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« Reply #15 on: January 26, 2009, 09:26:23 AM »



First Theatre Movie: It must have been The Little Mermaid  Bluesad


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« Reply #16 on: January 26, 2009, 04:59:00 PM »

Theater:  Probably THE WONDERFUL LAND OF OZ (a dismal Childhood Production, which is now available on DVD from Something Weird . . . and I own it).

Videotape (Beta format): ALIEN, I think (I watched it just about every day . . . sometimes more than once per day . . . often after school with a bunch of my friends.  I was the first one in my neighborhood with a Beta machine, so it was a great novelty and we'd watch the same movie over and over.  We did the same thing with A CLOCKWORK ORANGE).

Videotape (VHS format): CROSS OF IRON

CED disc (sort of like a 33 1/3 RPM record, except it played movies . . . short-lived and not very good picture quality . . . ): THE WILD BUNCH

DVD: HOODLUM
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« Reply #17 on: January 28, 2009, 03:23:29 AM »

Theater-Hmmmm I think it was Fantastic Planet and I was very young not more than 3,maybe 4
laser disc-Alien 3
Betamax-wow...let me think.....Raiders of the Lost Ark or Monty Pythons MOL
VHS-I don't but I am gonna' guess Highlander
DVD-House By The Cemetary...i think...
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« Reply #18 on: February 02, 2009, 02:32:01 PM »

Earliest theatrical movie I can remember seeing: Oliver and Company.  I had recently turned five when it came out.  I'm guessing my mom or dad took me to a movie before this, though I'm not positive.

First beta: I have absolutely no idea.  We owned hundreds of movies on beta recorded off cable premium channels, thanks to my dad, and I watched tons of them from a very early age.  Likely, the first pre-recorded beta I saw was either Star Wars or Raiders of the Lost Ark.  We only owned maybe a half dozen pre-recorded Beta tapes.

First VHS: I think the first VHS movie I watched that was pre-recorded, and watched it at home, was Puppet Master III.  However, I'm pretty sure I saw movies at friends houses before this.  I also saw plenty of stuff recorded off TV on VHS before this. 

First LaserDisc: Educational films at school were the first material I saw.  We even had that special player that had computer connectivity.  I didn't actually get an LD player until around 11th grade though.  I believe the first movie I saw on LD was Radioactive Dreams - wanting to buy out-of-print films and films not available on DVD was a big reason I got an LD player.

First DVD: This one I know.  It was the Godzilla remake.  We had recently gotten a new computer, and it had a DVD-ROM.  I wanted to try a movie, and I got one that I knew would have impressive visual effects.  Watched it on the computer. 
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« Reply #19 on: February 02, 2009, 03:16:22 PM »

Theatre: Either Pinnocio or Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

VHS: E.T.

Laser disk: HA HA! I recall my friend's cousin showing me a player (that he wasn't allowed to use but seemed broken anyway) at their grandmother's house. Everyone had, or should have had, that sweet old lady who quasi adopted the neighborhood children-this cousin used her home to show us almost every single R rated movie before I was allowed to watch them.

DVD: It will bother me for the rest of my life until I can remember. Thanks. A lot.   
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« Reply #20 on: February 09, 2009, 04:39:38 PM »

I can remember being very little and watching Clash of the Titans a few times with my dad on our RCA video disc, and also by some infathomable coincidence he always seemed to get thirsty right at the same part of the flick and he'd ask me to go get him a soft drink. Well, I finally saw that movie a few years ago and discovered the scene where he happened to get thirsty and sent me out of the room was the same one where the princess gets nekkid and  takes a bath. What're the odds, eh?
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« Reply #21 on: February 09, 2009, 04:44:41 PM »

I can remember being very little and watching Clash of the Titans a few times with my dad on our RCA video disc, and also by some infathomable coincidence he always seemed to get thirsty right at the same part of the flick and he'd ask me to go get him a soft drink. Well, I finally saw that movie a few years ago and discovered the scene where he happened to get thirsty and sent me out of the room was the same one where the princess gets nekkid and  takes a bath. What're the odds, eh?

