Ghostbusters 1 & 2 Double Feature Gift Set

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Overview

This box set consisting of the supernatural comedies Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters 2. Each is presented in the original broadcast aspect ratio. Supplemental materials include a wealth of behind-the-scenes materials and a collectible scrapbook that documents the two films.
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Overview

This box set consisting of the supernatural comedies Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters 2. Each is presented in the original broadcast aspect ratio. Supplemental materials include a wealth of behind-the-scenes materials and a collectible scrapbook that documents the two films.
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Special Features

This gift set includes the two films -- each with a director's commentary, deleted scenes, and behind-the-scenes featurettes -- plus a deluxe Collector's Scrapbook, loaded with production notes, character sketches, insider info, and more.
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
Remastered video, a scrapbook, and two episodes from the 1988 animated series Slimer and the Real Ghostbusters are the new features this two-disc set brings to owners of the previous, individual DVD releases of these comedy blockbusters. But you can't beat the price for two Ghostbusters movies -- the first of which ranks as a period classic. Ghostbusters, the first comedy to gross over $200 million, is just as awesomely funny -- and as quotable -- as Caddyshack. The proton-packing trio of Ray, Egon, and Peter Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, and Bill Murray possess a marvelous three-element chemistry, and one regrets that the experiment ended after the 1989 sequel. Murray -- whose career highlight to that point had been as Caddyshack’s loopy Carl Spackler, gets to show his intelligence here, acting as the audience's skeptical surrogate. His future as Hollywood’s go-to guy for cynical deadpan wisecracks is cemented here. The 1989 sequel ups the slime quotient considerably, as New York's bad karma provides a breeding ground for evil spirits. The now disgraced and disbanded Ghostbusters reunite to save the baby of Peter's former girlfriend Sigourney Weaver from being possessed by the spirit of a 16th-century madman, who threatens to unleash a "season of evil." The effects are impressive, but the jokes aren't as sharp. Still, it's fun to have the boys back in action. This is the first time both films have been packaged together on DVD. As one nonplussed New York dockworker observes in Ghostbusters II when the ghost of the Titanic appears, "It's about time."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/2/2005
  • UPC: 043396051607
  • Rating:

  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Includes book / Mixed Media Set
  • Time: 3:33:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 3,516

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Dan Aykroyd Dr. Raymond Stantz
Bill Murray Dr. Peter Venkman
Sigourney Weaver Dana Barrett
Ernie Hudson Winston Zeddemore
Harold Ramis Dr. Egon Spengler
Technical Credits
Ivan Reitman Director
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Scene Index

Side #1 -- Ghostbusters
1. Start [:22]
2. Shock the Nerd [2:20]
3. "Get Her" [3:55]
4. Terminated [6:34]
5. Fixer-Upper [2:32]
6. Spook Central [:58]
7. Fried Eggs & Zuul [1:50]
8. "Bug-Eyes Thing" [2:17]
9. The 1st Customer [:56]
10. Checking Out Dana [2:09]
11. "We Got One" [4:35]
12. "He Slimed Me" [3:55]
13. "Nice Shootin', Tex" [2:20]
14. Welcome Aboard [4:14]
15. E.P.A. Man [7:00]
16. Dogs Drag Dana [2:38]
17. "Who Brought the Dog?" [3:29]
18. Terror on the Tavern [1:37]
19. Peter's Date With Zuul [1:10]
20. Keymaster [4:08]
21. Out of Biz [5:19]
22. Holding Cell [6:08]
23. Keeper Meets Master [2:53]
24. Biblical [1:06]
25. Working the Crowd [2:26]
26. Gozer [1:50]
27. Stay Puft Man [6:18]
28. Crossing Streams [5:26]
Side #2 -- Ghostbusters 2
1. Start [:14]
2. "World of the Psychic" [7:29]
3. Dr. Janosz Poha [3:59]
4. Ray's Occult Books [1:39]
5. Investigating Oscar [1:44]
6. Late-Night Excavation [5:40]
7. Vigo Commands [1:27]
8. Down the Shaft [1:19]
9. Great Blackout of 1989 [1:39]
10. Their Day in Court [2:10]
11. The Scoleri Brothers [5:09]
12. Two in the Box [1:16]
13. Mood Slime [5:16]
14. A Tub Full of Slime [5:25]
15. Peter's Place [3:25]
16. Vigo 101 [1:42]
17. Fire-Trapped [6:26]
18. In the Tunnel [:04]
19. Scaring the Straights [2:32]
20. Kidnapping Oscar [7:50]
21. Tenth Level of Hell [7:01]
22. No Dent [5:42]
23. The Statue of Liberty [5:18]
24. A Harbor Chick [1:45]
25. Breaking and Entering [2:57]
26. Ghostbusters Vs. Vigo [2:12]
27. The Fifth Ghostbuster [1:14]
28. World is Safe Again [3:07]
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Menu

Side #1 -- Ghostbusters
   Play Movie
   Spook Central
      Commentary With Ivan Reitman, Harold Ramis & Joe Medjuck: On/Off
      Scene Cemetery
         Play All
         Stake
         Dana
         Honeymooners
         Winston
         Burns
         Busy
         Promotion
         E.P.A.
         Puft Hat
         "No Louis"
      Featurettes
         1984 Featurette
         Cast and Crew Featurette
      Special Effects
         SFX Team Featurette
         Special Effects Before & After With Multi-Angle
            Spook Central Exploding
            She's a Dog
            Crossing the Streams
         Production Photos
            Ghoulish Librarian
            Lovely Floating Ghost
            Production Team
            Slimer
            Spook Central
            Stay Puft Man
            Terror Dogs
         Conceptual Drawings
            Colorful Early NYC Concepts
            Colorful Ecto-Mobile Interior
            Early Stay Puft Man Concepts
            Light Stream Chalk Drawings
            Pencil and Chalk Creature Concepts
            Pencil and Librarian Ghoul Concepts
            Pencil Terror Dog Concepts
            SFX Conceptual Paintings
            Early Logo Concepts
      Conceptual Drawings
         Colorful Early NYC Concepts
         Colorful Ecto-Mobile Interior
         Early Stay Puft Man Concepts
         Light Stream Chalk Drawings
         Pencil and Chalk Creature Concepts
         Pencil and Librarian Ghoul Concepts
         Pencil Terror Dog Concepts
         SFX Conceptual Paintings
         Early Logo Concepts
      Storyboards
         Ghostly Gallery
            Bums in Park
            Dogs Drag Dana
            Slimer Pigs Out
            Haunted Stacks
            Boys in Library
            Louis Meets Dog
            Mink Coat
            Louis Meets Muggers
            Proton Charging
            Atop Spook Central
            Cheeky Ghost
            Slimer
         Split Scene Compare
            Slimer
            Dogs Drag Dana
            Atop Spook Central
   Languages
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: French
      Subtitles: Spanish
      Subtitles: Portuguese
      Subtitles: Chinese
      Subtitles: Korean
      Subtitles: Thai
      Subtitles: Off
      Audio Set Up: English
      Audio Set Up: French
      Audio Set Up: Spanish
   Scene Selections
Side #2 -- Ghostbusters 2
   Play Movie
   Animated Episodes
      Play All
      Citizen Ghost
      Partners in Slime
   Languages
      Subtitles: English
      Subtitles: French
      Subtitles: Spanish
      Subtitles: Portuguese
      Subtitles: Chinese
      Subtitles: Korean
      Subtitles: Thai
      Subtitles: Off
      Audio Set Up: English
      Audio Set Up: French
      Audio Set Up: Spanish
   Scene Selections
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