Crossing Streams is the twentieth-eighth and last chapter on the DVDs of Ghostbusters. In this chapter the Ghostbusters Cross the Streams. The credits start at timestamp 1:37:26 standard black credits start at timestamp 1:40:05.
- 1 Cast
- 2 Equipment
- 3 Environmental
- 4 Locations
- 5 Plot
- 6 See Also
- 7 Trivia
- 8 References
- 9 Gallery
- Peter Venkman
- Ray Stantz
- Egon Spengler
- Winston Zeddemore
- Stay Puft Marshmallow Man (destructor form of Gozer)
- Vinz Clortho
- Walter Peck
- Dana Barrett
- Louis Tully
- Janine Melnitz
- Bill Walton as part of a crowd
- Proton Pack
- Particle Thrower
- Ecto Goggles
- CWU-27p Flight Suit (Uniform)
- Pistol Belt
- Electrical Gloves
- Key Fob
- Leg Hose
- Belt Gizmo
Egon Spengler told everyone to hurry. Peter Venkman told Ray Stantz he would see him on the other side. Peter opened fire on the Temple of Gozer, past its open doors. Ray told Peter it was nice working with him. Ray fired, too, and they crossed their streams just as the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man's head appeared behind them. Ray cued Egon. Egon Spengler and Winston Zeddemore fired. Ray implored Egon to cross the streams. The crossed streams made an odd sound. Stay Puft saw what was going on and a horrified look came on its face. The four proton streams combined into one big one, blasting right into the temple. An explosion was triggered. The Ghostbusters ceased fire and ran off screaming. Stay Puft was caught in the blast wave and blew up. Marshmallow residue shot out everywhere. Civilians ran for it as the residue rained down on them. A firefighter tried to put out some residue on fire with an extinguisher. Walter Peck stood near Ecto-1. He looked up and shielded himself. A large glob of residue fell on him. He screamed and cursed. The sky cleared. The roof was in ruins. The other dimension was gone. The other side of the building was visible through the structure. The Terror Dogs were statues again. Ray came to in a corner. He was covered in marshmallow residue. He saw Winston next to him and asked him if he was all right. Winston chuckled and confirmed he was. Winston was also covered in residue. Ray called out to Peter and Egon. Egon groaned. He, too, was covered in residue and stood up from the other side from Ray and Winston. Ray asked Egon if he was okay. Egon remarked he felt like the floor of a taxi cab. Peter went over to them. He had very little marshmallow residue on him. Winston chuckled. Ray double checked that everyone was all right.
They surveyed the damage and saw a charred Terror Dog statue. Ray blurted out that it smelled like barbecued dog hair. He realized his grievous error and apologized to Peter. Peter was melancholy. He turned and looked at Ray then walked away. Part of the statue's arm chipped off and fingers reached out. The claw fell off. Peter turned around. Dana groaned. Ray got everyone's attention. The Ghostbusters broke open the statue with their hands. Peter chopped at the arm. Egon and Winston broke off the top part, Ray pulled at the body, and Peter lifted Dana out. Louis, with a Terror Dog statue head on his head, walked around helplessly asking if somebody turned out the lights. Peter told the others to check on him. Ray, Egon, and Winston ran over to help them. Ray removed the Terror Dog head. Louis asked what happened. Dana came to. She was in a daze and asked where she was. Dana noticed Peter. Egon and Ray helped Louis out. Louis looked around and guessed the superintendent was going to be pissed. They helped him down. Ray asked him if he was okay. Louis looked at them and asked who they were. Ray answered they were the Ghostbusters. Louis looked at them again then asked who did their taxes. Peter led Dana away. Ray, Egon, and Louis started to walk off. Ray told Louis was a most fortunate individual. Louis agreed. Ray explained he was a participant in the biggest interdimensional crossrip since the Tunguska blast of 1909. Louis commented it "felt great." Egon added they would like to get a sample of his brain tissue. Louis unwittingly agreed to it. Winston threw up his hands and cheered. He declared, "I love this town!" and laughed.
