r/AskReddit Jan 29 '22 Silver 9 Gold 1 Helpful 15 Wholesome 16 This 1

What's a movie you saw as a kid that only you seem to remember?

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u/RobertoBologna Jan 29 '22 Gold Wholesome

Wee Sing in Sillyville

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u/AlbySnarky Jan 29 '22

This is the first time I have ever heard of someone outside of my immediate family who has seen this. I loved it as a child!

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u/turtlecasey Jan 29 '22

Rizzledee razzledee hey bambasidee knickety knackety wretchible quality willaby wallaby mow mow mow!

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u/midnightelite Jan 29 '22

I LOVED THE WEE SINGS SERIES!! I also really liked the sillyville one! I've never met another person who's seen it!

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u/monrobotz Jan 29 '22

Grandpa’s Magical Toys used to fuck me up

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u/Champion_Kitchen Jan 29 '22 Wholesome

I am adamant that this movie has to exist. It’s about two cats, a white girl cat and a black male cat. It’s some sort of oldies French setting where the female cat gets stolen by a villain cat and the black cat goes after her and tries to save her. I swear to god this movie exists but I have only ever seen it once and it was back when I was like 6 or 7. But gosh sometimes bits and pieces of that movie will pop in my head and I just can’t place a name on it or it could have been something I dreamt up..

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u/RMMacFru Jan 29 '22 Silver Gold Helpful Wholesome Glow Up

The name of the movie is Gay Purr-ee.

The female cat (Mewsette) was voiced by Judy Garland.

The hero make cat (Jaune-Tom) voiced by Robert Goulet.

The villain cat (Meowrice) was voiced by Paul Frees.

And one of the writers was Chuck Jones.

If you couldn't tell, I adore this movie.

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u/ImBrandy Jan 29 '22 Wholesome

People like you u/RMMacFru are what make me like Reddit

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u/Corey_Bee Jan 29 '22

There was this movie that feels like a childhood fever dream to me now, this kid was walking around an island and finds a pizza tree. He climbs up and tries to eat a slice of pizza when a sand shark "swims" through the sand beneath the tree and traps him there. So he puts some bubblegum on the pizza and throws it down so the sand shark will eat it and get stuck in the gum.

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u/ghosts-go-boo Jan 29 '22 edited Jan 29 '22

I don’t remember the name of it, but it was in like an anime style & it was all these different animals in clothes & this cute town with a bakery. & all the animals dressed & acted old fashioned, wearing bonnets & caps & such. It might’ve had a train station & a tower with a clock & I remember there was a bell ringing. But I don’t know if it was the clock or a church or something.

Anyway, I watched it religiously when I was a little kid, but no one in my family remembers me watching it or what it was called.

Edit: it is probably Maple Town. I probably had a VHS with one or two episodes on it. & then I probably wore the tape out.

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u/sylvanwhisper Jan 29 '22

That sounds Beatrix Potteresque

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u/dekrepit702 Jan 29 '22

Mac and me. I've had the pleasure of showing this movie to countless people. One of the strangest movies ever and one of my favorites as a kid for some odd reason.

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u/[deleted] Jan 29 '22 edited Jan 31 '22

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u/little_bear_ Jan 29 '22 Silver Helpful Wholesome This

It was a fake documentary on Animal Planet about dragons. It’s like archaeologists finding a frozen dragon skeleton and talking about how dragons were able to fly, breathe fire, etc.

I apparently missed the part where they clarified that it was all a dramatization, because this movie had me CONVINCED that dragons were real, extinct animals for awhile.

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u/buffhusk Jan 29 '22

They had one about mermaids and I couldn’t find anything on the internet about it being fake, I was thinking it’s fake but the documentary never said, and it was on discovery so I just wasn’t fully convinced it wasnt legit. I really didn’t get confirmation it was fake until years later!

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u/villainouskim Jan 29 '22

i saw this one and genuinely thought it was real (I was 13). i remember wondering why no one was making a huge deal about these discoveries!

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u/buffhusk Jan 29 '22

Same! I was like why can’t I find anything on the internet about this! Also I’m pretty sure I was older than 13 when I saw it and was still convinced!

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u/iChugPeanutButter Jan 29 '22

Yes! I remember the same thing happened to me! I'll try and find it. You remember what year?

