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Casino zu Eurolotto Freitag, dass Sie The Real Ghostbusters Casino Anforderungen einhalten. - The Real Ghostbusters auf DVD und Blu-rayKinoregisseur Ivan Reitman war auch Regisseur der Zeichentrickserie. The Real Ghostbusters was to many kids and adults the pinnacle of 's television cartoons. With usually impressive animation and the winning combination of horror, comedy and action-adventure that the made original movie a classic, "The Real Ghostbusters" flew in the face of standard Saturday morning shows. The Real Ghostbusters is an American animated television series based on the film Ghostbusters. The series ran from to , and was produced by Co. The Real Ghostbusters arcade game was developed not by David Crane, but rather by Data East. It’s a more straightforward run-and-gun action game more suitable to the arcade than the first Ghostbusters title, though it’s not as well known since it was never ported to consoles, only European computers. An animated series loosely based on the movie "Ghostbusters" and the TV series "The Real Ghostbusters". In this series, the Ghostbusters are still running their supernatural pest control business, but with some new additions to the staff, particularly Slimer. The Real Ghostbusters is an American animated television series, a spin-off/sequel of the comedy movie Ghostbusters. The series ran from September 13, , to October 5, , and was produced by Columbia Pictures Television and DIC Enterprises, and distributed by Coca-Cola Telecommunications.
Paura al chiaro di luna. L'ultimo vampiro. Un bel gioco dura poco. Gli acchiappafantasmi acchiappati. La notte dei polli mannari.
Catastrofe a New York. Un robot fuorilegge. In cerca di emozioni. Il vecchio villaggio indiano. Oggetti smarriti in vendita. Fantasmi in vacanza.
Qualcosa bolle in pentola. Lo specchio magico. Elementare mio caro Watson. Un incantesimo per Slimer. Soci melmosi. Il gatto dei desideri. Se fossi uno stregone.
Ritorno al passato. Evviva la festa di Halloween. Il drago fatato. Destino crudele. Peter super uomo. Una trappola difettosa. In diretta dalla tomba di Al Capone.
La vendetta del re dei fantasmi. Slimer lascia la scia. Il rapimento di Slimer. La fatina buona. Una strana dimensione.
La casa infernale. Il mondo dei fantasmi. La pattuglia verde. Lo spettro spaziale. Fantasmi da salvare.
Ernie Hudson was the only actor from the film who auditioned to reprise his role, Winston Zeddemore, for the animated series, but he lost to Arsenio Hall.
After the success of the film, a TV series based on the Ghostbusters began production. At the same time The Real Ghostbusters was being created, Filmation was making a cartoon known simply as Ghostbusters , a revamp of the s live-action series.
Despite rumors to the contrary, Columbia was allowed to use the name Ghostbusters for its cartoon, but added "The Real" to snub Filmation.
In the episode "The Spirit of Aunt Lois", Dr. Bassingham, a charlatan spiritualist wore an outfit similar to that of Jake Kong.
With character designs by Jim McDermott, the animated characters were dramatically redesigned from the way the same characters looked in the movie due to likeness-rights issues.
For a list of the episodes of the Real Ghostbusters click here. Samhain was a major foe of the Ghostbusters on the show, as well as one of the few recurring villains.
Peter Venkman voiced by Lorenzo Music seasons and Dave Coulier seasons is the group's first-among-equals. While not their official leader, Venkman often makes the decision whether or not they will take a case.
He also provides comic relief and is usually nominated for tasks no one else wants to do. Egon Spengler voiced by Maurice LaMarche a scientific genius, is the primary source of expertise the group uses to understand and many times combat the ethereal realm.
A skilled theorist, in many episodes Egon formulates the solution when all hope seems lost. Ray Stantz voiced by Frank Welker is portrayed as an excitable jack-of-all-trades.
He is second only to Egon in sheer intelligence, and leans towards practical applications of science as opposed to Egon's pure research — the engineer to Egon's physicist.
He is also a child at heart, cheerful and optimistic and rather enamored of cartoons and stuffed animals. As the only one of the four who can reliably understand what Egon is talking about, he is usually the one to put his theories into practice.
Winston Zeddemore voiced by Arsenio Hall seasons and Buster Jones seasons is the courage and straight-man of the group; his accuracy with the proton gun is his forte.
Of all the Ghostbusters, Winston Zeddemore has the most subtle character development; it is hinted that he is an avid reader and the descendant of a powerful African bloodline.
