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"I look at it sometimes," Alicia Silverstone says, crossing the room and pulling up a black-and-white poster-size photo: a 6-year-old bikini-clad Alicia on all fours on a white shag rug.
"I look just the same as I do today," she says, gazing at a photo that brings to mind underground rings and police sting operations.
The teen comedy ‘Clueless’ gently parodied the lives of a group of fashion-obsessed rich kids attending Beverly Hills High School.
The film, written and directed by Amy Heckerling, was loosely based on the Jane Austen novel ‘Emma’ and was a surprise hit when it was released in 1995, thanks in part to its strong cast.
"We went to a modeling agency with these photos, and they started sending me out on shoots.
That's how I was introduced to the working world – as the flower girl in all these phony weddings." Silverstone drops the photo behind the sofa and looks across the room.
Silverstone is known on the internet for her unusual real-life parenting techniques.
It was the first big movie role for Murphy, who had cut her teeth on TV shows such as ‘Murphy Brown,’ Party of Five’ and ‘Almost Home.’ Now: Murphy died in December of 2009 of pneumonia, anemia and drug intoxication. In her later career, she was known for movies like ‘Sin City’ and for her voice work on ‘King of The Hill.’ Then: Donovan made her movie debut as Cher’s bitter rival Amber in ‘Clueless.’ She also played the part in the ‘Clueless’ TV series before snagging a spot on the show ‘Sabrina, The Teenage Witch.’ Now: Between 20 Donovan played the title character in the web series ‘In Gayle We Trust,’ and she will appear in the upcoming TV movie ‘The Dog Who Saved The Holidays.’ Last year, the 42-year-old married her boyfriend Charlie Bigelow, with whom she has a young daughter.
Then: You might remember Sisto as Elton, an arrogant rich kid who the gang wants to set Tai up with.
(Alicia Silverstone in the film, Rachel Blanchard in the series) Cher is a sweet, if somewhat dippy, blonde teenager who lives with her father in Beverly Hills, California.
Cher often speaks in Valley Girl slang (including new idioms coined by the writers of Clueless).
Viewed today, "Clueless" manages to feel dated -- "I can't find my Cranberries CD," says one character -- and yet somehow timeless.