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Annie

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Annie was mine for sure. From absolutely nothing she got so much more. From poor orphan to getting the ultimate prize – despite Miss Hannigan’s lies!” – Stephanie Taitwildman

Pinocchio

Pinocchio
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“I always loved Pinocchio as it showed me that even with disabilities we can achieve love and happiness.” – Peter Sylvester

“I loved Pinocchio, because his father loved him so much and I really missed love as a child.” – Angela Milesi

Labyrinth

Labyrinth
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“I liked… Labyrinth! Just really inspiring and interesting with David Bowie.” – Becky Downey

Sleeping Beauty

Sleeping Beauty
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Sleeping Beauty… she had the most beautiful dress that changed between my two favourite colours: pink, blue, pink, blue, pink.” – Sarah Fairley

Fantasia

Fantasia
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“Disney’s Fantasia seemed magical to me, with Mickey Mouse a sorcerer’s trainee. The haunting music matched his progress; enchanted broomsticks causing distress.” – Michael Grzeszny

The Dark Crystal

The Dark Crystal
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“Jim Henson and Frank Oz directed a movie called The Dark Crystal. I was seven years old when it was released. It was like nothing I had ever seen before and I was entranced.” – Michelle Smith

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Matilda

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Matilda. I wanted to be just like her, full of magic.” – Sarah Graham

FairyTale: A True Story

FairyTale: A True Story
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“I loved watching the movie FairyTale as a child. It felt so real and like I was a part of it. It has always made me fascinated and in love with fairies.” – Alice de Koster-Kitto

Xanadu

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Xanadu. It had glamour, music and fashion and I remember my eyes so open and bright whenever I watched it.” – Daniela Agresta

Storm Boy

Storm Boy
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Storm Boy, the original. The relationship between the boy and the pelican was magical.” – Chris Mitson

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