The entertainment world lost a great yesterday, a visionary really.  Harold Ramis, who wrote and starred in the unforgettable Ghostbusters passed away at the age of 69 after a battle with inflammatory disease.  But you may have forgotten about some of the other parts of his long body of work as an actor, writer, and director.  Let's take a look back.

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    He wrote and directed 1993's cult classic Groundhog Day

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    He wrote and directed Analyze This and Analyze That

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    He played Dr. Bettes in As Good As It Gets

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    He wrote the movie that changed college life forever: Animal House

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    He directed National Lampoon's Vacation starring Chevy Chase