Sometimes his last name is misspelled "Zeddmore". Janine Melnitz voiced by Laura Summer seasons and Kath Soucie seasons is the secretary of the Ghostbusters and has an interest in Egon.
Louis Tully voiced by Rodger Bumpass seasons is the accountant for the Ghostbusters. Was put in the cartoon to follow along with Ghostbusters II movie.
Slimer voiced by Frank Welker is the pet of the Ghostbusters and is the only ghost that will stay still for Egon to test and study. In the Kenner toy line known also as the "Green Ghost".
For the full list of characters go Here. More equipment is listed on project Ghostbusting Equipment The Real Ghostbusters Series, much like the films was translated into many languages and with such things, many aspects had to be localized.
Slimer's name being one of those aspects. Games Movies TV Video Wikis. Explore Wikis Community Central Start a Wiki. This wiki. This wiki All wikis.
Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. In Ghostbusters: Displaced Aggression 3 : On Page 5, Peter implies to Ray he reads too much comics like his counterpart on The Real Ghostbusters.
In Ghostbusters: Past, Present, and Future : The Ghostbusters encounter the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future.
They also were featured in "X-Mas Marks the Spot". In Ghostbusters: Con-Volution : On Page 7, Peter declares he's part of the real Ghostbusters, a nod to the show.
In Ghostbusters: What in Samhain Just Happened?! On Page 4, Peter and Ray mention business is slow, a reoccurring theme from Real Ghostbusters.
Janine's plant is from "A Ghost Grows in Brooklyn". The magic lamp from "Janine's Genie" is on the file cabinet.
False alarms are mentioned, another reoccurring theme from Real Ghostbusters. On Page 5, Janine warns Lester no filming is allowed. On Page 8, Samhain's Two Goblin Minions make a cameo appearance as two decorations at Lester's house near the steps.
On Page 9, coat-hanger arrangement resembling one of the forms assumed by The Thing in Mrs. Faversham's attic can be seen.
On an interesting note, it is under a portrait of a woman resembling Mrs. A sculpture resembling the Bird of Kildarby can be seen. There is a copy of Necronomicon from "The Collect Call of Cathulhu" On Page 10, Egon and Janine both use P.
Meters that show the influence of the movie and animated versions. The swing arms look more like the movie version, but their location recalls the cartoon's.
A bust of Cubby from "Chicken, He Clucked" is seen. Interestingly enough, it is next to a statue of a chicken. A Portrait of Elwin Spalding from "The Old College Spirit" also appears.
On Page 11, the Magic Spells book looks like one used by Alan Favish in "Look Homeward, Ray". Another flying book is Tobin's Spirit Guide.
A statue of the Party Animal Troll from "Troll Bridge" appears next to a caged canary resembling Precious from "Mrs. Roger's Neighborhood".
On Page 12, the doorknocker looks like doorknocker on the Doomsday Door from "Knock, Knock" On Page 14, a poster of Dr.
Bassingame appears in Hain's secret room. A Murray the Mantis doll is present. On Page 15, in the article, Cynthia Crawford reporter from "Citizen Ghost " is listed under the picture of the mansion.
On Page 16, Egon looks like he's working on that computer interface of Tobin's Spirit Guide from RGB or the Ecto Aroma Eliminator from "Masquerade".
One guest at the Halloween party resembles Peter Venkman as he appears in The Real Ghostbusters and his costume is reminiscent of the wolf from Red Hot Riding Hood.
On Page 22, entities watching are a couple of the Domoviye from "The Spirit of Aunt Lois," the Greenhouse ghost from "A Ghost Grows in Brooklyn," Fairweather from "The Halloween Door", and Tolay from "Egon's Ghost".
In Ghostbusters: Guess What's Coming to Dinner? In Ghostbusters Volume 1 1 : Cover A is a homage to a piece of Kenner promo artwork.
On Page 2, Dib Devlin from "The Devil to Pay" is the stage manager. On Page 3, in the audience are Buster from "Buster the Ghost" and Shanna, in human form, from "Banshee Bake a Cherry Pie?
Ray's stuffed animal is a version of Dopey Dog from "The Boogieman Cometh". On Page 7, on the shelf by Ray is the Particle Thrower with scope used by Winston in "Take Two".
On Page 8, the mask above Jim Silver is from the African Fetish Ghost in "Deadcon 1". On Page 9, the object by the door is the costume Slimer wore in "Look Homeward, Ray".
The painting is of Sir Bruce from "Hard Knight's Day". The toilet resembles the Fearsome Flush from Kenner. The crown is from "Look Homeward, Ray".
