The films of Harold Ramis

Updated 0040 GMT (0840 HKT) February 26, 2014
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Harold Ramis was a familiar presence in comedies for more than three decades. From left, he, Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray star in the 1984 film "Ghostbusters." Ramis played Dr. Egon Spengler and co-wrote the film with Aykroyd. Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
As actor Darren Criss put it, Ramis was the guy who supplied "endless movie quotes that have made college (kids) bond for generations," and 1978's "Animal House" is a prime example. Star John Belushi, seen here, helped bring the comedy -- co-written by Ramis -- to life. Warner Brothers/Getty Images
Ramis, left, and executive producer Jon Peters appear on the set of the 1980 film "Caddyshack," which Ramis directed and co-wrote. Warner Brothers/courtesy Everett Collection
Bill Murray, left, and Ramis star in the film "Stripes" in 1981. Ramis also co-wrote the comedy. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images
Ramis and Diane Keaton appear in the 1987 film "Baby Boom." United Artists/courtesy Everett Collection
Ramis directs Bill Murray in 1993 in a scene from "Groundhog Day." Columbia Pictures/Courtesy Everett Collection.
Actor Brendan Fraser consults with director Ramis on the set of "Bedazzled" in 2000. 20th Century Fox Film/Courtesy Everett Collection
Ramis' "Analyze This" (1999) was successful enough to spawn a sequel, "Analyze That" (2002). Ramis is shown here with stars Lisa Kudrow and Billy Crystal. Mary Evans/WARNER BROS/Ronald Grant/Everett Collection
Ramis played Seth Rogen's father in "Knocked Up" (2007). universal pictures
Ramis directed Michael Cera, left, and Jack Black in "Year One" (2009). Ronald Grant/Everett Collection