOOM, AIRHEADS, AS GOOD AS IT GETS, HIGH FIDELITY, ORANGE COUNTY, THE LAST KISS, KNOCKED UP, and WALK HARD: THE DEWEY COX STORY. He will be sorely missed, but always remembered for his tremendous contributions to the comedy genre, leaving behind a legacy of work that will be revisited long past his death.

RIP Harold Ramis (1944 - 2014)

Source: Chicago Tribune

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11:22AM on 02/26/2014

A true legend lost...

This is beyond sad. Mr. Ramis was truely one of my heroes and is almost personally responsible for my love of the entertainment world and storytelling as a whole. His impact on the medium for me is second to none and I am very sad to see him go. I had the pleasure of meeting him once and he was an absolute gentleman and amazingly humble. His contributions will be felt by the children of our grandchildren. RIP.
This is beyond sad. Mr. Ramis was truely one of my heroes and is almost personally responsible for my love of the entertainment world and storytelling as a whole. His impact on the medium for me is second to none and I am very sad to see him go. I had the pleasure of meeting him once and he was an absolute gentleman and amazingly humble. His contributions will be felt by the children of our grandchildren. RIP.
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1:23PM on 02/25/2014

Harold Ramis the director from "Caddyshack: The Inside Story". Please Watch

From "Caddyshack: The Inside Story. This is a great and funny story of Harold's first day directing not only Caddyshack, but ever! Personally, this is how I see Ramis, a man who could make not only others laugh, but also at himself. He didn't let weakness or inexperience bring him down, he merely laughed at it. He will be greatly missed.
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From "Caddyshack: The Inside Story. This is a great and funny story of Harold's first day directing not only Caddyshack, but ever! Personally, this is how I see Ramis, a man who could make not only others laugh, but also at himself. He didn't let weakness or inexperience bring him down, he merely laughed at it. He will be greatly missed.
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12:41PM on 02/25/2014
I collect spores, molds, and fungus.
I collect spores, molds, and fungus.
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12:38AM on 02/25/2014

"We had part of a Slinky. But I straightened it." - Dr. Egon Spengler, "Ghostbusters II"

I am stunned to hear this. A legend. Anyone who looks up this man's resume will find something on that list he was essentially apart of that that made themlaugh; and what better gift to leave this world with? Mr. Harold Ramis is a timeless talent, writing, directing, producing, and acting. The full spectrum that ranged from both "Ghostbusters" films, SCTV, "Caddyshack," and even episodes of "The Office" amongst many other prolific expressions of a unique and amazing man. R.I.P., Mr. Ramis,
I am stunned to hear this. A legend. Anyone who looks up this man's resume will find something on that list he was essentially apart of that that made themlaugh; and what better gift to leave this world with? Mr. Harold Ramis is a timeless talent, writing, directing, producing, and acting. The full spectrum that ranged from both "Ghostbusters" films, SCTV, "Caddyshack," and even episodes of "The Office" amongst many other prolific expressions of a unique and amazing man. R.I.P., Mr. Ramis, thank you for your many, many gifts that will span future generations.
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12:00AM on 02/25/2014

:'(

This is turning out to be a bad start for this year.

First James Avery, then Philip Seymour Hoffman and now Harold Ramis??!?

He will definetly be missed and not forgotten. RIP
This is turning out to be a bad start for this year.

First James Avery, then Philip Seymour Hoffman and now Harold Ramis??!?

He will definetly be missed and not forgotten. RIP
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9:04AM on 02/25/2014
I hope you measure how well your life is based on who died this year... Bad start to this year? that's a bit much.
I hope you measure how well your life is based on who died this year... Bad start to this year? that's a bit much.
11:59PM on 02/24/2014
This is turning out to be a bad start for this year.

First James Avery, then Philip Seymour Hoffman and now Harold Ramis??!?

He will definetly be missed and not forgotten. RIP
This is turning out to be a bad start for this year.

First James Avery, then Philip Seymour Hoffman and now Harold Ramis??!?

