Fargo

Trivia: The movie wasn't based on a true story. The Coen brothers just threw that in for whatever reason.

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Trivia: When William Macy was trying out for the part of Jerry Lundegaard, he said to the Cohens he'd shoot their dogs if they didn't give him the role.

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Trivia: Note in the end credits that there is the symbol for "the Artist Formally Known as Prince" (a Minnesota native) placed sideways.

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Trivia: The storyboard artist for the movie has a small role. He is the driver of the car that slowly passes by when Buscemi is dragging the state trooper's body off the road.

William Bergquist

Trivia: Peter Stormare only has 18 lines in the entire film.

Audio problem: When Carl is being beat up by Shep, Shep is shouting a whole bunch of obscenities and gibberish at Carl, but during several shots where we see his face, the audio is not matched up to what he is shouting.

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Marge Gunderson: So that was Mrs. Lundegaard on the floor in there. And I guess that was your accomplice in the wood chipper.

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Question: What is Jerry's wife watching on TV when she is about to be kidnapped?

Answer: A local TV show in the Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota area called "Good Company" which starred Steve and Sharon Adelman. It has been off the air for many years now.

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