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In this animated update of the hit motion picture, the Ghostbusters are up to their same old tricks, keeping the city safe from demons, curses, spooks and every other off-the-wall weirdness known (and unknown) to mortal man. This time they have help from their old nemesis Slimer ("Onionhead"), a new arsenal of weapons, and an occasional assist from their faithful secretary Janine Melnitz. In 1988, the start of the fourth season, the series was part of a one-hour block of Ghostbusters cartoons (it was joined with the newly created "Slimer!" series) known as "Slimer! And The Real Ghostbusters." The continuing adventures of the staff of the ghost removal service. I remember watching this cartoon when it came out in the middle 80's. I just bought the 2 disc DVD pack with both the movies. Two episodes of the cartoon series came on the disc for the 2nd movie. I wish there were cartoons like this on Saturday morning still. This was the one cartoon my brothers and I never missed. We were quite sad when ABC canceled it. My favorite character was Egon while my younger twin brothers preferred Peter and Ray, but we all liked Slimer.<br/><br/>This was a cartoon that even adults could watch and be amused. I had never seen the movies when this cartoon came out and this cartoon made to want to see the movies. Unfortunately my family had no VCR till the second movie came out. I got what I expected to see in the movie based on what I saw in the cartoons. Unfortionately the after the second movie came out the cartoon became too cartoon. Whoever had done the cartoon before the 2nd movie did it spot on perfect. If are those of you who are fans of the movies, I recommend the seasons before the 2nd movie came out. How do I even begin to describe how much a love affair I have with this series? The darker tone of the first couple seasons was great. It wasn't nearly as dark as Batman the Animated series,another favorite of mine was,in comparison. <br/><br/>One of the things that I heard of which may've affected the series in the last couple of seasons was parents complaining about violent content,which is funny when you compare it to series like He-man and TMNT which were both running around the same time. I say this is funny when you consider that both of the other series I've mentioned used more common weapons as well as attacking things that were sometimes human like living creatures.<br/><br/>Anyways back to Ghostbusters,before a lot of shows started having a chronological plot, I feel like Ghostbusters had some major first steps in that some of the episodes actually did connect,Samhain and Boogeyman are the ones I'm thinking of at the moment,might be others as well.<br/><br/>I also enjoyed waking up each Saturday morning to have the show to look forward to, the plots were good,the ghosts creative and just having a continuation of the first movie was great for a start of interest in the paranormal and supernatural and to find out what is actually out there.
In the early promo artwork for the series, the Peter Venkman character was drawn to look more like Bill Murray and Egon Spengler was drawn to look more like Harold Ramis. But the animators changed the look of Peter, and changed Egon's hair color from brown to blonde, in order to avoid lawsuits for using the actors' likenesses without permission. As for Ray Stanz and Winston Zeddemore, their characters were never drawn to resemble Dan Aykroyd or Ernie Hudson, respectively. According to Maurice LaMarche, who voiced Egon Spengler, Bill Murray, who played Peter Venkman in the live action films, had complained, or at the very least, curiously asked, the show's producers why Peter "sounded like Garfield" instead of like him. This was because Peter was originally voiced by the late Lorenzo Music, who was also the voice of Garfield, a role that Murray himself would later play, coincidentally using the same voice he used while playing Peter. Whether or not Murray pushed to have the voice changed is unclear, but Music was replaced by Dave Coulier of "Full House" fame, and to be fair a gifted voice impersonator in his own right (as his impersonations of Popeye the Sailor and Bullwinkle the Moose testify), Coulier was instructed to give Peter a voice similar to that of Bill Murray. Janine was originally voiced by Laura Summer, but starting in the third season Summer was replaced by Kath Soucie, which is when her character's look changed for the first time. According to the third season series bible, Summer's voice was deemed "too whiney" and so the role was recast. And according to J. Michael Stracyznski, the show's original story editor, the network decided to take the advice of consultants to change Janine from a feisty, sardonic, N.Y. secretary to a "mother figure" for the Ghostbusters, which also entailed changing the style of her glasses from triangular to round, as the consultants seriously believed that the pointy glasses would scare children. This was also part of a push to make the series more "kid friendly". Strazcyznski and the other original writers disliked these demands for change and many of them left the show as a result. The initial redesign of Janine had long hair, which was later replaced with a design that was meant to evoke Annie Pott's haircut in the second Ghostbusters film, and ultimately two more designs that gave Janine shorter, curlier hair. Ultimately, the changes proved unpopular and the network asked Strazcysnki to come back, which he couldn't do as he had other commitments, but he agreed to write a few episodes for them on the grounds that he be allowed to write it as he saw fit and not as censors and consultants wanted. Strazcysnki decided to explain why Janine's voice, appearance and personality changed so much in an episode titled "Janine, You've Changed", in which it was revealed that Janine had fallen victim to a demon posing as a kind of "fairy godmother" called a Makeoverus Lotsabucks (the name a deliberate yet playful swipe at the network), which fed off a person's vanity and changed the victim's appearance as the victim instructed, promising that it would improve them, when in reality it would ultimately turn them into another Makeoverus Lotsabucks. Janine's personal reason for being victimized by the Lotsabucks was that she wanted to "improve" her appearance until she found a look that would attract Egon Spengler, to whom she had long harbored a romantic infatuation but with whom she'd had trouble actually engaging in a relationship due to his somewhat stilted emotional range. What Janine didn't know was that the Lotsabucks had been using her magic to externally blind Egon and the other Ghostbusters to the changes in her appearance, making Janine more dependent on the Lotsabucks. Ultimately Egon was able to save Janine by admitting that he loved her as well. a5c7b9f00b http://anytinsicol.wapka.me/forum2_theme_112962358.xhtml?tema=241 https://www.causes.com/posts/4916454 http://graph.org/The-Talonted-Never-Lose-Full-Movie-In-Hindi-Free-Download-09-18 http://planunvida.blogsecreto.com/1537239807/ https://7gogo.jp/KMx9aM554q1R http://www.health-chats.com/m/feedback/view/What-Happened-To-Monday-Torrent https://disqus.com/home/discussion/channel-onopendesymp/freeman_velocity_torrent/ http://bitbucket.org/liscoreric/liscoreric/issues/22/bad-boys-for-life-full-movie-in-hindi-free http://www.friendsofghosts.net//m/feedback/view/The-Ben-10-Full-Movie-In-Hindi-Free-Download-Hd http://sacsira.yolasite.com/resources/hindi-Mazinger-Z-Infinity.pdf