Disney + What was the first thing you watched?

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  1. iamsally

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    Watching it now. Yep, cheesy.
     
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    The Biscuit Eater....the horror, the horror.
     
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    Togo...really liked it even though I needed half a box of Kleenex at the end of it.
     
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    Thought about that the other day but felt I needed something lighter.
    So we watched Mulan and Pinoccio.
     
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    I think that was a wise choice...LOL! Now I want to watch Mulan again before they ruin it with the live action version of it.
     
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    By far the best of all the 3 original movies they've made so far. What a tearjerker.
     
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    Watching Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs right now.
    (Silly side note:
    During one of the re-releases in the 70's someone got up in the night and changed the Marquee to
    "NOW SHE AND THE EVE FART")
    I remember vividly my husband nearly driving off the road he was laughing so hard.
     
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    I don't know what I think of that "Timmy Failure: Mistakes were made"....I'm curious if anyone else has watched it.
     
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    Recovering from hip surgery has certainly given me opportunity to binge on Disney. Really enjoying the old Classics.
    We watched Togo yesterday. [​IMG]
     
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    Just watched Pixar in Real Life last night. It was good for a giggle, and a happy tear for the episode with Wall-E. It's just a few episodes that are only about 15 minutes in length.
     
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    I watched the new Maleficent movie this weekend. I kinda liked it better than the first one. Has anybody else seen it?
     
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    Haven't seen that yet. Was home alone the other day and watched Bambi. Probably not a good thing to do when one is already bordering on depression. Luckily, Walt was big on happy endings.
     
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    I've also been going through the Marvel movies chronologically by when they movie takes place (not release date). I think I'm about halfway through...currently on GotG2...only 10 more to go...LOL!!
     
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    I want to watch the Star Wars movies in chronological order.
     
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    I tried doing that, but that meant I had to deal w/ JarJar Binks all over again. I had a tough time getting through that first movie.
    [​IMG]
     
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    LOL! I get that; many folks just could not stand Jar Jar. I was not one of them though. Actually, The Phantom Menace is my second favorite only to A New Hope. (I think getting to drooling over Liam Neeson made any defects worth it.)
     
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