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  • My Aunt Was Dead - Original Charter Flight

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    As I walked off the plane in Minnesota, I looked around for my aunt, who was supposed to pick me up in the airport. There was a lot of people standing there, I thought, for just a simple charter flight. As I approached the crowd, I could start to detect small whispers among. I couldn’t hear the contents of any of their conversations, but as I neared the back of the crowd, the whispers stopped. All of the that were standing there turned around at once, and started gawking in my direction. After a

  • Grease The Movie Figurative Language

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    Talking about looks he also looks to old to play a role of a teenager which is Kenickie. Didi Conn was good at playing an airhead so it helped her play the role of Frenchy, but that’s what i mainly liked about the role. Dennis C. Stewart had a bad boy vibe so it helped with his role as Leo Balmudo. He looked kind of old to play the role just like Stockard Channing who played Betty Rizzo and Jeff Conaway who played Kenickie. Now onto the body paragraph where I’ll be describing what I like and what

  • Grease Film Analysis

    324 Words  | 2 Pages

    pals, upsetting Sandy, who storms off. In an attempt to impress Sandy, Danny turns to Coach Calhoun to get into sports, eventually becoming a runner. He reunites with Sandy and they attempt to go on a date, but their friends crash it, resulting in Kenickie and Rizzo

  • Character Analysis: Rydell High

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    Danny and Sandy, played by Aaron Tveit and Julianne Hough, had a summer fling and she doesn't want it to end. Cut to the beginning of the school year Danny is telling his friends that he had a wonderful time at the beach because of a the action. The Thunderbirds and Pink Ladies run into each other in the hallway mostly creating awkwardness. Frenchy, played by Carly Rae Jasen, runs into Sandy and heads to homeroom. Sandy meets the whole crew including Patty Simcox. Danny and Sandy explains their summer

  • Analysis Of Grease By Robert Stigwood And Allen Carr And Directed By Rundel Kleiser

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    Grease is a classic American film that takes place in the 1950s and explores ideas of gender and sexuality. The film was produced in 1978 by Robert Stigwood and Allen Carr and was directed by Rundel Kleiser. The film was not set in the 1970s because it would have to tell a different story; in the 1970s there was birth control and an abundance of sexual liberation, unlike the 1950s. The producers were able to connect the concepts of events from the 1950s into the film. Grease explores the ideas of

  • Behavior in the Movie "Grease" Essay

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    The classic film is a good example of how all teenagers think and act. From the “cool kids” to the “outcasts,” we all fall into various roles and run wild as we play our parts. At the beginning of the film, on the characters first day of school, Kenickie speaks of how he has been working all summer. His reason for sacrificing his summer, which most kids would not do, is to purchase a new car. This is an example of Operant conditioning. He works hard because he is aware of the result, which is a car

  • The Grease Sparknotes

    411 Words  | 2 Pages

    Grease is the story about a girl named Sandy Olsson who falls in love with a local boy names Danny Zuko who is part of the T-Birds greaser gang. Sandy and Danny try to date at the Frosty Palace but it’s interrupted by the T-Birds and Pink Ladies. Kenickie (Danny’s best friend) set up a race between the T-Birds and The Scorpions. Leo is the leader of the Scorpions, he races Danny and Danny wins the race giving him the name of the Scorpions and T-Birds cars as well as keeping the loser’s car. In the

  • Grease Play Analysis

    702 Words  | 3 Pages

    Characters like Rizzo, Kenickie, Marty, Frenchy, Sonny, and Putzie stay the same. However, in the play the rivals were called the flaming dukes and never seen but in the movie ,the rivals were called the scorpions who rode on motorcycles, and the leader was named Leo. He was seen

  • Grease Character Analysis

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    In the movie “Grease,” John Travolta portrays the character, Danny. Danny especially struggles throughout the movie trying to figure out exactly who he is. It remains very common for teenagers to struggle with identity while going through different stages of their lives. Identity is a self-definition or sense of who one is, where one is going, and how one fits into society. As much as Danny does not want to see it when he is around certain individuals he acts much different than what he does around

  • Essay on An Evaluation of Grease

    1310 Words  | 6 Pages

    Broadway show of the 1950's. It was directed by Randal Klieser and was released on July 7th 1978. The music and dance scenes are what attracted me to Grease. My favorite characters are John Travolta and Jeff Conaway who play Danny and Kenickie. I like these two because they are your typical high school popular boys who are always looking out for each other, looking good and they are always trying to get the beautiful girls but at the same time acting cool like it doesn't