He will definetly be missed and not forgotten. RIP
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11:15PM on 02/24/2014

:(

Man this is some really sad news I can't believe it. Thanks for all the laughs and amazing movies you gave us. Hope you are in comedy heaven busting out some good jokes man.
Man this is some really sad news I can't believe it. Thanks for all the laughs and amazing movies you gave us. Hope you are in comedy heaven busting out some good jokes man.
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10:54PM on 02/24/2014
Thank you Mr. Ramis for the great laughs. You will be missed
Thank you Mr. Ramis for the great laughs. You will be missed
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10:39PM on 02/24/2014

I nearly teared up at work

No joke. He had such laughs.
No joke. He had such laughs.
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10:15PM on 02/24/2014
And if anybody asks if he is a god, you say yes! Goodbye Harold and thank you.
And if anybody asks if he is a god, you say yes! Goodbye Harold and thank you.
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9:43PM on 02/24/2014
Sad day! I wonder if this is the final nail in the coffin for ghostbusters 3? My prayers go out to his family.
Sad day! I wonder if this is the final nail in the coffin for ghostbusters 3? My prayers go out to his family.
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9:26PM on 02/24/2014

RIP Harold Ramis

I didn't really realise how much I like his works until I heard the news and I was legitimately pissed off. RIP Mister Ramis, the two Ghostbusters films are big impacts on pop culture, Groundhog Day is a masterpiece, Multiplicity was a childhood favourite and Bedazzled has always been a guilty pleasure...
I didn't really realise how much I like his works until I heard the news and I was legitimately pissed off. RIP Mister Ramis, the two Ghostbusters films are big impacts on pop culture, Groundhog Day is a masterpiece, Multiplicity was a childhood favourite and Bedazzled has always been a guilty pleasure...
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9:11PM on 02/24/2014
It wasn't until now that I realized how much of an influence he had on me in terms of how my taste in comedy developed; he was always "around" as my sense of humour changed and refined over the years. When I was a kid, it was the Ghostbusters films and the first Vacation, as I got into high school and started watching more "grown-up" comedies, Caddyshack, Stripes, and the like came into the picture. Obviously I'm not the only one that's bummed by this; given how much his body of work still
It wasn't until now that I realized how much of an influence he had on me in terms of how my taste in comedy developed; he was always "around" as my sense of humour changed and refined over the years. When I was a kid, it was the Ghostbusters films and the first Vacation, as I got into high school and started watching more "grown-up" comedies, Caddyshack, Stripes, and the like came into the picture. Obviously I'm not the only one that's bummed by this; given how much his body of work still holds up, even after 30+ years, his influence will most definitely be remembered and felt by comedy [link] forever.
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8:38PM on 02/24/2014
The world has lost one of the great talents in entertainment. He will truly be missed. RIP
The world has lost one of the great talents in entertainment. He will truly be missed. RIP
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8:21PM on 02/24/2014
RIP. Such sad news. Like most on this site, I was a fan of his. His comedies were timeless. You can watch Ghostbusters, Stripes, Caddyshack, etc. today and they still hold up, and it doesn't matter if you're seeing it for the first time or 100th time. My thoughts go out to his friends and family.
RIP. Such sad news. Like most on this site, I was a fan of his. His comedies were timeless. You can watch Ghostbusters, Stripes, Caddyshack, etc. today and they still hold up, and it doesn't matter if you're seeing it for the first time or 100th time. My thoughts go out to his friends and family.
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7:54PM on 02/24/2014

Rest in Peace, Mr. Ramis

He always contributed so much to a film. Especially in Ghostbusters. Never the lead guy, but always such a vital piece.

But damn, he directed Caddyshack, Vacation, AND Groundhog Day among others. DAMN. And then there are the writing credits. Take a bow, good sir . . .
He always contributed so much to a film. Especially in Ghostbusters. Never the lead guy, but always such a vital piece.

