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Harold Ramis on the Metaphor of Ground Hog Day

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Uploaded on Dec 4, 2009

The Hudson Union Society™ www.hudsonunionsociety.com is where todays leaders come to discuss tomorrows ideas. If you live not to far from New York, please join us in person. Harold Ramis, one of the most talented comedic actors, directors and screenwriters of the last thirty-years.  He has either starred in, wrote or directed many of the classic comedies of the past quarter century.  Ramis is best know as a star of Ghostbusters I and II, Stripes, Groundhog Day, As Good As it Gets, and Knocked Up.  He wrote the famed screenplays of National Lampoon's Animal House, Meatballs, Caddyshack, Stripes, Ghostbusters I and II, Back to School, Groundhog Day, and Analyze This.  Additionally, Ramis directed such classics as Caddyshack, National Lampoon's Vacation, Groundhog Day, and Analyze This.

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