• 'Outsiders' House organizers expect ribbon-cutting in March

    By: Ron Terrell


    TULSA, Okla. - Quick facts:

    • Danny O'Connor of House of Pain fame tells FOX23 Tulsa’s upcoming "Outsiders" House is on track for a possible ribbon-cutting in March, to coincide with the 35th anniversary of "The Outsiders."
    • The house will act as a museum of memorabilia from the 1983 film based on S.E. Hinton's beloved novel.
    • Work going on inside the house right now includes faux-finishing the paint on the walls to give it an authentic look.
    • There's a benefit this weekend at Circle Cinema and a screening of "The Breakfast Club" November 25th that will feature a meet and greet with actor John Kapelos, who played Carl the Janitor in the film.
    • O'Connor says another event is planned for the movie "Valley Girl," which will feature an appearance by actress Deborah Foreman, who played Julie Richman.

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