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When I would see a commercial for a Mary Kate and Ashley movie I thought it was three girls names instead of two, like it was Mary, Kate, and Ashley. So when I would see a video that had them on the cover I would wonder where the third girl was.
I usesd to believe that black and white movies were once in color. I thought that over time the color would dissappear.
I used to believe that the actors in the cowboy movies really went over a cliff or really got shot and I was undecided whether it was worth all that to be in a movie.
I used to believe that when actors and actresses kissed on the lips in movies that they had plastic covering their lips because I didn't think it was possible for them to kiss someone that wasn't their spouse.
I use to get excited when i saw movie trailers and their release date...i use to always thought that it would be release on the same channel i saw the trailer on....
I was [and still am] obsessed with Harry Potter. Almost every morning I thought I heard the Hogwarts express [they were just normal trains passing through town though]. When I turned 11 and didn't get my letter [via owl of course] and I waited until I heard the "hogwarts express" and when I realized it "left without me" I started bawling. I was distraught for days.
When i'm still 6 years old I Used to believe if i watch a movie with a bad ending for the second time it would turns out to be a happy ending, Cause the character should already know what would happens next.. sadly the ending still gone bad even i watch it again and again.. and that times i think all of the character are an idiot.. that's the reason why i love to watch every movie more than once! :D...
I used to believe that they used convicts as bad guys in action movies and the stars actually shot/threw them off buildings/punched/killed them.
I used to believe that when I went to movies people were behind the screen acting out the part
I use to believe that when a movie stated "5 years later" it meant they waited 5 years to continue filming.
I used to believe that it was against the law to see a sequel to a movie without seeing the first one.
I was about 11 or 12 years old when I finally got to go to Disney's Hollywood Studios in Florida. It was only then that I discovered that the 'ACME' Hole-in-the-walls from cartoons, and particularly the film 'Who framed roger rabbit' were not available for purchase!
when I was little I used to belive that someone keept adding parts to movies I watched. Realy though I would leave the room without stoping the movie and come back to watch later. Then when I rewatched that movie I would see the parts I missed (the new parts
I used to think that since old movies and shows were in black and white, that meant that color wasn't invented in the real world until the 60's.
I also thought the "Rush Hour" was when Rush Limbaugh was on the radio, and that this somehow created more traffic.
When I was little, a movie came out called "A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum". For the longest time I thought it was "A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Farm".
Back when the film "Aliens" came out, I was reading an article about it and how it was 'seven years in the making' after the first film. I thought that meant "Aliens" took seven whole years to film. The kicker was that I was 13 years old at the time and should have known better. ;P
When I saw the original "Amityville Horror" film, it was the first time I had heard the name "Jodie"--the name the daughter gives the evil demonic pig. For years after that I believed anyone named "Jodie" was evil.
When I was younger, I used to believe when movies would show the attention slide, that “no unauthorized reproduction” meant that it was illegal for people to have sex in a movie.
When I was seven I went to Disney World, and we rode on this one ride in MGM Studios that was about a bunch of various movies (I think it was called the Great Movie Ride or something). And there were narrators, who doubled as actors I guess, but I had no clue about that part.
When we got to this one part, one of the narrators (who was also an actor, which I didn't know) was doing this Old West hold-up-type thing. And she ran into this building and the building CAUGHT FIRE!!!! So I thought she caught fire too NOOO! The flames were apparently real too...you could feel the heat as we went past them. And I was just like "WHY WOULD THEY JUST KILL HER LIKE THAT?!"
I stood corrected when she came back out at the end of the ride. YAY!
I always thought when someone died in a movie that the person who died was played by a person on death-row so the directors always hired them to make it more realistic