Cool Edward Facts

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1. Johnny Depp only says 169 words throughout the movie "Edward Scissorhands
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2. Edward II employed a ‘tumbler’ who fell off his horse to amuse the king for 20 shillings a time.
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3. As a struggling actor, Jim Carrey reportedly auditioned more than once for the role of Edward Scissorhands.
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4. Edward and Bella in "Twilight" meet 14 criteria set by the National Domestic Abuse hotline for being in an abusive relationship.

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