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Louis Tully (Character)
from Ghostbusters (1984)

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  1. "The Real Ghost Busters" Played by Rodger Bumpass
        - Busters in Toyland (1990) TV episode, Played by Rodger Bumpass
        - Afterlife in the Fast Lane (1990) TV episode, Played by Rodger Bumpass
        - The Ransom of Greenspud (1989) TV episode, Played by Rodger Bumpass
        - Kitty-Cornered (1989) TV episode, Played by Rodger Bumpass
        - Trading Faces (1989) TV episode, Played by Rodger Bumpass
          (7 more)

  2. Ghostbusters II (1989) Played by Rick Moranis
    ... aka "Ghostbusters 2" - USA (video box title)
  3. Ghostbusters (1984) Played by Rick Moranis
    ... aka "Ghost Busters" - USA (original title)

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Quotes:
From Ghostbusters (1984)
Woman at Party: [coming up to Louis during party] Do you have any Excedrin or extra-strength Tylenol?
Louis: [opening cabinet] Gee, I think all I got is acetylsalicylic acid, generic. See, I can get six hundred tablets of that for the same price as three hundred of a name brand. That makes good financial sense, good advice...
[takes platter back into living room]
Louis: Hey, this is real smoked salmon from Nova Scotia, Canada, $24.95 a pound! It only cost me $14.12 after tax, though.
[walks up to a hapless guest, speaking confidentially]
Louis: I'm givin' this whole thing as a promotional expense, that's why I invited clients instead of friends. You havin' a good time, Mark?
[heads across the room, greeting other guests]
Louis: How you doing? Why don't you have some of the brie, it's at room temperature!
[to the Tall Woman]
Louis: You think it's too warm in here for the brie?
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