Ferris Buellers Day Off (Ws)

Starring Alan Ruck, Matthew Broderick, Mia Sara
Directed by John Hughes

Warner Home Video | January 1, 2013 | DVD

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Conniving Shermer, Illinois, high school student Bueller spends his ninth school absence in the company of his kvetchy best friend, Cameron, and girlfriend Sloane, tearing through downtown Chicago on a mad quest for fun. The ruse seems perfect, right down to Cameron's dad's "borrowed" Ferrari, but Ferris's nemesis, high school principal Ed Rooney, is determined to bring the truants to justice.

Video Release: January 1, 2013

Studio: Warner Home Video

UPC: 883929307517

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Ferris Buellers Day Off (Ws)

Ferris Buellers Day Off (Ws)

Starring Alan Ruck, Matthew Broderick, Mia Sara
Directed by John Hughes

Video Release: January 1, 2013

Studio: Warner Home Video

UPC: 883929307517


Edition Description
  • Originally in English

Synopsis

Conniving Shermer, Illinois, high school student Bueller spends his ninth school absence in the company of his kvetchy best friend, Cameron, and girlfriend Sloane, tearing through downtown Chicago on a mad quest for fun. The ruse seems perfect, right down to Cameron's dad's "borrowed" Ferrari, but Ferris's nemesis, high school principal Ed Rooney, is determined to bring the truants to justice.

Description

Conniving Shermer, Ill. high school student Bueller spends his ninth school absence in the company of his kvetchy best friend Cameron and girlfriend Sloane, tearing through downtown Chicago on a mad quest for fun. The ruse seems perfect, right down to Cameron's dad's "borrowed" Ferrari, but Ferris' nemesis, high school principal Ed Rooney, is determined to bring the truants to justice.

Notes

Theatrical release: June 11, 1986. Filmed in and around Chicago, Illinois, including at Glenbrook North High School, Northbrook, IL, which is writer-director John Hughes's alma mater.