But damn, he directed Caddyshack, Vacation, AND Groundhog Day among others. DAMN. And then there are the writing credits. Take a bow, good sir . . .
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7:16PM on 02/24/2014
RIP Egon, we've always believed you.
RIP Egon, we've always believed you.
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7:08PM on 02/24/2014
He will be greatly missed. :(
He will be greatly missed. :(
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6:48PM on 02/24/2014
Godspeed, Dr. Spengler.
Godspeed, Dr. Spengler.
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6:36PM on 02/24/2014
Rest in peace, Mr. Ramis. I grew up watching your movies. This is just sad. You will always be Egon Spengler to me.
Rest in peace, Mr. Ramis. I grew up watching your movies. This is just sad. You will always be Egon Spengler to me.
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6:30PM on 02/24/2014
One of the most enduring figures in American comedy for me. He really represented to me one of the cinematic founding fathers of modern American comedy. Maybe that's a slight exaggeration, but what he did both in front of and behind the camera, and the people he influenced (Judd Apatow in particular), really speak to his intelligence and ability, and by all accounts he was a very modest and genuinely nice guy. I may not have been a big supporter of GB3, but now I'm sorry I won't get to see him
One of the most enduring figures in American comedy for me. He really represented to me one of the cinematic founding fathers of modern American comedy. Maybe that's a slight exaggeration, but what he did both in front of and behind the camera, and the people he influenced (Judd Apatow in particular), really speak to his intelligence and ability, and by all accounts he was a very modest and genuinely nice guy. I may not have been a big supporter of GB3, but now I'm sorry I won't get to see him in it.
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6:19PM on 02/24/2014

A truly funny man

I was born in 1980 so I grew up on Mr. Ramis' movies. I still remember going to see Ghostbusters and Stripes at the drive-in. Sad.........
I was born in 1980 so I grew up on Mr. Ramis' movies. I still remember going to see Ghostbusters and Stripes at the drive-in. Sad.........
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5:58PM on 02/24/2014

Depressing.

Harold did a lot of great things in cinema, but I have always cherished his role as Egon. I have been a fan of Ghostbusters since I was a child and always looked at Harold Ramis as the heart and soul of the team. Was hoping for his major comeback with the now defunct Ghostbusters 3. So unfair.
Harold did a lot of great things in cinema, but I have always cherished his role as Egon. I have been a fan of Ghostbusters since I was a child and always looked at Harold Ramis as the heart and soul of the team. Was hoping for his major comeback with the now defunct Ghostbusters 3. So unfair.
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5:49PM on 02/24/2014

Sad...

Loved the mans work, his acting and comedy. Sad to see him go.

God bless.
Loved the mans work, his acting and comedy. Sad to see him go.

God bless.
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5:31PM on 02/24/2014
Wow...i did not expect that when I was scrolling through the column. Ive been a fan of Mr Ramis pretty much since my childhood, so hes always been kind of a pop culture icon for me. He'll be greatly missed.
Wow...i did not expect that when I was scrolling through the column. Ive been a fan of Mr Ramis pretty much since my childhood, so hes always been kind of a pop culture icon for me. He'll be greatly missed.
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5:19PM on 02/24/2014

No Ghostbusters 3.

I've always said that if any one of the 4 main ghostbusters weren't in the film, I wouldn't want to see it.

This as far as I'm concerned retires Ghostbusters permanently.
I've always said that if any one of the 4 main ghostbusters weren't in the film, I wouldn't want to see it.

This as far as I'm concerned retires Ghostbusters permanently.
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5:01PM on 02/24/2014
Usually celebrity deaths don't affect me, as I have no personal attachments to anyone involved..

But this is a bit different, I have multiple figures, photos, toys, games, dvds, and a whole childhood of memories attatched to Harold. I was born in 87 so Ghostbusters was a staple of my childhood, running around with my proton pack on, through to me now at twenty six. I loved it as a kid and grew a new respect for it as an adult. I still have all my toys, the firehouse, the guys, stay puft
Usually celebrity deaths don't affect me, as I have no personal attachments to anyone involved..

But this is a bit different, I have multiple figures, photos, toys, games, dvds, and a whole childhood of memories attatched to Harold. I was born in 87 so Ghostbusters was a staple of my childhood, running around with my proton pack on, through to me now at twenty six. I loved it as a kid and grew a new respect for it as an adult. I still have all my toys, the firehouse, the guys, stay puft bobblehead, posters on the walls, slimer figures, the new comics and video games, t-shirts, real ghostbusters firehouse box set, etc, etc. There's a whole corner of a room of my house with it all displayed proudly. I even have a little GB logo pin I wear to my job as a Film Lecturer.