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u/iChugPeanutButter Jan 29 '22 edited Jan 29 '22

The last dragon (2004)

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u/lorgskyegon Jan 29 '22

When I saw it, it was called Dragon's World: A Fantasy Made Real. I have both the American and British versions on my computer. Ian Holm narrated the British version and Patrick Stewart the American.

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u/TippedPug Jan 29 '22

omg! I also saw this as a kid and missed the memo on it being fake! I went to school the next day hyped telling all my classmates that they found a dragon!

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u/mutombochaoskampf Jan 29 '22

The Mouse and the Motorcycle

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u/Supernova138 Jan 29 '22

Wait, I remember reading that book when I was in like 2nd grade, i was unaware that they made a movie out of it…

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u/ShiraCheshire Jan 29 '22

Same here.

I remember the book really fondly though. I remember some kid asking the mouse how he makes the motorcycle go, and the mouse tells him he just makes motorcycle noises and it works. Kid me was like "oh of course, that makes sense" but looking back that's hilarious.

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u/jredmond Jan 29 '22

And to go in reverse, instead of saying "vroom vroom", he says "moorv moorv". Genius.

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u/bnturner92 Jan 29 '22 edited Jan 29 '22 Silver Helpful All-Seeing Upvote Vibing

Rock-a-doodle

*Thanks! Im glad so many people share the love!

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u/Line-Trash Jan 29 '22

I sing Sun Why Don’t You Shine at work all the time! They think I’m nuts. Lol

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u/BronzeHeart92 Jan 29 '22

That was the movie where this boy encounters an owl and the owl starts barfing weirdly colored stars at him which turns him into a kitten, correct?

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u/Annie_Mous Jan 29 '22

When the batteries expire, so will your friends!

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u/lilac-aesthetic Jan 29 '22

I loved this movie as a kid, no one ever knows what I'm talking about if I mention it

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u/Hello_Mr_Fancypants Jan 29 '22

The sun's coming up without em!

He's a PHONEY!

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u/Havok1717 Jan 29 '22 This

Cats Dont Dance. I remember watching it a lot back in the late 90s and early 2000s. I think people just have forgotten about the movie.

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u/NootTheNoot Jan 29 '22

The Big and Loud reprise is so impressive, I can't believe the girl singing was only 8/9?

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u/Hello_Mr_Fancypants Jan 29 '22 Helpful Wholesome

Anybody else remember Batteries Not Included?

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u/RelativeStranger Jan 29 '22 edited Jan 29 '22

That and Short Circuit used to be on the first weekend of the Christmas holidays every year when I was a child.

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u/DingusFap Jan 29 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

Rikki Tikki Tavi

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u/HoleCogan Jan 29 '22

I LOVE this movie. When Rikki does his little bun shaking back and forth and his eyes glow and he makes that sound before he attacks Nag and Nagina!

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u/fun_police911 Jan 29 '22

Vertical limit. I saw it as a kid ~10 years old and it scarred me. I make references all the time and nobody gets it.

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u/somehotnerd Jan 29 '22 Wholesome Bravo!

Halloween tree

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u/Spankpocalypse_Now Jan 29 '22

Holy. Fucking. Shit.

I’ve been trying to figure out what this was for the last 25 years. This is it.) I couldn’t remember that it was a Ray Bradbury book. I certainly didn’t remember Leonard Nimoy voiced one of the characters.

God damn, thank you. I thought I was crazy. This is the line that I always tried to remember because as a kid I thought it sounded cool:

“The day Joe Pipkin was born all the Orange Crush and Nehi soda bottles in the world fizzed over…”

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u/ericwimberly Jan 29 '22 Narwhal Salute

For years, none of my friends believed that The Black Cauldron existed. I saw it in the theater, and never saw it again until several years ago. Convincing my friends that it existed (before the internet) was no easy task.

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u/riverofchex Jan 29 '22

That and The Secret of NIMH were my favorite books/movies as a kid, with the exception of Black Beauty (Anna Sewell illustrated version; I am lucky enough to have the illustrated one.) Also love(d) The Black Stallion because horse girl.

Edit because my phone insists on changing "were" to "we're."

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u/prettyugly1 Jan 29 '22

Fly away home

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u/ItsJustMeMaggie Jan 29 '22

Was that with Anna Paquin and Jeff Daniels?

