Disney Classic Shocked Viewers with Inappropriate Scene

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fans have been left horrified by a highly inappropriate scene from an older .

Blank Check is the name of the movie. It tells the story of Preston, an 11-year-old boy who gets a blank cheque from a criminal. He decides to use it to purchase houses and hire limousine services.

The deceitful actions are surprising, but that's not what surprises viewers when they the movie again years later. Blank Check, which came out in 1994, has a plot line that has received a lot of criticism.

The story revolves around an 11-year-old who appears to be interested in a romantic relationship with a grown .

The scene that caused controversy happens at the end of the movie, when Preston realizes that money doesn't bring happiness. Even two decades later, people still talk about a particular moment during this climax. In this scene, Preston kisses bank teller and undercover FBI agent Shay, portrayed by Karen Duffy, who was 31 years old back then.

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Many people have criticized the kiss on the lips as inappropriate and uncomfortable, not just a simple peck on the cheek.

To make the scene even more disturbing, Shay informs Preston that she will go on a date with him “in six years.” This implies that he would be only 17 years old, going on a date with someone who is 20 years older than him.

People shared their shock on . One person wrote: “I remember rewatching this movie one night and seeing this scene coming up and thinking to myself ‘she's going to kiss him on the cheek like they usually do' and then my jaw hitting the floor when she actually kissed him on the lips. I didn't remember this at all from when I was a . Unbelievable.”

Another person stated that the scene in “Blank Check” was strange when it was released.

One person commented, “Even back then, this was messed up.” Another person questioned, “Did no one on set think, ‘Are you sure about kissing on the lips?'”

Some responses indicated that this was an “innocent” situation, with some reinforcing the negative stereotype that young boys should be “happy” to receive from older women.

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