I have several, but Mary Poppins is one of them. I used to know the lyrics to all the songs!
Your favorite movie from childhood?
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OP, I see what you are doing......🤣
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Yea I know I'm fucked up.
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It was a great movie, R2!
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On a related note, one of my favorite childhood songs...
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My favorite childhood song.
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I loved this song.
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I absolutely adore Mary Poppins. I can watch it repeatedly.
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I was trying to decide between Chitty Chitty Gang Bang and The Postman Always Rings Twice.
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I would have killed to have a timeshare on Cherry Tree Lane.
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Better Off Dead, and I plan to show it to my high school students later this month.
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Swiss Family Robinson or Salo.
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R13, that's a funny movie. I forgot about it.
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The kids are excited because they know who Dan Schneider is from Nickelodeon.
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Fritz the Cat.
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Another vote for "Mary Poppins". It was the first movie I ever saw in a theater, the cavernous Capitol Theater in downtown Flint, Michigan (I know, but in those days Flint was booming and prosperous). The theater was so packed that I had to sit with my dad, while my sister sat with Mom in a different spot because there were no spans of four continuous seats remaining. This was a Sunday matinee and the men were in suits (including Dad) and the ladies wore nice outfits, including hats, gloves, and, no doubt, girdles underneath. I was so entranced with the movie that I wanted it to go on forever. In fact, I dreaded its end from its very beginning. I recall Dad explaining a few things to me about Edwardian England, as well, which, as a first-grader, I didn't really focus upon. Anyway, it was a really stand-out magical experience in my childhood and it ignited a life-long love of movies in me. Oh yes, afterwards, we bought the "Mary Poppins" soundtrack album and some "Mary Poppins" paint-by-numbers sets and proceeded to ruin Mom's white Saarinen kitchen chairs with blobs of oil paint-- something she felt was less than "supercalifragilisticexpealidocious".
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The Gnome Mobile
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I prefer this version of Mary Poppins
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Straight boys don’t watch Mary Poppins lol
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Who here is straight R21?
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Mary Poppins, the Trouble with Angels, any Disney movie with the young Kurt Russell
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I hated children's films as a child. I thought they were creepy.
It was a lot harder to have a favorite film before home video because you could only see a film when a theater, local film society or TV station decided to show it.
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New Wave Hookers.
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The Wizard of Oz
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This one, of course. It inspired mw ro be a cosrume designer.
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*Inspired me to be a costume designer. I sew, and sculpt better than I type!
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[quote] It inspired mw ro be a cosrume designer.
And a raging drunk.
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Bride of Chucky
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The Sound of Music, I think I’ve seen it at least 15 times. It even makes me cry as an adult, near the end of the movie.
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Singing in the rain
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101 Dalmatians and Hocus Pocus
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Agree on "Mary Poppins", OP.
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Lots of Mary Poppins fans here. Awesome.
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bedknobs and broomsticks > Mary Poppins, any time, any day
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Hairspray - I knew I was gay when Zac Efron came all over the screen.
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The 7 Faces of Dr. Lao
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Trivia, which Mary Poppins actor had won an Oscar ?
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I used to love "Paw - Boy of Two Worlds" (1959) which showed on TV all the time in the early 70's. It was dubbed into English. Great movie, if you can find it!
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"Where The Boys Are".
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Matilda. As a young gayling, I could identify with feeling like I didn't belong to the normal, hetero world or not being intimidated by authority figures who thought they could tell me what to do simply because they were bigger and older. I've always wanted people to earn my respect as I hope I earn respect from others.
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Man of Steel. It was my first introduction to Superman and the world of Zack Synder.
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