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See 'Ghostbusters' outside Dalí Museum

 Decked out as cosmic crusaders and ready to do battle with New York City's vaporous villains are (l-r) Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray and Ernie Hudson in  "Ghostbusters."

Decked out as cosmic crusaders and ready to do battle with New York City's vaporous villains are (l-r) Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray and Ernie Hudson in "Ghostbusters."

If you ain't afraid of no ghosts, head to the Dalí Museum's Cult Classics summer movie series showing of Ghostbusters, celebrating its 30th anniversary. You'll be joined by the fearless Real Tampa Bay Ghostbusters — an organization dedicated to community outreach — who will be dressed appropriately in their ghost-busting costumes (photo op!). No word on an appearance from the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, but we can hope one of the food trucks will do s'mores. The 1984 film will be shown free at sunset Tuesday outdoors on the patio of the museum's Avant-garden, along with a cash bar and games. (No pets, coolers, outside food or beverages.) The rest of the summer lineup is Wayne's World (July 15), Airplane (Aug. 19) and Fight Club (Sept. 23). The museum galleries will be closed during the films.

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