Fess Up

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  1. Jeff Tracy

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    Time to fess up folks ; what were the first films that made you cry. Or even shed a tear. This includes all you ex high school Jocks. Be a real man and 'fess up'. I know you girls will be honest. Wonder what Shirley's will be ? My first tear-jerker was 'Old Yeller' ; :(

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    I can't remember but I think it was probably 'Love Story'
     
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    Ah yes - me too, got through a whole packet of tissues ;
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    Since you asked for the first one that made me cry, I am pretty sure that it was when Bambi's father was shot and killed. That is one of the earliest memories that I have of watching a movie, and I thought it was terrible that his father was killed.
    I do remember seeing Old Yeller, and crying about that one, too. I think that I probably cried about Lady and the Tramp , too.
    Another one that had a sad ending was Shane, with Alan Ladd.

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    The Great Prince

    The Great Prince leads a frightened Bambi to his mother. After the death of Bambi's mother, the Great Prince finds Bambi and explains to Bambi what happened to her. He calls for Bambi to come along with him, revealing himself to be Bambi's father. Later, when Bambi is a young adult, Man returns to the forest.
     
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    Oh, you are right ! It was Bambi's mother that was killed. I remember crying about it when I was little and saw the movie; but didn't remember which parent. Now that you reminded me, I do remember the big Stag coming to Bambi in the forest .
    PS, @Jeff Tracy , I like the new avatar !
     
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    Shame it's 50 years ago
     
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    Bambi made me cry, later it was "Gone with the Wind".

    I cry easily so if it was even a little sad, I probably cried.
     
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    I cried when they were cruel to the big fella, he really was very kind and gentle. Only ugly on the 'outside'.
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    'Love is a many splendored thing'
    I didn't cry, I 'sobbed' - even picturing the scene brings tears - Jennifer Jones was too real !
     
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    I might have cried at some of those. I don't remember. The one I clearly remember crying at was:

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    This version of Romeo and Juliet.
     
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    ME TOO
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    @Jeff Tracy - good likeness - years ago .......................:p
     
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    One that made me laugh until I had tears running down my cheeks was the first Shrek. We were in the theater and when Shrek said he had to go back and save his ass, I laughed out loud.
     
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    The Wizard Of Oz was the movie that made me cry and laugh. I was about four when my foster parents took us to see the movie. I cried when the scarecrow had his straw stuffing pulled out, and I laughed when the lion sang his courage song. It took two or three years before I got the concept of make believe. :confused: :rolleyes:
     
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