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I never understood the magic of video cassettes. I truly thought that when inserting the cassete into your VCR, there was a signal sent to the studio, upon which the actors would immediately jump up and begin performing.
When I was younger,I used to believe that if actors in a film kissed, they had to be married in real life.
I believed that actors who died in a movie--got paid a lot of money----went out and had a blast till the money ran out----then went and got killed in the movie---don't know where I got that idea
When i was little, my grandmother used to babysit my sister and me and watch movies with us. Whenever the FBI Copyright warning would come on, i'd ask what it was and grandma would invariably answer "Don't worry about that. It's not for kids." For some reason i took this to mean it was "adult content" and looked away for fear of accidentally seeing naked people and getting in trouble with the FBI. It never occured to me to question why there would be porn at the beginning of my favorite Disney cartoons.
As a kid I used to watch these old b&w movies and thought that world used to be black and white..
I used to think that, if they did flashbacks to when the characters were young, they would start filming when all the actors they wanted were at a young age, and then waited until recently to do the present scenes!
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.