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Outsiders Intro

2012 Outsiders Intro
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Laura Nierman

on 27 March 2017

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Transcript of Outsiders Intro

The Outsiders
Lyndon B. Johnson
is president.
1967 in the U.S.A.
A first-class stamp cost 5 cents.
#1 TV Show is The Andy Griffith Show
# 1 Band - The Beatles
The Graduate
Casino Royale
Bonnie and Clyde
The Dirty Dozen
You Only Live Twice
Cool Hand Luke
Kids from the "wrong side of town"
Greased back hair, jeans, leather jackets, t-shirts with rolled up sleeves
Known as "hoods"
1967 Social Groups
& Fashion
#1 Show - The Andy Griffith Show
Bonanza
Beverly Hillbillies
Gunsmoke
TV
Music
The Rolling Stones
The Monkees
The Beach Boys
Elvis
The Who
Movies
Greasers
(pronounced so-shez)
Rich kids from the "right side" of town
Often had more money.
Drove corvettes and wore madras (plaid shirts)
James Dean
The main hang-out on weekends.
You watched the movie and hoped everyone would check out your car!
Drive-Ins
Cars were a major status symbol in the 60's.
Companies significantly redesigned cars every year.
The gas crisis didn't happen until the 1970's.
Cars in the 1960s
Chevy Corvair
Ford Mustang
Socs
Written by S.E. Hinton
Published in 1967
Considered the first young-adult novel.
Based on people and situations Hinton knew.
The Outsiders
Drive-in restaurants were popular places to take dates and hang-out with friends.
Gangs also used drive-in restaurants as hang-outs.
Drive-In Restaurants
1960's Slang
heater
broad
hood
hacked off
rumble
fly
the cooler
swipe, lift, rolled
fuzz
weed
jumped
SLANG
SLANG
lone it
dig
souped up
blade
turf
scrap
make tracks
The American Dream
Happiness for a kid in the 60's was a girlfriend or boyfriend, a car, some money, a strong group of friends, and an cold bottle of soda.
How have things changed today?

How are they the same?
A FEW MORE
Cool Hand Luke
Who was
Paul Newman?
Why is he important to The Outsiders?
slugged
tuff
savvy
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