I'm genuinely upset at today's news, I feel like I've been kicked square in the childhood.
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4:17PM on 02/24/2014

I'm watching Ghostbusters now

The Ghostbusters were my heroes growing up. Still in my top three movies of all time. I was born the same year it came out. I can recite both movies. I had all the toys. I'm pretty legitimately sad right now. Harold Ramis was a staple of my childhood. Thanks for all the joy you brought to my life.
The Ghostbusters were my heroes growing up. Still in my top three movies of all time. I was born the same year it came out. I can recite both movies. I had all the toys. I'm pretty legitimately sad right now. Harold Ramis was a staple of my childhood. Thanks for all the joy you brought to my life.
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4:14PM on 02/24/2014

I'm not one to do public grief when famous people die.

But any child of the 70's that gre up with Harold's movies can't fail to be gutted about this.
A great man has died but he gave us a legacy of some amazing movies.

Shows some respect Hollywood, we don't need a Groundhog Day remake or TV series...
But any child of the 70's that gre up with Harold's movies can't fail to be gutted about this.
A great man has died but he gave us a legacy of some amazing movies.

Shows some respect Hollywood, we don't need a Groundhog Day remake or TV series...
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4:01PM on 02/24/2014

R.I.P.

The man obviously had all kindz of highlights and gave us the gift of laughter many times over...
Still, he gave us Caddyshack and for that I am eternally grateful...
R.I.P Mr. Ramis, and thank you...
The man obviously had all kindz of highlights and gave us the gift of laughter many times over...
Still, he gave us Caddyshack and for that I am eternally grateful...
R.I.P Mr. Ramis, and thank you...
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3:30PM on 02/24/2014

I feel like the floor of a taxi cab...

This news hit me hard. Harold was one of those great talents that never felt rushed or forced to do a movie. In 25 years he directed 10 great movies, and in total he directed 11.

A great quote of his "First and foremost, you have to make the movie for yourself. And that's not to say, to hell with everyone else, but what else have you got to go on but your own taste and judgment?"
This news hit me hard. Harold was one of those great talents that never felt rushed or forced to do a movie. In 25 years he directed 10 great movies, and in total he directed 11.

A great quote of his "First and foremost, you have to make the movie for yourself. And that's not to say, to hell with everyone else, but what else have you got to go on but your own taste and judgment?"
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3:25PM on 02/24/2014

God and Punxsutawney Phil

I used to think Groundhog day was just a comedy, but then one day a discussion on free will vs. predetermined destiny came up. And I thought, what if God was like Bill Murray in Groundhog's day? He's seen every choice and every result because He exists outside of time and can "relive" every single day. So special thanks Mr. Ramis, you created something I think all writers set out to do, and that is get their audience to think about more than just the words on the page.
I used to think Groundhog day was just a comedy, but then one day a discussion on free will vs. predetermined destiny came up. And I thought, what if God was like Bill Murray in Groundhog's day? He's seen every choice and every result because He exists outside of time and can "relive" every single day. So special thanks Mr. Ramis, you created something I think all writers set out to do, and that is get their audience to think about more than just the words on the page.
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3:11PM on 02/24/2014
To kids of the 80s the passing of Harold Ramis is like losing one of The Beatles was to our parents generation. Without this man we never would have had Ghostbusters, Caddyshack, Groundhog Day, Stripes, Vacation, Analyze This... and most specifically the amazing character Dr. Egon Spengler. I dressed up as Egon for Halloween many times growing up... I took an old pair of glasses my dad left in a drawer and carefully popped the lenses out. I combed my hair into an Egon-style pompadour, strapped
To kids of the 80s the passing of Harold Ramis is like losing one of The Beatles was to our parents generation. Without this man we never would have had Ghostbusters, Caddyshack, Groundhog Day, Stripes, Vacation, Analyze This... and most specifically the amazing character Dr. Egon Spengler. I dressed up as Egon for Halloween many times growing up... I took an old pair of glasses my dad left in a drawer and carefully popped the lenses out. I combed my hair into an Egon-style pompadour, strapped my Kenner proton pack on over the official GB flight suit my mom got for me at Sears and I was good to go.
As I write this I remember that my first ever action figure was an RGB Egon I got at KB Toys in the mid 80s. It was the one wearing the white shirt and the tie and hair went up when you pushed his arm down. I know that was the cartoon Egon voiced by the great Maurice LaMarche, but it was such a spot on impression of Ramis that as a kid I always thought it was really him doing the voice.
This is such a personal and unexpected loss for me. My deepest condolences go out to his family and friends. You'll never be forgotten, Mr. Ramis.
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3:06PM on 02/24/2014
This isn't the shittest news of the day or anything...
Fuck this shit.
This isn't the shittest news of the day or anything...
Fuck this shit.
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3:02PM on 02/24/2014
No words. Just sad. RIP.
No words. Just sad. RIP.
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2:58PM on 02/24/2014
Damn... Too many of the good ones are dying this month!
Damn... Too many of the good ones are dying this month!
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2:52PM on 02/24/2014

