Corrected entry: 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 '60s.
Corrected entry: When Johnny and Ponyboy are in the park and the Socs show up, Johnny reaches for his switchblade and his back pocket has a hole in it. Later when he really takes the switchblade out, the hole is gone.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Dallas and Pony are driving to the hospital after the rumble, look at the drivers seat window. The condensation on the window changes in two shots; first it looks like someone wiped the top area with their palm, and in the next shot, it looks as if no one touched it. It's on the outside of the window, and it is unlikely Dally would have bothered to clear it while talking to Ponyboy.
Corrected entry: When Johnny kills the Soc, as Ponyboy wakes up and looks at Johnny, who is mumbling "I killed him..." you see Johnny holding his switchblade which is retracted. As they cut away to a different camera angle, the blade is out with blood on it.
Corrected entry: In the scene when Johnny has just returned to the church with the groceries, he sets the box on the table and it makes a loud "THUNK". Immediately after that, he sets a loaf of bread on the table and it makes the same sound. If they had tried to eat that it would have broken their teeth.
Corrected entry: In the Scene where Johnny and Ponyboy are at the park and Bob Sheldon (the soc with the rings) throws whatever liquor he was drinking in Ponyboy's face in the next shot that we see of Ponyboy he is perfectly dry and he didn't wipe himself off.
Corrected entry: When Ponyboy is in the park with Johnny and they are going to sleep, you see a scab on Ponyboy's neck; but sometimes it's there, and sometimes it's not.
Corrected entry: When the boys arrive at the church fire, Johnny opens his door on the passenger side of the convertible twice.
Corrected entry: At the Curtis' house (Sodapop, Darry, and Ponyboy), every time the gate to the fence opens, a dog down the street barked as if on cue. The dog wouldn't bark until the gate opened, and stopped barking as soon as it closed.
Corrected entry: In the scene after Ponyboy returns home, the gang of guys is hanging around in the house eating chocolate cake and beer. When Emilio Estevez sits down and begins to watch Mickey Mouse, the show is in color. A desperately poor family in the 1960s would never have a color television.Jeanne Perrotta
Corrected entry: When Cherry is moving around at the drive-in after she throws the Coke in Dally's face, you can tell she is wearing a wig. This shows because of the exposed wig cap at her forehead.
Corrected entry: In the scene where they have the big rumble, the two gangs are fighting, and when it begins to rain the ground gets very muddy, and everyone is covered in mud, but there is one kid that goes to run away with completely clean white pants.