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When I was a child I used to believe that when I turned 11 my Hogwarts letter would arrive, but it never did.
I just recently remembered that when I was little and saw Disney's Peter Pan, the "Indian Chief" was so cartoony and caricatured and had such a growly voice that I thought he was some kind of minotaur-like monster and his war bonnet was actually a crest of feathers and horns growing out of his head.
When I first read about the Cannes Film Festival, I thought "Cannes" was the name of a PERSON, rather than a city. I figured he was some famous director or something.
I didn't know how old certain movies actually were. I was quite surprised to find out in 2000 that Fantasia dated all the way back to 1940, since the live action footage of the orchestra was in color, and I thought that color film hadn't been invented until the 1960s.
Different televisions contain different TV shows.
When I was a little boy, I used to believe the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were real. A day, my brother said to me that they would save me if I was lost in the town because they live in Fretin and I was a big fan of
When I was little, I used to watch movies with my dad at the cinema. And before go in there we always wached the trailers. I loved it ! But my dad laughed at me because I pronounced the word "trailer" badly. I said : "bande-anus" instead of "bande-annonce". I did understand why my parents were laughing!
I used to believe that the game The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess was the longest game ever.
I once thought the story of Alexander the Great cutting the gordian knot was made up for the Phineas and Ferb episode "Knot my Problem"
I used to believe the ^^ emoticon referred to 2 pointy ears like a cat, instead of closed eyes.