If we don't have each other, we don't have anything. At the end of the chapter, when Soda and Darry come to the hospital, Ponyboy has a revelation about his relationship with Darry. The Socs Socialites live on the west side of town and are rich kids. The next night, Ponyboy and two greaser friends, the hardened Dally and the quiet Johnny, meet Cherry and Marcia, a pair of Soc girls, at a drive-in movie theater. When you're a gang, you stick up for the members. He thinks it's unfair for Ponyboy to have to hide away with him. Also, much of the original score was replaced with music popular in the 1960s as well as new music composed by and Dave Padrutt.
Afterward, Ponyboy, Johnny, and their wisecracking friend Two-Bit begin to walk Cherry and Marcia home, when they are stopped by Cherry's boyfriend Bob, who badly beat up Johnny a few months back. Pony wants to run away, but instead they go to the park to cool off before heading back home. The Socs like listening to the Beetles and supposedly live carefree lives. Ponyboy loves reading books ,watching movies, and sunsets. Darry had recently been granted an athletic scholarship to attend college. When Ponyboy asks him about Dally and Johnny, Jerry says that Dally has burned one of his arms badly, but that he will be all right, but he is unsure about Johnny, since he might have a broken back from the collapsing roof.
Dillon and Lowe provided separate commentary. The greasers find Dally deliberately pointing an unloaded gun at the police, causing them to him. Also when Johnny was telling Ponyboy about when Dally took the blame for what Two-bit had done to the school windows, you can tell that Dally really cares about his friends. Greaser Hair The greasers cannot afford rings, cars, or other physical trappings of power that the Socs enjoy. Dillon and Lane ended up shooting two other films together, both of which they are each other's love interest, and became good friends. Even though the Greasers seem to be born into undesirable lives, watching this movie makes you want to go back to 1967 in the Southwest and be a Greaser, too. There they tell Johnny they won the fight.
Steve knows everything about cars and specializes in stealing hubcaps. Then there is Johnny; Johnny was the only thing Dally ever loved-as Ponyboy stated aft … er Dally's death- and he was very protective of Johnny, so you could say his dream was to protect Johnny or maybe for Johnny to become more tougher and be able to care for himself. I looked up at him. When the police caught up to him, Dally pulled out his pistol, which was empty of bullets, and acted as if he was going to shoot the cops, forcing the police to shoot Dally. We can't answer that for sure, but we imagine that Dallas was overcome with guilt, and this guilt is probably what drove him to seek out the cops' bullets. He later escaped the hospital by threatening a nurse with a very large blade in. He lies, cheats, steals, robs, and even jumps littlechildren.
The novel demonstrates that people labelled bad often do good things. Ponyboy tells Cherry that the Socs attacked Johnny four months earlier: the greasers found Johnny lying motionless in the park. Nobody messes with him because he is as tough as helooks. The Soc girls continue talking with Ponyboy and Johnny. Johnny revealed that a group of Socs in a blue Mustang threatened and beat him for no apparent reason. Ponyboy grows up on the poorer side of town, but he is fortunate to always have a family to care for him.
Johnny now carries a switchblade that he plans to use if he ever gets jumped again. They also like to wreck houses and throw beer blasts for kicks. The greasers run inside the burning church to save the children, but Ponyboy is rendered unconscious by the fumes. When Johnny returns, Cherry smiles at him. He sees his oldest brother cry for the first time in years. Ponyboy's opinion of Dally is that he is a cold, hard, mean guy whodoes not love a thing in the world. Johnny's eyes, a running theme throughout the novel, change dramatically in this chapter as he acts heroically.
He often finds amusement at the expense of others, and is hideously impolite to most everyone, especially girls that he doesn't know. Johnny's reaction to the scare illustrates how deeply the Socs' recent attack on him has scarred him. Overwhelmed, Ponyboy faints and is sick in bed for many days due to the resulting from the rumble. He gives the boys a gun and tells them to hop on a train to Windrixville and hide inside an old abandoned church. Pony runs home, because the time is way past his curfew, and Darry is waiting up.
The story ends with Ponyboy writing a school report about his experiences. We were also a tad shocked when Dally got out of the hospital by holding a knife to a nurse's throat. Ponyboy feels uncomfortable and declines to join in, while Johnny leaves to get a Coke. Keep that way, it's a good way to be. Without thinking, Pony and Johnny race inside and rescue the kids. Events: After the Johnny Cade killing a soc incident, it was informed that Dallas Winston helped Ponyboy Curtis and Johnny escape and send them to an abandoned church. Ponyboy hops out of the car right away, although Dally wants him to get back in so they can leave.
Pony makes it clear early on that Dally really is a criminal. Heputs his own life at risk and sacrifices everything for theirprotection. The church was almost inhospitable; however, it was far away which helps them from being caught by the police, and it also had water for them to drink. One of the girls, a redhead named Cherry Valance, calmly tells Dally to shut up. Ponyboy thinks of Tim as an alley cat, hungry and restless. One week had taken all three of them. Over the phone, he asks Darry and the gang to help him hide.
Both Lane and Dillon went on to appear in Coppola's related film. When the arrive at the church, they see it is on fire. Strong, athletic, and intelligent, Darry has quit school. Dally is the toughest of the tough in the gang. Like the way you dig sunsets, Pony. Cherry expresses gratitude to Johnny, and the girls invite Johnny and Ponyboy to sit with them.