The Harold Ramis celebrity doll depicts him as Dr. Egon Spengler from the 1984 Ghostbuster movie. The doll was released in April 2010 by Mattel and retailed for about $60. Ramis was also writer for the Ghostbuster movies and sadly he passed away in February 2014 at the age of 69.
The Spengler action figure was part of the Matty Collector Ghostbusters 12 Inch Toy Line. The Ghostbusters 12 inch dolls were release individually in 2009 and 2010, follow by the Ghostbusters 2 sets of two dolls in 2011. Ghostbusters 2 Movie Masters 2-Pack with Winston Zeddemore and Peter Venkman and Ghostbusters 2 Movie Masters 2-Pack with Ray Stantz and Egon Spengler.
The Celebrity Doll Museum has the following Ghostbusters action figures in the collection.
The Harold Ramis doll comes wearing a one piece beige cotton jump suit with details like sewn on zipper pulls on the front and pockets, Spengler name tag, air hose outlet built in, Ghostbuster decal on the arm, and a Velcro closure up the back and shirt cuffs. Removable gray microfiber elbow pads/arm bands. A detailed white utility belt with black plastic miniature closures with black and silver doodads and holders is around the waist. Black plastic work boots and black gloved hands come on the action figure—both are removable. A spare set of ungloved hands comes in the accessories locker. Underneath the jumpsuit is a black cotton short sleeved t-shirt with a Velcro closure in the back. A PKE (Psychokinetic Energy) meter comes in the dolls hand.
The Ghostbusters proton backpack and blaster comes with 3 LR44 batteries installed and rotating red lights go off on the back when you push the button. The green backpack straps are miniature versions of real working plastic black buckles and nylon green strapping. The detail on the backpack is both complex and astounding.
The accessory locker includes a ghost trap with spring loaded working lid. Press a button on the back and the top pops open. It includes the particle accelerator, wand, walkie-talkie, a set of bare hands, and portable trap.
The Ramis action figure is articulated at the ankles, knees, hips, waist, shoulders, neck (tilts and turns), elbows, and wrists.
The plastic doll display box came enclosed in a white cardboard outer box.
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