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    • 2 years 4 months ago
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    A Bug's Life, only because my dad was smart enough to record it.
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      • 2 years 4 months ago
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      It was either Free Willy or the Lion King, whichever came first.
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        Mine was Tarzan but no memory of enjoying it
        Hoping to explore pop culture from the 20th Century with you
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          • 1 year 5 months ago
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          Bambi--it was probably 1972 (although the film is much older).
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            • 1 year 5 months ago
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            I think it had to be Disney's Beauty and the Beast at some discounted theaters that got the movie months after it was released in the regular-priced theaters. I think I had to be 5 or 6 at the time I watched it in 1992.
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              • 11 months 17 days ago
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              roodini wrote:
              A Bug's Life, the crazy grasshopper scared the crap out of me

              gahahaha
              So you're gonna get in my face...BETTER BE READY TO BACK IT UP!

              I'm a bitch who likes sirloin.

              Come at me, bro.
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                • 11 months 17 days ago
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                Halloween! I was 3 or 4. Parents snuck me in & I remember seeing the opening where kids are taunting Tommy & trip him with the pumpkin! That scared me so bad that I hid head under blanket rest of movie. I know you're thinking bad parenting, but not really; it was just the 70's & things were different back then.
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                  • 11 months 17 days ago
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                  My very first film, at a year old, was E.T. in '82. My mother took me, but I can only go by what she says. Of course I have no memory if it.

                  That aside, I want to say Heathcliffe the Movie or either An American Tale.

                  Edit: Didn't realize I'd posted already. lol
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