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- When one DIC production references another – in this case, Dennis the Menace ref…
When one DIC production references another – in this case, Dennis the Menace references Ghostbusters.
Dennis The Menace (animated 1986) episode 03 B "Ghost Blusters". (Thanks Daniel Cevallos for the idea!)While the title itself seems to be spoof, there is what appears to be music used in the episode that sounds like "Ghostbusters" a bit. I went ahead and collected all three parts of the short with the music playing. Interesting note, along with the fact that this show was made by DIC around the same time as Real Ghostbusters, it also has credits at the end for music being by Haim Saban and Shuki Levy which also did additional music for Real Ghostbusters. DIC had at one point, a good three or four shows being done all in the same year, and it's interesting watching how many things cross over from one show to the next. "Dennis The Menace" shared many of the same sound effects and music with "Inspector Gadget", "Heathcliff and the Catillac Cats", and "Real Ghostbusters" to name a few.Source for footage "dhx retro tv uk": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1awjIWcPnM
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- The best part of the Ghostbusters 2 Scene Cemetery – the return of John Ring as…
- American Ghostheads! You have a new Halloween Ecto Hotwheels, exclusive at Fry's…
American Ghostheads! You have a new Halloween Ecto Hotwheels, exclusive at Fry's / Kroger stores!
This year's Fry's/Kroger exclusive Halloween Ecto Hot Wheels.
- The Japanese have been big Ghostbusters fans since day one. So where are the Jap…
The Japanese have been big Ghostbusters fans since day one. So where are the Japanese fans and franchises? (We know they're out there)
"Urusei Yatsura" episode 182 "Pure Love Sakura! The Slippery Soap of Separation?" and why… Stay Puft Cameo. Yes, in 1985 the anime Urusei Yatsura had a very short Ghostbusters reference. Considering the time period, it is a pretty interesting piece of Ghostbusters history. One must note that this wasn't the only show to do this, and Ghostbusters in 1985 was pretty much the flavor of the month type thing. But in 2014, I'll take what I can get, and I bet most of you will too.
(Video clip: https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=884075798271153&set=vb.246191042059635&type=2&theater)
I found out about this at this forum: http://perfectedition.yuku.com/reply/59316/Cameo-Appearances#reply-59316
- Adam Carolla is a disagreeable human being. That said…
Adam Carolla is a disagreeable human being. That said…
Adam opens the show with his old friend, Ivan Reitman. The guys discuss his incredibly prolific directing and producing career, and Adam looks back on the various projects he and Jimmy pitched and developed with Ivan back in the day. They also talk about Ivan’s latest film, Draft Day, and the succes…
- Ghostbusters Week wraps up at Beyond the Marquee, with the man behind (inside?)…
Ghostbusters Week wraps up at Beyond the Marquee, with the man behind (inside?) Mr. Stay-Puft.
MR. STAY PUFT — Meeting the Man inside the Marshmallow Man
I’m not one to get starstruck. That’s not true. I get starstruck as much as the next film buff, but I keep it internal so as to remain “professional.” To paraphrase Bill Murray (from Quick Change, not Ghostbusters), “I’m the starstruck on the inside kind, I guess.” Every now and then, however, the i…
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BTM’s Ghostbusters Week – CONTEST & GIVEAWAY
Beyond the Marquee is celebrating GHOSTBUSTERS WEEK in addition to the 30th Anniversary of Ghostbusters. Because of the overwhelming response and great feedback to our daily Ghostbusters postings this week, what better way to celebrate than to have a Contest and Giveaway for great Ghostbusters prize…
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