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* I used to believe in movies that it was real blood until i was older and found out it was like ketch up etc
* I used to believe that tooth fairy's were real
As a young child I was of the belief that, because of his appearance (which I considered to be very strange and unnatural-looking), Christopher Walken was not a real person, but instead was some sort of robot-Muppet.
My brothers and I used to have lots of sleepovers with my cousins when we were little. On one such sleepover, my aunt put in a movie for us to watch, and the copyright notice displayed at the beginning of the video. Being unable to read, I asked my aunt what those words said. She replied, "'If you talk during this movie, it will turn off automatically.'" To this day I can't stand it when people talk while we're watching a movie.
When I was very young, I had an animated Beatrix Potter video of one of her stories, and for some reason I believed that the ending credits went on for ever!
When I was 7 my Dad let me watch Jaws, after that I believed he was in my waterbed. I slept on the floor for 2 weeks until my parents agreed to buy me a new bed.
Thanks to the movie "Annie", I thought hot dogs were made from real dogs.
When I was little and saw a black and white film I thought that the actors actually had black and white vision and not color. I thought that color didnt exist in their world.
when i was little i used to think that when you put a video into the vcr that it would somehow send a signal to the actors and they would preform it live everytime you watched the movie
I used to believe that when they made a movie, even the characters faces were made up. When I was about six, I was really shocked to see some character I recognized from a movie being interviewed. HOW could the actor look JUST LIKE the character?!?
when i was like 8 and i saw "sweet home alabama " the dvd said "rese witherspoon" i went to the kitchin and got a spoon and watch the movie with it, lol
When I first watched the movie Pretty Woman with Julia Roberts, her prostitute friend referred to someone as a "crack head". I had no idea what this term meant. I visualized a woman with a split running through the middle of her head.
I really don't know why, but when I was a kid I thought that Billy Dee Williams and Jesse Jackson were the same guy.
I used to believe Verne Troyer from Austin Powers (Mini Me) was a robot and I thought cousin skeeter on nickeleodean was real.
When I was very little I believed that every time you watched a movie the actors would have to be notified and would have to re-enact the entire movie while it was broadcast on the TV. I was always amazed that they didn't blink while the movie was paused.
I used to believe films were real life.
i used to believe that jar jar binks from star wars es name was mr.brush brush
My favorite belief from when i was about 10 was that E.T. lived next door. Our neighbor sounded just like E.T. I thought that couldnt be right because of course E.T. went home and why would E.T. be living next door to me. And how did he turn into a human instead of a alien... The odd thing is they have a tortose whose name really is E.T. that made me even more confused. Well he kinda looked like E.T. and maybe he didnt go home after all just shrank and moved into my neighbors yard... and gave his voice to my neighbor...My friends teased me for years when I told them I thought she sounded like him i never mentioned the rest... :)
I used to believe that filmstars come from a different world and people from that world only are filmstars.i.e. common people cannot become filmstars....
My father was watching Camelot one evening (yes...the musical with Robert Goulet and Richard Harris). There is one scene when King Arthur is furious with his wife because she is being so unkind and unwelcoming to Sir Lancelot. The character of King Arthur has a song that he sings about it. At the beginning of the song, he is quite loud and slams a door or two. When I asked my dad why, he told me that it was because King Arthur drank some cola at dinner and the caffeine was keeping him up. He was unhappy and upset because he couldn't sleep.
I am ashamed to admit how many years I believed *that* one....
a little boy once told me that the scariest movie ever was "harry potter and the chocolate factory" i assume that would be a pretty scary movie