Ghostbusters Fort Detmerring Deleted Scene Released


If you are a fan of the Ghostbusters franchise, you will be among the many who have wanted to see the infamous Fort Detmerring deleted scenes. It’s been 35 years since the original film was released in 1984 and this is something many have asked for years for. On June 11, a limited edition 35th Anniversary edition Ghostbusters steelbook is being released. It will contain a 4k restoration of both Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters two.


Six Rare & Newly Unearthed Deleted Scenes, including the long-requested Fort Detmerring scenes!
Raw takes for the Central Park bums sequence
1984 ShoWest Exhibitor Reel, featuring Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd pitching an early reel of footage to theatrical exhibitors.
Full Ghostbusters TV Commercial from the film
Ghostbusters TV Commercial Outtakes
“A Moment With the Stars” – original press kit featurette
Original Domestic Teaser Trailer
Original Stereo Audio for the Feature (Blu-ray only)
Fan Commentary featuring Troy Benjamin and Chris Stewart (Interdimensional Crossrip podcast), Ashley Victoria Robinson (Geek History Lesson podcast), and Sean Bishop (Ghostbusters prop replica expert), moderated by Ghost Corps’ Eric Reich

Ghostbusters II

Commentary featuring Director Ivan Reitman, Star/Co-Writer Dan Aykroyd and Executive Producer Joe Medjuck
“The Oprah Winfrey Show: Cast of Ghostbusters II” – June 1989
Full Ghostbusters II Theatrical EPK
Rare Unfinished Teaser Trailer – featuring the full commercial from the film!
Original Stereo Audio for the Feature (Blu-ray only)

What is also included in this steelbook? The deleted Fort Detmerring scene which can be seen here.

Fans can also look forward to a new Ghostbusters, coming from Jason Reitman – son of original director Ivan Reitman. Reitman had helped dig up some of this unseen footage while working on the upcoming sequel. He explained during a panel this weekend:

“In making this movie, we found something kind of extraordinary. We went to Sony, and we said, ‘We’d really love to get back into the original dailies from 1984. Do you still have them?’ And we found them. They were in a mine in Kansas, and we shipped the boxes to Burbank. We’ve been going through the footage for reasons I cannot tell you, but along the way we found some really cool stuff.”

Let us know what you think of the deleted scene.