Cherry threw coke in Dally's face. Ponyboy asks Soda what he said while he was delirious, and Soda responds that mostly he thought he was in Windrixville, and that he wouldn't eat anything because he kept saying he didn't like baloney. When they return to the church, they find it on fire with seven trapped kids inside. You can read all about it and take a tour inside The hospital scenes were filmed at Tulsa Regional Medical Center, Downtown Tulsa. Dally is beside himself with grief and runs frantically from the room.
Hinton had enough trust in Zoetrope after learning of The Black Stallion, another book-to-film adaptation done by the film company, and seeing how true they kept to the novel when making the film. Understanding the 'situation,' the police officer escorts them to the hospital. Pony and Johnny fell asleep in the lot. Summary and react with surprise to the fact that has been acting as a spy for the Greasers. We are working with the actual locations managers or other crew where possible. Ponyboy realizes how tenderly Dally feels for Johnny, and thinks about what Dally might have been like before he was toughened on the streets and in jail.
He looks over at Darry, and knows that Darry will work his way out of the street life. Johnny stood up for Cherry when Dally was being dirty. Over the phone, he asks Darry and the gang to help him hide. His sensitivity is one of the traits that sets him apart from the other gang members. If your comments are inappropriate, you may be banned from posting. With Sodapop and Darry now in the kitchen too, Ponyboy shares the news that on the previous night he had one of his recurring nightmares, which he can only vaguely remember in the morning. He tries to counter that statement by asking her about the sunset, and she realizes his contrition and smiles.
This movie was one of the few Hollywood offerings to deal realistically with kids from the wrong side of the tracks, and to portray honestly children whose parents had abused, neglected, or otherwise failed them. The man points out that Ponyboy is bleeding, and Ponyboy discovers that his head is injured. Before, there was no intention from movie studios to film and release a movie adaptation of The Outsiders. Dally, overcome with grief, runs out and robs a convenience store. He is cocky and intelligent, tall and lean.
For Ponyboy seeing Darry cry over him shows him that Darry truly cares and loves him. Dally callled the boys and told them he had robbed a store. Cherry was considered a spy. The plot follows two rival groups divided by their socioeconomic status. After an interview between author Hinton and director Coppola, the two agreed to work with each other and go on to produce the film.
. It also makes the hospital scene more extreme when Darry starts to cry because he never cries. Original 1967 cover of The Outsiders hardcover release. Tim Shepard - The leader of another band of greasers and a friend of Dally. Though Johnny does not succeed in school, he approaches intellectual matters with steady concentration.
Ponyboy begs him not to tell Darry that he is ill and assures him that as soon as he takes a handful of aspirins he'll be fine and ready to rumble. The Soc, Randy, also comes to this conclusion and shows real humanity for the first time. It also proves Darry really loves Ponyboy and his family. Wanna see the real life filming location used for The Drive-In in the movie? When Bob and some Socs once again attack Johnny and Ponyboy, Johnny keeps his promise to himself and uses the switchblade to kill Bob. Then Ponyboy falls back asleep.
By participating in online discussions you acknowledge that you have agreed to the. Ponyboy fainted when he left the burning church. They arrive at the vacant lot just as Dally does, from the opposite direction. Overview Dally is a tough guy who hangs out with Johnny and Ponyboy. After Bob's death, many of the characters on both sides of the city gain a positive perspective on the uselessness of the violent rivalry between the two social classes.
The connection established in this conversation transforms both boys' understandings of the opposing group. It leaves the teachers with an open discussion and assignment for their classes to make their own commentary on the subject without being told they are wrong for thinking one way over another. He says that he was the one who killed Bob, and that Johnny is not dead. The article credits the boys with saving the children's lives. The hospital is still in operation at 744 w 9th.
If I remember right, there was a storm or other issue that made continued filming at a park in Oklahoma impractical. Ponyboy and Johnny both thought Ponyboy was going to drown that night. After they chat a little bit about the church and the country, Johnny announces that they are turning themselves in. This is what live theatre is all about. The Outsiders: The differences The Book The Movie Both. He empathizes with Randy, who has lost his best friend, as well as Bob, whom Randy portrays as a spoiled kid.