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When I was a kid I would watch old black and white movies and thought that something happened around the 60s that made everything color. It wasn't until I asked my parents what it was like when the world went color that I learned the truth,
I used to believe that on films when the cast came up on the end of films 'in order of appearance' it meant how good-looking they were. I always got confused watching the hunchback of notre dame, where frolo came before phoebus!
Before I could read, I used to believe that movie credits were the book version of the exact same movie, so couldn't figure out why people who could read would stick around to see the film.
When I first heard "The Exorcist," I thought that "The Exorcist" was something about exercising and work out.
I used to try my hardest not to rewind or fast-forward videos, because I thought that each time you did that the actors had to play their parts either really fast or backwards. I felt sorry for them.
I used to believe that when someone was killed in a movie, they were killed for real. I assumed they had to film the entire movie except the death scene and then hope that scene went perfectly well. Otherwise they'd have to get someone new to play the person who died and shoot the whole thing all over again. Similarly - if there was a kid who grew up in the movie, they had to wait for that kid to grow up for real.
When I was little I had watched those old black and white "moving pictures" the ones that were made in the early part of the last century . People moved around in jerky movements on screen. I used to think that was how people really walked in those days.
I used to believe (and I still believe my demented kindergarden teacher put this belief into our heads) that the FBI warning at the beginning of videos prohibiting unauthorized copies meant that we could not act out anything we saw on the tape, that is to say, copy their actions. So when I was the only one who stood up and imitated the dancing on the tape, the entire class screamed at me to sit down, and I have felt the first of many traumatic school experiences...it was only until 3rd grade I learned that copies of movies could be made, something we learned to do quite rapidly with our spare VCR and Blockbuster membership..
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 think that as movies "got older" they turned to black and white, like the color all faded out with time or something. Before this I thought that "the olden days" were really black and white. Like I asked my dad, "wasn't it boring to live in black & white?"
My sister told me that Jackie Chan was insane and lived in a mental asylum. They only let him out to make his movies. My sister continues to lie about things and I continue to believe her.
when i was 10 (now 24!) i watched "when harry met sally" with my dad and (then) 8-year-old sister...at the famous scene, my dad, with the straightest of faces, told us that sally was having an epileptic fit...at 10 i had no reason to believe otherwise!!
My nan told me that the actor who played E.T. had died shortly after filming finished, because he'd had his neck stretched so much during filming. When I eventually found out this wasn't true I didn't dare tell my nan for fear of upsetting her.
I used to believe that "lukewarm water" was warmed by luke skywalker. i guess i watched a little too much starwars.
As a young child I was of the belief that, because of his appearance (which I considered to be very strange and unnatural-looking), Christopher Walken was not a real person, but instead was some sort of robot-Muppet.
I used to think Star Wars wis Democrat vs. Republican because they would talk about the Republic.
I used to think all cinema curtains were made of really thin material because you could still see the image THROUGH them when they closed...it didn't occur to me that the image was being projected ONTO the curtain.
Always when I saw some love or kissing sceen on a movie I belived that the actor and actress where married. But when i started to watch James Bond I saw him kissing with other women so I sayd to my mother that James Bond is cheeting on his wife. My mom explaind to me how it worked.
my four year old niece loved watching "My Fair Lady", and thought the main lady singing was called "Her eyes are too little" [Eliza Doolittle]
As I saw "Back to the future 2" first time in 1991, when I was eight, I was convinced they had really moved in time to the year 2015 to make future scenes! I just couldn't believe someone could create vision of the future with so many details - there were lot of trade-marks, types of clothes, so many products (Pizza, Pepsi Perfect etc.) that it made me sure it was true AD 2015. I only wondered how the hell they had found the way to travel in time...