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u/Spoony_bard909 Jan 29 '22

Never thought I’d love a movie about geese but here we are.

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u/[deleted] Jan 29 '22 Silver Gold Helpful

Pagemaster. Remember that? MacAulay Culkin gets sucked into lots of books in a library. Loved it as a kid. Haven’t seen it since

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u/PotatoPixie90210 Jan 29 '22

That scene with the paint flowing through the library was absolutely beautiful.

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u/PrincessDie123 Jan 29 '22

That was one of my favorites growing up but I always had trouble with the Dr Jekyll and mr Hyde part

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u/knowyourdarkness Jan 29 '22 edited Jan 29 '22

Stanley's Magic Garden (also known as A Troll in Central Park in later years).

Edit: Apparently it was Stanley's Magic Garden in the UK and A Troll in Central Park in North America.

Edit edit: there seems no rules to what name you'd get lol. I'll leave this alone now.

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u/schrodingersb-tch Jan 29 '22 Helpful Wholesome Snek

We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story

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u/lilac-aesthetic Jan 29 '22

YES! This is one of my favourite movies of all time! Professor Screw Eyes is a classic villain and the little girl who wants the hat always gets me in the beginning.

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u/santichrist Jan 29 '22

Problem Child 2, I swear only like one girl I’ve ever spoken to has seen it lmao John Ritter and his wife Amy Yasbeck and some red headed kid who looked like a child chucky doll come to life

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u/Thenightswatchman Jan 29 '22 Helpful Wholesome Seal of Approval

Not a movie but a tv show called David the Gnome. He had a fox he rode around on named Swift, I don't remember much else

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u/[deleted] Jan 29 '22 edited Jan 31 '22

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u/Bruce_Fitzgerald Jan 29 '22

Pinwheel, Fred Penner, The Elephant Show with Sharon, Louis, and Brahm. Noozles, You Can't do that on Television, Mr. Wizard, The Polka Dot Door....

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u/GoBoltsAmelie88 Jan 29 '22

A movie that took place on the Ewok planet (not Return of the Jedi) where a little girl and her brother crash land and are helped by the Ewoks, and they get caught in a giant spiderweb, and one of them gets sucked under a lake and can't break the surface of the water because it'a like glass.

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u/InsuranceThen9352 Jan 29 '22

The first one (the one you're describing) is called caravan of courage. The sequel (and much better one imo) is battle for endor. Both are great movies. Just watched battle for endor. A few days ago on Disney+

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u/MusicalLifeForever Jan 29 '22

Something Wicked This Way Comes. I loved it, and I think I saw it alone because my friends bailed on me.

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u/Golden-Stag Jan 29 '22

Little Nemo in Slumberland

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u/satansbhole Jan 29 '22 Wholesome

Napoleon!

Not the dude. It’s about a puppy who wants to be a “wild dog” and gets stuck in a basket with balloons and flies to an island with a really mean cat.

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u/[deleted] Jan 29 '22

Oh! I remember that one! Still remember the angry frill neck " GOOO. AWAAAAAAY."

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u/HayloK51 Jan 29 '22

I remember that one. It was filmed in North Queensland.

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u/four_father Jan 29 '22 Wholesome

Savanna Smiles

Seems like it was a made for TV movie.

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u/DeerInTheHeadLice Jan 29 '22

Those BBC Chronicles of Narnia movies/shows from the late 80s.

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u/jwf239 Jan 29 '22

The incredible mr limpet

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u/Royzoren Jan 29 '22

The cartoon movie Balto. I thought it was great, but not so many people watched it as a kid my age or if they did, they forgot about it.

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u/Loose_Prior_4683 Jan 29 '22

It's a TV show Sagwa the Chinese siamese cat

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u/katylizze Jan 29 '22

I loved this show! I can still see the intro in my head where sagwa dips her tail in the ink at the end.

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u/widespreadpanda Jan 29 '22

Kids without cable in the 90s/00s know what’s up lol

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u/Biengo Jan 29 '22

Yo I see you and I raise, cyberchase.

