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This isn't Disney. It is Universal Studios
Why introduce Mr. and Mrs. Scott in this episode, and then not have Mr. Scott participate in the one thing that he did in the book --building the well!! It wasn't Mr. Edwards who got trapped at the bottom because of dangerous gasses, it was Mr. Scott!
This movie was made by 20th Century Fox, not Disney.
This movie was made by Warner Bros., not Disney
How did smashing the door they threw Randall in keep him from escaping? It would just close that door, not the others...
Why the kids act as if this is the house they grew up in? In the last episode of the original series, the Seavers moved to Washington. The only one of the kids that should be emotionally attached is Chrissy, since she was only five when the series ended. Mike, Carol, and Ben were already grown by that time.
No, at the end of the last movie Carol got married and Ben is seen with a girlfriend, but nothing was said or done to insinuate that Ben and this girl got married.
Daniel Stern, who played Marv in the first two films, was asked to reprise his role in this one, but quickly refused, calling it "an insult, total garbage."
Ashley Rose Orr played Shirley from ages 4 to 12 in the film.
Shirley: People will still go to my movies, even if they didn't like this one, won't they?
Mrs. Temple: Just because the critics didn't like it doesn't mean the audience won't. And you know it's never been about your movies. It's always been about you.
When Woody is trapped under the crate with the toolbox over it, if you look closely when Buzz is trying to get the toolbox off the crate, you\'ll see the toolbox reads Binford. Tim Allen who voices Buzz Lightyear previously starred in the TV sitcom Home Inprovement where he worked for Binford Tools.