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Ferris

Discussion in 'TV Show Forum' started by johna, Oct 16, 2003.

  1. johna

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    Does anyone know the name of the tune that accomponied them going into the art gallery on Ferris Bueller's Day Off?

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    If you listen to the directors commentry I think it tells you.
     
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    Does it? I thought I'd listened and can't remember him saying - I'll listen again tonight.
     
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    That would be "Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want" by The Dream Academy.

    Fantastic scene :smashin:
     
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    I read the other day that one of the actors who played one of the Highschool teenagers was well into his 30's when it was filmed.

    I wasn't sure who it was though - was it Ferris's best mate ? Anyone know ?
     
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    Alan Ruck (who played Cameron) was born in 1956, meaning he was 29/30 when Ferris Bueller came out in 86.

    Didn't believe it when I found out.
     
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    Doesn't he play a part in some sitcom on sky/bravo/paramount, something like that anyway? :confused:

    He's got grey hair and looks well old!

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    he was in spin city, can't believe he was that age when he played Cameron though!:eek:
     
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    They just looked like 18yr old kids!

    Matthew Broderick would have been 24/25 as well!

    :p
     
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    I think Broderick has got a naturally 'young' looking face if you know what I mean.

    Got me thinking about Michael J Fox, as he always appears to me to be the same age as he was in Back to the Future in all his later films. Looks like he was born in 61 and Back to the Future was 85, putting him at 24 at the time. How old are American Highschool students supposed to be anyway ?
     
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    I think Broderick has got a naturally 'young' looking face if you know what I mean.

    Got me thinking about Michael J Fox, as he always appears to me to be the same age as he was in Back to the Future in all his later films. Looks like he was born in 61 and Back to the Future was 85, putting him at 24 at the time. How old are American Highschool students supposed to be anyway ?
     

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