A snippet of "Ghostbusters" played. Day had returned. The crowds cheered for the Ghostbusters. Credits started to roll. Dana, in a robe with a floral print, was a little embarrassed. Peter and Dana kissed on the lips. Peter mimicked being overwhelmed. Dana shook the hand of a civilian then walked back to Peter amazed. He gestured her to Ecto-1. Ray smoked a cigarette, now wearing the Ecto-Goggles, and he waved at the crowd. Peter escorted Dana into Ecto-1. A priest blessed Peter. Egon exited the Shandor Building. Janine Melnitz ran into his arms. They hugged. She patted his cheeks. They walked to Ecto-1. Louis came outside next, covered in a brown blanket, and waved. He asked if anybody wanted to interview him. He added he was an eyewitness. Two Red Cross employees tried to guide him to their station but Louis calmly protested. He wanted to leave with the Ghostbusters. He pointed. They escorted him away. The doorman opened the driver side doors of Ecto-1. Egon helped Winston take off his pack then he placed it on Ecto-1's gurney in the back. Ray shook the doorman's hand. The doorman got the driver door for Ray and saluted him. The priests performed the sign of the cross. The agents directed them. A reporter and camera man backed away as the former spoke into his microphone. Ecto-1 reversed. The reporter tried to get a comment. The crowd parted to let them through. Agents in trench coats spoke into their walkie-talkies. A hare krishna man danced. People held up blue T-shirts with their logo on it. Ray checked the back then turned the wheel as he went forward slowly. The siren wailed. Peter high-fived a few from the front passenger seat. As Ecto-1 drove off, the crowd chased after it. Slimer flew above the crowd in the opposite direction, screaming, and right into the camera. Fade to black. The final credits rolled.
- The Temple of Gozer set was on Stage 16 in Burbank Studios in Los Angeles.
- The shot of the Ghostbusters crossing the streams was used as a photograph in the New York Post newspaper in Chapter 14: Welcome Aboard.
- In the August 5, 1983 draft, on page 133, the Ghostbusters simply shoot at the temple and destroy it. In the maelstrom to follow, Stay Puft is blown up and Louis and Dana are turned back into humans. This remains in the September 30 draft, too.
- In preparation for the detonation of the temple, Thaine Morris had Mark Stetson and this team wield up a frame of steel that was a quarter inch thick on the temple. Deflector aprons were also discussed to deflect the blast out the sides and help simulate the explosion described in the original illustration.
- Thaine Morris rigged the Temple of Gozer model with four napthalene bombs.
- The explosion was reshot several times. Each time, the explosion was toned down. The final explosion was still big enough that no one should have survived it in realistic terms (but that was part of the joke).
- Virgil Mirano, a still photographer for Entertainment Effects Group, had the "unique privilege" of being hit in the head by an errant bench when Thaine Morris detonated the Temple of Gozer set for the ending of the first movie.
- The marshmallows that rained down on Central Park West were two hundred pounds of shaving cream released by Chuck Gaspar's physical effects team from a giant plastic bag attached to a crane. It was mixed in 500 gallon batches.
- According to Ivan Reitman, William Atherton expressed concern about having 2000 pounds of shaving cream dropped on him. Reitman tested it on a stunt man first. In contrast, according to Atherton, he approached the assistant directors and asked how much the cream weighed. He was told it was about 100 pounds. Atherton was concerned about the weight and asked if it would be okay if they tested the impact first. The assistant directors conceded to his point and brought in a stuntman. The stuntman was knocked flat on his back. Atherton suggested taking out 25 pounds or so.
- Someone suffered a bad reaction to the shaving cream because it was menthol.
- The New York set had less of the shaving cream present in shots.
- There was an unscripted addition to the aftermath of Stay Puft's destruction. His hat was to fall down onto the street. A giant aluminum-reinforced sailor's hat, 18 feet in diameter, was lowered by a giant crane. For time purposes the gag was cut from the final version of the movie.
- Once the preliminary shooting was completed, the main unit went to other sets while DeCuir's team redressed the set as the demolished version for the final scenes in the movie.
- When the Ghostbusters emerge covered in marshmallow, they are wearing the stunt packs.
- Dan Aykroyd asked for the most shaving cream among the four Ghostbusters.
- In the October 7, 1983 draft, on page 92, the sequence of Ghostbusters digging Dana and Louis out of the charred Terror Dog remains appears for the first time.
- Sigourney Weaver was sealed inside the charred Terror Dog so there was an urgency to do the scene.
- Ivan Reitman made the sequence of Dana being freed from the charred remains seem slower by repeating shots on angles.
- Louis asks the Ghostbusters who does their taxes. Five years later, he becomes their accountant in Ghostbusters II.
- In the September 30, 1983 draft, on page 133, Dana notes the wreckage and says next time she wants to break a lease she'll know who to call. Louis bets he could write off all damage as an Act of God.
