The 80s is often seen as the defining era of the teen movie. But while The Breakfast Club and Ferris Bueller's Day Off might have garnered all of the attention, it was Amy Heckerling and Cameron Crowe's 1982 comedy Fast Times At Ridgemont HIgh that started it all.
Released to little fanfare, with many expecting it to fail, the film became a surprise hit, showing the value of the teenage market.
Over 30 years on, just how much do you know about the film? Probably not this much...
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