Airdate: Inside Story: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

Inside Story looks back at a pop-culture classic.

Next to Breakfast Club, the 1986 film Ferris Bueller’s Day Off was one of John Hughes’ finest works.

Next month Inside Story looks back at a pop-culture classic with interviews and behind the scenes footage.

Save Ferris!

In June of 1986, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, a teen age coming-of-age comedy from writer/director John Hughes hit theaters and found an enthusiastic reception from viewers and critics alike. The film owed its success to the note perfect John Hughes script and the sly charm of its leading man. Hear the story of this buoyant ode to being young and alive through all new interviews with key members of cast and crew, including Ferris himself, Matthew Broderick, as well as classic clips, outtakes and behind the scenes footage.

Friday July 13 at 8.30pm on BIO.

3 Responses

  1. Anyone,anyone ….
    Ah Ferris one of my many fav movies, watched it more times than I care to remember. So many great scenes and lines some of the best lines coming from Jennifer Grey’s character.

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