Day 29: First movie you ever remember watching.
My dad took me to see Bambi when I was about two years old. Unfortunately I remember nothing of it but this is the first film I ever remember seeing, to the fact that we spent ages waiting in the cinema itself as the time was wrong or something. I got a box of Smarties, a box 'mind, not a tube - woohoo! I loved the feel and atmosphere of the place, it seemed giant, cavernous - the ABC cinema, Sauchiehall Street Glasgow I don't think is even there now which is a shame.
As mother didn't like going to the cinema my visits were either with my dad, neighbours or friends (when I was a teen our thing was Saturdays in Glasgow, an afternoon at the cinema and home in time for dinner! Living the life!)
I also remember getting the book of the film and being really annoyed the girl wasn't in it much - why didn't girls get to join in adventures like the boys did. (After being too young to see Star Wars I did get to see the darker Empire Strikes Back and Princess Leia became who I wanted to be, plus she got Han Solo but didn't need rescued as such or simper about the place in order to do so!)
The Water Babies is an okay film, an okay book and I wish I had a more impressive film as the second to last one! (Maybe I should learn to lie and make up that it was The Railway Children or something!)