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The film The Outsiders has three main heroes; Thomas Howell, Ralph Macchio, and Matt Dillon.

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A Look Inside of The Outsiders Rozalyn Davis 7-8 G ?You guys are three of the bravest kids I?ve seen in a long time. What are you guys? Professional heroes or somethin??? This one of the many great quotes from the film The Outsiders. The Outsiders is one of the best films made! The acting in this movie was brilliant, and the three main heroes of this story are Ponyboy played by Thomas Howell, Johnny played by Ralph Macchio, and Dally played by Matt Dillon. ...read more.

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Johnny?s character was depicted very well. One of the best scenes he did was the fountain scene. In this scene, his body language and tone of voice were very convincing. Aside from the fountain scene, Ralph Macchio also did excellent in the scene that he dies in. In this scene, he had remarkable body language and displayed his emotions well. The best part of the scene was when he told Ponyboy to stay gold; that part was the most convincing, since it looked like he was actually dying and because of the way he said it. ...read more.

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This scene was also a great scene because Dally?s character finally showed his true colors, and it was illustrated as well as it was in the book, possibly even better. Another scene that Matt Dillion did admirably in was his death scene. He did very well in actually looking like he was about to die; the crawling and the painful expression were very realistic. In conclusion, Daally?s character was represented very well. The film The Outsiders has three main heroes; Thomas Howell, Ralph Macchio, and Matt Dillon. These actors were outstanding at playing their roles, and their characters matched the book almost perfectly. Overall, this movie was very good, and was filled with amazing actors. ...read more.

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