Ugh. Trudging through the snow and cold home from a long day at work at the DX was not exactly what you had in mind for a Tuesday night, but whatever.
But then you stopped. The streetlights shone on the snow just right, making it glow and sparkle. It was pretty. The sky was so black, filled with stars. It was a good night.
And all of a sudden you found yourself on the ground.
“Oh my god I’m really sorry.” The boy who had knocked you down said, taking your hand and pulling you up. He looked familiar. He was Soda and Steve’s friend… The witty troublemaker. He was really cute.
“My mother once told me when I go to heaven, I’ll hear all the angels singing Amazing Grace to welcome me home…” *** Bullets were whizzing by. The fire from machine guns was still going on. I knew I needed to get back to my unit. It was just the question of how.
I had gotten out of the war zone and was making my way through the dense jungle, clearing my head and trying to get a good feel for where I was and how I could get back to my unit.
I heard a crunch behind me. I whirled around, gun aimed at the person. I smile and relax. It was only Rick. My buddy from my unit....
Continuity: When the boys arrive at the church fire, Johnny opens his door on the passenger side of the convertible twice (at 48:38 and 48:49 in 91 m.).
Anachronisms: When Ponyboy and Johnny go to the bar to see Dally, there is a song playing on the juke box called 'Jack Daniels if you please' by David Allan Coe, this song was written and released in 1978 although the movie takes place in the 1966.
Continuity: During the rumble, the Greasers and Socs are alternately wet/dry between shots, and the mud on Paul's white pants appears, and disappears, etc.