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  1. O Face

    O Face Well-Known Member VIP

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    He was a bad ass but he also knew how to have fun. He made a mustache on Teddy's mom with his tail.

    I think the best part of the movie is when Nagina says, "The boy moves, I strike. The boy does not move, I strike." That was quite the tenses. Of course Rikki tricked her with the snake egg.

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    It was funny when he threatened to bite Chuchundra.
     
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    HOOOOOllllllyyyy...sh............ Rikki Tikki Tavi was my HEROOOOO back in the day!!! YES!!!!!
     
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    OMFG I love that movie
     
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    We watched as a reward in middle school. It's the tits
     
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    Great movie!!!!!!
     
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    This is better IMO. :ucoffee:

    I used to love that book when I was a young Schmoopy.


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    We did the same thing but in grade school. I remember all us kids talking about it for days after. CBS also used to show it as a special. Remember the swirling CBS logo that would mean a special was coming on?
     
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    Yup, we saw it in school too. That movie changed my life. It opened my mind to sooo much else in the universe.
     
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    That's not an animated feature doofus. Apples and oranges. :asian:
     
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    book was better :coffee:
     
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    Nagaina was worse than 5 Nags :grad:
     
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    I also liked that Disney Robin Hood. this song gets stuck in my head all the time still to this day.

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    I've never even heard of your shit animated movie. :pie:
     
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    "Where the Wild Things Are" was also a favorite book of mine as a young Schmoopy. :grad:
     
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    :thumbup2: That used to get my adrenaline going when I was little. You just knew something great was going to happen.
     
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    The book was more epic. It conveyed the mythology of the animals in the garden better.
     
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    Heck yeah, seeing that logo pop on the screen was almost as good as having a snow day or half day at school.
     

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