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Baudelaire

Charles Pierre . 1821--67, French poet, noted for his macabre imagery; author of Les fleurs du mal (1857)
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Key to the movie is Sunny Baudelaire, youngest of the three heroic orphans who must make their way in an uncaring world.
When I was deciding whether or not I could pull the movie off, the thing I was most excited about and most fearful of was Sunny Baudelaire.
Emily Browning, who plays older sister Violet Baudelaire, had to do most of the direct physical work with the babies.
5) Kara/Shelby Hoffman as Sunny Baudelaire; Emily Browning as Violet Baudelaire
Information on Baudelaire products-including their complete and colorful catalog-is available by calling 800-327-2324 or by visiting http://www.
Baudelaire imports hundreds of different bath products from, France, Switzerland, Germany, Canada, and the exotic foreign country of Florida.
CONTACT: Jennifer Fiorenza or Holli Fiedler, both of Kodora Communications, +1-631-952-4600, for Baudelaire, Inc.
The Carnivorous Carnival," available in bookstores nationwide on October 29th, continues to chronicle the unnerving misadventures of the ill-fated Baudelaire children.
Snicket has spent the last several years researching the travails of the Baudelaire orphans.
Baudelaire has made a conscious and concerted effort over the years to use packaging that was either reusable or environmentally friendly, " said Joe Marks, President of Baudelaire, Inc.
NAPCOR is pleased that Baudelaire has recognized the recyclability of PET plastic and has chosen PET to package its products," exclaims Luke B.
So taking your favorite Baudelaire bath and body care products on the road is fun, easy and eco-friendly.