That's good parenting. My 'ol man just plonked me infront of the TV one night and let me watch Hellraiser......I was 7 years old  Buggedout
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« Reply #22 on: February 09, 2009, 04:52:52 PM »

I can remember being very little and watching Clash of the Titans a few times with my dad on our RCA video disc, and also by some infathomable coincidence he always seemed to get thirsty right at the same part of the flick and he'd ask me to go get him a soft drink. Well, I finally saw that movie a few years ago and discovered the scene where he happened to get thirsty and sent me out of the room was the same one where the princess gets nekkid and  takes a bath. What're the odds, eh?

That's good parenting. My 'ol man just plonked me infront of the TV one night and let me watch Hellraiser......I was 7 years old  Buggedout
My mom was the exact opposite. She was strict on everything we got to see as a kid. When Star Wars came out she wouldn't let my sister and I see it cause she felt that Darth Vader would give us nightmares. Unless it was a "G" rated movie, we didn't get to see it.
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« Reply #23 on: February 12, 2009, 04:23:45 PM »

Hmm... I probably have the worst memory in the world, but let's see...

The first movie I remember seeing in the theater was Jurassic Park. I'm sure I saw others before that, but JP is the only one that really stuck with me. I was a tomboy, and I pretty much LOVED dinosaurs. To this day, it's one of my favorite movies.

And the first DVD I ever bought was The Matrix. Totally worth whatever I paid for it.
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« Reply #24 on: February 12, 2009, 09:22:59 PM »

Hmm... I probably have the worst memory in the world, but let's see...

The first movie I remember seeing in the theater was Jurassic Park. I'm sure I saw others before that, but JP is the only one that really stuck with me. I was a tomboy, and I pretty much LOVED dinosaurs. To this day, it's one of my favorite movies.

And the first DVD I ever bought was The Matrix. Totally worth whatever I paid for it.

That makes me feel very old.  Bluesad

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« Reply #25 on: February 12, 2009, 11:49:40 PM »

I think the earliest movie I can remember seeing (in the drive-in, with my brothers and sisters in our jammies  Wink) was LT. ROBIN CRUSOE, U.S.N. a film I haven't seen since, remember hardly at all, except for liking it real well...
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« Reply #26 on: February 13, 2009, 05:47:19 PM »

Hmm... I probably have the worst memory in the world, but let's see...

The first movie I remember seeing in the theater was Jurassic Park. I'm sure I saw others before that, but JP is the only one that really stuck with me. I was a tomboy, and I pretty much LOVED dinosaurs. To this day, it's one of my favorite movies.

And the first DVD I ever bought was The Matrix. Totally worth whatever I paid for it.

That makes me feel very old.  Bluesad

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Heh, well I'm not THAT young, I mean I was born in 1986...
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« Reply #27 on: February 13, 2009, 06:30:19 PM »

Hmm... I probably have the worst memory in the world, but let's see...

The first movie I remember seeing in the theater was Jurassic Park. I'm sure I saw others before that, but JP is the only one that really stuck with me. I was a tomboy, and I pretty much LOVED dinosaurs. To this day, it's one of my favorite movies.

And the first DVD I ever bought was The Matrix. Totally worth whatever I paid for it.

That makes me feel very old.  Bluesad

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Heh, well I'm not THAT young, I mean I was born in 1986...

Ugh, I graduated high school in 1986.   Bluesad  Now I feel old, too.
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« Reply #28 on: February 13, 2009, 06:33:45 PM »

Hmm... I probably have the worst memory in the world, but let's see...

The first movie I remember seeing in the theater was Jurassic Park. I'm sure I saw others before that, but JP is the only one that really stuck with me. I was a tomboy, and I pretty much LOVED dinosaurs. To this day, it's one of my favorite movies.

And the first DVD I ever bought was The Matrix. Totally worth whatever I paid for it.

That makes me feel very old.  Bluesad

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Heh, well I'm not THAT young, I mean I was born in 1986...

Ugh, I graduated high school in 1986.   Bluesad  Now I feel old, too.

Oh, oops... Sorry! Would a beer help?  Cheers
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« Reply #29 on: February 13, 2009, 06:42:39 PM »

"Bambi"

Not the original theatrical release. I'm not that old, but the first time it was re-released to theaters. And we almost didn't see it, because it was showing in an unsavory part of town, and my father was afraid someone would steal the hubcaps off of the car, when we were in the theater.

And ever since then, I've been hooked on animated films.
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