- Ray mentions Tunguska Blast of 1909. In real world history, the Tunguska event took place on June 30, 1908. It is generally attributed to the air burst of a stony meteoroid about 330 feet in size even though an impact crater was never found.
- The "Ghostbusters" song plays after Winston declared, "I love this town!"
- The last scenes were filmed in front of the 55 Central Park West building in New York.
- The last scenes were filmed at the end of principal photography in New York.
- Dana's rooftop costume at the end of the movie wasn't assigned during early location shooting so Sigourney Weaver was simply given a floral robe, leaving the audience to assume she picked it up on the way downstairs.
- In the final scene, Ray is now inexplicably wearing his Ecto Goggles.
- Ray unplugs his leg hose as he gets in Ecto-1 and the doorman shakes his hand.
- Bill Walton, during his time with San Diego Clippers, appeared among part of the crowd outside the Shandor Building near the Ecto-1 as the end credits began playing.
- In the final shot of Ecto-1 driving way, a 65mm camera was used. They could only do one take because they were losing daylight.
- As an afterthought in post-production, Ivan Reitman came up with the idea to include Slimer in the last shot.
- When the final credits rolled. "Cleanin' Up The Town" played, then the "Ghostbusters Theme" from the score starting at around Assistant Production Coordinator. Then "Magic" played at around the New York Crew. "Savin' The Day" started at around Effects Man Robert Spurlock. At the end of the soundtrack credits, more from the score played.
- In the July 6, 1983 draft, Ghostbusters became Ghostbusters International, a high rolling multinational corporation. Egon and Janine married in Las Vegas with Louis as their witness, Ray paid another visit to Fort Detmerring, Winston arrived at headquarters in a limo, and Peter and Dana hung out at her apartment as a baby chick hatched out of an egg in the kitchen.
- In the August 5, September 30, and October 7, 1983 drafts, the ending changes to the Bums, later known as Robert Learned Coombs and Harlan Bojay, examine the marshmallow residue and conclude there is a very large cup of hot chocolate near by somewhere. The movie ends with the Ghostbusters driving off in the Ectomobile with the people cheering them on wildly.
Ghostbusters: The Video Game
- The falling Stay Puft hat gag was reused in the Ghostbusters: The Video Game, at the end of Stay Puft's defeat in Panic in Times Square, with the in-game graphics.
- One discarded idea for an ending of Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Versions) also included a scene like the end of the other two movies, where they're packing up and driving off, and a scene with Peter Venkman addressing a crowd.
The Real Ghostbusters
- In the The Real Ghostbusters episode "The Boogieman Cometh", as Peter jumps into the Boogieman's portal, he tells Egon, "See you on the other side, Egon."
- The aftermath of the events of the movie in the animated continuity are explored in the The Real Ghostbusters episode "Citizen Ghost".
- In The Real Ghostbusters episode "A Fright at the Opera", Peter offers to tell The Diva how he saved the world.
- In The Real Ghostbusters episode "Big Trouble With Little Slimer", Walter Peck reveals that he lost his job after the events of the movie.
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- On page 6 of Ghostbusters: Legion Issue #1, Peter notes Winston shaved his mustache but in the previous newspaper clip, the photo of the post-Gozer battle mistakenly shows Winston already without a mustache.
- In Ghostbusters: What in Samhain Just Happened?!, on page 17, a woman is dressed like Dana Barrett, post Temple of Gozer getting blown up, seated next to the Hatbox Ghost from the Haunted Mansion ride.
- In Ghostbusters: Infestation #2, on page 11, the "Cross the Streams" strategy is mentioned but Egon advocates against it.
- On page 19 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #3, Peter refers to crossing the streams.
- On page 21 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #8, the meeting between Tobin and Vladimir Belascu led to the Tunguska Blast of 1909.
- On page 18 of Ghostbusters Volume 1 Issue #15, Winston suggests Crossing the Streams but Egon points out the absence of something like the Temple of Gozer to skew the results.
- On page 10 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #6, one of the memories is the reunion between Egon and Janine as the Ghostbusters emerge from the Shandor Building.
- On page 6 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #11, on the Luko picture is a blue Post-It that refers to the Tunguska Blast of 1909.
- On page 2 of The X-Files: Conspiracy: Ghostbusters, Byers mentions the time the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man blew up.
- On page 10 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #15, Louis asks Tiamat his classic "Who does your taxes?" from the end of the first movie.
- In Ghostbusters Volume 2 #16:
- On page 15, Peter brings up Gozer and Crossing the Streams.
- On page 16, Ray mentions Crossing the Streams worked at least twice before. The Ghostbusters used it to defeat Gozer the first time.
