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10 Tiny Details Most People Miss In 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off'

There are some movies we can't help but watch over and over, and one of those is Ferris Bueller's Day Off.But endlessly rewatching the classic comedy has taught us a lot.Thanks to Ferris, we all know how to fake being sick, we can recognize pointillism, and we know what a Von Steuben Day parade is. Still, no matter how many times you've watched the movie, there are some blink-and-you'll-miss-them details that speed right past you.Here are 10 you probably never noticed:1. Ferris has three siblingsParamount PicturesNotice anything strange about the family portrait on Mr. Bueller's desk?

80s

Turns Out That The Principal From 'Ferris Bueller's Day' Off Really Was A Dirt Bag In Real Life

Ferris Bueller's Day Off was one of the true classic movies to come out of the 80s. When you actually sit down and break down the plot line of the movie, you realize that Principal Rooney, played by actor Jeffrey Jones, really wasn't the villain of the movie. He was just trying to do his job and Ferris was making his life a living hell. ShmoopTo be honest, even I felt bad about how his character was portrayed, that is until I found out the truth about the man behind the character. famousbirthdays.comIn November 2001, Jones's home was searched

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Two Of The '80s Biggest Stars Were In A Fatal Car Crash And We Somehow Forgot All About It

The classic ‘80s comedy Ferris Bueller’s Day Off made true movie stars out of Matthew Broderick and Jennifer Grey, but it was also the beginning of a Hollywood romance that would thrive in secret and end in tragedy. MirrorThe couple felt an attraction on the film’s set, but kept their relationship out of the public eye. At 25, Broderick had quickly become one of the decade’s biggest stars with a string of hits including WarGames, Ladyhawke, and finally Ferris Bueller. Grey, 27, had stood out in Red Dawn, but playing Ferris’s sister Jeannie really made her