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Harold Ramis' greatest hits

Harold Ramis, the writer-actor-director behind such comedy classics as "Meatballs," "National Lampoon's Animal House," "Stripes," "Caddyshack," "Ghostbusters" and "Groundhog Day," died Monday at 69. Here some clips of his most memorable moments:

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  1. Harold Ramis in an SCTV classic. He'd probably approve of this message today.
  2. SCTV, 1/13/77 - MOE GREEN: "SO YOU'RE DEAD; NOW WHAT?"
  3. Another clip from SCTV. Don't try this at home, kids.
  4. SCTV, 4/21/77 - "DO-IT-YOURSELF DENTISTRY" WITH MORT FINKEL
  5. Ramis set his deep, froggy voice to song in "Stripes":
  6. Stripes- Da Do Run Run
  7. Ramis delivered some of the best lines in "Stripes":
  8. Chicks Dig Me - Stripes (4/8) Movie CLIP (1981) HD
  9. And not just dialogue. It's hilarious just to watch Ramis' expressions during John Candy's speech in "Stripes":
  10. John Candy in Stripes
  11. Ramis' Dr. Egon Spengler taught a generation to never cross streams in "Ghostbusters":
  12. Ramis' Egon was a thoroughly weird character in "Ghostbusters":
  13. Ghostbusters: "Print is Dead"
  14. You can argue whether this is the best, but it's pretty good:
  15. Best Joke in Ghostbusters 2
  16. Don't forget he was the voice of Marty the Moose in "National Lampoon's Vacation."
  17. Here's Ramis talking about a classic scene from "Caddyshack," which he wrote.
  18. Doodie - the Toy, Harold Ramis discusses doodie & Caddyshack
  19. Here he discusses "Groundhog Day," which he directed.
  20. Harold Ramis On Media Literacy Vs. Delivering A Story For An Audience
  21. One of Ramis' last acting credits was in "Knocked Up," where he played Seth Rogen's father.
  22. Knocked Up (4/10) Movie CLIP - Parental Guidance (2007) HD
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