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When I was really little, I thought that when you were going to put a video in, you would have to call the actors so they could get ready to do the show for you!
i used to believe that all the movies were real life stories so i asked my mom how come one actress is a detecive in one movie, a reporter in another movie and a student in another movie.
I used to belive that actors only simulate their kiss, and that they don't touch their lips, that the kiss was a visual effect!
When I was about 7, I thought that The Wizard of Oz just went from black and white to color and back again. It wasn't until a few years later, when watching the movie again, that I realized Dorothy went over the rainbow and that's why everything is in color.
I was absolutely horrified by the pink elephants in Dumbo when i was little. Why? Because of the part where they marched around the border of the screen! That obviously meant they KNEW they were in a movie, and since they had supernatural powers, what was going to stop them from coming out?!
Oh and they had no eyes. Things without eyes that still can see has always been scary.
This is not mine, but my boyfriend's. We were watching TV when an advert came on for the Charlotte's Web movie. He watched with surprise, and said to me at the end "Ohhh, so Charlotte is a spider!" I asked him who else he thought would have a web. Anyway, it turns out he thought that Charlotte was the little girl, who had spun a web of lies and deceit. For years he's been unable to understand why that would make such a great childrens' book. Bless...
when i was like 8 and i saw "sweet home alabama " the dvd said "rese witherspoon" i went to the kitchin and got a spoon and watch the movie with it, lol
When I was little, I used to think that when a person died in a movie or TV show, the actor actually had to die like that for the shot.
I used to believe that if I saw a horror movie, the characters in that film would be with me at night and were going to make me the same that they did to their victims in the film, so always I waited that my parents went to sleep and if I couldn't fall asleep at that moment, I would listen to music but there were occasions when I opened my eyes and I saw strange figures, so I turned on the light and it was just bad-off clothes or things.
Nowadays I'm 18 and if I see an horror movie, it's going to be the same, I'm going to think the same, so I prefer not to watch these movies.
I used to believe in super heroes exist in the world
when i was little, i used to think Darth Vader (from star wars) was actually named Dark Hater... there was a girl who used to bully me around and she was black... so one day we were playing star wars and i suggested she should be 'dark hater' everyone looked at me weird...
When I was 5, I saw Tremors with my 8-year old cousins. I was sooo scared. For the next month or so, I kept running to where I need to go. Like, if I needed to go from the couch to my bedroom, I would run like lightning to my room and hop on my bed as fast as possible.
I thought the Stromtroopers in Star Wars were robots.
I used to believe that the killer in the 'Scream' movies was named "Scream-Killer"(he's actually named Ghostface) and was the polite serial killer because he used to call people before killing them.
Before I could read (around the age of 4) I thought that when a movie ended there was a roll inside of tv that displayed the same credits over and over - as they rolled up the screen they appeared at the bottom again.
At 8 my mom thought I would enjoy the movie the Excorcist?! For the next two years I believed the devil was going to possess me, so I used to put my dolls and stuffed animals in a cocoon around me to protect me. What was my mom thinking? (I still have never watched that movie to this day)
I used to believe Verne Troyer from Austin Powers (Mini Me) was a robot and I thought cousin skeeter on nickeleodean was real.
When my ten year old daughter was about
two, she used to ask to watch the Dig Digs
all the time. I had no idea what she was
talking about until she recieved a Snow
White shirt for Christmas and said "look
mommy the dig digs" Later that day, we watched the movie and realized the Dwarves sing a
song about digging! Mystery solved.
When I was young (around 5 or so), I was convinced that the movie "Milo and Otis" was called "My Little Otis". I called it that for a few years until my parents decided to break it to me I was saying it wrong.
When my friend told me about the Halloween films I believed it was the true stry of the actor Mike Meyors becoming a serial Killer.