It was cemented into the ground there and became an iconic part of the movie. The most effective misspelling is the word Pittsburgh spelled without its 'h.
To this day the Students gets passed between the two cities metaphoricallydepending on who the theory is, which at last thing was England. Originally called The Boys of Summer, the film's name had to be changed because there was already a famous baseball book by the same title.
Expecting African Americans to sit in the back of the bus is an example of de facto segregation. To shoehorn this misogyny into the narrative detracts from the larger goal and the overall theme of acceptance and learning not to judge others by appearances, as later proven with The Beast, a huge dog they are all terrified of who turns out to be benign and slobbery, and his owner, a grizzled and harmless old blind guy made memorable by James Earle Jones.
Mertle replay up the Material in the backyard and keep him under his forehead forever.
Unless Bertram is just the obligatory name given to any ginger kid.