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Grease - Displacement of Character
At the end of the movie where they are all singing "We go together", they are all walking toward the camera, and the pink ladies are on one side and the greasers on the other. A second or 2 before they switch angles, the 2 groups switch sides...
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Anonymous on 06-17-2001
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Comments:
Sareeee writes:
Actually, the greasers are just a general term for the pink ladies and the T-Birds in the actual script of the play. So the person probably just got them confused, they weren't technically wrong.
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Amanda writes:
Just to let you know, it's the T-Birds, not the Greasers.
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Tygrkatt writes:
I think the author of this Slip-up used the term "greaser" as a mix-up with this movie and "The Outsiders". Characters in the movie/book were a lot like the T-Birds and they called themselves greasers.
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DixieChick writes:
The greasers are those little dogs on CatDog that imitate the t-birds.
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