The No Ghost Logo
A few versions on the classic No Ghosts logo. The Anniversary variants can be found on the Spook Central Facebook page
Lobby cards are a form of movie advertising that were used from the early days of film. They typically consist of a set of 11"x14" (also 8"x10") cards that would depict different plot points and characters of a film. As movie theaters changed and lobbies began to shrink, the need for lobby cards began to disappear. By the late 1980s/early 1990s, with the development of multiplex theaters, most film studios stopped printing lobby cards for distribution in the United States, although some of them are still released overseas. Ghostbusters lobby cards consist of a set of 8, all of which are displayed below. These scans were done from the 8x10 U.S. version of the cards. The 11x14 U.S. set
has the same images, but has the logo on a black square in the lower left corner instead of being on a black bar below the image. The cards released in Yugoslavia
feature completely different images. CREDITS: All of these scans (except #1) were done by me, Paul Rudoff, from the lobby cards in my personal collection. Image #1 was scanned in and provided by Kalvinder Singh.
These are photos taken by Columbia Pictures (presumably by photographer Virgil Mirano). They have appeared in officially produced publications (novel and storybooks), as well as magazines and newspapers. Almost all of these are VERY large and were scanned in by me (Paul Rudoff) from my personal 8x10 photo collection, unless otherwise noted in the photo caption. I have primarily focused on images I scanned in from my own photo collection, or from vintage pre-2010 magazines as anything newer is more likely to contain altered photos
Movie Magazine Covers
These are high-definition frame grabs from the Blu-ray of the magazine covers shown in the "Ghost Fever Grips New York" montage. As a BONUS
, I also have a readable black & white copy of the USA Today cover
taken from page 92 of Don Shay's "Making Ghostbusters" book. The book was missing the bottom seven lines of the cover, so I added that portion from the somewhat-readable Blu-ray screencap. Image dimensions are 1897x1483, with a file size of 476 Kb.