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Your first movie theater film?

 
Blessed Jael

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Terminator 2, we were supposed to go see some cartoon, but dad of my friend messed something up.

I loved it, my friend was terrified. (we were around 7-8 years old)
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I'm surprised that I don't know for sure but it was probably the 1966 Batman movie. Speaking of terrified, around the same age as you I went with a friend to see "The Brain Eaters". Five minutes in I was so scared I excused myself to go to the bathroom and bolted out the door and ran all the way home! Ha ha ha I eventually watched it as an adult and its a laughably bad "B" horror movie.
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Star Wars was my first theater film but we had seen many movies at the drive-in prior to that.
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In other words, what is the approximate age of the person using your username and IP address?
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King Kong 1976
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Snow White
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Hud w/Paul Newman.
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that was soooo long ago I have no idea what I saw


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Jaws 3D
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The Explorers. River Phoenix and Ethan Hawk. 1985
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Jaws! With my cousins in Syracuse ,N.Y.. Cue the spooky bass sounds. When the head popped out of that boat Hull I squished my popcorn!
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A nice fun thread !!


My mom was a big Elvis Presley fan and I remember going
to see Blue Hawaii in 1961 I was a young boy but I still
remember that movie .

I would say my biggie was True Grit with John Wayne
and I went my myself . I think I was 12 and went with
a buddy .
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I was 8 and my dad took me to see Jaws. I was scared shitless of any water for a month. LOL
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Jaws was mine too.
My Dad took us to Hollyweird for it because it was the biggest theater and best sound. It really didn't scare me though.
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The Green Berets

7 years old
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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (original technicolor) - I can't remember how old I was.
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My first movie was The Goonies which I went to see when I was eleven in 1985.
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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (original technicolor) - I can't remember how old I was.
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You were about Eight.
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A nice fun thread !!


My mom was a big Elvis Presley fan and I remember going
to see Blue Hawaii in 1961 I was a young boy but I still
remember that movie .

I would say my biggie was True Grit with John Wayne
and I went my myself . I think I was 12 and went with
a buddy .
 Quoting: DrFesterpus



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Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum
Vi veri universum vivus vici
"There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact".
Arthur Conan Doyle
"Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth".
Arthur Conan Doyle
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The Green Berets

7 years old
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Either Robin Hood or The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes
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Tremors. I was a wee lass. It scared me lol
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Greyfriars Bobby


1961


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A hard days night, 1964
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first in a theatre, not sure.. what i vividly remember.. Jaws, Earthquake(in "sensuround"!!) buncha the disney live action stuff.. anyone remember the kurt russell triology? "the computer wore tennis shoes" the strongest man in the world, now you see him, now you don't ??
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I believe Charlotte's Web.

And then Jaws.
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Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan


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My parents took me to see “2001: A Space Odyssey” when it was first released in theatres in 1968 when I was 4 years old. It was my first visit to a movie theatre and I remember vividly how blown away I was by the imagery.

It’s still my favorite movie and I have been a huge fan of Sci Fi movies and books to this day.





I can remember my parents taking me to a Drive-In a few times before “A Space Odyssey” but they always had me sleep on the back seat while they watched the movie, so I can’t remember what they were, although i’m pretty sure one was a Billy Jack movie.

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that was soooo long ago I have no idea what I saw


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Magnificent Seven. (Brenner/McQueen)
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I think it was Song of the South (Zippity do dah..) but it's been banned

also recall Jaws a bit later - was terrified!
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"Oh Solon you are young"

You mean my first drive-in movie?

Memory gets foggy before I could walk, but I am pretty sure it was "The Good, The Bad and the Ugly" with Clint Eastwood?

Forget what the other 2 were? The one I always wanted to see, I always passed out before it came on. (They did that on purpose. I am sure somehow in league with parents...they were crafty)
We could
Leave our home. All of us at once.
Get there before sundown, right at, and get parked. Hang a speaker on the window and stay there until 12 or 1:30 when movie three got over.
Between movies, you could go to the concession stand and it was all clean and the food was really good and everybody there and that worked there looked like you. Little kids. Since the whole thing had a 12 foot fence all around it, that the screen was outside of, everybody ran around wherever during intermission to run off sitting still for the movie. Nobody stold or fkd anybody.
We piled pillows and blankets in what was called the "way back" for a bed and nobody fought or shot anybody.

In my fog somewhere I am sure I remember Steve McQueen and Charles Bronson while passing out on popcorn, soda and ice cream narcosis....

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