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15 Things You (Probably) Didn't Know About Dazed And Confused

Few high school films come close to topping 1993’s Dazed and Confused. Shot on location in Austin Texas, it’s the coming-of-age classic which defined a slacker generation and still has people going ‘isn’t that [insert A-list star here] today.

So rather than tell you what you probably picked up on the 18th VHS viewing, how about discovering some facts about the film you might not be aware of?

(Images: Rex Features, All Star)

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