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u/Jeynarl Jan 29 '22 Wholesome

Arthur, Zoom, Zoboomafoo, Dragon Tales, Between the Lions, Clifford, Mr. Rogers, Bob the Builder, Caillou (unfortunately), Reading Rainbow, Wishbone

So much good stuff

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u/Mrs_Xs Jan 29 '22

Not a movie but the S Club tv show. I think it was only on far like 3 seasons but I watched that show religiously and I don’t think any of my friends even cared about S Club 7.

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u/bronswanson Jan 29 '22

To this day I still get the theme song stuck in my head randomly

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u/bridgeacrosstheocean Jan 29 '22

Aint no party like an S club party!

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u/burttito Jan 29 '22 Wholesome Press F

The peanut butter solution

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u/lilac-aesthetic Jan 29 '22

Is this the one where the kid puts peanut butter on his hair and it just keeps growing and growing?

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u/ATLAZuko33 Jan 29 '22

Quest for Camelot and the tv show Pirates of Dark Water

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u/Darkadmks Jan 29 '22

Loved quest for Camelot never met anyone who’s seen it

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u/deltaoutlaw Jan 29 '22

Pirates of Dark Water was one of my favorites.

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u/tonybeetzzz Jan 29 '22 Silver Wholesome Vibing

The last unicorn

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u/lilac-aesthetic Jan 29 '22

The music in this movie is amazing! Jimmy Webb from America wrote the music + the musical montage the butterfly sings is forever engrained in my head.

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u/Pacman_Frog Jan 29 '22

AND it's a movie about travelling through a desert with a horse with no name!

I always cry when poor old Molly Grue admonishes The Unicorn and then immediately forgives her. It takes strength to accept life as it is given to you.

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u/Thenightswatchman Jan 29 '22

The red bull always freaked me the fuck out as a kid. And the harpie

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u/poopdoula Jan 29 '22

My Demon Lover. I have yet to meet anyone who has watched this 80s movie about a guy who turns into a demon/monster when he gets horny.

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u/DisgruntledMax Jan 29 '22

Darby O’Gill and the little people

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u/Talnadair Jan 29 '22

I have scrolled almost to the bottom and this is the only mention of this movie so far. Super old one. Super young Sean Connery. That banshee scared the piss out of me as a kid.

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u/emma0070 Jan 29 '22 Silver

“A little Princess” Nobody seems to remember it but I remember it so vividly! It was a bit sad for a kids movie

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u/MotherWear Jan 29 '22

You want a thrill? Watch the black and white Shirley Temple version. It’s a masterpiece! You will hate Miss Minchin and that horrible Lavinia with all your heart! I LOVE that movie.

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u/kikakeku Jan 29 '22

Occasionally my sister and me will just scream "Papa! Remember!" Very desperately. It was a sad moment, but something about it just makes us laugh.

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u/TheKnobbiestKnees Jan 29 '22

Remember India? And Maya? Remember the ramayana? And Emily! And the locket with mama's picture in it!

PAPA PLEEEASE. PAPA TELL THEM!

One of my favorite movies in case you can't tell.

Side note the way Miss Minchin basically floats down those stairs in the beginning is both impressive and creepy. Sometimes I try to hurry down stairs like that just for fun.

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u/jacki2513 Jan 29 '22

Innerspace and Krull. Fever dream like movies but I love them and no one seems to know them!

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u/m_and_ned Jan 29 '22

Is innerspace about the guy who gets shrunk and put inside another person?

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u/krisalyssa Jan 29 '22

Not just any guy, Dennis Quaid.

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u/ilovejackiebot Jan 29 '22

Johnny Dangerously I actually thought I made it up for years

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u/Unit_79 Jan 29 '22

You shouldn’t hang me on a hook. My father hung me on a hook once.

Once.

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u/Officer_Pantsoffski Jan 29 '22 Helpful

The Black Hole (1979)

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u/LittleWhiteBoots Jan 29 '22

As a small kid in the early 80s this film scared the crap out of me.

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u/scottbody Jan 29 '22

I had the LP story album. Intense shit.

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u/elk-jaw Jan 29 '22

Tom and Huck. Nobody I know has any clue what that was, but I distinctly remember watching it, and still remember the "Coming soon..." ad for it in one of my vcr Disney films.

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u/RueMac Jan 29 '22

Yes! With JTT!!

