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Mar 6, 2014 The recently deceased Harold Ramis' beloved anti-authoritarian comedies of the late '70s and the '80s were pop trojan horses of then-emerging right-wing cultural values, former Harper's Magazine columnist Thomas Frank writes at Salon.
CHICAGO: The actor and director - best known for her role as Egon Spengler in the 1984 comedy , which he also wrote , along with Dan Aykroyd - died in the early hours of this morning ( 02.24.14 ) after suffering autoimmune
Getty Images Harold Ramis was a writer, director and actor whose boisterous but sly silliness helped to catapult comedies such as Groundhog Day, Ghostbusters, Animal House and Caddyshack to commercial and critical success. Harold Ramis was born in
Harold Ramis was the bespectacled sidekick to Bill Murray in Ghostbusters whose early grounding in live comedy led to hit films like Groundhog Day, National Lampoon's Animal House and Caddyshack...Behind it he was one of cinema's most potent comic
Comedic actor, director, and writer Harond Ramis died February 24 in his Chicago home as a result of complications from autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis at the age of 69. He was surrounded by his family at the time of his death. &
Harold Ramis, who died Monday in his hometown of Chicago with family at his side, was one of the most influential comedians of the late 20th century. Ramis was 69 and suffered from autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis, the http://www.
Comedy legend Harold Ramis, best known for his role in the hit Ghostbusters films, has died. He was 69. Ramis suffered from autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis, a disease that causes swelling in the blood vessels, and died from complications of the
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I woke up Wednesday morning, three days after the death of my roommate Angela, in a daze...My bed full of crumbs from a pizza I had been eating directly out of the box the day after she passed...I stumbled into the shower, passing by her toothbrush
Christopher Borrelli A few years ago in the New Yorker, Tina Fey, in an essay about her time as a writer on Saturday Night Live, broke down the show's writing staff into two fundamental groups: Harvard Boys and Improv People. The latter (which