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The Ultimate Clueless Map Guide to Los Angeles

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Clueless was released 20 years ago this week, in a time when it really did (as Dan Hedaya's character argues) take 20 minutes to get anywhere in LA. That time has now roughly doubled, but Clueless endures, not just as a portrait of a certain class at a certain time (heroine Cher totally has a loqued-out Jeep), but also of Los Angeles in the mid-nineties, with its indoor malls, nouveau megamansions, Valley tract house parties, and "everywhere you go has valet." (Incidentally, director Amy Heckerling is totally the Jane Austen of Southern California in the late Twentieth Century—she also directed Fast Times at Ridgemont High.) Now, here, for you: a map guide to Clueless.