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What was your first childhood movie--that you can remember!
Mine was Pinocchio...at the drive in!
"Winnie the Pooh" still favorite it and watch it now and then!
Pete's Dragon. I think that's where my love of Dragon's came from.
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang a musical from 1968. An eccentric professor invents wacky machinery, but can't seem to make ends meet.
Mine would have to be Snow White because I remember that I wanted to bake and apple pie and eat it myself
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. My brother had all their action figures.
Mine was Sleeping Beauty, in preparation for our school play.
mine was not a movie but a tv series made by Japanese... This was Voltes V and I really loved it... Every afternoon my elder brother, after going to school would open our television and we will all watch the said cartoon. It was so enjoyable and fun!
First film I remember seeing at the cinema was Toy Story with my cousins and aunt, I was 5.
snow white and the seven dwarfs,& cinderella a classic yet beautiful as ever
I remember sitting in front of the tv in my grandmother's living room watching Lion King. It is still my favorite.
First movie at the cinema was Snow White. I was very young and got so scared by the hunter in the woods scene that my mum had to take me out of the theatre. First movie on video was The Wizard of Oz. I loved it so much that when it came time to return it, I hid it and wouldn't give it back! My parents ended up having to buy it from the rental store. I still have the video today.
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