John Hughes directed and wrote: Sixteen Candles (1984); Weird Science (1985); The Breakfast Club (1985); Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986) She's Having a Baby (1988); Planes, Trains & Automobiles (1987); Curly Sue (1991). He wrote: National Lampoon's Class Reunion (1982); National Lampoon's Vacation (1983); Nate and Hayes (1983); Mr. Mom (1983); National Lampoon's European Vacation (1985); Pretty in Pink (1986); Some Kind of Wonderful (1987); The Great Outdoors (1988); National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (1989); Home Alone (1990); Dutch (1991); Career Opportunities (1991); Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992); Dennis the Menace (1993); Miracle on 34th Street (1994); Baby's Day Out (1994); 101 Dalmatians (1996); Home Alone 3 (1997); Flubber (1997); Reach the Rock (1998); The Visitors (2000). He produced Only the Lonely (1991).
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A.V. Club - Last Thoughts on John Hughes
Various writers reflect on the films of John Hughes, and remember what they evoked of their own teenage years
Brooklyn Vegan - RIP, John Hughes
Remembrance and tribute playlist of music featured in the films of John Hughes, by Matt Graves.
Chicago Sun-Times - John Hughes Jr. Obituary
Obituary of the man whose career began as an advertising copywriter in Chicago, going on to become an internationally-known screenwriter, producer and director.
Chicago Tribune - Filmmaker Hughes Dead at 59
Obituary of John Hughes with links to memory book, photos, video and related stories.
Chicago Tribune Obituaries - John Hughes
Obituary and guest book for John Hughes, providing online condolences and tributes.
The CineFiles - The John Hughes Films
Online talk show episodes (two parts) about the films of John Hughes.
The Daily Beast - Remembering John Hughes
Watch clips of Ferris Bueller's Day Off and other great movies from the legendary director John Hughes. Includes gallery of his muses then and now.
Entertainment Weekly - John Hughes Remembered: Stars from 'Bueller,' 'Pretty in Pink,' and More Pay Tribute
Friends and colleagues remember John Hughes: Jon Cryer (Duckie from ‘Pretty in Pink’), Kevin Bacon (Jake from ‘She’s Having a Baby’), Bill Paxton (Chet from ‘Weird Science’), Jeffrey Jones (Principal Ed Rooney from ‘Ferris Bueller’), Alan Ruck (Cameron from ‘Ferris Bueller’), Lea Thompson (Amanda from ‘Some Kind of Wonderful’), Kelly Lynch (Grey from ‘Curly Sue’), Harold Ramis (director of Hughes-penned ‘Vacation’), Beverly D'Angelo (Ellen Griswold in ‘Vacation’), Daniel Stern (burglar in Hughes-penned ‘Home Alone’), Chris Columbus (director of ‘Home Alone’).
Entertainment Weekly - John Hughes: 20 Key Movies
Photo gallery of scenes from twenty films of writer-director John Hughes.
Facebook - RIP John Hughes, We Love You!
Fansite welcoming comments, memories and photos.
The Guardian - John Hughes
Collected news articles and photos of John Hughes and his films.
IMDb - John Hughes
Profile and filmography as writer, director, producer and actor.
LA Times - John Hughes Dies at 59; Writer-Director of '80s Teen Films
Obituary by Dennis McClellan.
Legacy.com Memorial Websites - John Hughes
Provides biography, obituary and guestbook.
The New York Times - John Hughes
Collection of recent and archived news and commentary, photographs, multimedia and selected web resources about the film writer, director and producer.
Newsweek - PopVox: Director John Hughes, Dead at 59 - A Life in YouTube
"In memory of Hughes and in honor of his still highly popular oeuvre, we pay tribute with these YouTube scenes."
Rolling Stone - Remembering John Hughes: A Teenager At Heart
Movie critic Peter Travers lights sixteen candles in honor of indelible John Hughes movie moments
Rolling Stone Flashback: A Look Back at the Great John Hughes
Video clips of some of the best music moments in the teen films of John Hughes.
Rotten Tomatoes - Celebrity Profile: John Hughes
Profile of screenwriter, director and producer John Hughes includes filmography, photo galleries, and tomatometer lists and graphs.