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u/Stina_Lisa Jan 29 '22

The version of Alice and Wonderland with Martin Short as the mad hatter, and Whoopie Goldberg as the Cheshire cat.

Also a cartoon called country mouse and city mouse. They solved mysteries.

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u/p2dan Jan 29 '22

The little vampire

With that kid Jonathan lipnicki from Stuart little

This movie was sooo underrated

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u/lydiaenglish77 Jan 29 '22

A Christmas movie named "Prancer". Came out about 1990, if I recall right. Cried like a baby.

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u/Accomplished_Pea_450 Jan 29 '22

Monster Squad. I watched it with my friends at a sleepover. "Kick him in the Nardi!" "Whoa, Wolfman has Nardi!"

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u/amandaplease2021 Jan 29 '22

Susie Q, I think it was a Disney Channel original movie. No one knows what I'm talking about, but I finally found the whole movie on YouTube last year.

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u/IamLegion Jan 29 '22 edited Jan 30 '22 Faith In Humanity Restored

This has to be my all time favorite thread on Reddit, so many movies mentioned here that I forgot about and I’m going to watch them all!

Edit : my first award cool thanks!

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u/Cmcgregor0928 Jan 29 '22

No body I know personally watched anything from the busy world of Richard Scaryy. Not a movie but I bought a DVD copy of the entire show series and my wife had 0 clue what it was.

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u/DiamondBurInTheRough Jan 29 '22

When I was little, I used to play “Lowly” where I would take both my legs, put them in a single pants leg, and hop around pretending to be Lowly Worm.

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u/a-most-peculiar-girl Jan 29 '22

My Date With The President's Daughter

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u/DiamondBurInTheRough Jan 29 '22

That pink dress is iconic.

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u/damnyoutuesday Jan 29 '22

All I remember is the song that they used in the commercials on Disney Channel

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u/diplion Jan 29 '22

We rented a movie from the library called "Fluke". It was about a man who dies and is reincarnated as a dog. My mom thought it was some cute kids movie from the cover but then we promptly got a lesson about why reincarnation was against the word of God.

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u/scottbody Jan 29 '22 edited Jan 29 '22

Time Bandits. Scared the hell out of me as a kid. Get in bed and a damn horse jumps out of the closet. The whole movie could be different child nightmares.

Edit: Big thanks to everybody who commented. Makes me feel a little more normal hearing the similar stories.

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u/kasakavii Jan 29 '22

Pippi Longstocking! It was an animated movie from 1997 that I loved as a kid, and I’ve never heard anyone ever mention it before.

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u/DasVivis Jan 29 '22

I was obsessed with her and how she put those scrubbing brushes on her feet and used them like skates to clean the floor! And I still remember the theme song

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u/FarionDragon Jan 29 '22

More/incredibly famous in Europe, especially Sweden where ist from. Everyone I know knows pippi langstrumpf.

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u/SpookySchatzi Jan 29 '22

Oh man the live action Pippi Longstocking was one of my all time faves. Definitely wanted to jump in a barrel and ride over a waterfall for a while in my childhood.😅

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u/Ted_Denslow Jan 29 '22 edited Jan 29 '22 Silver

Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend.

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u/Japetus02 Jan 29 '22

Killer Clowns From Outer Space, definitely stumbled on that one too early in life somehow.

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u/Ryyah61577 Jan 29 '22

Adventures in Babysitting

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u/Larkshade Jan 29 '22

Until recently when it was getting known again, Return to Oz.

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u/RollingRolling419 Jan 29 '22

The 3 Ninjas. I had a major crush on Colt!

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u/29079815239026 Jan 29 '22

“We don't wanna hurt you, we just wanna kidnap you.”

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u/snotrocket138 Jan 29 '22

I wanna call it camp nowhere and Christopher Lloyd was in it and they hung out in a bus and it was sick.

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u/zxplatinum Jan 29 '22

Dunston Checks In... I remembered something about a monkey in a hotel. Asked my older sister about it and she said I was losing it. Went to Google and found it again

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u/Due-Lawyer1664 Jan 29 '22

Judgement Night with Emilio Estevez, Cuba Gooding Jr, and Jeremy Piven. Yet to meet someone who appreciates that movie about a guys night out gone wrong on Chicago.

