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The John Hughes Yearbook

Most Popular: Blane McDonnagh

If there’s one thing Hughes’ has taught us, it is the power of popularity. 
“Pretty in Pink” Blane is not only a fox, but as most leaders either rule with fear or love, he chose the latter. (Photo: Paramount Pictures)
Most Popular: Blane McDonnagh If there’s one thing Hughes’ has taught us, it is the power of popularity. “Pretty in Pink” Blane is not only a fox, but as most leaders either rule with fear or love, he chose the latter. (Photo: Paramount Pictures)

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John Hughes’s lifetime accomplishments have been quite impressive: he made high school a ubiquitous movie setting for the 80s, quirky Molly Ringwald an icon of the decade, Macaulay Culkin America’s little golden boy, John Candy funny, and Matthew Broderick cool for God’s sake.

In an appropriate and fitting homage to the screenwriter, here is a John Hughes yearbook. After all, aren’t yearbooks the best way to prove to everyone that you are really, totally awesome?

So who is the most popular? Or class hearthrob? Class genius? Most likely to end up in prison?

Here is Part I.

See if they would have gotten your vote...

Click here to see Part II!

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