Cage changed his second name from Coppola to Cage shortly after his first feature, Fast Times At Ridgemont High, was released in 1982.
What does FTRH stand for?
FTRH stands for Fast Times at Ridgemont High (movie)
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- Face Turning Rhombic Dodecahedron
- Flat Track Roller Derby (sport)
- Force Transformation Requirements Directorate (US Army)
- Full Thickness Resection Device (gastrointestinal medicine)
- Finkelstein Timberger Real Estate (New York)
- Florida Turfgrass Research Foundation (est. 1952)
- Freedom to Read Foundation
- Full-Time Recruiting Force
- Filling the Research Gap (Australia)
- Fault Tolerance Routing Algorithm for Hex-Cell Networks (computer networking)
- From the Rabbit Hole
- Fachtagung Rechtsinformatik (German: Legal Computer Science Symposium)
- Florida Telecommunications Relay, Inc.
- Food Technology Research Institute (Egypt)
- Foreign Trade Research Institute (est. 1995; Poland)
- Flow Temperature Removable Instrument Assembly
- Fuel Tank Repair Kit (car rust control product)
- Festival de Théâtre de Rue de Lachine (French: Lachine Festival of Street Theatre; Lachine, Quebec, Canada)
- Foster Townsend Rail Logistics (Shiloh, IL)
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Cage changed his second name from Coppola to Cage shortly after his first feature, Fast Times At Ridgemont High, in 1982.
FAST TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH (1982) Penn's portrayal of a perpetually stoned surfer dude in Cameron's Crowe's near-perfect coming-of-age comedy has inspired countless imitators.
FAST TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH **** SKY MOVIES COMEDY 4.
He later relocated to Los Angeles, where he made an album and linked up with writer Cameron Crowe who used his song The Look in Your Eyes in the film he penned, Fast Times At Ridgemont High.
One of the most iconic scenes in Fast Times at Ridgemont High involved your friend Phoebe Cares emerging from a pool.
Ruffalo and Owen Wilson should go off and do a remake of Fast Times At Ridgemont High, the film that made Sean Penn famous.
Just about everybody knows Jeff Spicoli, the surfer stoner dude from Fast Times at Ridgemont High (see my column on "Dude" in the July 7, 2003, Observer).