- On page 20, like the end of the first movie, compared to the others, Peter is barely saturated with goop.
- On page 15 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #18, Dana and Louis' blankets are similar in color to the ones they wore at the end of the first movie.
- On page 21 of Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #20, like in the ending of the first movie, Slimer flies towards the audience.
- In Ghostbusters Deviations:
- The story centers on what if the Ghostbusters did not Cross the Streams on the Temple of Gozer.
- On Page 22, Winston exclaims his "I love this town!" line
- On Page 23, Egon and Ray's conversation with Louis is verbatim from the movie.
- On page 10 of Ghostbusters Annual 2017, the First Cop mentions he was a rookie during the events of the first movie and was on marshmallow detail after the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man blew up.
- On the Convention Edition Cover of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #1, the PR photo used is of the team posing covered in Stay Puft marshmallow.
- On page 18 of Ghostbusters 101 Issue #3, panel 1 recreates a scene from Chapter 28 when the Ghostbusters crossed the streams on the Temple of Gozer with the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man watching in horror.
- On page 7 of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles/Ghostbusters Volume 2 Issue #2, Raphael's threat was a nod to Egon's request for a brain sample from Louis at the end of the first movie.
- On Dramatis Personae Page 1 of Ghostbusters Crossing Over Issue #3, the Prime Ghostbusters' bio mentions when they crossed the streams at the end of the first movie and defeated Gozer.
- On page 16 of Ghostbusters Crossing Over Issue #5, Koza'Rai mentions Gozer's first defeat.
- On page 17 of Ghostbusters Crossing Over Issue #6, Louis 00-D's words are a nod to the prime Louis' lines in the first movie. He asks Peter 68-R who does his hair like in the movie, he asks the Ghostbusters who does their taxes.
- On page 11 of Transformers/Ghostbusters: Ghosts of Cybertron Issue #4, Winston mentions blowing up the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man all over Central Park West.
- The scene of Winston right before he declares, "I love his town!" appears on Cover A of Ghostbusters Year One Issue #1.
- The Ghostbusters defeating the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man is mentioned in Rebecca Morales' biography on Dramatis Personae page of Ghostbusters Year One Issue #1.
- On Cover B of Ghostbusters Year One Issue #2, there is a reference to the Tunguska Blast under the Stay Puft Marshmallows bag in the upper right corner.
- On cover B of Ghostbusters Year One Issue #4, the blue bottle and contents are a nod to Egon asking Louis Tully for a sample of his brain in Chapter 28: Crossing Streams. The label of the blue bottle lists Louis's date of birth as 4/18/53, the same as Rick Moranis.
- On page 2 of Ghostbusters Year One Issue #4, Winston mentions the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man and the final battle in the first movie.
- On page 6 of Ghostbusters Year One Issue #4, Rebecca Morales mentions the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man being blown up.
Ghostbusters: Answer The Call
- Ray's "barbecued dog hair" line is used by Patty Tolan in the Ghostbusters (2016 Movie) alternate extended scene Soups & Salad to described the smell coming off Rowan North, who electrocuted himself to death.
- Near the end, one of the movie theater displays is for "Welcome to the Other Side," a possible nod to when Peter remarks, "See ya on the other side, Ray" in the first movie.
- Thaine Morris (1999). Ghostbusters (1984) "SFX Team Featurette" (1999) (DVD ts. 12:50-12:56). Columbia Pictures. Thaine Morris says: "Mark [Stetson] came to me and said, "How strong do you want me to make this building?" and I said, "Stronger than you can."."
- Mark Stetson (1999). Ghostbusters (1984) "SFX Team Featurette" (1999) (DVD ts. 12:57-13:09). Columbia Pictures. Mark Stetson says: "We wielded up a frame of quarter inch steel on the old temple and I just couldn't believe you needed it that strong and we started talking about deflector aprons to get the blast to shoot out the sides in the original illustration."
- Thaine Morris (2019). Cleanin' Up The Town: Remembering Ghostbusters (2019) (Blu-Ray ts. 1:53:36-1:53:39). Bueno Productions. Thaine Morris says: "There was four napthalene bombs in that building."
- Shay, Don (November 1985). Making Ghostbusters, p. 197 annotation. New York Zoetrope, New York NY USA, ISBN 0918432685. Michael Gross says: "We reshot the final explosion several times, toning it down each time because it was just too big. It's still too big, actually. In reality, nothing on the rooftop could have survived that explosion. But I guess if an audience can believe a hundred-foot marshmallow man, they can accept an oversized explosion."
