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My older brother told me that he was harry potters twin brother and every time I wrote a letter to one of the characters, he would write a letter in cursive in reply and stain it with tea to make it look "magical"
After watching a movie (i forgot what its called) but the witch goes "Im melting im melting" and starts to slowly die.. i thought if i went out in the rain i'd die to!
this isnt mine, but when my brother was like, 5 and i was 15, i was really into the rocky horror picture show. I used to watch it all the time, and he would watch it with me. one day, his teacher asked what he wanted to be when he grew up. he wanted to be a sweet transvestite.
When the movie "Beauty and the Beast" came out my little sister (who was about 3 or 4 at the time) thought the title was "Beauty and the Beach". If you tried to correct her she would scream at the top of her lungs and would not be convinced that the movie was not about a beach.
When i was a kid my dad took me to see Return of the Jedi. Not old enough to fully understand what was going on, I asked why the Death Star wasn't all put together. Dad told me it was because the movie crew didn't finish building it in time for the filming.
I was very dillusional as a child, and my favorite movie was (and still is) The Nightmare Before Christmas. When I wanted someone to tell me a story, my auntie would tell me that story. At the end of each time, she would say that Skelleton Jack did have children. Then she always told me I was one of them. I believed this until I turned, like, 11. ((thats terrible...))
When I was little, I used to think that all actors were adults, and that kid actors were adult actors whose growth had somehow gotten stunted. I was a very confused child.
Until I was about 5, i believed that whenever you watched a movie,the people (or animated characters...lol) would have to preform the movie! I think i was over a friends house when i realized i was wrong.. never said a word to her!
i once believed that indiana jones was a real person. i presented this theory to my brother and he informed me that he had been a real person but he had died long ago. so id often pray that god would take care of indiana jones and i would often look up to the sky and imagine him looking down and watching over me from heaven. im still kind of a movie nerd.
i remeber being little and thinking micheal myers was going to come and kill me.....blaim my sister!
my brother and I used to chase each other round the table playing Star Wars - he was Luke & for years I thought I was "Daft Ada"
When I was about 8 or 9, my older sister was watching Edward Scissorhands. I was allowed to watch it with her because everyone thought I was old enough...however, the scene in that movie where he lightly touches the guys face and it bleeds scared me to death. For 6 months, when I walked down the hall (one floor, long hallway), I would stop at every door and peek in to make sure that he wasn't standing in the doorway to cut my head off.
Even when someone was walking with me...I wouldn't tell them the reason though because I didn't want him to go after them as well.
I saw the film "Labyrinth" with David Bowie when i was very small. For many years afterward, I had nightmares that David Bowie (stuffed tight panes, big hair and all) would sneak up on me at night from under my bed, and that my sister and I would be kidnapped by him, except he lived right down the street.
When I was little, I believed that all actors and actresses who had to kiss each other onscreen did so with the use of either special effects, wax lip covering, or didn't really kiss on the mouth (just slightly to the side of the mouth). I was convinced that they would never kiss for real.
When I was growing up I adored the movie "Grease." For years and years I believed that John Travolta's name was actually Jontra Volta. I would wonder what in the world posessed his parents to name him Jontra.
I used to believe that people called your house and asked you if you wanted to be an actress....so I always waited and no one ever called..im 13 now...lol..i wanted to be an actress when i was young
I used to think that The Wizard of Oz was made by Mickey Rooney (I had the 50th anniversary video and it includes footage of him presenting Judy Garland with a juvenile Oscar for Wizard of Oz; for some reason I assumed that he was the director giving an award to the actress-granted, I was about 7 years old).
I watched Nightmare on Elm Street when I was young, and of course, I couldn't sleep. So I would tell myself over and over, and really believed ,"I'm just a little kid and that monsters only want to get the teenagers!!"
I saw a film about D'Artagnan and the three musketeers and thought for some time, that it was based on the cartoon Dogtanian.
I actually thought that the Shark in the Jaws films was MEANT to be a mechanical one and that maybe someone was controlling it all along.