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I Remember My Favourite Childhood Film

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    The year...1977... the place.

    ... The old "classic" cinema... the film.... star wars...a new hope... omg... what a film.... and to this day, ive never forgotten it...and still watch it regularly...along with the rest of the star wars saga.... it has taken over my life tbh... i own so much star wars...
    expressomarkie expressomarkie 46-50, M 2 Responses Feb 25

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    Am I The Only One?

    So the only post here is from someone who CAN'T remember their favorite movie? A Goofy Movie. My Dad and me watched it I don't how many times.
    GrieviousMischief GrieviousMischief 22-25, M Jun 29, 2013

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    Day 57: Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet starring Edward G. Robinson from 1940. A top notch Robinson film which is based on the life of the German doctor and scientist, Paul Ehrlich...
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    I love childhood memories, because I had no idea what was coming.
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    I remember as a young boy my main focus in life would be to make people laugh. I would do this in many different ways by acting out a scene from my favourite Disney movie. To just...
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    I just watched About Time. It is now one of my favourite films and it actually made me cry. And it takes a lot to make me cry! I would seriously recommend it if you like romantic...
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    I don't want to remember Bill. I don't want to remember my dad calling me a skit. I don't want to remember my husband had an affair. I don't want to remember I did the same thing...
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    The Man Who Came To Dinner, 1942 starring Monty Woolley, Bette Davis and Ann Sheridan. This movie was on TCM yesterday and will replay on Christmas Eve at 8pm. During the...
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