Movie And The Outsiders: Comparing The Book And Movie

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The movie and the “outsiders” are interesting. Johnny kills, bob in the book and in the movie.There's only one socs in the book and in the movie there's way more. The movie and the book “outsiders” are like in some ways.All the characters are the same way in their personality.Dally is mean and cool liked described in the book in the movie. The grocery store that dally robbed Thoe he got killed. Thoe they share similar things the book is still different from the movie. The book and the movie have differences. Dally has a different hair color and different eye color than in the book. Dally hair color in the book is blond in the movie it’s brown.
The book said that Johnny has a cut that goes to his jawbone but in the movie he don’t.
In the book he cut doesn't go all the way to his jaw bone.There are way more differences than these.
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Ponyboy and randy don´t talk in his car, but they do in the movie.When cherry talks to ponyboy she's in her car but in the movie she don´t.Ponyboy gets drowned by one socs in the book but by four in the movie The movie has some similar and different things than the book. The differences are more important than the similarities. .There are way more differences than similarities.The book is Better than the

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