Ghostbusters
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Erin Gilbert: Proton guns are all well and good, but sometimes you need the Swiss Army.

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Erin Gilbert: I'm not good in a fight.
Abby Yates: Well, here's your chance to work on that.

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Patty Tolan: That's where I saw that weird sparking thing.
Jillian Holtzmann: What was it?
Patty Tolan: Baby, if I knew what is was, I wouldn't have called it a 'weird sparking thing'.

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Jillian Holtzmann: You guys, this is exactly how I pictured my death.

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Cabbie: I ain't afraid of no ghosts.

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Patty Tolan: [As a ghost leaves on the subway.] I guess he's going to Queens - he's going to be the third scariest thing on that train.

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Kevin: Can I bring my cat to work? He has terrible anxiety problems.
Abby Yates: Oh, I'd love to let you bring your cat to work, but I have a terrible cat allergy.
Kevin: I don't have a cat. He's a dog. His name is My Cat.
Abby Yates: You named your dog My Cat?
Kevin: Mike Hat.
Erin Gilbert: First name Mike, last name Hat?
Kevin: Well, his full name is Michael Hat.

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Erin Gilbert: That stuff went everywhere, by the way. In every crack.

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Mistakes

After the meeting with the ghost of the mansion Erin hugs Abby and she gets the ectoplasm from her, but in the next shot it disappears.

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Trivia

The "Demonic Balloons" that attack the Ghostbusters are almost direct re-creations of real Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade balloons from the 1930's. The filmmakers decided to use the real designs in order to represent the "spirits" of New York's history... and also because they were quite eerie and unsettling.

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