Your average movie patron hasn’t seen much of Harold Ramis since he played Egon Spengler in both Ghostbusters flicks, but the man’s work behind the camera is much more impressive. And when I say “behind the camera” I mean “in front of some sort of writing apparatus” because he’s behind the scripts of many enduring comedies such as Caddyshack, Stripes, Groundhog Day, and Meatballs. Click the “Read” link below for an interesting interview with the sixty-year-old screenwriter about Ghostbusters, and how that movie turned into a phenomenon.
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