As a human being with eyes and ears and so on, chances are you're a fan of Bill Murray. After all, what's not to like? He's charming, he's funny, he looks good sliding about on plastic sheets - he's the whole package.
So perhaps we shouldn't be surprised that publishers Belly Kids have announced a new Bill Murray colouring book for all you Bill Murray fans out there who enjoy not going over the lines.
But before you go pre-ordering a dozen for your younger relations, know this: there are swear words hidden in certain images. Take a look at the picture gallery below to see exactly what we mean...
"This is one time where television really fails to capture the true excitement of a large squirrel predicting the weather." From meeting Ned Ryerson to being slapped by Andie MacDowell, enjoy the best bits of weatherman Phil Connor's day-on-repeat.
Witty Ghostbuster Peter Venkman is possibly Murray's greatest on-screen creation - and while there are a wealth of classic Venkman moments to choose from, we just had to go for "Cats and dogs living together..."
'Bill Murray is back among the ghosts - only this time, it's three against one.' So ran the tagline for this '80s reworking of Charles Dickens' <em>A Christmas Carol</em>, now a seasonal favourite for just about everyone between the ages of 25 and 45.
Lost In Translation
We'd like to tell you what we think of <em>Lost In Translation</em> - but that would involve us whispering in your ear and everyone else wondering what we said. So instead, we give you... "Suntory time!"
Quite possibly the finest film about golf - though we realise there are very few contenders - <em>Caddyshack</em> was Harold '<em>Ghostbusters</em>/<em>Groundhog Day</em>' Ramis's first feature film. In it, Bill Murray plays greenskeeper Carl Spackler - who spends most of the movie trying to kill a gopher.
Hugely overlooked, the 1990 comedy <em>Quick Change</em> marked Murray's first - and so far only - foray into directing. And as this opening sequence shows: you can dress Bill Murry up as a clown - but he's still unmistakably, wonderfully, always Bill Murray.
Like the rest of the cast of this comedy classic, Bill Murray is note perfect as Dustin Hoffman's flatmate/confidante/pretentious fellow actor, Jeff. Check out this scene in which Jeff holds forth at a party - <a href="http://youtu.be/smTXkhM6v-Y" target="_hplink">and this one for his unforgettable "nutty hospital" one-liner</a>.
<em>Rushmore</em> didn't just bring Wes Anderson to everyone's attention - it also marked Bill Murray's move into 'serious' acting (albeit with a comedic twist. Always.) Here's one of our favourite moments, in which he takes to a diving board... with a cigarette and drink in hand. Of course.
Little Shop Of Horrors
A scene from the musical-turned-movie which doesn't just feature Bill Murray as a masochistic patient - but also Steve Martin as a sadistic dentist! Boom!
It's Bill Murray! Bowling in a wig! In a Farrelly brothers movie! Sorry - was I talking out loud?