(1973-74) Radio: Was a cast member of "The National Lampoon Radio Hour"
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[on Lost in Translation
(2003)] Many people say, "Do you think this is offensive to the Japanese?" Well, I know the Japanese are laughing more at the Americanisms than we are laughing at the Japanese-isms... they love watching the stupidity of the foreigner in Tokyo. They're not offended at all. They know that the bowing is funny and that their language is impenetrable to the rest of the world.
Was a frequent collaborator with Harold Ramis
throughout the 1980s, but their working relationship ended during the filming of Groundhog Day
(1993) due to differing views on what the film should be: Ramis claims that Murray wanted the film to be more philosophical, while Ramis himself simply meant for it to be a comedy. Ramis also cites that Murray's personal problems at the time (namely the ...
During the early years of his career, he frequently played loud, sarcastic, and often rude and mean, anti-heroes (Meatballs
(1980), the two Ghostbusters films, Groundhog Day