To Kill A Mockingbird
It is my favorite book, and in the top 5 of my favorite movies. I think the movie is a perfect film. Everything is perfect: the cast, the directing, the screenplay, the cinematography, the music. And the book takes you even deeper into Scout's and Jem's lives. I have the same reaction when finishing both the movie and book -- I want to stay. I want to find out what happened the next day and the day after that. The only bad thing about great books and films is at the end they push you out.
To Kill A Mockingbird
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Leo Fuchs Photography. "Scout" from "To Kill a Mockingbird"
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Leo Fuchs - Mary Badham in "To Kill a Mockingbird" (1961)
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Scout Finch, from the film "To Kill a Mockingbird" with Gregory Peck playing the role as Atticus Finch, ~ 1962. (Mary Badham played Scout Finch.)
Scout Finch, from the film "To Kill a Mockingbird" with Gregory Peck as Atticus Finch, (1962)/ Scout love ..one cool little girl
"To Kill a Mockingbird" miss scout~~~ My favorite book and movie of all time
Mary Badham (1952-living). American actress, known for her portrayal of Scout Finch in "To Kill a Mockingbird" (1962), for which she was nominated for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. At the time, she (aged 10) was the youngest actress ever nominated in this category. She had no prior film acting experience. Worked sporadically in movies until retiring in 1997. Works as an art restorer and a college testing coordinator who spends most of her time with her husband and 2 children. (IMDb)
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To Kill A Mockingbird...favorite book. Favorite movie.
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Scout Finch (from To Kill A Mockingbird)
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This face. I love.
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Ch 22: Jem cries bc of the unfair trial, the black people leave gifts for Atticus, Jem gets a big size cake at Ms. Maudies and Atticus has a bad confrontation with Mr. Ewell who spats in his face.
Dill and Aunt Stephanie (Alice Ghostley).
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Chapter 13: Aunt Alexandra comes to live with Jem, Scout, and Atticus because they believe that Scout needs a lady in the house.
Chapter 14- "Scout try not to antagonize aunty, hear?" (Lee 183). Man vs. man scout likes to mess with aunt Alexandra.
Chapter 9: "'Well, you're in trouble now. Stay there.' I was debating whether or not to stand there or run, and tarried in indecision a moment too long: I turned to flee but Uncle Jack was quicker. ... 'Ill never speak to you again as long as I live! I hate you an' I despise you an' I hope you die tomorrow!' A statement that seemed to encourage Uncle Jack, more than anything." (Lee 112) Man vs. Man
Jem dares to peek inside the home of Boo Radley.
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The shadow from Boo Radley's house
"Jem" Finch dares to peek inside the home of Boo Radley in "To Kill a Mockingbird."
Chapter Six: "He blew out his breath patiently. "I- it's like this, Scout," he muttered. "Atticus ain't never whipped me since I can remember. I wanta keep it that way."' This is an example of Loss of Innocence. (or Jem trying to prevent it, because he's trying to fix his wrong doings before his father finds out)
Jem Finch is holding his new air rifle that Atticus got him for Christmas
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Chapter Fifteen: "Jem preferred to stay mysterious; all he would say to my questions was go on and leave me alone." (Lee 197) Direct Characterization of Jem Finch: He's mysterious.
Chapter 26: "Jem was suddenly furious. He leaped off the bed, grabbed me by the collar and shook me. “I never wanta hear about that court house again, ever, ever, you hear me? You hear me? Don’t you ever say one word to me about it again, you hear? Now go on!” (Lee 247) Man vs Man
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Scout and Jem have a very good relationship as brother and sister
They always played, and had fun together.Until Jem started growing up
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Chapter 10. "'Naw Scout it's something you wouldn't understand. Atticus is real old, but I wouldn't care if he could't do anything--I wouldn't care if he couldn't do a blessed thing.'...'Atticus is a gentleman, just like me!'" Indirect characterization: Jem is maturing and cares about Atticus.
Chapter Fourteen: "Jem was standing in a corner of the room, looking like the traitor he was." (Lee 188) Direct Characterization of Jem: He's a traitor.
Chapter 11: "By that time I was shrieking, Jem yanked my hair, said he didn't care, said he'd do it again if he got a chance, and if I didn't shut up he'd pull every hair out of my head. I didn't shut up and he kicked me. I lost my balance and fell on my face. Jem picked me up roughly but looked like he was sorry. There was nothing to say." (Lee 137) scout vs. Jem
Like Denver, the character in TKAM (Jem Finch) matures greatly in the novel
Scout in her ham costume.
