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==Trivia==
 
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*The voice was provided by [[Dave Coulier]], [[Buster Jones]], and [[Frank Welker]].<ref>[[Marsha Goodman]] (1989). Episode Call Sheet and SAG Report - "[[Transcendental Tourists]]" (1989).</ref>
 
*The voice was provided by [[Dave Coulier]], [[Buster Jones]], and [[Frank Welker]].<ref>[[Marsha Goodman]] (1989). Episode Call Sheet and SAG Report - "[[Transcendental Tourists]]" (1989).</ref>
*The concept was never finished. The plan was to carve the presidents down to their waists and carve a grand staircase in the back which would be a museum describing the presidents. However, in 1941 the public's attention shifted to the Second World War and funding for Mount Rushmore was cut off. As a result, the project was terminated.
 
   
 
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Latest revision as of 23:53, March 26, 2020


Mount Rushmore [1] is a granite mountain range near Keystone, South Dakota. It is famous for featuring sculptures of Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln and is classified as a national monument.

HistoryEdit

During a brief feud between a Spectral Family and some of the Ghostbusters, the tipping point was when the ghosts possessed Mount Rushmore and sang. Since they couldn't shoot the monument, Peter Venkman and Winston Zeddemore shot lower and created a large dust plume to force the ghosts out. [2] A week later, Slimer and the Ghostbusters depart South Dakota to return to New York. They looked back and saw the monument was once again animated, and figured the ghosts were up to their old tricks. However, this time the four presidents said "Goodbye!" to the Ghostbusters, then the Spectrals departed for their home.

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The Real Ghostbusters

ReferencesEdit

  1. Winston Zeddemore (2009). The Real Ghostbusters - "Transcendental Tourists" (1989) (DVD ts. 14:50-14:52). Time Life Entertainment. Winston says: "Check it out guys, Mount Rushmore."
  2. Winston Zeddemore (2009). The Real Ghostbusters - "Transcendental Tourists" (1989) (DVD ts. 23:25-23:27). Time Life Entertainment. Winston says: "You can't shoot it, man! That's a national monument!"
  3. Marsha Goodman (1989). Episode Call Sheet and SAG Report - "Transcendental Tourists" (1989).


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