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Your first movie theater film?

 
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The first I remember was "The Thing", the original one. Scared the crap out of me. To make sure all the crap was out, my brother had a friend put a hand in the window behind our tv. Of course it was pulsing just like the severed hand in the movie. I almost lost it.
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The Garbage Pail Kids Movie (1987) and it scarred me for life.
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Robert Redford film unforgetable.

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That was a GREAT movie!
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Lets change laws to satisfy peoples emotions, things will be fine and dandy all the time -_-
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The town I grew up in had no theater, the closest was an hour away so I did not see many. Either one of the Herbie the love bug films from the 70s or Blackbeard at a sit in theater. Drive in was Definitely Smokey and the Bandit. That became my favorite movie. I was 10-11 and that was the 1st place my dad (RIP) took me after he and mom divorced. Funny, every time I see that movie or a black Trans Am I think of dad who, according to mom tried to look like Burt.

I can now recite every line from that movie and point out the different edits for TV and Theater.

I was lucky enough to Meet Burt Reynolds a few weeks before he died.

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Popeye (1980)
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Jeremiah Johnson

Robert Redford film unforgetable.

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That was a GREAT movie!
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YES! i remember seeing this at a drive in movie theather good times!!
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Disney's Swiss Family Robinson...
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I don’t remember the name of the movie but I do remember a guy walking on the wings of an airplane when it was flying.

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In the theaters, Bambi, back in 1975 when I was 3 and it was playing at the Lincoln Theater in Newark, NJ.

I remember being scared of the fire scene.

First movie as an actual family, was Star Wars in 1977 and my mom actually brought my baby brother (which was a mistake) as we had just moved and didn't know or trust anyone to be a babysitter.

First drive-in, lol, was when my parents were still young and wanted to go the drive-in. There was a double feature of Grease and then Animal House as the 2nd movie.

We had a 1962 Impala with those large bench seats and I wound up sleeping in the back seat as Animal House played at 10pm.
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My parents took me to William Castle's 13 Ghosts(1960), with the red and blue Illusion-O Ghost Viewer. Vivid memories for a 5 year old-have been hooked on horror ever since!

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Bambi at age 3 or 4! I remember all the little kids crying when Bambi's mom got shot!! There were hundreds of screaming and crying kids asking "WHY?"

I remember lots of mad parents trying to explain it to those kids … including me.

NOW I know why!!!!
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Clash of the Titans.
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Hercules Unchained starring Steve Reeves. Saw it with my Mom at the Marlboro theater on Madison street in Chicago.
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The first Alien. I couldn't sleep for a week.
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Bambi at age 3 or 4! I remember all the little kids crying when Bambi's mom got shot!! There were hundreds of screaming and crying kids asking "WHY?"

I remember lots of mad parents trying to explain it to those kids … including me.

NOW I know why!!!!
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Today the parents would end up suing Disney and the movie theatres for an emotional trauma payday.
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Bambi at age 3 or 4! I remember all the little kids crying when Bambi's mom got shot!! There were hundreds of screaming and crying kids asking "WHY?"

I remember lots of mad parents trying to explain it to those kids … including me.

NOW I know why!!!!
 Quoting: grannyB


Bambi's mom getting shot didn't phase me. We were a Portuguese/Italian family and so, seeing dead dear, rabbits and the likes was common as all my Uncles were hunters. Picking out a local chicken or rabbit that was killed right there was commonplace in the "downneck" Ironbound part of Newark was how it went.

When we moved to the W.A.S.P. area we did when I was 4, the neighbors weren't used to all of the things we bbq'd all summer long either, lol.
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Chariots of the Gods... Mom and dad took me when I was 4 or 5.
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I saw that at the Drive-in in my first car a '68 Olds Cutlass... I was 19...


and I kinda remember thinking...


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The original "Night of the Living Dead" back in 67'. Dad told my mom he was gonna take us (my brother & I) to see a Walt Disney cartoon. What a liar Dad turned out to be. I must've slept with the light on for the next 5 years. chuckle

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Coal Miner's Daughter... I had no choice Mom and Dad took me.
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I was watching movies at perhaps age 6 or so in my small town. Again I don't remember... that would have been around 1953 or so.. what was "new" then?
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I don’t remember the name of the movie but I do remember a guy walking on the wings of an airplane when it was flying.
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I could not stop thinking about this first movie, so I finally found it online.

The Great Waldo Pepper

“The Great Waldo Pepper is a 1975 American drama film directed, produced, and co-written by George Roy Hill. Set during 1926–1931, the film stars Robert Redford as a disaffected World War I veteran pilot who missed the opportunity to fly in combat, and examines his sense of postwar dislocation in 1920s America. The cast includes Margot Kidder, Bo Svenson, Edward Herrmann and Susan Sarandon. The Great Waldo Pepper depicts barnstorming during the 1920s and the accidents that led to aviation regulations by the Air Commerce Act.”

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Drive-ins were so much fun!

Let's all go to the lobby
Let's all go to the lobby
Let's all go to the lobby
To get ourselves a snack!
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The first movie I saw in a theater (building) was E.T. in 1982.
However, the first and last movie I saw in a drive-in theater was Superman II in 1980.
I have not been to a drive-in since then.
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Blazing Saddles. I remember as it was the first time I heard my dad laugh.
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The Road Warrior
I was 6 never forgot it.
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The Last Star Fighter

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i remember watching summer magic at a service station that overlooked a drive in between calabash and myrtle beach. our falcon station wagon broke down and it took a couple of hours to fix. summer 1963, i was 3.





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