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u/spiced_shrub Jan 29 '22

Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin. It went straight to vhs and I swear it gave me second-hand depression as a kid. I was almost convinced that Pooh was going to die from starvation, trapped all alone in those reflective caves.

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u/dfcic124 Jan 29 '22

Escape to Witch Mountain (not to be confused with the much more recent Race to Witch Mountain, which was a quasi-remake featuring The Rock).

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u/Ripper33AU Jan 29 '22

Joe's Apartment, a bizarre movie featuring dancing cockroaches. I haven't seen it in many, many years, and until finding trailers of it on YouTube, I was almost convinced that it was some fever dream I had, lol.

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u/Body_Latter Jan 29 '22

Can we do TV shows? Anyone remember Eureka’s Castle??

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u/[deleted] Jan 29 '22

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u/katiejim Jan 29 '22

I may or may not be able to summon the theme song all these years (decades) later.

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u/Blue_OG_46 Jan 29 '22

The fever dream that is Felix The Cat.

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u/FamineArcher Jan 29 '22

Robots. Iirc by blue sky studios. We still have the DVD copy. No matter who I bring it up to, they don’t recognize it, which is a shame considering the sheer number of adult jokes that I didn’t understand as a child. “Making the baby’s the fun part” like Jesus.

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u/VoidwardenAlex Jan 29 '22

Robots was a goddamn masterpiece and no one will ever convince me otherwise.

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u/Ashitaka1013 Jan 29 '22

I obsessively watched “Bedknobs and Beoomsticks” and “Pete’s dragon” as a kid, and have never met anyone else who’s ever watched either of them. I recently watched the original Pete’s Dragon and realized I still know it off by heart. And still sincerely enjoy it. Better than the remake.

I also once watched “Wild Hearts Can’t be Broken” as a kid and LOVED it. Thought about it for years afterwards but whenever I asked anyone else about “This movie about a girl who performs a stunt where she jumps on a running horse at the top of a tall tower and jumps with the horse into a pool. And then goes blind but does it again anyway.” Everyone thought I was crazy. Thank you Disney Plus for confirming it DOES exist, I DIDN’T make it up, and got major nostalgia watching it again.

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u/bt123456789 Jan 29 '22

I adore bedknobs and broomsticks. I remember watching it numerous times with my grandma, it's an absolute classic more people need to see.

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u/Ahtotheahtothenonono Jan 29 '22

I know I used to watch a Rodney Dangerfield movie where he smuggled a boy onto a girls’ soccer team that he was coaching. That’s all I remember honestly

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u/sjb_7 Jan 29 '22

Ladybugs!

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u/QuietlySmirking Jan 29 '22

When I was a kid I had a crush on a girl who was in a really dumb movie...she was friends with a seal. I wanna say it was called Andre.

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u/the_littlest_blep Jan 29 '22

I loved that movie!! It is called Andre!

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u/Inevitable-Isopod708 Jan 29 '22

The girl is Deb from Napoleon Dynamite

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u/HairyRanger3 Jan 29 '22

The secret of NIMH.

The princess and the goblin.

Thumbalina

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u/InevitablePiano6848 Jan 29 '22

The Indian in the cupboard!

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u/Spankpocalypse_Now Jan 29 '22

Totally forgot about this. I remember having to read the book in like 3rd grade and then the movie came out later that year.

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u/Loggerdon Jan 29 '22 Helpful

I know the Cherokee guy who played the Indian. His name is Gary Davis and he runs a successful financial services company with his wife Carmen. Very active in the Native American community and a force for good. He was also a rapper called Litefoot.

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u/SaneUse Jan 29 '22

Wasn't expecting that last fact lmao. Caught me totally off guard

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u/tooglam2giveadamn Jan 29 '22

My grandparents had this movie and the vhs case came with a key and a tiny figurine. The opening of the vhs had a “keyhole” and the backside of the cover insert looked like wood paneling so you could flip it backwards to make the entire thing look like a cupboard and then put the figurine inside

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u/astridsdragon Jan 29 '22

All dogs go to heaven

This film was so traumatizing even tho it was a kids movie, its seems like a nightmare that just became a movie.

