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When I was maybe six or seven, I saw the movie Star Wars and thought lightsabers were the coolest things ever. I asked my mom if they were real, and she said yes- but you have to be 21 or older to own one. I couldn't wait to turn 21 and buy my own lightsaber.
I used to believe that the past was really in black an white (like in the movies) and color was a recent addition.
When I was child I used to believe that when CŁneyt ARKIN (Turkish famous actor) was dead in a movie, he was dead in real life then ı used to cry...
when i was little i believed that when we watched a movie people had to act the movie all over a gen.
I used to believe that the people in the movie theater knew if your phone was on or not, and the "please silence your cell-phones" message would not go off until everyone did what they were told.
I used to believe that the before the coloured movies, when we had black and white movies, that the world was black and white too.
When I heard of the movie Godzilla 1985 as a kid I thought it meant there had been 1984 Godzilla movies before it!
When I was a kid I used to believe that if you got bitten by a spider you could become Spiderman or Spiderwoman.
When I was younger I was convinced all of the cartoon characters in the movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit? were real because of the way they interacted with the actors in it.
I used to think that if you watched all the different previews for a new movie being advertised on tv, you would end up having seen the whole movie.
When I was little, I watched the movie "Iron Giant" and when the missile was launched, the kid said that everybody was going to die. I thought missiles actually killed everybody on Earth.
When I was little and I believed that anytime I watched a VHS, the actors were actually inside the movie, so I gave them 10 minute to get ready every time I put a VHS into the VCR
I used to think gunshots and dying in movies were real. I always assumed they had paid their families a lot of money as compensation. I also taught they filmed all the movies they ever did just before they died,like just acted their part because they knew they were going to die
After watching Mary Poppins, my sister convinced my cousin and I that if we stood outside with umbrellas on a windy day, we could fly like Mary Poppins. Of course we believed her, and it was a windy day, so we grabbed our umbrellas and headed into the backyard. Nobody ended up flying. But our grandmother got a kick out of watching us.
I used to think that when a film was being made, the actors had to act out the whole thing in one take. If someone said their lines wrong, the whole film would have to be redone.
When I was a kid we watched the movie The Elephant Man in school. Before I watched I asked the teacher what it was about and he said it's about a deformed person. I thought he meant the guy was half human half elephant because of the name!
I thought that there was a law that all movies had to have a happy ending
I used to think all cinema curtains were made of really thin material because you could still see the image THROUGH them when they closed...it didn't occur to me that the image was being projected ONTO the curtain.
I used to believe that when movies were filmed, the people in the background were not paid extras, but really cool people who understood that they should just keep walking so they didn't mess up the filming.
I used to believe that in Jurassic Park, when everyone was standing by the raptor fence for the first time, that Dr. Grant asked the "Australian Guy" (Muldoon) Can I show and tell it." instead of the line "Do they show intelligence?"