This is our full interview from 2010 with comedy guru Harold Ramis just after Landmarks Illinois declared him a Legendary Landmark for his "extraordinary contributions to Chicago's civic and cultural skyline." It includes 38-minutes of never before heard conversation with the filmmaker who brought us movies like Groundhog Day, Caddyshack, Multiplicity, National Lampoon's Vacation, Analyze This, the films he wrote and starred in, Ghostbusters, Animal House, Meatballs, Stripes, and many more.
From his memories growing up in Chicago, to stories about the film industry, to his reasons for relocating to the North Shore, this 42-minute conversation is a wonderful look at the humor, warmth, and candor he brought into a room full of people he'd only just met.
Absolutely one of our favorite interviews. Harold Ramis will be greatly missed.