Klaus Baudelaire: Did Ike die in a fire?
Aunt Josephine: No, silly child. He was eaten by leeches.
In the shot where the camera zooms in on the car, after they realise they are standing on a train track, it is obvious that the car would be hit by the train even if they managed to change tracks. The car's hood is parked right above the other track. See more...
When Jim Carrey, as Count Olaf, is being told that the Baudelaires parents are dead he says "Yes, of course. How very, very awful". Then he suddenly says "Wait, let me do that one more time. Give me the line again. Quickly, while it's fresh in my mind.". That was pure improvising and was not supposed to be in the movie. Jim Carrey actually wanted to do that shot again. But the directors thought it fit in the movie and included it. See more...
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The entry you are changing the wording of is:
|Title||Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events|
|Original entry||On Full Screen DVD, go to Special Features, and then to Orphaned Scenes. To the left of the words "Dismal Deletions and Obnoxious Outtakes," there is a picture of Olaf. Right below his right hand is a wheel. Click on it, and it will take you to "Count Olaf's Ghastly Ghost Story."|