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21 June 2017

WIN the Top 50 Must See Movies Before the Age of 11


The guide to the 50 films every child should see before they grow up has been created by film education charity Into Film, in partnership with the UK video industry, which will see all 50 films distributed by retailers this summer! As a family that loves great movies this is certainly exciting for us and we intend to watch one a day over the school holiday... there are currently just 8 from the list we haven't seen before so we're doing well.





Each film was measured against a series of metrics, from the impact of the movie on a child’s intellectual, educational and emotional development, through to suitability for family viewing plus overall entertainment and nostalgia factor. The judging panel, led by Into Film’s education and programming teams who specialise in curating film content and developing teaching resources for schools across the UK, narrowed down the selection of films to a shortlist of 250 from a catalogue of over 3,000 family movies.

The shortlist then lead to the final 50 films in the selection, which feature a range of past and current films that have been deemed to benefit child development and creativity. Our favourites from the list include Jumanji, How To Train Your Dragon and Matilda.



The list of 50 Must See Movies Before You Grow Up are revealed (in alphabetical order) is:

101 Dalmatians
Jumanji
The Gruffalo
A Little Princess
Kubo and the Two Strings
The Iron Giant
Annie
Mary Poppins
The Jungle Book
Babe: The Gallant Pig
Matilda
The LEGO Movie
Beauty and the Beast
Nanny McPhee
The Lion King
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
Night at the Museum
The Lorax
Coraline
Oliver!
The Never-Ending Story
Diary of a Wimpy Kid
Paddington
The Princess Bride
Dumbo
Secret Life of Pets
The Secret Garden
E.T. The Extra Terrestrial
Shaun The Sheep Movie
The Witches
Fantastic Mr Fox
Shrek
Toy Story
Free Willy
Space Jam
Trolls
Frozen
Spirited Away
Up!
Home
Star Wars: A New Hope
Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit
Hook
Swallows and Amazons
Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory
Hotel Transylvania
The Adventures of TinTin
Zootropolis
How To Train Your Dragon
The BFG


And you can win them all...





For your chance to WIN all 50 movies you can enter via the Gleam entry form below.

Leaving a comment is mandatory but there are additional entry methods available for bonus points.

The giveaway ends at 11.59pm GMT on 18th July 2017.


Good luck!

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298 comments

  1. emma walters21/06/2017, 13:42

    i love the oldies the best, my son loves watching beauty and the beast with me x

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  2. Matilda because it would take me right back to my childhood! :)

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  3. Beauty And The Beast :) x

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  4. Margaret Clarkson
    The Witches

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  5. My four year old daughter and I love cuddling up to watch the gruffalo she also loves the gruffalos child xxx

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  6. The Lego Movie.

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  7. I haven't seen Swallows and Amazons yet which I would like to.

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  8. Paddington as I never got to see it

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  9. I always enjoy watching The Princess Bride.

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  10. The LEGO Movie! I haven't seen it yet.

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  11. Shrek, I loved it the first time I watched it, hope the kids will too!

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  12. We love Spirited Away!

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  13. I am most excited about watching The Fantastic Mr Fox with my young nephew. I love that movie!

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  14. The LEGO movie. I must be the only one not to have seen it!

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  15. The secret garden as not seen it in years

    Kay Sherman

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  16. I love Spirited Away, it's just so original and different :)

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  17. a little princess, not seen it since i was a kid

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  18. Frozen - I still love it what can i say!!!!

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  19. The Iron Giant! I haven't watched this since my eldest was a little boy, one of his favourites

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  20. E.T. I'm just afraid my own children won't appreciate the movie quite as much as I did when I was little, my Mum says I was proper obsessed and watched it 23 times when it came out for renting ☺️

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  21. Spencer Broadley24/06/2017, 16:54

    Night At The Museum is fantastic and funny

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  22. Paddington, such a warm feel good movie :)

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  23. Loves watching most of these films growing up, now I love sharing them with my girls xx

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  24. ET i've not seen this for years

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  25. Zootropolis mainly because it is one of many that we haven't seen but have heard a lot about

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  26. Spirited Away, my boyfriend loves it x

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  27. Sien some trailers and it looks really good!

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  28. Paddington, I haven't got to see it yet!

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  29. Love Shrek movie

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  30. The BFG, loved it at the cinema

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  31. willy wonka and the chocolate factory brings back school memories

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  32. ET - not seen it for years!

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  33. The Princess Bride - haven't watched since it was first released in the cinema. I think my kids would love it.

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  34. Hook - my absolute favourite!

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  35. Fantastic Mr Fox - as I loved the book

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  36. The secret garden!!

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  37. ive never watched a never ending story, so id love to watch that in this bundle x

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  38. Fab, for our Friday family film nights together this will keep us going all year!

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  39. Rebecca leon06/07/2017, 20:56

    Matilda. What a great film!

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  40. I love most of them but mostly the disney stuff like Toy Story, Up and Zootropolis

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  41. Rhiannon Hodge06/07/2017, 21:29

    The Lego Movie because Everything is awesome

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  42. The Never Ending Story, I love it as a child and would love to show my children!

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  43. What a fab bundle of movies :-)

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  44. The LEGO Movie, my sons would love it and I've heard good things about it.x

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  45. The princess bride as it is my favourite movie

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  46. The Neverending story. it's my favourite movie!

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  47. Rob Hutchinson06/07/2017, 23:22

    I'm most excited about seeing Zootropolis - I've heard that it's really funny, especially the part with the sloths.

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  48. Spirited Away its one of my favourite Studio Ghibli films

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  49. Jumanji - Haven't seen it for ages

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  50. Trolls as I haven't seen it yet

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  51. Definitely Matilda - one of my favourite children's films and books!

