Buelllllerrrrrr!!! How well do you remember the crazy day off Ferris had with his friends? Take this quiz and find out!
Ferris Bueller's Day Off was released on June 11, 1986.
Matthew Broderick earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor for his role in this movie.
Ferris Bueller's Day Off brought in more than $70 million at the box office!
Ferris has a bit of the senior slump!
Ferris attends a suburban Chicago high school, but travels into the city on his day off.
Jeannie is younger than Ferris and suspicious of his antics.
Edward Rooney is portrayed by actor Jeffrey Jones.
Jennifer Grey was the winner of the 11th season of Dancing With the Stars in 2010.
Cameron Frye was portrayed by actor Alan Ruck.
Cameron is pessimistic and gets caught up in Ferris' games.
Sloan Peterson is played by actress Mia Sara.
Ferris convinces Cameron to let him drive his dad's 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California.
They were collecting donations in honor of Ferris, and his sister was furious!
They pull up in Cameron's dad's car and Ferris is disguised as her father.
Grace was portrayed by actress Edie McClurg who has a very cheery voice!
The role as Ferris' monotone teacher is known for launching Ben Stein's career!
The two parking attendants then take the Ferrari for a joy ride, logging many miles on the car!
They did however visit the Chicago Mercantile Exchange!
Ferris used the name Abe Froman to gain a table at a French restaurant for lunch.
Mr. Rooney encounters Jeannie at the house - she kicks him and calls the police.
Jeannie is arrested for prank calling on an intruder - Mr. Rooney.
Charlie Sheen's character tells Jeannie to loosen up a bit and stop worrying about her brother.
Her mom is not happy about this!
He starts off by lip-syncing to "Danke Schoen".
It was the Beatles' rendition of the song.
He and Ferris try to reverse the odometer by running the car in reverse.
The gummy bear was in her pocket.
Following her role in Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Jennifer Grey starred in Dirty Dancing.
Jeannie spots Ferris out on the street walking home and then he books it home!
She throws it outside to where the family dog attacks Rooney again.
This is the most famous line from Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
Hughes is also known for other great works such as National Lampoon's Vacation, Sixteen Candles and Weird Science.
...and lands in a ravine! Totally destroyed.
He was taking roll call at the beginning of class - with no response.
Ed Rooney thinks he is on the other line with Ferris pretending to be Mr. Peterson who is asking to release Sloane due to the death of her grandmother! But when Ferris calls in, he is caught off guard.