On Page 10, the lamp from "Janine's Genie" is still present atop the file cabinet. Winston's T-shirt has the symbol of the forces of good from "Night Game" and the shirt itself is in a color scheme of his animated counterpart's jumpsuit.
On Page 12, an Imp from "Janine's Day Off" is by Janine's computer. On Page 13, a taxi cab next to Ecto-1a in traffic has an outdated advertisement for the "Ride of the Valkyries," an opera seen in "A Fright at the Opera".
On Page 14, Peter deduces Winston took on a pro bono case for a child. The Real Ghostbusters have done such busts in episodes like "The Boogieman Cometh" and "The Grundel".
On Page 15, the superintendent resembles Slug, in human form, from "Ghosts R Us". On Page 17, the ghost sprite on the P. Meter is from the Kenner Proton Pack toy, seen on the boy's Meter.
On Page 18, next to the bookcase covered in Ectoplasm is the SCEP-TECH from "The Treasure of Sierra Tamale".
On Page 19, Winston was looking at a mirror based on one from the first magic trick in "The Cabinet of Calamari". The Megazoid from "Take Two" is seen tossed up as Peter crashes through the wall.
In Ghostbusters Volume 1 2 : On Page 4, on Egon's clipboard is an excerpt from Leon Zundinger's "Magicians, Martyrs And Madmen" and pages quotes a line spoken by Necksa from "The Devil in the Deep".
On Page 5, Silver mentions the Stay Puft Marshmallow Corporation, who worked with The Real Ghostbusters in "Sticky Business" and he also wears a Stay Puft tie pin.
On Page 9, in the opposite lane is the Highway Haunter from Kenner's Haunted Vehicles line. On Page 10, standing behind Silver is Gorgar, in human form, from "You Can't Teach an Old Demon New Tricks".
On Page 12, Bradley Sunderland's T-shirt references Malachi from "Play Them Ragtime Boos". On Page 13, a head of a Bog Hound, seen in "The Scaring of the Green" is mounted inside the house.
On Page 16, the chalkboard references the recipe for Chicken Bane Soup used in "Poultrygeist". On Page 17, a Werechicken from "Poultrygeist" is behind Egon.
On Page 19, the Headless Horseman from "The Headless Motorcyclist" is on the street. Baby Egon from "Three Men and an Egon" is in the stroller near the bronze bear statue.
Cyrus Spengler from "Cry Uncle" watches Jacquelyn and Zac. The Pallo Mansion ghosts from "Look Homeward, Ray" are behind baby Egon.
Zac's backpack reads Miskatonic University, a college visited in "The Collect Call of Cathulhu".
In Ghostbusters Volume 1 3 : On Page 1, Frank Welker, voice of Ray, runs from the Terror Bear. On Page 2, the Ghostbusters Arcade Game is based on The Real Ghostbusters Data East Video Game.
Corral" are seated in the bar. On Page 3, Ron's idea of copying equipment from schematics matches a similar scheme in the episode "Robo-Buster". On Page 4, the Troll leader from "Troll Bridge" stands above the Ghostbusters on the bridge.
On Page 6, Drool from "Drool, the Dog Faced Goblin" is in a trash can in the garage bay as Ecto-1a pulls in. On Page 8, the Containment Unit resembles the one from The Real Ghostbusters.
The Containment Unit has the fail safe device from "Mrs. Roger's Neighborhood" and will for the remainder of the comics. On Page 9, the head of Ecto-X from Marvel's The Real Ghostbusters 50 and the Ecto-Visors from "Cry Uncle" are on the shelf.
Obscured by the Clang Clang Clang SFX is the Spectral Glove from "The Magnificent Five". On Page 10, Lupusville and an image of Gregor's rival and a Werewolf references "No One Comes to Lupusville".
Samhain appears on a billboard. Granny Candy, from "Egon's Ghost," appears on a billboard. UBN Reporter Cynthia Crawford from "Citizen Ghost" and "When Halloween Was Forever" appears on the streets.
The Junior Ghostbusters also appear by Cynthia. Venkman Presents Hob Anagarak" from "Cold Cash and Hot Water" can be seen on a billboard.
Shanna from "Banshee Bake a Cherry Pie? V's Protein Shake from "Venk-Man! Leopold Presents Ride of the Valkyries - the conductor from "A Fright at the Opera" can be seen on a billboard.
