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Ghostbusters is a film produced in 1984 centered around 3 parapsychologists in New York that start a ghost catching business, after finding a real ghost at the New York Public Library, and having been stripped of their academic status by Columbia University.
The film was one of the most popular comedies of the '80s, spawning a whole franchise, and cementing itself in American pop culture forever.
- several cartoons
- various video games, mostly shitty.
- Columbia Pictures (a subsidiary of the Coca-Cola Company at the time)
Country of Origin
- 1984 (Ghostbusters)
- 1989 (Ghostbusters II)
With emphasis given to those seen in Youtube Poops
- Peter Venkman (Bill Murray)
- Ray Stantz (Dan Aykroyd)
- Egon Spengler (Harold Ramis)
- Winston Zeddemore (Ernie Hudson)
- Dana Barrett (Sigourney Weaver)
- Louis Tully (Rock Moranis)
- Gozer (Slavitza Jovan)
- Vinz Clortho
- Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man
Main Source for Poopers
- VHS, ranging from 1985 to the Noughties
- DVD version, released in the Noughties
- Laserdisc version, released in 1989
- John Belushi, Eddie Murphy, and John Candy were originally planned to be in Ghostbusters. However, Before the start of filming, John Belushi died, and neither Eddie Murphy nor John Candy could commit.
- Many of the ghosts were missing from the test screening.
- A reboot was made in 2016, to immense criticism.
- Was the the second-highest grossing film of 1984, behind Beverley Hills Cop.
- Was knocked from its number 1 position at the box office by Purple Rain, only to take it back next week.
- To promote the first movie, and also the second movie, Coca-Cola released a "ghost in a can", which was supposed to be a ghost in a Coke can. Opening this can would release the ghost inside of the can.
- The Activision game based off of the first movie was made by David Crane, who made Pitfall, and also co-produced A Boy and His Blob with Garry Kitchen.