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PostPosted: Fri Apr 21, 2006 8:26 am   Post subject: Reply with quote


I remember when Batman came out. It was the first movie to have mass market pricing, I think. It was in the $20 range, not the typical $75-100 range of most movies prior to that.

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This will show how old I am but the first video that I saw was in elementary school in the 70s. The video player was huge and played those big tapes that were the size of a hard back novel. The first VHS movie that I saw was also in school and it was Star Trek: The Motion Picture (my class had a choice between Star Trek or Superman). I bought my family's first VCR after I started working in the 80s. I used it mainly to record tv shows and movies from cable. I also rented movies quite a bit. I don't remember what movie I rented first but the first video that I bought new was Star Trek III: The Search For Spock. Does anyone remember when stores sold videos behind locked glass cases and they sometimes cost $100.00?
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The first one we bought when we bought the VCR was Star Wars - A New Hope
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Irulan wrote:
The first video I saw was "The neverending story",my parents rented it. I was 4 years old and the wolf scared me so much, that´s why I can remember it Smile


Heh, same here, I remember "The Neverending Story" as being one of my first, I wasn't so affraid of the wolf though, it was the rockbiter that scared me then. I was like 4 or 5 years old back and ducked behind the cauch. Very Happy
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