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Ghostbusters 80s Movie T-shirts

Ghostbusters T-shirts

It still feels like only yesterday when those three eccentric parapsychologists (played by Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Rick Moranis) were running around on the big screen chasing ghosts in the Ghostbusters movie. Of course, it wasn't yesterday, it was way back in 1984, but those 34 years have really flown by!

Whether you're looking to dress-up for Halloween, or even an 80s or retro movie party, these Ghostbusters T-shirts will be ideal for helping you to create your look. They're also great for just wearing casually when the party's over, of course, so you can get good value for money out of them if you're a tight ar*e like me!
Ghostbusters 80s movie logo T-shirt
Ghostbusters 80s Logo T-shirt for Adults
My top choice is this unofficial design featuring the original 1984 logo by Postees on Amazon. This tee is an all round winner in terms of both price and positive customer feedback, and I particularly like the size of the logo and clean design. It's available in adult sizes from small to XXL and is 100% cotton. 

Ghostbusters Glow in the Dark T-shirt
Ghostbusters Glow in the Dark T-shirt
Now this wins the award for the coolest T-shirt. Imagine walking around on Halloween with a glowing Ghostbusters logo on your chest! This official design by Old Glory is available on Amazon in sizes Small to XXL.

Another store where you'll find some very original and unique designs by independent artists is Redbubble. They ship worldwide and the prices are pretty competitive these days.

I've picked out a few of my favourite designs below, and a particular favourite is the Trumpbusters tee, allowing you to show "I ain't afraid of no Trump!".
Ghostbusters Logo T-shirt

Ghostbusters Vintage Distressed Look T-shirt
Ghostbusters Vintage Distressed Look T-shirt
If you prefer your T-shirt to look like you have been wearing it since the mid eighties, then this design will be perfect for you. This crew neck tee for adults is available in 13 colours for sizes S to XXL.
Red and White Ghostbusters Ringer T-shirt
Ghostbusters Retro Ringer T-shirt
A ringer T-shirt is always a good choice for a retro 80s look, and I particularly like this one which comes in four adult sizes. It's certainly a head-turner!

I discovered these unique designs at Zazzle...

Well, I hope I have given you plenty of T-shirt ideas in this post.

You may also like the Ghostbusters T-shirts page at Simplyeighties.com.

I can also recommend checking out Etsy who have a substantial range of tees at very competitive prices.

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