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Future Halloween costume: Scout Finch ham.
Chapter 28: Jem and Scout were coming home from a pageant at school. Jem hears a noise. Every time they walked it walked and every time they stopped it stopped. They hear him running towards them.They were close to the road when Jem got jerked away from Scout. Scout ran to Jem only running into the man. The man tried to kill Scout but someone knocked him down. Scout is free but can't find Jem. He goes towards the street seeing Jem being carried by a person.
Scout's ham costume!
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Phillip Alford, 1962 (1948-living). American actor best known for his role as Jem Finch in the 1962 film "To Kill a Mockingbird." He was active in Hollywood from 1962 to 1972. He is currently a successful businessman in Mississippi.
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Chapter 11: "...he had a naturally tranquil disposition and a slow fuse" (Lee 136). Direct Characterization: Jem
"He would look up at Atticus, then down at the floor, I wondered if he thought Atticus somewhat responsible for Tom Robinson's conviction" (Lee 242). Loss of innocence for Jem
Scout and Jem did not know that Atticus was "One Shot Finch" or that he could shoot anything for that matter. He shot a mangy, rabid dog coming towards the neighborhood.
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Chapter Ten: "Running after it, he called back: "Atticus is a gentleman, just like me!"' (Lee 131) Direct characterization of Atticus and Jem Finch: They're both gentlemen.
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After Scout gets in trouble at school for standing up for Walter Cunningham she beats him up after school.
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"Catching Walter Cunningham in the school yard gave me some pleasure, but when I was rubbing his nose in the dirt Jem came by and told me to stop" (Lee22)
Chapter 2: "Not exactly. The Cunninghams are country folks, farmers, and the crash hit them hardest" (27) Lee. Issue of class: Cunninghams can't afford anything.
Chapter 3: "Catching Walter Cunningham in the schoolyard gave me some pleasure, but when I was rubbing his face in the dirt Jem came by and told me to stop." (Lee 30) Scout vs. Walter- Scout beats up Walter because she thinks he's the reason she got in trouble with Miss Caroline.
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In chapter 19, Atticus brings Tom up to the witness stand, and asks him what happened with Mayella. His story completely contradicts hers, and it is revealed that she is lonely, and Tom says she jumped on him. Dill gets emotional when Mr. Gilmer starts questioning Tom, because he is being mean, and Dill doesn't understand.
Chapter 15: "'Can I carry it for you, Mr. Finch?' asked Dill. He had not said a word the whole time" (Lee 157). Indirect characterization. Dill is smart. Dill was able to read the jailhouse situation and knew to keep his mouth shut.
Chapter 1: "Thus we came to know Dill as a pocket Merlin, whose head teemed with eccentric plans, strange longings, and quaint fantasies" (Lee 10) Direct Characterization. Dill is a story teller and has a big imagination.
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Chapter 4: Dill comes back to visit Jem and Scout for the Summer. Jem rolls Scout into the steps of the Radley's house. Jem, Scout, and Dill make a play about the Radley's and get scolded by Atticus.
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"'I'm Charles Baker Harris,' he said. "I can read" (Lee 8).- Dill- chapter 1- Direct Characterization- Dill can read
Chapter 14: Jem and Scout have to deal with hearing gossip about their family in town. The workings of the Tom Robinson case continues to effect the Finch Family, relationships between characters, and Maycomb. Aunt Alexandra is displeased about Jem and Scout going to church with Cal, and also voices an opinion that Cal is not needed in the household, causing an altercation between her and Scout and a discussion with Atticus. Jem and Scout have a physical fight after this. Dill runs away from his home and surprisingly shows up from under Scout's bed. Atticus contacts Miss Rachel to let her know where Dill is and gets permission for him to stay. The reader is exposed to Dill's unfortunate family structure.
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In chapter 31, Scout takes Boo to see Jem, and he touches Jems forehead, then squeezes Scout's hand, indicating that he wants to leave. Then he asks her to walk him home, and she does. She falls asleep to Atticus reading her one of Jem's books.
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Everyone needs a Boo Radley to watch over them. HEY BOO!!!
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Scout rolling in the tire when she ran into Boo Radley's house