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  1. #11
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    Recently I caught the 1976 version of "Freaky Friday" on TV. Jody Foster as the daughter and Barbara Harris as the mother. I remember seeing that one in the theater w/ a friend when we were 11!
    Talk about fashion flashbacks! All I could think about was how many pictures my parents have of me and my sister wearing clothes w/ obnoxiously printed fabrics!!
    Although I really like the black velvet pantsuit the "mother" was wearing in the movie. Waist-length fitted jacket paired with flare legged slacks. It was actually quite elegant looking.
    70's styles were not all bad. there's actually a lot that I would make for myself now. Just those fabrics!! EEK!!

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    Anyone remember The Brave Little Toaster? I must have watched that movie a million times; it was always on TV.
    I really loved The Halloween Tree, too, which was a cartoon made-for-TV Halloween special based on the Ray Bradbury book. I remember it being pretty creepy, but then again I was a pretty big baby.

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    The Brave Little Toaster scared me, and the only thing that I remembered was the clown in the shower. Or something.
    I watched Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealers until my eyes rotted out of my head. And then, probably 10 or 11 years later, I was at my dad's house and sick with the flu. He took me to the movie store to pick something out, and I found an old copy and watched it, and it made me feel little again. It was nice. But I think that was my favorite. That and 101 Dalmations or Lady and the Tramp.

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    Most of the movies I love because I loved them as a kid, I avoid because it ruins them :)

    Milo and Otis
    American Tale
    Home Alone (one I still watch)
    Benny & Joon
    Lady and the Tramp
    Uncle Buck

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    i was obsessed with The Secret of NIMH as a kid! i had a total little-kid crush on that one rat named (i think) Timothy... he was the guard rat... i also had an awesome pet rat, Templeton of course, as a kid. i also liked the book (Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH i think it was called).

    i also loved, and secretly still love and know all the songs to, The Chipmunk Adventure. i would desperately love to have that movie on VHS or DVD, but they only have those sketchy Malaysian pirated copies on eBay.

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    Goonies!!! (Watched it for the millionth time today.)

    Fox and the Hound (First movie I went to without a grown up...it was the summer before 3rd grade.)

    The Great Muppet Caper

    Popeye

    Star Wars

    Grease!! (I had the album too!)

    I wonder how many movies that I don't remember now that I loved then? I would love to see them again....I can only imagine how it would transport me right back!

    Isn't it funny how this thread totally reveals our ages? Heh.

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    bedknobs and broomsticks, and swiss family robinson were two movies that i couldve watched til my eyes bled. i loved them. i also loved the PBS version of the lion the witch and wardrobe.

    and uh... return to oz scared the shit out of me! i had nightmares for weeks after i saw that one! i should rent it as an adult...

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    "Clash of the Titans." Boy those special effects seemed amazing when I was little.

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    Savannah Smiles
    Rhinestone Cowboy with Dolly Parton and Sylvester Stalone
    Grease
    The Muppets Take Manhattan

    Wow, I'm nostalgic now. What fun to have a childhood moviefest someday soon. Complete with grilled cheese and enough candy to rot the teeth out of my mouth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kellbell
    Savannah Smiles
    I loved Savannah Smiles. And, hearkening back to the beginning of the thread, The Electric Grandmother, too.

    Most people find it amusing when I say that one of my very favorite movies from when I was a kid is Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo. I loved that movie *so much* - I pretty much had it memorized.

    A little later on, I loved Girls Just Wanna Have Fun and Can't Buy Me Love. Watching Can't Buy Me Love in college sparked the following exchange during a scene where Ronald and Cindy are bonding:

    Snarky Friend: (snarkily) So what is it going to be revealed that she secretly writes soulful poetry or something?
    Me: (in all sincerity) I thought you said you hadn't seen this movie before.
    Snarky Friend: (aghast) Oh my god, are your serious?!?!?!

    But I stand by Girls Just Wanna Have fun :).


 
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