Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986)

The Sausage King of Chicago

Ferris (Matthew Broderick) poses as “Abe Froman” in order to get a table, and won’t back down even when the snooty Maitre D’ (Jonathan Schmock) catches him in his lie.

Directed by John Hughes.

Released in 1986 by Paramount.

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  • character-type: Yuppie
  • character-type: Host
  • character-type: Teenager
  • action: Call
  • action: Fake
  • action: Argue
  • editors-choice: Douche Bags
  • editors-choice: Jerks
  • editors-choice: Hilarious!
  • primary-genre: Comedy
  • secondary-genre: Teen Comedies
  • secondary-genre: Comedy
  • mood: Funny
  • primary-occasion: Grab a Bite
  • secondary-occasion: Lunch
  • prop: Telephone
  • prop: Phone
  • setting: Restaurant
  • setting: Chicago
  • theme: Attitude
  • theme: Authority
  • theme: Dishonesty
  • theme: Deception
  • theme: Accountability
  • actor: Mia Sara
  • actor: Alan Ruck
  • actor: Jonathan Schmock
  • actor: Matthew Broderick
  • director: John Hughes
  • producer: Jane Vickerilla
  • producer: John Hughes
  • producer: Michael Chinich
  • cinematographer: Tak Fujimoto
  • composer: Ira Newborn
  • composer: John Robie
  • costume-designer: Marilyn Vance
  • production-designer: John W. Corso
  • role-name: Sloane Peterson
  • role-name: Chez Quis Maitre D'
  • role-name: Ferris Bueller
  • role-name: Cameron Frye
  • screenwriter: John Hughes
  • year: 1986
  • studio: Paramount