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MJN Studios [1] is a motion picture production facility located somewhere in New York.

HistoryEdit

Before the 1980s, MJN Studios produced hit classics such as "The Pirate of Zinda" and "Gangsters on Broadway." [2] [3] As time went on, ghosts of actors connected to the studios appeared in the back lot on occasion. Artie Grendel used it to stage an ambush and capture the Ghostbusters for his Ghost Actors. The three ghosts armed themselves with Proton Packs and chased the guys through various sets. Ray Stantz used Egon's P.K.E. Meter to summon the studio's ghosts. As he predicted, they were heroes in their movies and thus heroes in the afterlife. They helped the Ghostbusters capture the villainous ghosts then rode off into the sunset.

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TriviaEdit

  • One of Ray's hopes was to go to MJN Studios. [4]
  • On page 11 of Ghostbusters Issue #8, there is an advertisement on the taxi for MJN Studios.

AppearancesEdit

The Real Ghostbusters

ReferencesEdit

  1. Ray Stantz (2009). The Real Ghostbusters - "Lights! Camera! Haunting!" (1987) (DVD ts. 1:45-1:49). Time Life Entertainment. Ray says: "It's enough for me to see the inside of the MJN Studios."
  2. Ray Stantz (2009). The Real Ghostbusters - "Lights! Camera! Haunting!" (1987) (DVD ts. 11:24-11:28). Time Life Entertainment. Ray says: "Douglas Flynn was imprisoned here in "The Pirate of Zinda"."
  3. Ray Stantz (2009). The Real Ghostbusters - "Lights! Camera! Haunting!" (1987) (DVD ts. 15:38-15:43). Time Life Entertainment. Ray says: "Hey, this is the wall where Clark Tracy got it in "Gangsters on Broadway"."
  4. Ray Stantz (2009). The Real Ghostbusters - "Lights! Camera! Haunting!" (1987) (DVD ts. 10:01-10:04). Time Life Entertainment. Ray says: "You know for years I dreamed of this moment?"


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