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Around the age of 7 I was convinced that the man with the metal teeth in those James Bond movies was real...and that he liked to eat little children! :-o
When I was about 7 my family and I went to a theme park that was dedicated to movies. When we were walking out I noticed a topiary that had a sign that said "Edward Scissorhands was here". Until I was 10 I thought that he was a spy and that Scissorhands was his codename.
When I was little and saw "This film has been modified from its original version and formatted to fit your screen" at the beginning of TV movies, I thought that the movie makers had figured out how to shrink the movie picture so it would fit on our little TV.
After seeing Bedknobs and Broomsticks, I believed that my bed may fly me away one night. In order to be prepared, I would load my bed with snacks, my favorite toys, blankets and flashlights, so I'd be sure to have everything I needed if I woke up on a cartoon island.
i used to believe when a woman gave birth on television it was real. I found it very hard to believe u could talk and actress into doing that. I changed my mind when i was asked to play Tamar in a church play.
I used to believe that I was in a movie that was beeing filmed, and that one day it would come out in theaters. And I was not just an actor, but a writer and director of that movie too. When a red car passed me on my way to school, it passed me because I wrote that in the movie of my life a red car passes me on my way to school. I thought that all movies I saw on tv or in theaters were somebodys life and were made like this - with an invisible crew. :)
Right after I watched Jaws for the first time, I ate dinner with my family in our backyard. However, I had still not recovered from the movie.
Throughout the dinner, I was completely convinced that Jaws was going to come around the side of our house and devour me. We lived in St. Louis.
there were curtains under the big screens in the movie theaters and me and my friend thought there were naked people dancing behind it
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!
i believed that everyone in a movie that got shot was really killed...so i used to be like well that was a good actor too bad they wont be in any more movies...
when I first heard of the film home alone I thought people were talking about some guy called Hoe Malone.
I imagined him being kind of like a cross between bb king and frank sinatra.
My grandmother allowed me to watch Stephen King's "IT" at an obscenely young age. For years afterward, I thought that if I flushed the toilet, a demonic clown would come out of the toilet and kill me. :-)
I used to think that when they said "Now showing at theaters everywhere", that it was showing at every single theater in existence.
When I was a child I believed that when going to the movies the actors were really performing in back of the big white screen. Just before Star Wars I turned to my Mom and said, "Wow, those actors must be really tired because after this show they have to do the next one at 5 PM." Mom told me that is not how it works!. I, at the age of 5, had no concept of "film".
I thought live-action films were very, very well-drawn cartoons.
When I was little we went to a lot of movies, which I loved, but I could never figure out how all the people, horses, etc. got on the stage behind that curtain!
In the film 'Pulp Fiction', there is a line "Check out the big brains on Brett". my family has it as a soundbyte on the computer. As a little kid, I heard it as "Check out the big brains on BREAD"! I pictured a giant brain on two pieces of HUUUUUUUUGE white bread.
I used to believe Lindsay Lohan had a real twin and that people were not showing her very much to keep her twin a secret.
When I was little, I remember watching Pinnochio with my mom. For some reason, I thought the Blue Fairy's name was "Sail Fish" because I heard her say the word "selfish" (which I thought was "sail fish" ). I seem to remember my mom being confused when I persistantly tried to prove that the Blue Fairy was named Sail Fish.
there was this movie that i used to watch all the time when i was little about these dinosaurs that had to save their grandfather from dying. well my mom told me that if we watched the movie too many times, the grandpa dinosaur would end up dying