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From ‘Groundhog Day’ to ‘Ghostbusters’: Bill Murray’s Greatest Hits

With six more weeks of winter to go, see ten of Bill Murray's greatest hits, from Groundhog Day to Ghostbusters.

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As Phil the weather man, doomed to spend eternity re-living Groundhog Day, Murray gets gluttonous at breakfast with Rita (Andie MacDowell).
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Murray had his first run-in with a groundhog in 1980, when he starred alongside Rodney Dangerfield and Chevy Chase in "Caddyshack."
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Who you gonna call? Why, Bill Murray of course. Along with co-horts Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd and Ernie Hudson who comprised the original "Ghostbusters" in 1984.
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Hard to blame Murray's character in "Lost in Translation" for facing a mid-life crisis when starring opposite Scarlett Johansson.
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Murray portrayed the patient from hell alongside Richard Dreyfuss in 1991's "What About Bob?"
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Bill Murray is arrested by actress P.J. Soles in the 1981 film "Stripes."
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Murray co-starred alongside Woody Harrelson and a memorable hairpiece in 1996's "Kingpin."
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Years before camp became a hallmark of film comedy in "Wet Hot American Summer," Murray starred as Tripper, a camp counselor with a mission to make the summer fun, in "Meatballs."
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'Scrooged" was Murray's first starring role after "Ghostbusters."
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Who would've thought pairing two comedy greats like Murray and Melissa McCarthy in 2014's "St. Vincent" would produce such a sentimental hit?
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