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    Quote Originally Posted by crashbunny
    Dumbo - Baby Mine

    I know -I cry throughout the entire movie....
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    Have I ever NOT cried at a Disney movie would be easier to answer. I cry at all the Disney movies. Freaky Friday is on satellite this month. I manage to catch the end of it (at the rehearsal dinner) at least once a day. Mr. iwannabeminnie comes in and sees my red eyes, nods knowingly, and asks, "Freaky Friday?" every single time. I've only seen it, oh, forty some odd times. I also cry when Anna looks in the mirror and says "I'm old! I'm like the cryptkeeper." I feel her pain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jarmitc2032
    I will never see that movie even if my life depends on it.
    May I ask why? It sure does make me sad, and not a happy sad. Once is enough for me. I was bawling my eyes out the whole movie.

    Another one: When the Beast is dying in Beauty and the Beast gets me every time.
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    "Yeller, old Yeller, best dog gone dog in the west!"

    Everybody needs to see Old Yeller, best dog gone dog movie ever made.
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    <--- HUGE sap. Just ask my wife.

    On one of our first dates we watched the movie My Girl and I balled like a baby! What an impression that must have made. But here we are 15 years later!!

    I have cried during just about every Disney movie.

    Wishes - Yep I cried at the end of it. To me there is nothing better than sitting there watching it with my wife and daughters. Tears aflowin'.

    Fantasmic - Yep, cried at the end of that one too. But that was more because I was able to get my oldest daughter to stop crying during the villians part by telling her that without villians, we wouldn't have heros. That was 2 weeks ago and she is still talking about it.

    Also, I cried because I realized that the trip was coming to an end. That always makes me cry.
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    Todd, does your wife know how lucky she is?
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    I cried when Simba found his father dead. And if there's even a remotely sad part in a movie, you can bet I'll be crying. I've never cried for joy, though...

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    Dumbo and Bambi used to do it to me as a child. Parent-child separations would really hit home for me. I am much better now though...depending on my current hormone level...

    Although a Universal movie,E.T. makes me cry every single time to this day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iwannabeminnie
    Todd, does your wife know how lucky she is?
    Thank you Minnie.

    I keep trying to convince her that she is the lucky one, but then I remember that I have a beautiful, caring wife and two beautiful, healthy, girls. I am the one who is lucky in this relationship.
    "You shouldn't play leapfrog with a porcupine. You might get hurt." - Eliza Breakey, Age 4

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    I always cry when I watch the Vacation Planing video or specials about WDW on the Travel Channel. As far as movies go...

    "Baby Mine" in Dumbo
    Bambi's mother dying.
    Nemo's mom
    Mufasa dying
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    I cry at Wishes....during Spectromagic, Fantasmic, and at least 10 times during the day every day we are at WDW...sigh...someone arranged a private meet for MJ with the Princesses this weekend (I didn't know about it) I am still crying just looking at the pics, sigh.....

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    Cry in a Disney Movie? Never! Well, sort of... Maybe sometimes... OK I cry with the best of them. It's not so much crying, but more like a salty discharge from my eyes.

    I am a ****er for the touchy-feely moments in movies. I think I cry way more than my wife. I can't think of many Disney movies that I have not cried in. One that really gets me every time is the scene in Mulan when the Emperor bows to her and subsequently everyone else does the same. I... I... I...

    Excuse me as I recompose myself....

    I love that part.

    If you want to see a sad sight, watch an episode of Extreme Makeover Home Edition with me. I lose it every time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyonaDime
    If you want to see a sad sight, watch an episode of Extreme Makeover Home Edition with me. I lose it every time.
    Oh, that show dooms me...if we get picked I am gonna be a mess the whole time......yikes
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    They just did a house about 30 miles from here last week. It was the family of Morgan Nick. She was abducted 10 years ago from a baseball field and has not been found. The mother has been an advocate for missing children since day one of their unfortunate situation. She started the Morgan Nick Foundation and other programs. She still firmly believes that her child is alive. I'm not sure exactly how she qualified for a new home, but I guess she would be as deserving as anybody else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vixen101485
    I hereby award crashbunny the dubious award of THE BIGGEST SAP IN THE WORLD....sorry Bonny but the Disney store one beat ya out on this.....LOL
    I second it .
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