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When he wasn’t writing creatively, he was writing about how much writing he was doing. So when Hughes died suddenly of a heart attack while out walking in New York City last August, at only 59 years of age, it wasn’t just the 25th-reunion crowd that fell into mourning and remembrance but nearly the whole of movie-watching America.

A spiral-bound logbook from 1985 finds Hughes keeping track of his progress on The basic story line, he notes, was developed on February 25. Duly and fondly recalled were the tragicomic romantic trials of the coltish young Molly Ringwald; the jittery patter of gangly Anthony Michael Hall; the stalking menace and flared nostrils of moody Judd Nelson; and the fictional community that their characters inhabited, Shermer, Illinois, which was at once an Everytown for every teen and an explicit homage to Hughes’s home turf, the North Shore suburbs above Chicago.

After a wildly prolific decade of screenwriting and directing that made him the king of teen comedy, John Hughes receded from the cinematic landscape, his legend preserved by the classic 80s trilogy of . He last directed a movie in 1991—the forgettable —and by the dawn of this century he was no longer sending new screenplays to the studios, though any studio would have been glad to have him.

Following Hughes’s sudden death, at age 59, last summer, the author delves into his intense connections and sudden breaks with his Brat Pack actors, as well as the essential anomaly of his brief Hollywood reign. Yet, in his absence, Hughes’s cultural stock only appreciated.

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