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Comedic actor and director Harold Ramis passes at 69
Posted on Mon, Feb 24, 2014
Films like Ghostbusters, Stripes, and Groundhog Day long ago earned their indelible places in film history, and with them cemented Harold Ramis role as one of our most beloved writer/directors. He passed away early this morning as a result of complications stemming from a rare blood vessel disease.
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Comedic actor, director, writer, and legend Harold Ramis passes away at 69
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