"I was worried that I'd be 10 years out of step, and I wouldn't know anything about what was cool, what was hip, all that junk.
But when I was going to high school, I didn't know any of that stuff then, either. The character, he's such a loner that he really wouldn't give a damn about that stuff anyway.
It was once owned by photographer Ben Rose, who had a car collection in the pavilion.
In the film Cameron's father is portrayed as owning a Ferrari 250 GT California in the same pavilion.
It's in the wrong place.' Originally, the parade sequence came before the museum sequence, but I realized that the parade was the highlight of the day, there was no way we could top it, so it had to be the last thing before the three kids go home.He almost fell out of his chair when I told him I was only 18." According to Hughes, the character of Cameron was largely based on a friend of his in high school. His family neglected him, so he took that as license to really pamper himself.When he was legitimately sick, he actually felt good, because it was difficult and tiring to have to invent diseases but when he actually had something, he was relaxed." Ruck, then 29, worried about the age difference.It was successfully pitched the following day to Paramount Studios chief Ned Tanen.Tanen was intrigued by the concept, but wary that the Writers Guild of America was hours away from picketing the studio.