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first movie - i grew up in the early 60's, so i don't remember many movies from my childhood. (i *do* remember going to the drive-in a lot because we didn't have many sit-in theaters. i just don't remember what movies we watched.) the first movie i remember really loving is Star Wars. we stood in a line that stretched around the El Dorado theater. i still think the cgi and motion stop are amazing.
first song/band - my mom had a huge record collection and i remember listening to the group Bread. i loved all their songs. probably because i was a romantic at heart.
first book - i've loved books for as long as i can remember. i even worked in the library at my grade school and my junior high. i know i had at least two favorites i checked out repeatedly -- The Ghost of Opalina (which i now realize has a creepy cover but i don't remember it being a creepy book) and The Velvet Room.
first love - no contest. Adam West as Batman. i wanted to marry him when i was 6 or 7. of course, now my one and only love is my husband.
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