Violet Baudelaire: It's a suicide note. Why are you checking her spelling?
Klaus Baudelaire: She said her greatest joy in life was grammar. Why is she making these mistakes?
Violet Baudelaire: Well, if you were about to jump out a window, you might make a few spelling mistakes too.
The car Count Olaf drives is a 1960 Chrysler Crown Imperial Limousine. These were ultra-expensive for the time period, retailing for $16,500 in 1960 dollars. This translates to an incredible $104,556.45 in 2006 dollars. Therefore, it is no surprise that only sixteen 1960 Imperial Limos were made (including one for Jackie Kennedy). The dashboard of Count Olaf's limo was made for the film and is nothing like a 1960 Imperial dash, and there were no lock "plungers" on the real car's doors, but the rest of the car is original and unmodified. See http://www.imperialclub.com for more information. See more...
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Continuity: When the Baudelaires jump over from the broken piece of the house over to the rest of the house, as they land, you can see to the right that there is a big hole in the wall where there should be a window with sprinkles. As they run out of the house, right before it falls in to the lake you can see the sprinkles are suddenly mended.