"Nice Shootin' Tex."

The above title in regards to his genius comedy writing, acting & of course, awesome directing.

Goodbye, Mr. Ramis. Thank you for the 40+ years of laughs..the world will be a lot less funnier w/out you in it.
The above title in regards to his genius comedy writing, acting & of course, awesome directing.

Goodbye, Mr. Ramis. Thank you for the 40+ years of laughs..the world will be a lot less funnier w/out you in it.
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2:50PM on 02/24/2014
Sad day indeed. Tonight, I will be watching Ghostbusters in his honour. Ramis was a comedic force in the industry, and he will be forever missed.
Sad day indeed. Tonight, I will be watching Ghostbusters in his honour. Ramis was a comedic force in the industry, and he will be forever missed.
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3:29PM on 02/24/2014
I already did, it was comforting
I already did, it was comforting
2:43PM on 02/24/2014

Thank you, Harold

It's sad that you are gone, but thank you so much for over 35+ years of laughter from stuff you made.
It's sad that you are gone, but thank you so much for over 35+ years of laughter from stuff you made.
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2:38PM on 02/24/2014

EVEN "YEAR ONE" WAS ENJOYABLE THANKS TO HIM.

And VACATION and GROUNDHOG DAY were quite good. R.I.P.
And VACATION and GROUNDHOG DAY were quite good. R.I.P.
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2:28PM on 02/24/2014
this is terrible news i dont think they should do another ghostbusters just wouldn't be right without egon i will miss harold ramis loved stripes caddyshack ghostbusters just classics
this is terrible news i dont think they should do another ghostbusters just wouldn't be right without egon i will miss harold ramis loved stripes caddyshack ghostbusters just classics
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2:10PM on 02/24/2014
At least we now know Ghostbusters 3 won't happen (I hope).
At least we now know Ghostbusters 3 won't happen (I hope).
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2:21PM on 02/24/2014
Incredible. He dies and you're worried about fucking Ghostbusters 3.
Incredible. He dies and you're worried about fucking Ghostbusters 3.
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1:47PM on 02/24/2014

Do...Ray....Egon

If there was a Mt. Rushmore of comedy, his face would surely be on it. An absolute legend. Rest in peace sir.
If there was a Mt. Rushmore of comedy, his face would surely be on it. An absolute legend. Rest in peace sir.
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1:39PM on 02/24/2014
Well damn, this is quite saddening. My heart goes out to his family and friends.
Well damn, this is quite saddening. My heart goes out to his family and friends.
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1:37PM on 02/24/2014
RIP to a comedic legend. So many terrific contributions to so many iconic films.

Make sure to say hi to Mr. Walker and Mr. Hoffman for us.
RIP to a comedic legend. So many terrific contributions to so many iconic films.

