Home » Arts & Entertainment » Humor » Bill Murray once drove a taxi cab so that the cab driver could spend time playing saxophone in the backseat. The cab driver mentioned that he never had time to play his sax since he had to work 14 hours a day. Murray took the driver’s seat so that he could finally play some tunes.

Bill Murray once drove a taxi cab so that the cab driver could spend time playing saxophone in the backseat. The cab driver mentioned that he never had time to play his sax since he had to work 14 hours a day. Murray took the driver’s seat so that he could finally play some tunes.

Bill Murray drove a taxi while cabbie played sax

The Toronto Film Festival proclaimed Friday Bill Murray Day, with a tribute to the star and free public screenings of “Ghostbusters” and “Groundhog Day.” And he lived up to his reputation at a packed Q&A with fans by giving a glimpse into the quirky mind of Murray.

The star, wearing red pants, a plaid shirt and furry winter hat, even though the temperature was 90 degrees, arrived on stage at the Bell Lightbox theater and revealed that “Ghostbusters” was originally written by Dan Aykroyd for John Belushi.

“[Dan] wrote the original treatment for him and Belushi,” Murray recalled, adding, “But John passed away. [Dan] had to look for someone, and I was in the neighborhood,” he joked. “The only thing is, we miss John.”

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