In the extended spot, now available online, a still fresh-faced Broderick embarks on a Ferris-like day of hooky escapades (crank calling, singing in a parade). It’s nice that Ferris no longer has to bum rides off of people, but he’s no longer the walrus — he just looks at them at museums. Watch the clip below. Chick-chicka-chicka.
Is Matthew Broderick still a righteous dude? Did you have fun reliving parts of the movie and spotting all those in-jokes? (The red phone! The towel!) Share in the comments section below.
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