- Virgil Mirano (1999). Ghostbusters (1984) "SFX Team Featurette" (1999) (DVD ts. 13:19-13:38). Columbia Pictures. Virgil Mirano says: "I had the unique privilege of being hit in the head by one of the best pyromen. One of the errant benches on top of the temple went flying through the air, hit the plexiglass, careened off it, and creased me in the skull. Never been the same."
- Shay, Don (November 1985). Making Ghostbusters, p. 195 annotation. New York Zoetrope, New York NY USA, ISBN 0918432685. Paragraph reads: "To achieve this gag, two hundred pounds of shaving cream - employed by physical effects supervisor Chuck Gaspar to simulate melted marshmallows - was released from a giant plastic bag attached to a crane."
- Neil Krepela (1999). Ghostbusters (1984) "SFX Team Featurette" (1999) (DVD ts. 11:33-11:39). Columbia Pictures. Neil Krepela says: "All that marshmallow is basically shaving cream. We had to mix it in 500 gallon batches."
- Ivan Reitman (1999). Ghostbusters- Commentary (1999) (DVD ts. 01:34:22-01:34:44). Columbia TriStar Home Video. Ivan Reitman says: "So, let's talk about these marshmallows. What it really is, is shaving cream. Big laundry bags or garbage bags full of it... That we dropped on everybody, first here in New York for real. And then later on in our back lot set, including this spectacular one."
- Ivan Reitman (1999). Ghostbusters- Commentary (1999) (DVD ts. 01:34:46-01:34:52). Columbia TriStar Home Video. Ivan Reitman says: " Just before we were gonna shoot that, William Atherton came up to me and said, "Look, is this gonna hurt?" I said, "You know, I don't really know.""
- Harold Ramis (1999). Ghostbusters- Commentary (1999) (DVD ts. 01:34:56-01:34:59). Columbia TriStar Home Video. Harold Ramis says: "No one's ever dropped 2,000 pounds of shaving cream on an actor before."
- Ivan Reitman (1999). Ghostbusters- Commentary (1999) (DVD ts. 01:35:00-01:35:05). Columbia TriStar Home Video. Ivan Reitman says: "And so, I thought, "Well, I better try it out on a stunt guy." And it was no problem and we finally dropped it on him."
- William Atherton (2009). Ghostbusters- Slimer Mode (2009) (Blu-Ray ts. 01:34:31-01:35:41). Columbia TriStar Home Video. William Atherton says: "And I saw this great big bag of whipped cream. And I went, "Okay." Thinking, you know, "it's a big bag of whipped cream." And I went up and I asked one of the ADs, I said, "You know, how much does that weigh?" He said, "I don't know, it's about a hundred pounds." And I said, "it's a hundred pounds of whipped cream?" "Yeah, but it's whipped cream." And I said, "You know, the only test I passed in junior high was you have a hundred pounds of feathers and you have a hundred pounds of sand. What weighs more? They weigh the same." So I said, "Would it be too much to ask if somebody could kind of stand under here? Or could we test this to see how heavy it really is?" And so everybody went, "Oh, man, okay. All right. Yeah, the actor is unsure about it. Can we have a stunt guy stand in?" So the stunt guy's in and they zipped it out. It came down and knocked the guy flat. Just knocked him. And I went, "You know, well, maybe-- maybe 75 pounds.""
- Harold Ramis (1999). Ghostbusters- Commentary (1999) (DVD ts. 01:35:06-01:35:12). Columbia TriStar Home Video. Harold Ramis says: "No one noticed, though, that they used menthol shaving cream. Someone, I can't remember, had a bad reaction to the menthol."
- Joe Medjuck (1999). Ghostbusters- Commentary (1999) (DVD ts. 01:37:57-01:38:04). Columbia TriStar Home Video. Joe Medjuck says: "This is our New York. This is obviously in New York. Not quite as much shaving cream."
- Shay, Don (November 1985). Making Ghostbusters, p. 196. New York Zoetrope, New York NY USA, ISBN 0918432685. Paragraph reads: "An unscripted addition to the sequence involved a shot of the marshmallow man's hat plummeting to the street after its wearer has been vaporized."
- Shay, Don (November 1985). Making Ghostbusters, p. 196. New York Zoetrope, New York NY USA, ISBN 0918432685. Paragraph reads: "To achieve the shot, an aluminum-reinforced sailor's hat - eighteen feet in diameter - was attached to a giant crane and then lowered into the crowd. Though successfully executed, editorial pacing resulted in the elaborate gag's being cut from the final release."
