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The Halloween Door 

Crowley is the chairman of Citizens United Against Halloween. When the Ghostbusters refuse to join forces with him, Crowley by mistake opens the Halloween Door and breaks the underworld's ancient contract of imprisonment.

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Dr. Peter Venkman (voice)
Buster Jones ...
Winston Zeddemore (voice)
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Dr. Egon Spengler (voice) (as Maurice La Marche)
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Dr. Raymond Stantz / Slimer (voice)
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Janine Melnitz / Lynn Stacy / Irma (voice)
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Louis Tully / Fairweather (voice) (as Roger Bumpass)
Brian O'Neal ...
Boogaloo (voice)
Michael Rye ...
Dr. Crowley (voice)
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Crowley is the chairman of Citizens United Against Halloween. When the Ghostbusters refuse to join forces with him, Crowley by mistake opens the Halloween Door and breaks the underworld's ancient contract of imprisonment.

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29 October 1989 (USA)  »

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Original songs by episode writer J. Michael Straczynski and Bryan O'Neal (voice of Boogaloo). O'Neal and his band, The Bus Boys, performed "Cleanin' Up the Town" for the original Ghostbusters (1984). See more »

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While confronting Boogaloo outside a movie theater, Peter and Ray's uniforms briefly have the Ghostbusters logo on the left shoulder instead of the right. See more »


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GHOSTBUSTERS
Written by Ray Parker Jr.
Performed by John Smith
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Average episode
28 October 2016 | by (Co, Derry, Northern Ireland) – See all my reviews

There are a couple of things I don't like about this episode.

1. Crowley's head that resembles Frankenstein's monster. It's just too distracting. Maybe the reason he wants to get rid of Halloween was because of all the kids said he looked like the monster.

Yeah, the plot where he tries to get rid of Halloween with a laser beam is just........ really?

It's just a little too out there. Even for The Real Ghostbusters standards.

2. The songs. Good Lord. Musical numbers in Ghostbusters? Really?

The one in the school was just embarrassing. And what, the Ghostbusters are doing magic tricks?

But the episode does have it's moments. The bit where Slimer is dressed up as Peter and Peter dressed up as Slimer, actually slimes the green turd.

Also, when Boogaloo came into the city and makes it dark and nightmaric is also good.

Overall, not bad, but it did break a couple of rules in The Real Ghostbusters universe.


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