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    August 8, 2009


    The teen movie legend, John Hughes has passed away at the age of 59 after suffering from heart attack. The legendary writer, director and producer was best known for his 80's teen movies like The Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller's Day Off and Weird Science, as well as National Lampoon's Vacation.

    Born in Michigan on February 18 1950, he is a good writer, that perhaps had helped to rewritten many bad films before he sees his own potential. His run of 16 films as writer and 7 as directors gave an incredible run during the 80's before his last work in 1991's Curly Sue. After that, he spent most of his last 18 years as a farmer, retiring from directing.

    Over the last few years, he still managed to pen some screenplays that include Jennifer Lopez and Ralph Fiennes starring Maid In Manhattan. Rest In Peace (RIP) to Mr John Hughes, although we may not familiar with your 80's movies but I'm sure you will always been remembered. He is survived by his wife (Nancy Ludwig), John Hughes III and James Hughes (sons).

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