- Shay, Don (November 1985). Making Ghostbusters, p. 199 annotation. New York Zoetrope, New York NY USA, ISBN 0918432685. Paragraph reads: "Once preliminary shooting on the temple set was completed, the main unit transitioned to other sets and other stages while John DeCuir and his team moved in and redressed the now-demolished structure for its final scenes in the film."
- Ivan Reitman (1999). Ghostbusters- Commentary (1999) (DVD ts. 01:37:30-01:37:35). Columbia TriStar Home Video. Ivan Reitman says: "Danny Aykroyd loved the shaving cream more than anybody else and kept asking for more."
- Harold Ramis (1999). Ghostbusters- Commentary (1999) (DVD ts. 01:36:21-01:36:27). Columbia TriStar Home Video. Harold Ramis says: "I remember there was a little bit of hurry up to this 'cause she was actually sealed inside that thing."
- Ivan Reitman (1999). Ghostbusters- Commentary (1999) (DVD ts. 01:36:30-01:36:39). Columbia TriStar Home Video. Ivan Reitman says: "And there's just so much that this could take. Although, in the cutting, actually, I increased how long it took to get her out by repeating shots on angles."
- Ivan Reitman (1999). Ghostbusters- Commentary (1999) (DVD ts. 01:38:05-01:38:12). Columbia TriStar Home Video. Ivan Reitman says: "We shot this at the end of shooting in New York. And I had this wonderful feeling while we were filming this sequence."
- Shay, Don (November 1985). Making Ghostbusters, p. 201 annotation. New York Zoetrope, New York NY USA, ISBN 0918432685. Paragraph reads: "Since Dana's rooftop costume had not yet been determined at the time of the New York location shooting, Sigourney Weaver was outfitted with a robe - leaving audiences to assume, had the thought ever occurred, that she had simply picked one up somewhere en route to the ground floor."
- Joe Medjuck (1999). Ghostbusters- Commentary (1999) (DVD ts. 01:40:16-01:40:34). Columbia TriStar Home Video. Joe Medjuck says: "I remember we got one chance at this shot because the light came down just as we were doing the shot. And they said it was the 65mm camera. So they could do that last shot. And they said they could only do one take because they lost all the light immediately."
- Shay, Don (November 1985). Making Ghostbusters, p. 201 annotation. New York Zoetrope, New York NY USA, ISBN 0918432685. Paragraph reads: "As an afterthought during postproduction, Ivan Reitman decided to add a last-minute reprise by the Onionhead ghost - a final audience zinger misinterpreted by many as implying a sequel."
- Shay, Don (November 1985). Making Ghostbusters, p. 203 annotation. New York Zoetrope, New York NY USA, ISBN 0918432685. Paragraph reads: "Alternate endings in earlier drafts included scenes within the towering glass and chrome headquarters of Ghostbusters International - now a high-rolling multinational corporation "recognized everywhere as the first line of defense against interdimensional trespassers." The July draft even attempted to wrap up the romantic loose ends. Venkman and Dana set up housekeeping, Spengler and Janine are married, and Stantz returns to Fort Detmerring for spiritual renewal."
- skankerzero post Ghostbusters Fans 8/1/2015
- Peter Venkman (2009). The Real Ghostbusters - "The Boogieman Cometh" (1986) (DVD ts. 15:37-15:38). Time Life Entertainment. Peter says: "See you on the other side, Egon."
- Boyette, Pat (2009). The Real Ghostbusters Complete Collection Volume One Disc Five, "Citizen Ghost" Storyboard p. 24. CPT Holdings, Inc. Line reads: "We see photo of the high-rise building used in GHOSTBUSTERS movie -- in its post-battle, marshmallowed, shattered state -- PAN OVER."
- "Citizen Ghost" Storyboard showing Shandor Building ruins
- Peter Venkman (2009).The Real Ghostbusters- "A Fright at the Opera" (1986) (DVD ts. 13:20-13:21). Time Life Entertainment. Peter says: "Did I tell you about the time I saved the world?"
- Walter Peck (2009).The Real Ghostbusters- "Big Trouble With Little Slimer " (1987) (DVD ts. 04:08-04:11). Time Life Entertainment. Peck says: "Did I tell you how they made me look like a fool and cost me my job?"
- Eatock, James & Mangels, Andy (2008). The Real Ghostbusters Complete Collection booklet, p. 27. CPT Holdings, Inc.
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