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In response to: Ghostbusters' Roots Review - Lonesome Ghosts (1937)

Comment from: Jason A. Matthews [Visitor]

You know, coincidentally, Jeffrey Jones also co-stars in the 1994 Tim Burton black-and-white biopic feature film "Ed Wood", with another co-star, Bill Murray (who is also in the "Ghostbusters" movies as well).

Mar. 14, 2019 @ 17:45

In response to: Spook Central Halloween Treat - The Real Ghostbusters Call Sheets & Notable Guest Stars

Comment from: [Member]

Thanks, Mesterius. I updated the article to avoid that mistake. - Paul

Mar. 13, 2019 @ 19:50

In response to: Spook Central Halloween Treat - The Real Ghostbusters Call Sheets & Notable Guest Stars

Comment from: Mesterius [Visitor]

Regarding this part:

"[Derek McGrath] has come to voice Chief Quimby (a role originated by Maurice LaMarche in the 1980s) in the new Inspector Gadget (2015) series."

Maurice LaMarche did not originate the voice of Chief Quimby. He was in fact the third actor to play the character, starting in Season 2 of the original Inspector Gadget series. Before that, Quimby had been voiced by John Stephenson (in the pilot episode) and Dan Hennessey (in Season 1).

Mar. 13, 2019 @ 19:14

In response to: High-Resolution Ghostbusters Photos & More

Comment from: Shawn Lewis [Visitor]  

I am looking for high resolution pics of the Real Ghostbusters cartoon for a custom printed wrap I am having done. All of the ones I am finding online lead to pixelation. Any idea where I can find them?

Feb. 16, 2019 @ 14:53

In response to: Paul's Ghostbusters II Alternate Scenes Theory

Comment from: CAZAFANTASMA [Visitor]  

Back in 1989 I was living in my home country, Ecuador, I watched GB II there and I too remember seen a slimer fly out of the Statue of liberty at the end. I do not remember the Eugine Levy scene. I also remember people clapped and cheered when the mayor said "Get me the ghostbusters" ! it was an amazing theatrical experience.

Feb. 15, 2019 @ 08:26

In response to: Ghostbusters Official Fan Club

Comment from: [Member]

Gabriel

As long as you're not making money off of it, you'll be fine.

- Paul

Feb. 9, 2019 @ 14:17

In response to: Ghostbusters Official Fan Club

Comment from: Gabriel Incertis Jarillo [Visitor]  

Hi, about the certificate, do you know if there is any current copyright protecting it from reproduction?

Feb. 9, 2019 @ 12:45

In response to: The Best of Ghostbusters Fan Videos 1997-2007

Comment from: [Member]

Very nice, Johnny. I see Ben "Kingpin" King is in it. I'm surprised you guys didn't cross paths with the Scooby gang. I see they got to the location first :-) - Paul

Jan. 29, 2019 @ 15:27

In response to: The Best of Ghostbusters Fan Videos 1997-2007

Comment from: Johnnie oddbsll [Visitor]

https://youtu.be/tYFgyDTpDvA
I made this few years ago im thinking of doing another one but bit longer and with ecto as well let me know your thoughts
Regards director johnnie oddball

Jan. 29, 2019 @ 09:30

In response to: 18 Years Ago Today...Buying The Real Ghostbusters Soundtrack Cassette

Comment from: Andrew [Visitor]  

Wow the closest thing I have to the photo above is The Tiny Toons Sing cassette in a similar Kiddy packaging and still factory sealed!

Dec. 28, 2018 @ 08:43

In response to: Spook Central Halloween Treat - The Real Ghostbusters Call Sheets & Notable Guest Stars

Comment from: [Member]

Thanks for that additional information, Alex. For whatever reason, I thought Goofy's voice lineage went from Pinto Colvig to Bill Farmer, the current voice. I never realized that Hal Smith came in between the two. - Paul

Nov. 12, 2018 @ 14:52

In response to: Spook Central Halloween Treat - The Real Ghostbusters Call Sheets & Notable Guest Stars

Comment from: Alex Newborn [Visitor]

Hal Smith was also the voice of Goofy a few times for Disney, beginning in 1967 and ending in 1987. Other voice artists also did the character during those years, but I remember seeing him in documentaries talking about his approach to the voice. Blew my mind that it was Otis the town drunk!

Nov. 12, 2018 @ 10:35

In response to: Shot On Site - Yes, It's True, This City Has No WienerWald

Comment from: [Member]

Hi Rob

What a coincidence that you mention "God Told Me To" because I just saw that movie last week on Showtime on demand. A pretty good movie, though half was like a police procedural, and the other was a bit sci-fi. It's like Cohen didn't know which genre he wanted the film to be.

Yeah, Wienerwald and the Embassy theater next door pops up at 49 minutes in the background. I want to track down a decent copy online to pull an image or two from.

A few Ghostbusters locations also pop up in Cohen's "Q: The Winged Serpent". Columbus Circle, the church and 55 Central Park West are glimpsed in a skyline shot right before the nude sunbather attack. Columbia University (the walkway where Egon gets the Crunch bar, and the statue seen in the Ghostbusters title shot) is in one brief scene of two people talking.

-- Paul

Oct. 30, 2018 @ 20:56

In response to: Shot On Site - Yes, It's True, This City Has No WienerWald

Comment from: Rob [Visitor]

I was searching Weinerwald because I came across it in a movie this weekend and found this page. I saw this restaurant in an old B movie called God Told Me To by Larry Cohen. Looks like the same location.

Oct. 30, 2018 @ 08:59

In response to: The Real Ghostbusters Volumes 1 to 5 Sony 2016 DVD Review

Comment from: Apple IIGS [Visitor]

I recently discovered something interesting...

The two missing episodes mentioned above had previously been released by Sony. Back in 2006, a hodgepodge of episodes came out on a DVD and one in particular, called "Slimefighters" (now-out-print), contained:

-Adventures in Slime and Space
-Victor, The Happy Ghost
-They Call Me Mister Slimer
-Slimer Come Home

Oct. 23, 2018 @ 01:37

In response to: Have At It Eduardo, Extreme Ghostbusters Is Legal

Comment from: Elle [Visitor]

Full series is currently on hulu. I just started watching it.

Oct. 22, 2018 @ 22:21

In response to: Ghostbusters PDF eBook Preservation Project

Comment from: Paul Miller [Visitor]  

Thank you for all your hard work. Your efforts are truly appreciated to many, especially to me!!!

Oct. 16, 2018 @ 19:07

In response to: Spook Central Webmaster, Paul Rudoff, Appears In Ghostbusters Comic Book

Comment from: Paul Miller [Visitor]  

I know this news is old now, but that is really cool!!! Really happy for ya!

Oct. 16, 2018 @ 18:56

In response to: Totally Awesome: The Greatest Cartoons of the Eighties Book Review

Comment from: PEDRO [Visitor]

"It was always my understanding that Bill made a casual remark to someone about Lorenzo not sounding like him, and that person got word back to the show's producers, who mistakenly took it to mean that he was unhappy with Peter's voice."

Actually I read the recollection by Michael Gross. It was Murray who made the observation to Reitman and then he informed the RGB production team to change the voice actor.

Oct. 15, 2018 @ 19:18

In response to: Ready Player One Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack Review

Comment from: Alex Newborn [Visitor]

I own the Blu-Ray but somehow missed the featurette that had them driving around in the Ecto-88. I popped it in and watched it just now. Very cool.

It also looks like he has an Oscillation Overthruster from Buckaroo Banzai hanging above/in front of the Flux Capacitor.

Oct. 15, 2018 @ 15:32

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