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Stay Puft Marshmallow Man - Reinterpretation of Movie Events
... Ghostbusters Spooktacular stage show in Universal Studios, Florida, the ending battle with Stay Puft has the Ghostbusters destroying him directly, rather than firing at the portal ... locations, where after enough of them have collected they would form the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, and he could destroy some of the nearby buildings ... the Zuul Building, the player could then go to it and would find Stay Puft moving back and forth blocking the entrance ...
Ghostbusters (franchise) - Universe - Characters - The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man
... The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, mascot for the fictional company Stay Puft Marshmallows, becomes the chosen form of Gozer after Stantz thinks about ... Stay Puft also makes appearances in the animated series The Real Ghostbusters as a friendly ghost, and returns to attack New York in Ghostbusters The Video Game ... Stay Puft was inspired by Peter O'Boyle, a security guard at Columbia Pictures whom director Reitman met filming his previous movie, Spacehunter Adventures in the Forbidden Zone ...
Stay Puft Marshmallow Man - Merchandise, Models and Toys
... in specialized monster kits such as those by Tsukuda, who made models of both Stay Puft and the Terror Dog from the first movie ... This was the biggest version of Stay Puft to date 20 inches tall, and covered in a soft foam covering ... July 2011, Diamond Select Toys (DST) released a 7 inch light-up statue version of Stay Puft, followed in October by a Statue of Liberty based on the ...

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