Washington Post - Most Likely to Understand
Hank Stuever's remembrance of John Hughes and his films about teenagers. Includes related articles, Jen Chaney's Q&A with pen pal Alison Byrne Fields, photos and forum.
We'll Know When We Get There - Sincerely, John Hughes
Blog entry by Alison Byrne Fields about John Hughes and their two year pen-pal relationship when she was a teenager.
Wikipedia - John Hughes (filmmaker)
Crowd-sourced encyclopedia article about the writer, director and producer perhaps best known as the 'teen movie king' and the writer and producer of Home Alone.
YouTube - John Hughes 80s Montage *RIP*
Clips from a collection of films by John Hughes, set to 'Baba O'Riley' (Teenage Wasteland).
YouTube - John Hughes Tribute at the Oscars 2010
Non-Flash video of Matthew Broderick, Jon Cryer, Macaulay Culkin, Anthony Michael Hall, Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy paying tribute to the late filmmaker John Hughes.
YouTube - John Hughes Tribute Award Film 1991
Tribute film made at the height of John Hughes's career when he was named 1991 Producer of the Year by the National Association of Movie Theater Owners.
John Hughes Tribute at The 82nd Academy Awards Ceremony 2010
Video of the Oscar tribute to John Hughes presented by the iconic actors in his films. (March 07, 2010)
MTV - Why John Hughes Still Matters
Susannah Gora, author of a book about John Hughes, provides a few of the reasons the late writer/producer/director inspired a touching Oscars tribute. (March 07, 2010)
Vanity Fair - Sweet Bard of Youth
Talking to the late John Hughes’s sons and Brat Pack favorites, David Kamp finds the writer-director was an amalgam of all his now classic characters. (March 01, 2010)
The Huffington Post - Kevin Smokler: John Hughes: 'The Audacity of Empathy'
John Hughes captured "an adolescence to be learned from instead of suffered through and forgotten, where parents and their teenagers tried to do right, even though they couldn't always do good, and, in the end, understood that We Are Not Alone." (August 18, 2009)
Huffington Post - The Early Ferris Bueller: Remembering John Hughes' Years in Advertising
Robert Nolan, retired Vice Chairman of Creative Services at Leo Burnett, reminisces about the years when the filmmaker worked for him. (August 11, 2009)
Huffington Post - Remembering John Hughes
Alec Baldwin's remembrance of filmmaker John Hughes, especially his enthusiasm about his work and his humor. (August 08, 2009)
BBC News - Hughes' Memorable Film Moments
A look at some of John Hughes' best-loved movies, which have endured as cult classics. Includes link to his obituary. (August 07, 2009)
People - Stars, Collaborators Remember John Hughes
Actors, colleagues and friends remember John Hughes, personally and professionally. (August 07, 2009)
Vimeo - BBC 5 Interview Sincerely, John Hughes
BBC 5 interview with Alison Byrne Fields about her blog describing her two-year pen pal relationship with filmmaker John Hughes. (August 07, 2009)
Chicago Sun-Times - John Hughes: In Memory
Film critic Roger Ebert remembers John Hughes and the international popularity of his films. (August 06, 2009)
LA Times - John Hughes: The Soundtrack to a Generation
"A great teen movie needs a soundtrack. Youth is captured better in song than on film, and behind every brain, athlete, basket case, princess or a criminal is a score. John Hughes knew how to find it." (August 06, 2009)
AFI - John Hughes Talks About Casting 'The Breakfast Club'
In this exclusive clip from the American Film Institute Archive, Director John Hughes tells an audience of AFI Conservatory Fellows how he cast some key roles in the 1980s classic. (2:05) (May 01, 1985)
AFI - John Hughes, 1950-2009 (1 of 2)
Part 1 of the podcast of a 1985 interview and Q&A with John Hughes, from the American Film Institute's Harold Lloyd Master Seminar series. (May 01, 1985)
AFI - John Hughes, 1950-2009 (2 of 2)
Part 2 of the podcast of a 1985 interview and Q&A with John Hughes, from the American Film Institute's Harold Lloyd Master Seminar series. (May 01, 1985)