The Lesser-Known Gems Of John Hughes

Filmmaker John Hughes died six years ago and left behind a surprisingly broad legacy. Here are some movies you may not know he wrote.
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The Lesser-Known Gems Of John Hughes

Filmmaker John Hughes died six years ago.

He gave us some greats.

"I took a shower washing every body part with actual soap, including all of my major crevices, ... which I never did before but sort of enjoyed," said Macaulay Culkin's character in 20th Century Fox Film Corp.'s "Home Alone."

"Classic," said Justin Henry's character in Universal Pictures' "Sixteen Candles."

In his honor, here are some of his lesser-known gems. 

"Baby's Day Out": A baby escapes and chills with a gorilla.

"Just Visiting": Time travel gone wrong. Think dragons and Christina Applegate.

"Flubber": A nutty professor makes some unruly Jell-O. Hilarity ensues.

"Oh boy," said Robin Williams' character in Buena Vista Pictures' "Flubber."

Sincerely yours, Newsy.

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