Basically about dogs that are gambling and taking drugs lol

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u/Objective_Kangaroo34 Jan 29 '22

I'll never forget the scene of the dogs eating the pizza... Those cheese pulls... Legendary

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u/Melopossum Jan 29 '22

The animated version of The Hobbit

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u/jniemela78 Jan 29 '22

the show zoomboomafu

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u/xandthey Jan 29 '22

With the Kratt brothers!

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u/Rockglen Jan 29 '22

Emmet Otter's Jug Band Christmas

Super hokey movie, but the texture and props stand out in my mind for some reason.

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u/J_Beyonder Jan 29 '22

Gleaming the Cube. Sk8er boy 4 life

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u/Heated-RL Jan 29 '22

Zathura: A Space Adventure

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u/Slugmeat_SlugQueen Jan 29 '22

Sagwa. For the longest time I couldn't remember what it was called and was unable to find any evidence of its existence online. Everyone who I talked to about it said that they had no idea what I was talking about. I swore it was real but no one believed me because I had no evidence LMAO

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u/gpike_ Jan 29 '22

Raise your hand if you ever saw Samson and Sally, Dot and the Whale, Unico, Vuk/The Little Fox, The Mouse and his Child, the mouse and the motorcycle, uh oh boy there's a lot of weird old animated films I watched that I can't remember the titles of...

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u/[deleted] Jan 29 '22

Candleshoe

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u/icarus_swims Jan 29 '22

The brave Little toaster

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u/SimonMagus01 Jan 29 '22

Had to scroll way too far for this one. I'm only 21 but it's one of my all-time favorites.

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u/serenadine Jan 29 '22

Paulie

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u/macaroni_penguin09 Jan 29 '22

Taco taco taco! Every once in a while that scene pops in my head and I quote it out loud, and I always get wierd looks. I could never remember where it was from to explain, thank you for finally fixing that! :D

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u/Environmental-Fix-71 Jan 29 '22 Silver Gold

Also Flight of the Navigator

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u/poopinggreatdane Jan 29 '22

Babes in Toy Land. I remember watching that when I was like 3-4 years old.

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u/hiyoneighbourino Jan 29 '22

Fern gully

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u/Keksis_theBetrayed Jan 29 '22

One of Tim Curry's best villain roles, and he's had a lot.

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u/rustymontenegro Jan 29 '22

Slime beneath me! Slime up above! Ooh you'll love my...toxic love!

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u/parsethis3 Jan 29 '22

I need a check up from the neck up! I'm batty!

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u/Archer_Quiet Jan 29 '22

The Red Balloon.

They used to show us this in primary school on a very regular basis, and then when I had my own kids, we had this on VHS. I believe it was French, iirc.

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u/Thatonesplicer Jan 29 '22

Dinosaur.

Disney CGI movie about...uhm...Dinosaurs. 1999 I think.

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u/NoNameNora Jan 29 '22

Does anyone remember the Incredible Shrinking Woman with Lily Tomlyn?

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u/8-0-8-0-8 Jan 29 '22 Helpful

It wasn’t a movie it was a fucking cartoon tv series spinoff of Toy Story (2?) called Buzz Lightyear of Star Command

I had a proper flashback zoom out moment when I remembered the wee red robot for some reason and couldn’t tell if I had made it up in my head, if it was a dream or what, but it was REAL

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u/Locksley_1989 Jan 29 '22

They made a cartoon show out of it. It was part of a time block with the cartoon based on Tarzan.

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u/[deleted] Jan 29 '22

The Indian in the Cupboard

And Little Monsters

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u/Striking_Jellyfish22 Jan 29 '22 Silver

The last Starfighter

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u/BigCheifGrubz Jan 29 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

Drop Dead Fred

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u/Difficult-Baker634 Jan 29 '22

How Did This Get Made has a great live podcast on the movie if you want to hear 4 adults scream at each other.

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u/UGotUrsIGotMine Jan 29 '22

The rescuers!

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u/Environmental-Fix-71 Jan 29 '22

I loved that movie! even watched the second one when they went to Australia

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u/Ashitaka1013 Jan 29 '22

The example that first comes to mind of a movie- particularly a Disney movie- where the sequel was better than the first. Rescuers Down Under.

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u/ghosts-go-boo Jan 29 '22

I don’t remember much of it, but I do remember them using the bird as a plane.

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u/335i_lyfe Jan 29 '22

The thief and the cobbler. Nobody ever has any idea what I’m talking about

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