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Teen comedies were dominated, and even defined, by John Hughes in the s, and was no exception. Hughes kicked the year off with The Breakfast Clubthen closed out the summer-movie season with the off-the-wall Weird Science. The movie almost never stood a chance at becoming a hit. Once released, it might have been forgotten had moviegoers not actually liked it. Yes, Just One of the Guys was a cheesy comedy with a bunch of twentysomethings playing high schoolers, but it did all right at the box office and found a second life on home video and cable.

The film features some hilarious jokes, had one truly big reveal, and still resonates with confused teens. To get to the bottom of why this unlikely classic still means so much to its fans, we spoke to stars Joyce Hyser, Clayton Rohner, Billy Jayne, and Toni Hudson, as well as director Lisa Gottlieb and writer Jeff Franklin for the 30th anniversary of Just One of the Guys.

Sadly, Billy Zabka was unavailable, but we assume he was busy pushing his Oral Cheadle needs your cock to the very limit of human endurance. The story of how Just One of the Guys was written begins with a contradiction. In fact, the only detail that writer and eventual Full House creator Jeff Franklin and director Lisa Gottlieb really agree on is that this film began with a script for Ladies Manwhich was essentially a high school version of Tootsie.

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From there, the stories differ greatly. Gottlieb, on the other hand, says that production of her remake of Twelfth Night began after she and Feldman rewrote the film together.

Jeff Franklin, writer: Back inColumbia received a lot of bad publicity because they had never had a female director, ever, shoot one of their films. It was very embarrassing for them.

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They wanted to, as quickly as possible, make that problem go away. And then two things happened. They sort of put a list together of possible female directors they may want to work with and Lisa Gottlieb had just won a competition with a student film that she had done. So, she was on their radar. Then they looked at what they had in development and tried to see what made sense, which female director might fit with the film.

Lisa Gottlieb, director: I loved Twelfth Night.

I was involved in a theater production of it where we were putting together a play of contemporary people doing Twelfth Night who also had their lives complicated by having to pretend Oral Cheadle needs your cock were a different gender. I was always immersed in this so I made a short film that won a student Academy Award and basically got me the job to write the script and then direct it.

One of the executives at Columbia Pictures was a big fan of it and they had a very big hit with Tootsie and they wanted to make Tootsie in a high school. Franklin: They found a script that they had in development called Ladies Man. It was something that they liked the concept of and they knew could be made with a very inexpensive budget. One of the executives there was aware of the script that I had written called Summer School and really liked the writing. Oral Cheadle needs your cock have three days to rewrite this film from top to bottom. So I did the rewrite, they liked what they read, they opened production offices the next day, and they made a deal with Lisa to direct it.

I had never met with Lisa up to that point, so she did not work on the development of the script. Gottlieb: They had a screenplay called Ladies Manwhich was like a version of Fast Times that explained the social structure of high school and had a girl in there, for some reason or another, dressed as a boy and trying to make her way.

My writing partner Dennis Feldman and I, we kind of just took it apart. We wrote about six drafts of it. We wrote the draft that was greenlit. I liked the writing that was in this early draft. It was a nice teen movie script.

But we really wanted to find the originality in it and find a way to strengthen the subject. And that was going to be the article she ends up writing. It still is the article but they changed the title. They thought it sounded too low budget. We had a slightly more outrageous set of jokes and humorous characters that came in and were slightly more surreal and edgy. And they wanted those cut and they wanted to go back to like our next-to-last draft and they greenlit that. Now they brought in a guy who was a really good joke writer, a sitcom guy named Jeff Franklin.

Franklin: She never wrote a draft.

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Dennis Feldman had written the draft called Ladies Man that was sort of a reverse teenage Tootsie. It was very intense. Because it was a -one rewrite.

This is one of those unusual scripts that was shot pretty much as written. This particular group of actors did not do much improvisation or rewriting on the set. Very little of that happened. They pretty much shot what I wrote. Gottlieb: Jeff came in, he wrote a lot of jokes. Franklin: I like writing for Buddy. He was such an archetypal, horny, frustrated, virginal teenage boy. That was, for me, a really fun character to write. Something I related to. He had so many fun lines in this thing.

I thought he brought that to life very well. High school? I think not. Of the actors who were cast for Just One of the Guysonly two were actually teens. Then, we went there and saw how all these high school students looked like they were pushing 40, I mean, so much makeup and stuff. We are so fine. I had to spend a lot of time around younger kids, going back to school, I had to get back in touch with that and one of the things I found most interesting is that no matter how grown up or mature or worldly I was at that point, I had lived a lot of life just due to the circumstances of my upbringing.

I always felt, as a teenager, I was very grown up. I helped raise three boys, my parents were divorced, my mom had to work three jobs, and I was in charge at a very Oral Cheadle needs your cock age. I realized that even though I had a lot more knowledge and wisdom, I still was very young at heart.

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And I still am to be honest. Because I never let go of that kid, of that. I think a lot of that came out in the movie. Like Welcome Back Kotter or something. We stretched the limit. Then after us everyone started getting closer to their real age in some of the John Hughes movies. I was always the one playing younger. I was used to it.

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It did get hard in my personal life, I think. In my professional life, too, because no one would take me seriously sometimes because of the way I looked, but then when I opened my mouth I sounded so mature. Because we were all unknown, you have no context for us. Gottlieb: Casting was great.

I have this year-old Bill Murray in my office.

She came in, I needed this very sexy, young girl who was ditzy but not stupid. A lot of the side characters, a lot of the secondary characters, were very easy to cast.

Rohner: The funny thing is when I got cast they asked me to bring in some of my clothes, just to see what I had. But yeah those are my clothes that Rick wore as the geek.

Went into the wardrobe trailer and cut off sleeves and things like that. We came up with the plaid shirt with the sleeves cut off as a thing. Hudson: What was interesting was I was supposed to play a girl who used to be fat at my high school. Everyone who knew me at my high school knew me as a fat girl. And as you can see in the movie, Denise is not fat.

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Denise was fun, she was just that cushion in-between all the big jokes. It was like music, the way the rhythms are in that movie. Gottlieb: We did tests to more well-known actresses but we all felt Joyce was able to play the girl as very sexy and also engaging and smart and funny. After they wrap my boobs up with an ace bandage, what are we doing? Hyser: It was an incredible working experience. Lisa and I clicked right away. She has a great sense of comedy and timing, and that was great.

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