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    Re: Friday OT - Favorite childhood movies

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    Re: Friday OT - Favorite childhood movies

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    No love for Ladybugs?!?

    Anything that involved Rodney Dangerfield was an instant classic.



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    Re: Friday OT - Favorite childhood movies

    Quote Originally Posted by Istater4life View Post
    Anything that involved Rodney Dangerfield was an instant classic.
    AND teen boys in drag. Double whammy.


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    Re: Friday OT - Favorite childhood movies

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    Re: Friday OT - Favorite childhood movies

    Quote Originally Posted by oldman View Post
    Swiss Family Robinson, Computer Wore Tennis Shoes, Flubber, Mary Poppins, The Good The Bad and The Ugly, The Magnficent Seven
    Great movies but GOOD LORD...you weren't kidding when you created your account, huh?



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    Re: Friday OT - Favorite childhood movies

    A lot of good ones already mentioned,here's a few more-Mad Max, Escape from New York, The Warriors, Beverley Hills Cop, The Lost Boys, Revenge of the Nerds



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    Re: Friday OT - Favorite childhood movies

    6 pages and no mention of any Ernest movies?!?!? Ernest Scared Stupid was the best of them all though

    Others I watched as a kid:
    -The Pest
    -3 Ninjas
    -Blank Check
    -Jurassic Park (Still my favorite movie to this day)
    -Star Wars
    -Terminator
    -The Mighty Ducks

    Many others I can not think of right now but would probably be consider lame today...




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    Re: Friday OT - Favorite childhood movies

    Legit Movies: Star Wars, Star Trek II (still very much a favorite), Jurassic Park (my parents wouldn't let me go see it in the theaters when it came out, so I read the book [at age 7] just to show them)

    Un-legit movies: Robot Jox (Just rewatched this movie, and it's still freaking awesome. Whole thing is on Youtube!), I'm sure many, many other terrible B-level science fiction movies. Trashy sci-fi is by far my favorite genre.



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    Re: Friday OT - Favorite childhood movies

    First one came to my mind was, "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World." One of those incredibly long movies that seemed to pop up on commercial tv every once in a while and it seemed I never caught the first 15 minutes or so, but since it was so long, and star-studded, it didn't seem to matter. Of course I remember a time before you could just go to your local video store and rent a VHS movie, so there's that.

    I also begged and begged my parents to see "Bonny and Clyde" when it came out. I finally got to see it a couple months after it came out at the local drive-in.

    Mostly if we did get to see a movie at the theater it was Dean Jones and/or Flubber, or possibly Don Knotts wishing he was a fish.


    No matter what, I could NEVER cheer for Dirt and Urine.

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