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    [Movies] Your childhood movie?

    The movie you saw as a child that you will never forget, that inspired you, gave you creative ideas and dreams, or a movie that revolved around your childhood. Mine was The Goonies, Home Alone, and Harriet the Spy (yes i wanted to become a spy after the movie)
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    Aladdin and the Lion King are the two movies which I most fondly remember. I'm excluding those 15-30 minute cartoons of the list.
    Non-Animation movies which I remember are Home Alone and Little Rascals

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    Oh, this one is tough. I have 3 movies that I vividly remember loving as a child. Jurassic Park, Lion King, and Homeward Bound. I do know I loved a lot of other movies as well, but those 3 are the ones that stick out the most in my mind. I don't think I could ever choose just one as being the most defining movie of my childhood.

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    Brewmaster jahasafrat's Avatar
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    Darby O'Gill and the Little People.

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    Stood in the Fire S Blieft's Avatar
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    Any horse related movie was a fave as a kid.

    Pharlap, Black Stallion, Black Beauty and so on.
    But... there was this one movie I watched when I was very young. It was based
    in Australia and was about 2 young children and a pony. The girl was in a wheelchair and
    was the daughter of the wealthiest man in the county, the boy was a poor kid whom I can't
    remember much else about. The story was basically both kids found this wild pony and claimed it
    as their own, there was a "contest" in the town square with the pony and the 2 kids. The child
    that the pony went to was the "owner". I must've watched it 20 times by the time I was 8-9 and
    it just stuck with me all these years... "Be true to yourself and Life will work out the way it's supposed to"
    is the lesson I took from it. I googled it awhile back to find the name but never had any success.

    Also, though not a movie... I have very fond memories of watching Miami Vice with my dad on friday nites
    while we ate Old Dutch Rippled Chips and drank coke, BUT NOT NEW COKE because it's not real coke!
    (i'm showing my age but yea, new coke xD)
    And eight, eight, I forget what eight was for

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    Quote Originally Posted by jahasafrat View Post
    Darby O'Gill and the Little People.
    I had a thing for irish girls for a while after watching that one :P

    Star Wars (4) and Raiders of the Lost Ark I'd say had more long term influence for me tho hehe.

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    Blademaster Doftsvamp's Avatar
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    Al'Akir / Aggramar
    lion king ofc

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    Mechagnome Edx's Avatar
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    The Secret of NIMH is probably the most memorable movie of my childhood, watched it countless times.

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    The Goonies.

    I must have watched this film over 100 times and still have it on DVD I love it.

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    The Lightbringer Pvt Hudson's Avatar
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    Star wars was my childhood, i must of worn out my vhs tapes watching them again and again.

    "Would you please let me join your p-p-party?

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    The Patient KickThatGuy's Avatar
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    Nightmare Before Christmas.

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    The Lightbringer Crackleslap's Avatar
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    Jurassic Park and Star Wars.

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    Home Alone.

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    The Dark Crystal or The Black Hole...was usually a coin flip for me which one I would want to watch over and over as a kid depending on my mood.
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    Disney's Beauty and the Beast

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    Scarab Lord shise's Avatar
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    Spaniard in Copenhagen

    And Jumanji.

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    Mechagnome Draqson's Avatar
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    5th Reich; Germany
    Watership Down

    also Bud Spencer & Terrence Hill Movies... those from 1972-1985
    Lion King and many other Disney-Movies
    Star-Wars Trilogy
    Indiana Jones Trilogy
    James Bond

    ooooh and Never-Ending Story...
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    The Lightbringer inboundpaper's Avatar
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    Jurrassic Park. Not even Star Wars comes close.
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    Field Marshal zandiy's Avatar
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    In my childhood i watched Toy Story on VHS more than 50 times. Still to this day its my favorite movie of all time.

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    Jurassic Park and Toy Story are by far the movies I watched the most as a child.

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