The Boo York Blimp from "Flip Side" is in the air. Strange Fiction from "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream" can be seen on a billboard. On Page 12, the Earp sign, Dewey Lamort and Random Choice Publishing from "Ghost Fight at the O.
Corral" can be seen on a billboard. On Page 13, partially but definitely "Lizardo Meets Nori-ra" is movie title referenced in "Attack of the B-Movie Monsters".
On Page 15, Celebrity Magazine and Alice Johnson from "The Devil in the Deep" appears. On Page 23, the notes also refers to Tolasian Terror Dogs from "Egon's Ghost".
In Ghostbusters Volume 1 4 : On Page 3, Idulnas mentioned a Jabberwock. Incidentally, one was caught one with Slimer's help in "The Grundel".
On Page 4, a clipping of Lieutenant Frump like the one Peter Venkman used in "The Headless Motorcyclist" is held by a magnet that looks like the host body Killerwatt made at the end of "Killerwatt".
On Page 5, the Proton Grenade is visually the Ghost Bomb from "The Boogieman Cometh". On Page 6, the framed article on Peck's wall references the BUFO from "Big Trouble With Little Slimer".
On Page 7, Janine's file lists Mrs. Rogers and her address of 13th Street in Levittown, from "Mrs. There is an Imp next to Janine's flowers. On Page 8, the color scheme of the helicopter matches the one Ray piloted in "You Can't Take it With You.
On Page 22, Marty Tillis' name appears in the Stay Puft video, He was head of the Stay Puft Company in "Sticky Business".
In Ghostbusters Volume 1 5 : On Page 1, P. Big Greaser from "Something's Going Around" is also present. Scotty has on a Dopey Dog T-shirt - the look from "Who're You Calling Two-Dimensional?
On Page 2, Scotty's parents are based on Jeremy Whittington and Cindy from "Ragnarok and Roll". One of the costumed workers is Conqueror Duck from "Who're You Calling Two-Dimensional?
On Page 4, among the park visitors are Kenji from "Attack of the B-Movie Monsters", Barbara Mentee from "Ghostbuster of the Year", Megan Carter from "The Boogieman Cometh", and Maude from "Poultrygeist".
On Page 6, waiting for the NYC bus is Aunt Lois from "The Spirit of Aunt Lois". Olivia Stewart and fiancee John from "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Ghost?
On Page 7, also by the gym is Casey J's Coffee and Books, named after Casey Jones from "Last Train to Oblivion". In the crowd of people is the Mayor's Wife from "The Scaring of the Green", and Crowley and Fairweather from "The Halloween Door".
Near the crowd is one of Captain Jack's pirates, decked out from mugging the Texan, from "Sea Fright". Alice Derleth from "The Collect Call of Cathulhu" and Wat as Mrs.
Rogers from "Mrs. Roger's Neighborhood" have their backs to the reader. On Page 9, Big Ed from "The Brooklyn Triangle", J.
Portman Plump from "Deadcon 1", and Professor Phil Dendron from "A Ghost Grows in Brooklyn" are in the crowd. On Page 10, the Rollerghoster from "Rollerghoster" is present in the park.
On Page 12, the Doomsday Door from "Knock, Knock" is on a flier. Also outside is a Captain Steel comic book. Episode titles from The Real Ghostbusters, "Apocalypse - - What, Now?
Leopold from "A Fright at the Opera" can be seen on fliers, too. Cubby from "Chicken, He Clucked" appears as a customer. A Bird of Kildarby statue references the entity from "The Bird of Kildarby".
The Little Black Box from "The Joke's on Ray" can be seen by Kylie. On Page 13, the case files are stamped Mrs. On Page 15, the Missing Chickens article references "Chicken, He Clucked" when Cubby made them all vanish temporarily.
Articles reference episode titles of The Real Ghostbusters - "Citizen Ghost", "Ghosts R Us", and "Slimer, Come Home".
The Ghostbusters take a plane visually based on the GB4 plane from "Take Two". Ray holds a Tobin's Spirit Guide with the black and orange scheme seen a couple times in The Real Ghostbusters.
On Page 17, Lieutenant Frump from is seen near the police barricade. On Page 23, Samhain is referenced. In Ghostbusters Volume 1 6 : On Cover A, one of the dolls is of Zunk from "Ghosts R Us".
A Hotel Boudreaux brochure from "Play Them Ragtime Boos" lies on the ground. Another doll is of the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man.
On the RI Cover, there are dolls are of Murray the Mantis and Dopey Dog. On Page 3, the fountain is the head of Blackie as the Guardian from "The Long, Long, Long, etc.
