Topic: Harold Ramis (1944 - 2014)
Member # 14866
| Posted: 11:43 AM, February 24th (Monday), 2014|
Stripes, Caddyshack, Ghostbusters . .
He was an actor, producer, writer, and director; and most of all a really funny guy who made us laugh.
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| Posted: 11:53 AM, February 24th (Monday), 2014|
RIP. Just saw the announcement. He also directed Groundhog Day. He was a great foil for Bill Murray.
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| Posted: 2:41 PM, February 24th (Monday), 2014|
he was funny,funny,funny!!!.. and we needed his laughs.. especially here.
..gone wayyyyyyyyyyyy too soon.
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| Posted: 3:04 PM, February 24th (Monday), 2014|
Do not forget Animal House, Heavy Metal, Meatballs, Back to School, Club Paradise, Groundhog Day, Analyze This, As Good as it Gets and Orange County.
With my apologies for the plagerism, this man had a direct line to my funny bone.
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Member # 33226
| Posted: 3:06 PM, February 24th (Monday), 2014|
So sad about this. I just watched part of Stripes with my DS yesterday.
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Member # 33457
| Posted: 3:16 PM, February 24th (Monday), 2014|
RIP Harold. Thanks for the laughs.
Here is a clip from a long time ago. They all look so young.
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Member # 26367
| Posted: 8:49 AM, February 25th (Tuesday), 2014|
He was wonderful!! It's like losing Madeline Kahn, just so much talent gone so young...
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Posts: 2057 | Registered: Nov 2009
Member # 21101
| Posted: 9:00 AM, February 25th (Tuesday), 2014|
What a loss.
He was such a funny funny man.
So many quotable lines came from him. Just thinking of all the one liner from Caddyshack alone. (Just watched it again last weekend)....
He also had ties to St. Louis, as a grad of Washington Uni.
He was afflicted with a rare, and horrific autoimmune disease.
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Posts: 10294 | Registered: Oct 2008 | From: St. Louis
Member # 30817
| Posted: 10:26 AM, February 25th (Tuesday), 2014|
When we saw Letterman, this guy would come out during commercials and talk to Dave and they'd scribble on some papers and then the guy would leave. Eventually we realized it was Harold Ramis! It was totally cool.
He was really, really a brilliant writer. I can't imagine how many lines we parrot that he is responsible for.
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