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Question: There's an animated movie with a girl turning into a bird. There are two scenes I remember from this movie. One is the girl being chased by a cook in a kitchen and the other is when she is with a boy in a swamp. Not sure if she has a blond or red hair. The last time I watched the movie on TV in 2006. I assume it was made a few years before 2006. It isn't The Swan Princess. Any ideas?Yokei
Question: I watched a movie when I was a child, which would have come out in the late 1970's-early 1980's. The only scene I remember, which was near the start I believe, was a young knight, in full armour possibly, and he was walking along the castle walls pretending to fight someone with his sword. That's as much as I remember unfortunately but I did watch it over and over again. I remember watching the Muppets take Manhattan around the same time as this movie. Help on this would be greatly appreciated.hearsz
Question: I watched this European movie in during the early to mid 1990's, and there were subtitles. It could have been a Russian film maybe - the main character was either a doctor or psychiatrist, and the only two other characters I remember was a young boy who was maybe 9 or 10 years old, and his main patient was a 15 or 16 year old girl. She was really attracted to him but she was mentally unstable. He finds that she has hung herself in her room. Later on, some of the other room mates play a prank on the doctor and hang a pretend doll that resembles the young boy. The main character is also dating a beautiful brunette woman, but that's as much as I remember from this film.hearsz
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