On Page 4, Janine's red Volkswagen Beetle convertible is parked near the diner. The diner and proprietor are El's Diner and El from "The Man Who Never Reached Home".
The patron next to Ron appears to be a human version of the Bus Driver Ghost from "Ghostbuster of the Year".
On the wall is a photo of Uncle Horace from "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Ghost? On Page 5, behind Ray are stuffed dolls of Lizardo from "Attack of the B-Movie Monsters," Copycat in burger form from "The Copycat," Genie in its true form from "Janine's Genie," and the H2 Ghost from Kenner Classic Ghosts toyline.
The ride behind Peter is from "The Bogeyman Is Back" first seen at about the mark. On Page 6, there is a Murray the Mantis doll in the stand, from "The Revenge of Murray the Mantis".
Ray mentions the Boogieman. On Page 10, the entrance where the kidnapped Ghostbusters are taken in the transmogrified Big Apple Amusement Park in "The Bogeyman Is Back" about mark is present.
The front sign for Cheap Thrills Amusement Park]in "Rollerghoster" is above the Big Apple one. The Pillar of New York from "Beneath These Streets" is present in the background.
On Page 11, The Creature swarms around the Star Jets ride. The Sorta-Kinda Tree from "Knock, Knock" is next to the ride. On Page 23, Heironymus from "Egon's Ghost" is mentioned.
In Ghostbusters Volume 1 7 : On Page 1, among the civilians are Leda from "No One Comes to Lupusville", Maude and Zeke from "Poultrygeist", Len Wolfman from "Captain Steel Saves the Day", Kenny Fenderman from "Masquerade", Megan and Kenny Carter from "The Boogieman Cometh", and DyTillio from "Ragnarok and Roll".
On Page 2, the Cheap Thrills sign from "Rollerghoster" appears again. The entrance from Big Apple Amusement Park from "The Bogeyman is Back" appears again.
Madame LaFarge from "Drool, the Dog-Faced Goblin" and Willie Bradford from "Masquerade" appear. On Page 5, the Umpire from "Night Game" appears behind the Manitou when he throws the baseball.
Winston saves Alec Meredith from "The Grundel". The Pillar of New York from "Beneath These Streets" appears again. On Page 6, below the soccer player is a box of dirty uniforms, a reference to "Citizen Ghost".
On Page 8, Ray, Egon, and Winston battle Rickey Roach, George Gopher, Ronald Rooster, and Sinclair Squirrel from "Who're You Calling Two-Dimensional?
Behind the cards is a miniature refrigerator with tag reading "From Dad," in reference to Charlie Venkman selling refrigerators to Eskimos at the end of "Venkman's Ghost Repellers".
The makeshift shield next to the cards was used by Doctor Gould in "Doctor, Doctor". A model yellow luxury car from Peter's dream in "Mr.
Sandman, Dream Me A Dream" is in miniature on the table next to Peter. Janine has a bag marked Stacy's. This was a department store from "Killerwatt".
In Ghostbusters Volume 1 8 : On Page 1, the three Ghost Actors from "Lights! The portrait of Charles Foster Hearse from "Ghostbuster of the Year" hangs in the hallway.
Past Charles is the Demon in Picture from "Mrs. Roger's Neighborhood" who becomes demonic behind Winston's back. Behind Ray is a portrait of the Hotel Boudreaux from "Play Them Ragtime Boos".
On Page 2, the door knocker of the Doomsday Door from "Knock, Knock" sans nose ring appears on one of the doors. A portrait of the melting clock dimension from "The Cabinet of Calamari" hangs in the hallway.
On Page 8, Power Guy from "Station Identification" is plastered on one of the arcades. The Real Ghostbusters Data East lies nearest to Egon.
A Slimic Net from "Adventures in Slime and Space" is standing upright near Egon. Next to the net is Zedekiah Spengler's hat from "Egon's Dragon".
On the poster board: at the top of the board are the names of Containment Unit parts Egon read off in the flashback in "Citizen Ghost".
Peter is wearing the robe his animated counterpart wore in "Mr. Sandman, Dream Me a Dream". On Page 9, on a bulletin board is a notice for free Jaguars tickets.
This is the baseball team the animated Winston watched in "Night Game". Another notice is for The Great Strazinski from "You Can't Teach an Old Demon New Tricks".
On Page 10, Casey Jones' Coffee and Books references a ghost from "Last Train to Oblivion". Janine's relatives minus her nephew from "Janine's Day Off" walk past the gym.