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  52. Suzanne Jackson07/07/2017, 08:46

    Lego Movie - great film

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  53. ET , I just never tire of it and it still puts a lump in my throat at the end.

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  54. Jungle Book...I just can't get enough of listening to those old, classic tunes. x

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  55. A little princess, its magical!

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  56. The lion king is my all time favourite when I was a kid

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  57. Coraline. As I saw this at the cinema in 3d with my eldest children now I'd love to watch with my youngest 2

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  58. The Princess Bride, love that film!

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  59. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs

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  60. angela nanno roberts07/07/2017, 18:30

    my son loved BFG and as a family we love ET this is a great giveaway and love the selection of movies

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  61. The Lion King, never seen it. Yes, really!

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  62. Kubo and the Two Strings

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  63. ET, it will never get old!

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  64. I'm most excited about seeing The BFG because I haven't seen it yet, and I love the book :)

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  65. Swallows and Amazons as I remember the books from when I was little.

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  66. Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, I love the way Nick Park incorporates adult jokes into the films so we can have a chuckle too :)

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  67. ashleigh ryan08/07/2017, 22:08

    The Secret Garden, I haven't seen it in years!

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  68. I want to see ET again. It's been so long, and it was such a big influence on my all those years ago.

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  69. The musicals are the best!

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  70. we all loved the The Lion King

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  71. Hook as i haven't seen it for ages and i think my dd would love it!

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  72. 101 dalmations as it is an all time classis -love it

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  73. awww the secret garden!!

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  74. The Witches - Its not a film you see very often on tv, and the book is brilliant! :)

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  75. Jumanji - one of my childhood favourites

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  76. What an amazing prize, I'm looking forward to watching Nanny McPhee because it's a favourite of mine. Thanks for this lovely giveaway.

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  77. Spirited Away - I've never seen it, but I heard it's supposed to be really good

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  78. The Princess Bride, that looks great and I've not seen it yet x

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  79. Jumanji - I love Robin Williams films he was so funny

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  80. Toy Story!

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  81. Space Jam! I haven't seen it in so long!

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  82. Jumanji, I loved it as a kid, my kids have never seen it so i would love to watch it with them

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  83. The Never ending Story :)

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  84. katrina walsh11/07/2017, 13:19

    The witches as have always loved roald dahl

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  85. Really want to watch Paddington

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  86. The Never-Ending Story and ET take me right back to my childhood

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  87. omg i love them all!!! my little girl loves 101 dalmatians at the min!

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  88. Mary Poppins which is my all time favourite

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  89. I would really like to watch UP again

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  90. Ashleigh Allan14/07/2017, 19:58

    The secret life's of pets as I've never seen it

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  91. Hi was wondering if you have finished with my laptop yet as we have been separated for over 9 months now and would really appreciate my property back . Many thanks your ex

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  92. Watched The Princess Bride on YouTube, but it wasn't a good version, would love the DVD to see it again.

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  93. The Lego Movie, everything is awesome!

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  94. It would be The Neverending Story, I haven't seen that in an age, so to watch that again with my son would be like watching it for the first time all over again.

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  95. The Neverending Story. It's one of my favourite films (although when I was younger 'The Nothing' from the film scared the heck out of me!)

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  96. Lindsey Martin16/07/2017, 07:46

    The jungle book... Such a classic!

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  97. oliver! love that film isabelle smith , princess_smithee@hotmail.co.uk

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  98. Annie, a firm family favourite

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  99. The Lego Movie 'cos it's hilarious

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  100. The Witches is a great film.

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  101. The Adventures of Tin Tin (I haven't seen it yet)

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  102. The Witches is great, I forgot how much I loved that as a kid, I will have to show it to my children

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  103. The Never-Ending Story - I've never seen it.

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  104. Toy Story, I just love it!

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  105. I loved the never ending story. could still watch it now

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  106. Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

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  107. I would like to watch Frozen

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  108. The Lego Movie as I've not watched it before.

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  109. my favourite is Nanny McPhee

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  110. It would have to be the Lion King. Succh a great film!

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  111. Michelle Smith16/07/2017, 22:59

    Matilda

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  112. Dumbo, not seen it since I was a little girl in the 1950s :)

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  113. The Never-Ending Story, I used to love this film when I was younger.

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  114. Jumanji - Not seen it since i was little!

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  115. What a fantastic collection of films.

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  116. The Shaun the Sheep Movie

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  117. ET because I used to love watching it as a child and I would love to introduce my eldest daughter to it

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  118. night at the museum, love it

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  119. Sharon Morrison17/07/2017, 09:57

    Trolls, it's one we haven't seen yet

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  120. Fantastic Mr Fox is brill for young & old :)

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  121. Trolls as I haven't seen that

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  122. The Secret Garden because I loved this book as a child

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  123. Matilda because it's a film my daughter hasn't seen yet and I know she would enjoy watching it.

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  124. Matilda. Its been a while since we have seen that

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  125. caroline stokes17/07/2017, 13:44

    Swallows and amazons

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  126. Everything is awesome!!!!! Lego Movie <3

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  127. Matilda- what a classic but not seen it in years!

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  128. The Princess Bride! Loved it as a child!

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  129. Has to be Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory such a great film

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  130. The Princess Bride - classic!

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  131. The BFG, as my son is reading the book :)

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  132. BEAUTY & THE BEAST

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  133. I still haven't seen the Lego Movie. Just saw a trailer for the Lego Star Wars movie and i was in stitches - need to see the original.

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  134. Up! Or the witches ...used to scare me senseless as a child!

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  135. 101 dalmatians, those cute puppies

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  136. Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit is soooo funny & I'd love to see it again

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