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Transcript of The Outsiders
Curtis Socs Greasers -have lots of money -have less money -commit crimes Both -watch sunsets -have no purpose
in life Nothing Gold Can Stay Nature's first green is gold,
Her hardest hue to hold.
Her early leaf's a flower;
But only so an hour.
Then leaf subsides to leaf,
So Eden sank to grief,
So dawn goes down to day
Nothing gold can stay. By: Elisa Davis By: Ethan Nunney By: Robert Frost Played by C. Thomas Howell Played by Ralph Macchio Played by Emilio Estevez Played by Patrick Swayze Played by Matt Dillon Played by Rob Lowe Played by Tom Cruise Ponyboy Johnny Two-Bit Darry Dally Sodapop Steve -Seventeen -Tall and lean -Thick greasy hair -Soda's best buddy since grade school -Cocky and smart -Good with cars -The oldest -The wisecracker -Six feet tall -Stocky -Long rusty-colored sideburns -Grey eyes -Wide grin -Elfish face -High cheekbones -Pointed chin -Small, sharp animal teeth -Ears like a lynx -Blonde-white hair -Blue, blazing, ice-cold eyes -Fourteen years old -Slight build -Dark tan face -Jet-black, heavily greased hair -Nervous, suspicious look in his eyes -Beat up by Socs -Treated poorly by parents Leaves The Forest of Darkness In the forest the wind sings,
As it blows through the leaves rustling.
The tree will sway from side to side,
The wind now hushed as if it died.
The branches like hands, reaching out,
Searching for something without doubt.
Where night is endless;
The forest of darkness. -Youngest of three -Parents died in a car wreck -Wanted to be liked -Fifteen years old -Long hair -Greenish-grey eyes -Light brown, almost red hair Key Quotes -Oldest of three -Twenty years old -Amazing athlete -Grew up too fast -Tough -Strong -Hard-working -Seventeen years old -Middle of three brothers -Very handsome -High school dropout -Works at gas station Key Plot Events Conflict between the Socs and greasers The rumble between the gangs, Greasers win -have mustangs -Madras shirts -greasy long hair -Brother of Darry and Sodapop -Brother of Ponyboy and Sodapop -swichblades The leaves are falling all around,
The leaves are falling to the ground.
The sky is changing getting dark,
As we prepare to embark,
On our magical journey that gets colder,
Every year as we get older.
The leaves are falling all around,
The leaves are falling to the ground. -well groomed -lived on the West side of town -lived on the East side of town -drink -smoke "Stay gold Pony."
-Johnny "It seems there's gotta
be someplace without greasers or Socs."
-Johnny "We're always searching for something to satisfy us."
-Cherry "It ain't fair that we have all the rough breaks."
-Ponyboy Johnny dies in the hospital of burn injuries Dally dies of police gunshot in the street S. E. Hinton Susan Eloise Hinton was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma on July 22, 1948. Hinton is a very private person and doesn't like to reveal much to the public. Her hobbies include horseback riding, reading, and walking her dog.
She started writing very young and her first book The Outsiders was published when she was a teenager in 1967 by Viking. Since then she has published many other books such as; Rumble Fish, That Was Then, This is Now, Tex, Taming The Star Runner, Hawks Harbor, and many more. The Outsiders Movie Dallas Winston - Matt Dillon
Johnny Cade - Ralph Macchio
Ponyboy Curtis - C. Thomas Howell
Darrel Curtis - Patrick Swayze
Sodapop Curtis - Rob Lowe
Two-Bit Mathews - Emilio Estevez
Steve Randle - Tom Cruise
Cherry Valance - Diane Lane
Bob Sheldon - Leif Garrett
Director - Francis Ford Coppola
Producer - Fred Roos and Gray Frederickson
Screenplay - Kathleen Knutsen Rowell
Music - Carmine Coppola
A Warner Brothers release
Opened March, 1983 Movie Summary Cast and movie information The movie takes place in a small town split between the wealthy gang of “Socs” living on the west side and the greasers living on the east side. When two of the greasers, Johnny and Ponyboy are attacked by a gang of the Socs, Johnny kills one of the attackers to save Ponyboy. They seek help from their friend Dallas and find an abandoned church to hide in until the situation calms down. But, when a school is on a field trip to the church, it catches fire and the boys help save a few of the children trapped inside. The boys then become “heroes”. However Johnny got badly injured and is fighting for his life in the hospital. While Johnny is still in the hospital a big fight is happening between the Socs and greasers. The greasers win the rumble and are really excited, until Johnny passes away in the hospital. After Johnny dies, Dallas is killed in the street by a police. JFK was elected to be president in 1960 and the Civil rights act was formed in 1960 also. In 1961 JFK was inaugurated. In 1962 the Cuban missile crisis took place. JFK was assassinated in 1963 and LBJ becomes president. Also, Martin Luther King Jr. Makes His "I Have a Dream" Speech. In 1964 Civil rights act passes in the United States and the 24th Amendment passes. In 1965 the Education Act passed and Federal Scholarships were put into play. In 1966 feminist group, National Organization for Women (NOW) was formed. In 1968 Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated, Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated. Richard Nixon becomes President and Neil Armstrong was the first man to walk on the moon in 1969. What was going on in the 60s? U.S.A. Economy Fashion in the 60s Men Women Bright and colorful, frills and cravats, wide ties with crazy prints, stripes and patterns, trouser straps, leather boots and collarless jackets. Frayed bell-bottomed jeans, tie-dyed shirts, work shirts, headbands, sandals, fringed buckskin vests, flowing caftans, Mexican peasant blouses, gypsy-style skirts, scarves, bangles, Indian prints, mini-skirts, and mini-dresses. "I killed him. I killed that boy."
-Johnny We chose this quote because we felt that when Johnny killed the Soc, it lead to further problems for the boys. For example, because Johnny killed him, the boys ran away to the church. We chose this quote because we felt that it had a strong meaning. People are always looking for something more. They are rarely content with what they have got. We chose this quote because we believe that it is really important. They were always getting judged based on where they live, how much money they have, and what they look like. if they didn't have that title of "greaser" or "Soc" then the world would be a better place. We chose this quote because we feel like Ponyboy made a really good point. The greasers are always getting in trouble just because they are greasers. Johnny kills Bob the Soc The Socs are always jumping the greasers and picking fights with them, just to cause trouble. The gang of Socs try to jump Johnny and Ponyboy in the park after they had picked up their girls.
While Bob was trying to drown Ponyoy, Johnny stabs him with his switchblade. The Socs and greasers fight in the park after Johnny kills Bob. After saving the children from the burning church, Johnny has major burns and a broken back.
The injuries catch up with him and he passes away in the hospital. The Outsiders By: S.E. Hinton Dally pulls a gun on the cops, he was only bluffing but the police still shoots him We chose this quote because it was the last thing Johnny said before he died. Also, it refers to the poem by Robert frost, Nothing Gold Can Stay. Prezi by: Elisa and Ethan