Jennifer Grey, one of the stars of the 1986 John Hughes classic "Ferris Bueller's Day Off", on Saturday shared some behind the scenes, throwback photos from the set of the film that should give you a good wave of nostalgia.
Joining Gad in the new episode are Matthew Broderick (WarGames, Godzilla, Election), Alan Ruck (Succession), Mia Sara (Legend, Timecop), Golden Globe nominee Jennifer Grey (Dirty Dancing), who portrayed the roles of Ferris, Cameron, Sloane and Jeanie, respectively, and more! This includes other cast members Cindy Pickett (Katie Bueller), Lyman Ward (Tom Bueller), and - of course - Ben Stein, who famously plays the economics teacher that utters the often-quoted line, "Bueller?"
Josh Gad gets the cast of Ferris Bueller's Day Off together. Critically acclaimed and a tremendous box office success, the movie is widely considered to be among the very best comedy movies of all time.
In the video (watch a snippet above), the group reminisced about their favourite scenes from the movie, what it was like filming together and some of the nonsense they got up to behind-the-scenes. Kenny Ortega, who choreographed the iconic Chicago parade, also appears. Gad's Reunited Apart kicked off the donations with $25,000, encouraging viewers to do the same.
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