Make sure to say hi to Mr. Walker and Mr. Hoffman for us.
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2:31PM on 02/24/2014
Do overdoses go to heaven?
Do overdoses go to heaven?
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1:37PM on 02/24/2014
Fuck
Fuck
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1:35PM on 02/24/2014
Man, Hollywood has been losing a lot of icons lately... fuck death.
Man, Hollywood has been losing a lot of icons lately... fuck death.
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1:34PM on 02/24/2014
What a legend. He made my childhood. RIP
What a legend. He made my childhood. RIP
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1:31PM on 02/24/2014

devestating

RIP Harold Ramis. Thank You for the countless laughs you've given the world. Words cannot simply describe how much this hurts my soul. I grew up watching your movies. You were a bigger part of my life growing up, than my own father was. So in a way, you were my family. Even though I did not know you personally, I thank you for being a huge part of my life. Heaven will be a much better place today than it was yesterday.
RIP Harold Ramis. Thank You for the countless laughs you've given the world. Words cannot simply describe how much this hurts my soul. I grew up watching your movies. You were a bigger part of my life growing up, than my own father was. So in a way, you were my family. Even though I did not know you personally, I thank you for being a huge part of my life. Heaven will be a much better place today than it was yesterday.
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1:30PM on 02/24/2014

I'm gutted.

No.
OMG.
I'm stunned.
Ramis.
So sad... such a huge loss to the filmmaking community, he was a comedy legend.
I had no idea he was so sick! No wonder GB3 didn't launch. And never will now - any hope of Ghostbusters 3 goes with him.
No.
OMG.
I'm stunned.
Ramis.
So sad... such a huge loss to the filmmaking community, he was a comedy legend.
I had no idea he was so sick! No wonder GB3 didn't launch. And never will now - any hope of Ghostbusters 3 goes with him.
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1:29PM on 02/24/2014

Gutted

Justin beiber lives and we loose Harold Ramis... RIP Egon.
Justin beiber lives and we loose Harold Ramis... RIP Egon.
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1:24PM on 02/24/2014

Absolute tragedy.

No fake sympathy here, Harold Ramis was a HUGE inspiration to me.
Shit my last big short had big swings of Groundhog Day in it.

Way to go out on a hilarious age, man.
No fake sympathy here, Harold Ramis was a HUGE inspiration to me.
Shit my last big short had big swings of Groundhog Day in it.

Way to go out on a hilarious age, man.
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1:19PM on 02/24/2014

Thank you for the laughter

Absolutely devastated by this news.

RIP Mr. Ramis
Absolutely devastated by this news.

RIP Mr. Ramis
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1:15PM on 02/24/2014
I can't believe it. This makes me sick. Harold Ramis shaped my childhood with his films. I shouldn't even be commenting now because I can barely form a sentence...
I can't believe it. This makes me sick. Harold Ramis shaped my childhood with his films. I shouldn't even be commenting now because I can barely form a sentence...
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1:15PM on 02/24/2014
To the man that warned us that crossing the streams is bad, thanks for the laughs Harold Ramis. We've lost a true comedic legend.
To the man that warned us that crossing the streams is bad, thanks for the laughs Harold Ramis. We've lost a true comedic legend.
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1:14PM on 02/24/2014

Sad day

Every life is precious to someone, but some lives are important to a vast audience across the world. Harold Ramis was one such person for me. Whenever i'd get sick as a kid, Ghostbusters (and the sequel) would be on repeat for the day. I'd have the action figures, ECTO-1 car and playsets out while the movie blared on. As i got older, I discovered Stripes, Animal House, Vacation, Caddyshack and Groundhog Day. Movies that defined my humor throughout my years. This day just kind of sucks all
Every life is precious to someone, but some lives are important to a vast audience across the world. Harold Ramis was one such person for me. Whenever i'd get sick as a kid, Ghostbusters (and the sequel) would be on repeat for the day. I'd have the action figures, ECTO-1 car and playsets out while the movie blared on. As i got older, I discovered Stripes, Animal House, Vacation, Caddyshack and Groundhog Day. Movies that defined my humor throughout my years. This day just kind of sucks all around.

Rest In Peace Mr. Ramis.
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1:14PM on 02/24/2014

Will be missed.

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1:10PM on 02/24/2014
Shittiest news I've heard in a long time. RIP to a true comedy legend
Shittiest news I've heard in a long time. RIP to a true comedy legend
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