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Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004) Poster

Crazy Credits

Jim Carrey sings a sea shanty as Captain Sham towards the end of the end credits.
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The title of the film isn't displayed until 1 minute into the end credits.
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Most of the end credits are composed of cardboard cut outs and Olaf chasing the children.
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The opening Nickelodeon Movies logo is shown depicted on planets in outer space, the camera then pans down to reveal the fictitious "The Littlest Elf" movie.
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Person of indeterminate gender - Craig Ferguson
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After the end credits roll (and before the credits end), "The Littlest Elf" theme song plays in the background, and then the elf's laugh is heard is the Paramount logo appears on screen.
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There is a credit for 'baby wrangler'.
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The film begins as if it is a stop-motion animated film which calls itself "The Littlest Elf". After thirty seconds of action, everything stops, the set goes dark, and Lemony Snicket's voice-over sounds, saying that unfortunately, this isn't the film you are about to see. If you want to turn away from this movie and watch a film about a happy little elf, there's going to be a showing playing in theater two. If you're into seeing movies with an unhappy ending, attractive children, and terrifying people, with suspicious fires, secret organizations and Italian food, then you're in the right show. "The Littlest Elf" is the only title shown onscreen during the opening credits. As Snicket is doing his voiceover, the scene changes to a person walking through a foggy graveyard.
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