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I used to believe that we (the human race) was a movie and God was showing it to everyone.

Sean
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I used to believe that EVERYTHING we did was being filmed for someone somewhere to watch as a movie

KatBird_27
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I used to think that as movies "got older" they turned to black and white, like the color all faded out with time or something. Before this I thought that "the olden days" were really black and white. Like I asked my dad, "wasn't it boring to live in black & white?"

Angel
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I was 5 when the Beatles' "A Hard Day's Night" was released, and my parents took us to see it at the drive-in. I remember thinking for a long time that it was a documentary. (I didn't know what a "documentary" was, but I thought the film was real, unscripted, and just a bunch of cameras following them around)

Beatles fan
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A friend of mine said when he was 15: How could they film "Schindler's List" when it happened? (since it is in black and white)

still laughing
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For some reason I used to think that all films were 90 minutes long and I remember having an argument with my room mate at college when he tried to convince me otherwise. I must have been at least 18 at the time! Having now seen several films which are shorter/longer than 90 minutes I've realise the error of my ways...

HungryStarfish
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When I was a kid, I used to believe that Gremlins was the sequel to E.T.

Vivian
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When I was about 3, I saw the movie Fantasia. I was horrified by the big monster guy, and I thought that if I didn't close my eyes when I saw him he would jump out of the tv screen and feed me to the broom people, who I was also very scared of.

Emily S.
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when I was younger I didn't understand why non-cartoon movies had a cast list in the end. I belived that everyone in the movie had that name they were called in it.

Dea
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WHEN I WHAS A KID I COULDENT READ THAT GOOD SO IN THE END OF A MOVIE WHEN THE CAST CAME I TOUGHT IT WHAS "CATS" AND IT MENT OF ALL THE CATS IN THE MOVIE

MIRIAM
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Once I wrote a letter to the actor Devon Sawa, who I was in love with at the time, and threw in into the fire thinking that if Mary Poppins got that letter from Jane and Michael Banks he would get it as well.

Erin Jones
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Always when I saw some love or kissing sceen on a movie I belived that the actor and actress where married. But when i started to watch James Bond I saw him kissing with other women so I sayd to my mother that James Bond is cheeting on his wife. My mom explaind to me how it worked.

Jan
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I used to believe that it was the Star Wars "Tri-ology" instead of the Stars Wars "trilogy".

keith Key
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I used to think that they only used old actors in cowboy films so that it didn't matter much when they got shot.

Stephen
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In childhood, I waited behind the theatre, after the Cinema, hoping to see the artists came out .

mprnair.
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I used to believe that if my bedroom door were not pushed tightly against the wall, Darth Vader would have a place to lay in wait for me once my father turned my lights out.

Hunter Baker
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I used to beleive that every film that was on tv was real and about a persons real life. so when the credits came on the screen at the end i couldnt understand why the whole cast had 2 names!!

Sarah A
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When I was little, only 3 or 4, like most infants, I didn't understand movies too well, or at least, what the characters were saying. So for years I seriously beleived that the oompah-loompas in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory were serial killers or something, and they were always on the other side of the Chocolate River, so you couldn't get to them. I thought that they would set up booby traps for the people's kids, and then kidnap the parents and kill them or something, and the parts that involved being in the same room with a lot of oompah-loompahs was that they were in an oompah-loompah jail touring it. They would mock the rest of the group after they kidnapped someone with scary little songs and dances, so up until I was, like, 7, I was terrified of the little buggers, and avoided the movie. Then I saw the movie and understood the words and all was better.

Anon
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I used to believe Hulk Hogan played Mrs. Doubtfire. I never really saw the movie.

Anon
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I had to leave the movie theater during Star Wars because I thought the actors were live on stage and Jaba the Hut would eat me.

Amanda
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