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CrisWeb CrisWeb 26-30, M 24 Answers Jul 4, 2012

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Caberet starring Liza Minnelli

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The only thing I've seen her in was when she was on "Arrested Developement" She can be a funny lady.

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The Lion King.

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I have a lovey bunch of coconuts.

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Back in my day there was something called "Cinerama." It was three screens and gave you a sort of surrounded effect. I saw The Brothers Grimm and How The West Was Won in Cinerama. Cool!

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I heard about that. I love old theaters and Drive-inns, it's very sad that those things died out.

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Now that I remember better; it was JUNGLE BOOK by Disney; it was in the summer and they had A/C (our home didn't) in an OLD theatre that had a balcony.



A Star Is Born was the first movie that I saw without my parents. I went with some girlfriends on a snowy January day when school was closed. Funny how you can't make it to school but can walk in deep snow many miles to go to a movie!!!

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Lucky, I've never sat in a Balcony.

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I took my son to see "How to train your dragon" and we sat up in the Mezzanine (balcony); like sitting with no one in front of you while being UP above the stage.

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Footloose...first one

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I'm not making fun of that movie, but the only part I saw was when he was "Run Dancing" through a warehouse or something. Also this was before someone told me it was about a town that banned dancing. LOL

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Disney's The Aristocats. I had to share a seat with my cousin 'cause neither one of us was heavy enough to hold down the seat by ourselves!

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My uncle use to put my brother and I in the trunk of the car, to sneak us into a Drive-inn

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The Little Mermaid

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I liked the crab character

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Funny Girl (a Barbara Striesand movie) and it was great!

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I was way to young to get any of the humor in that when I was a kid.

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well it was just a great movie! I loved it

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I'll check it out again.

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Mine was a Barbara movie too...R rated and we snuck in to see "A Star Is Born".

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I don't go to the theaters often so the first on i seen was The Simpsons.

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No ****!!! I haven't seen it, but I use to be really into them in the 90's so I guess that's not a bad one to start with.

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Bambi

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What's that white stuff???

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Snow...

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christmas that almost wasn't

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If it was your first, I hope it did. Lol

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Brewster's Millions, 1985

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What were the stipulations that he had to follw?

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He had to spend it all in one day right? I don't remember much about it, I was only 5. lol

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Considering the "Crack" problems that Richard Pryor had at the time, it should have been fairly easy for him.

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Touche. lol

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It was a drive in, the movie was called 2000 Maniacs, I was 5 or 6, and it was such a horrible piece of trash my mom 1st made us kids lay down in the back seat and then finally made my dad take us all home.

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Are you serious, how old are you really???
P.S. I made it through like 5 minutes of that movie.

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I'm 50 and this was in '68 I think. There's been a remake called 2001 maniacs with Robert Englund, but I'm talking about the original.

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Oh!!! I get it. Well if the first one was as bad as the remake, I think I'll pass. I bet your parents flipped.

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Actually, the remake is a bit better than the 1st one, if that gives you any idea of how wretched the 1st one was.

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Honey I Blew Up the Kid.



I just did an IMDB search on it and turns out that was 20 years ago! Damn, time flies!

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I was 7, and I thought it was real.

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The Lion King :)

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"Scars" the man.

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Pippi Longstocking when I was 5 or 6

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That was one of my first as well. I loved it, but just couldn't get my head around how superhuman she was.

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I bet we saw different versions. I saw mine in 73...lol...but the whole living in the tree thing really intrigued me at that age.

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I saw the one where she was in an orphanage. And her dad was like a Pirate that could lift heavy sh!t.

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It was one of those old, B-version Tarzan movies. It scared the crap out of me.

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I remember seeing "Greystone" I think it's called. It's a cool spin on Tarzan, but the gorillas scared the sh!t out of me.

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The Jungle Book?

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I always liked Baloo.

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10 minutes of Bambi

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First or last?

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Hmm somewhere near the start i think

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I like when "Thumper" shows him the ropes.

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Just like prison life. Lol

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no i think it was when his mum got shot =/ We were stood up at the back for some reason and then we left.

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Shrek

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