Vanity Fair on John Hughes

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  • Twofingeredtypist
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    Reading this made me pick up Sixteen Candles and Pretty in Pink on DVD.

    I'd love to know what tracks made up the i-Pod he sent to John Candy's son and was subsequently used for Hughes's funeral service...

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  • Kevan
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    Originally posted by Madbandit View Post
    David Kamp did an in-depth article on the father of 1980s teen films. I liked the first sentence, which should be the mantra of every writer: "John Hughes never stopped writing."

    http://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/...-hughes-201003
    Beautiful article..

    Written with love and respect for the man, his life, family and his work..

    Good stuff..

    Reading that you realize how prolific he was..

    I have some fond memories of his movies.. They had a universal appeal.. Says a lot for his talent as a story-teller..

    Thanks for the memories..

    Inspirational..

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  • Madbandit
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    The Oscars ceremonies are going to do a special tribute to the man. http://www.slashfilm.com/2010/02/17/...oscar-tribute/

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  • Scripted77
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    Good stuff. Thanks for posting.

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  • Nick3232
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    Originally posted by Madbandit View Post
    David Kamp did an in-depth article on the father of 1980s teen films. I liked the first sentence, which should be the mantra of every writer: "John Hughes never stopped writing."

    http://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/...-hughes-201003
    Thanks! This is a great article with a nice slideshow.

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  • Madbandit
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    Vanity Fair on John Hughes

    David Kamp did an in-depth article on the father of 1980s teen films. I liked the first sentence, which should be the mantra of every writer: "John Hughes never stopped writing."

    http://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/...-hughes-201003
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