Grannie Melnitz is behind Roger and Janine. Dewey LaMort's car from "Ghost Fight at the O. Corral" is parked on the street across from the ice cream truck.
The ice cream truck is from "Troll Bridge" is parked on the street. As Egon walks away, he goes past the Party Troll from "Troll Bridge".
On Page 11, Ann Lawson and Posey from "The Revenge of Murray the Mantis" are in the crosswalk. Among the crowd waiting to walk is Ray Cougar from "Rollerghoster".
Janine's Car is parked near the bums. The advertisement on the taxi is of MJN Studios from "Lights! Another can references Killerwatt from "Killerwatt".
A sticker references WUGH FM, the radio station invaded by the Sandman in "Mr. On Page 13, Mr. Visitor's house is visually based on Mrs.
Roger's House from "Mrs. On Page 14, behind Egon is a Wagner's Occult Shop, seen in "The Collect Call of Cathulhu". On Page 15, Mr.
Visitor is visually inspired by Mr. Tummell from "You Can't Take it With You". A portrait of the Ghost Actors is seen in the first panel.
On Page 16, the blue figure above Eugene's "Goodbye" dialogue bubble is one of the Hole Ghosts from "The Hole in the Wall Gang.
On Page 18, Precious from "Mrs. Roger's Neighborhood" flies above the house. On Page 20, the translator's name appears to be an amalgam of uncredited writer Jean-Marc Lofficier and character Monsieur Lucien from "The Ghostbusters in Paris".
In and again in , Sony released bare bones episode compilations in the United Kingdom and United States, respectively.
The DVD release of Ghostbusters II also included two episodes of the series as bonus features, "Citizen Ghost", a story focusing on events set immediately after the first movie , and "Partners in Slime" this episode has the original broadcast version and the original end logos—DiC "Kid In Bed" and Columbia Pictures Television logos, respectively , which featured the psycho-active slime from Ghostbusters II and a brief mention of its villain Vigo the Carpathian.
On May 27, , Time Life announced they had acquired the home video rights to the series and would release a complete series set on DVD in the Fall of Both featured lenticular printing , the firehouse version to show the Ecto-1 and the black version to have oozing "slime".
Volumes 4 and 5 were not released due to poor sales. The Time Life releases have been discontinued and are now out of print. On May 5, , it was announced that Sony would begin re-releasing the series on DVD in Region 1.
Volumes 1—5 each containing 11 or 12 episodes were released on July 5, Additionally, title cards were removed from all episodes in the first 5 volumes title and writer credits were superimposed over the animated opening.
The complete first season was released on DVD in Australia on June 3, ,  and in the UK on June 15, In , a sequel cartoon entitled Extreme Ghostbusters , was created by Columbia TriStar Television and Adelaide Productions.
It premiered on September 1, and ran for forty episodes until its conclusion on December 8, Set several years after the end of The Real Ghostbusters , the series opened by saying the team has disbanded due to a lack of supernatural activity.
Only Egon remains in the firehouse, along with Slimer, to care for the containment system while teaching classes at a local university.
When supernatural events begin occurring in New York, Egon recruits four of his university students as a new team of Ghostbusters, and Janine, also one of Egon's students, returns to manage the office.
The original Ghostbusters return for the two-episode season finale to celebrate Egon's 40th birthday, leading to them reluctantly working together with the younger generation to solve one last case.
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Edit Did You Know? Trivia The 13 part first season and the second, 65 episode season were commissioned at the same time. The first to air during ABC's traditional Saturday morning network slot and the second to be broadcast in syndication from Monday through Friday on local television stations.
This meant that a total of 78 stories were needed right from the start. Whereas the syndicated shows would usually be approved immediately, the network shows received a lot of feedback and alteration requests.
Goofs The Ghostbusters are on several occasions seen using helicopters, but these helicopters have neither tail rotors nor contra-rotating rotors.
The lack of one or the other of these should mean that the helicopters would simply spin around due to torsional force.
While the helicopters do appear similar to autogyros, they lack the rear propeller, so they are not autogyros.
Quotes Peter : [ Peter singing in the shower when suddenly Slimer pours out of the faucet above and onto his head ] Slimer! How about some privacy!
Alternate Versions The german dubbed version has a slightly different audio-track for the opening sequence.
While the theme song and the sound effects have been kept intact, reactions for the main characters have been added e. Venkman yells when falling off his chair; Janine utters a disgusted "Eww!