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Posted: 9/14/2004 6:57:08 AM EST
I thought it was either Paper Moon or The Sting, but they were in 1973. It must have been The Poseidon Adventure in 72'.

I feel old.
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Song of the South.
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Empire Strikes Back
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Disney's "The World's Greatest Athlete," in 1973. Second movie was "Jaws" in 1975.

Never been a big theater-goer.
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Pinoccio.
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Hmmm, had to be "Herbie Goes Bananas"

although the one I remember best was when my dad took me to see "Star Wars" and kicked off an obsession.

ETA: Couldn't have been Herbie Goes Bananas... I just checked IMDB. Maybe Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo? Oh well. Star Wars was what really sticks out anyway.
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"The Blue Max" in a drive-in theatre ... must have been around 1968
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JAWS

my big sister snuck me in (i was 5). changed my life. became obsessed with sharks, any picture i drew from when i was 5 to about 10 was a shark eating somebody. teachers musta though i was nuts.

dad did find out, sis got it big trouble.
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Drive in somewhere in the Philippines age 5. Green Berets with John Wayne. I can still remember watching the flaming man coming out of the downed huey.
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"Herbie Rides Again" 1974



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Chip and Dales rescue rangers, early 70s
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Star Wars IV. I was 1.5.

Then it would be Star Trek 2, E.T., Star Wars V, and Raiders of the Lost Ark.
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The Empire Strikes Back
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Jaws, at the Edgewood Theatre on Edgewood Avenue. The theatre is now a small community college.
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Star Wars
in Houston near Almeda Mall
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"Beach Blanket Bingo."

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My Dad took me to see "The Searchers" with John Wayne. It was 1956 and I was 8 years old.
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[Last Edit: 9/14/2004 7:07:57 AM EST by samsi]

Originally Posted By TheRicker:
Bambi.



+1

Old Painless, I just watched The Searchers again a few weeks ago. Good movie, incredibly non PC.
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Grand Prix with James Garner. 1963 or 64.
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101 dalmations. Though it wasn't in 1960's, was a re-release in late 80's.
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[Last Edit: 9/14/2004 7:10:22 AM EST by panzersergeant]

Originally Posted By skid2964:
"The Blue Max" in a drive-in theatre ... must have been around 1968



I think it was closer to 1966, and it was an awesome movie for it's time!

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Star Wars: Return of the Jedi 1983 I was 3 years old!
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Star Wars. Manns Chinese 1977
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The 3rd or last starwars before the prequal stuff.
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The Hunt for The Red October
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Movie changed me forever.
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1. The Fox and the Hound -- don't remember much about it
2. ET -- scared the HELL out of me when he started getting sick at the end
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I believe it was Disneys 'Davy Crocket and the River Pirates' in 1957 or 58.
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My first was "Viva Las Vegas" with my mom.

Second was (I think) "Thunderball", my first Bond movie.
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JAWS!

I think it was five years before I could close my eyes in the bath tube. lol.


I never ACTUALLY forgave my sister for that one......
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Empire Strikes Back at a drive in.
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STAR WARS

THE orginal one (ANH)
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Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978)

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Originally Posted By samsi:

Old Painless, I just watched The Searchers again a few weeks ago. Good movie, incredibly non PC.



I have a copy and watch it now and then. It is a great movie. And you are sure correct about the non-PC-ness of the movie.

"Oh Lord, for what we are about to recieve, we give you thanks."
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[Last Edit: 9/14/2004 8:18:51 AM EST by Older_Crow]
Holiday Inn w/ Bing Crosby. Movie was made in '42. I saw a rerun with my mom in '52/53 in the local movie house.

I'm an ol' fart!
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I THINK it was the animated version of The Hobbit in 1977, when I was 3.5
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The Sound of Music, 1965. It was so long it had an intermission. I remember seing random $.25 movies in town, but this is the first one I actually remember. We had to go to the city to see it.
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Mary Poppins
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"Transformers the Movie"

I was like 8 and I remember it
was "cool" because Optimus
Prime cursed in it (I think he
said "damn" once).

How things change...

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King Kong (1976)
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"As Kings Go Forth" - a very good non-muscial film with Sinatra, Tony Curtis, and Nat Woods. Either late 1960 or early '61 at the Sunset Drive-In in Temple, Texas. Car was a '59 Ford country Squire Station Wagon. I was about 4 year old.
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Bambi

Old Art Deco Theater Mainstreet Newhaven Missouri 1979 I was 2.5

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[Last Edit: 9/14/2004 3:36:08 PM EST by rocko]
First Blood - I guess I was about 6. I think it made an impression.
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