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Until Recentyly I used to think
The scary cab driver in Home Alone 2 said
Emich Petter and Head Kid
I felt silly asking a cab driver what that meant.
I then realize he said
"Ain't much better in here kid"

Rob
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My mom had a bunch of classic silent Laurel and Hardy movies (8mm) which the family as a whole would watch on rare family nights. There was a quote that went something like "You have smirched my character, I demand an apology". Being the dopey kid I was I turned it into, "You have smirched my apology". Repeating this wonderful quote got me lots of laughs. It was only about at the age of 34 or so that I realized why they were laughing at me!

Cybersquirrels
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When I was about four or five, I believed that any animated Disney movie that I hadn't seen (or had seen, but remembered nothing of) was a scary movie. Some of the "scary" movies included Sleeping Beauty, 101 Dalmatians, and Toy Story. Some of those movies I was "scared" of I still haven't watched, just cuz I never really want to.

Anon
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I used to believe that when a movie was dubbed, the actors actually spoke all those different languages!

Anon
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when i was small, i used to think that the film 'fiddler on the roof' was a horror movie. it always sounded a bit sinister

Anon
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I was convinced that disney movie characters were real people. After watching the Little Mermaid, I would always try opening my eyes and singing underwater, and was so sad when i couldn't do it! The weird thing was that it was only disney movies, never television cartoons.

Lacy
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In the 90's, when the first Austin Powers movie came out, my friends and I had just watched the "Halloween" movies for the first time...so whenever people would talk about Mike Myers, we would get really confused and think they were talking the "Halloween" movies...I remember in like 5th or 6th grade, this boy in our class did something that was kinda awkwardly funny and someone was like, "Ha ha, that's something that Mike Myers would do!" and my friends and I got really confused and were like, "No, he wouldn't! He would attack you with a knife!"...and we couldn't understand why people were giving us strange looks!!

Anon
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i used to watch those old movies halloween with micheal myers.. they would scar me so bad as a child. SInce i really didn't know his name i would say "mommy help! micheal jackson is under my bed!" (:

sSsSs
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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.

Toph
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As a kid I used to watch these old b&w movies and thought that world used to be black and white..

Rasydan A.R
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I used to believe that whenever someone got shot in a movie, they really died. They sacrificed their life for their art.

Anon
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Until I was about 5, i believed that whenever you watched a movie,the people (or animated characters...lol) would have to preform the movie! I think i was over a friends house when i realized i was wrong.. never said a word to her!

Vicki "Bloom"
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When I was little, I thought that all the people that was killed in films were prisoners from death row being executed while making the film.

Anon
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I used to think gunshots and dying in movies were real. I always assumed they had paid their families a lot of money as compensation. I also taught they filmed all the movies they ever did just before they died,like just acted their part because they knew they were going to die

Anon
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Ever since I saw the film 'the witches' I wouldn't sleep on the floor in my friend's house because I was too scared because I thought the witches would come and turn me into a rat.

Now a witch
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I used to believe movies were shot from beginning to end in chronological order. I still think that makes sense.

Andrew
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I thought that Willie Wonka(from Charlie and the chocolate factory) was a girl until i saw the movie

Anon
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Patch from Santa Clause The Movie was real.

Joe
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I used to think that the world was black and white until some clever person invented colour and painted everything. This was because I used to watch the old black and white films......

Kelly
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i used to believe that jar jar binks from star wars es name was mr.brush brush

Anon
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