With a new Ghostbusters movie coming soon, Woodstock Theatre to pay tribute to one of the Ghostbusters originals.

 

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Harold Ramis has been part of some comedy CLASSICS.

  • Ghostbusters
  • Groundhog Day
  • National Lampoon’s Animal House
  • Stripes

According to Rock River Times, Woodstock Theatre is going to pay tribute to Harold Ramis in the Harold Ramis Auditorium, with a three day film festival March 13-15th.

The theatre will show digitally remastered versions of his films, at $6 per movie to the public.

Ramis was born and raised in Chicago. He was a substitute teacher early on while getting all of his acting and directing going.

In May of 2010, Harold Ramis contracted an infection that resulted in him losing the ability to walk.

After relearning to walk in 2011, he relapsed and later died of complications of the disease on February 24, 2014 at his home in Chicago, Harold was 69.