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Ghostbusters II (16-Jun-1989)

Director: Ivan Reitman

Writers: Harold Ramis; Dan Aykroyd

Music by: Randy Edelman

Producer: Ivan Reitman

Keywords: Sci-Fi/Comedy, Ghost

Five years after the events of Ghostbusters (1984), Venkman hosts a psychic talk show, Spengler is a child psychologist, and Stantz runs a bookstore; most people have forgotten about ghosts. But a river of ectoplasmic slime flows underneath New York City, feeding the spirit of a 17th-century Moldavian, Vigo the Carpathian, trapped in a museum painting.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Dan Aykroyd
1-Jul-1952   Saturday Night Live, Dr. Detroit
Bobby Brown
5-Feb-1969   My Prerogative
Brian Doyle-Murray
31-Oct-1945   SNL
Kurt Fuller
16-Sep-1953   Joel on Better with You
Philip Baker Hall
10-Sep-1931   Magnolia
Ernie Hudson
17-Dec-1945   Warden Glenn on Oz
Peter MacNicol
10-Apr-1954   John Cage on Ally McBeal
Janet Margolin
25-Jul-1943 17-Dec-1993 Take the Money and Run
David Margulies
19-Feb-1937 11-Jan-2016 Ghostbusters
Cheech Marin
13-Jul-1946   The stoned half of Cheech and Chong
Rick Moranis
18-Apr-1953   SCTV, Honey I Shrunk The Kids
Bill Murray
21-Sep-1950   Meatballs, SNL alumnus
Annie Potts
28-Oct-1952   Mary Jo Shively on Designing Women
Harold Ramis
21-Nov-1944 24-Feb-2014 Egon Spengler in Ghostbusters
Jason Reitman
Film Director
19-Oct-1977   Up in the Air
Ben Stein
Game Show Host
25-Nov-1944   Host of Win Ben Stein's Money
Mary Ellen Trainor
8-Jul-1952 20-May-2015 Lethal Weapon
Sigourney Weaver
8-Oct-1949   Alien
Harris Yulin
5-Nov-1937   Roger Stanton on 24


Bill Murray   ...   Dr. Peter Venkman
Dan Aykroyd   ...   Dr. Raymond Stantz
Sigourney Weaver   ...   Dana Barrett
Harold Ramis   ...   Dr. Egon Spengler
Rick Moranis   ...   Louis Tully
Ernie Hudson   ...   Winston Zeddemore
Annie Potts   ...   Janine Melnitz
Peter MacNicol   ...   Janosz Poha
Kurt Fuller   ...   Jack Hardemeyer
David Margulies   ...   The Mayor of NY
Harris Yulin   ...   The Judge
Janet Margolin   ...   The Prosecutor
William T. Deutschendorf   ...   Baby Oscar
Henry J. Deutschendorf II   ...   Baby Oscar
Slimer   ...   Itself
Wilhelm von Homburg   ...   Vigo
Michael P. Moran   ...   Frank the Doorman
Olivia Ward   ...   Meter Maid
Mordecai Lawner   ...   Man with a Ticket
Susan Boehm   ...   Young Woman on Crutches
Mary Ellen Trainor   ...   Brownstone Mother
Christopher Villaseņor   ...   Brownstone Boy #1
Jason Reitman   ...   Brownstone Boy #2
Aaron Lustig   ...   Norman the Producer
Page Leong   ...   Spengler's Assistant
Mark Schneider   ...   Arguing Couple
Valery Pappas   ...   Arguing Couple
Catherine Reitman   ...   Girl with Puppy
Dave Florek   ...   First Cop
Richard Foronjy   ...   Con Ed Supervisor
George Wilbur   ...   Bailiff
Sharon Kramer   ...   Stenographer
Walter Flanagan   ...   Rudy the Museum Guard
Bobby Brown   ...   Mayor's Doorman
Christopher Neame   ...   Maitre' d
Judy Ovitz   ...   Slimed Restaurant Patron
Tom Dugan   ...   Restaurant Cop #1
Angelo Di Mascio   ...   Restaurant Cop #2
Robert Alan Beuth   ...   Store Manager
Ralph Monaco   ...   Police Sergeant
Ron Cummins   ...   Police Lieutenant
Cheech Marin   ...   Dock Supervisor
Yvette Cruise   ...   Maria, Dana's Maid
John Hammil   ...   Detective #1
Ray Glanzmann   ...   Detective #2
Alex Zimmerman   ...   Detective #3
Brian Doyle-Murray   ...   Psychiatrist
Louise Troy   ...   Woman with Fur Coat
Douglas Seale   ...   Plaza Hotel Man
Ben Stein   ...   Public Works Official
Erik Holland   ...   Fire Commissioner
Philip Baker Hall   ...   Police Commissioner


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