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Beetlejuice (1988)

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Thanks to an untimely demise via drowning, a young couple end up as poltergeists in their New England farmhouse, where they fail to meet the challenge of scaring away the insufferable new owners, who want to make drastic changes. In desperation, the undead newlyweds turn to an expert frightmeister, but he's got a diabolical agenda of his own.

Director: Tim Burton
Writers: Michael McDowell, Warren Skaaren.

Release Date: 1988-02-29
Status: Released
Run time: 92 min / 1:32
Budget: $15,000,000
Revenue: $73,326,666
Production Companies : Geffen Pictures, Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 1988-02-29
Status: Released
Run time: 92 min / 1:32
Budget: $15,000,000
Revenue: $73,326,666

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Casts

Michael Keaton
as Betelgeuse
Geena Davis
as Barbara Maitland
Alec Baldwin
as Adam Maitland
Winona Ryder
as Lydia Deetz
Catherine O'Hara
as Delia Deetz
Jeffrey Jones
as Charles Deetz
Glenn Shadix
as Otho
Sylvia Sidney
as Juno
Patrice Martinez
as Receptionist
Dick Cavett
as Bernard
Robert Goulet
as Maxie Dean
Maree Cheatham
as Sarah Dean
Susan Kellermann
as Grace
Carmen Filpi
as Messenger
Annie McEnroe
as Jane Butterfield
Rachel Mittelman
as Little Jane Butterfield
Hugo Stanger
as Old Bill
Maurice Page
as Ernie
J. Jay Saunders
as Moving Man #1
Mark Ettlinger
as Moving Man #2
Cindy Daly
as 3-Fingered Typist
Tony Cox
as Preacher
Duane Davis
as Very Dumb Football Player
Simmy Bow
as Janitor
Adelle Lutz
as Beryl
Harry Belafonte
as The Balladeer (voice) (uncredited)
Charles Schneider
as The Hanging Man (uncredited)
Christine Bridges
as Dancer at Dantes (uncredited)
Jack Angel
as Preacher (voice)

Crew

Sound Warren Hamilton Jr. Sound Editor
Directing Tim Burton Director
Production Michael Bender Producer
Production Richard Hashimoto Producer
Production Larry Wilson Producer
Sound Danny Elfman Original Music Composer
Camera Thomas E. Ackerman Director of Photography
Editing Jane Kurson Editor
Production Janet Hirshenson Casting
Production Jane Jenkins Casting
Art Bo Welch Production Design
Art Tom Duffield Art Direction
Art Catherine Mann Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Aggie Guerard Rodgers Costume Design
Costume & Make-Up Ve Neill Makeup Artist
Writing Michael McDowell Story
Writing Michael McDowell Screenplay
Writing Larry Wilson Story
Writing Warren Skaaren Screenplay
Sound David M. Ronne Production Sound Mixer
Sound Gregg Landaker Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Steve Maslow Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Kevin O'Connell Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Richard L. Anderson Supervising Sound Editor
Sound Mark Pappas Sound Editor
Sound David E. Stone Sound Editor
Sound John B. Schuyler Boom Operator
Camera Jane O'Neal Still Photographer
Directing Carol Sevilla Script Supervisor
Crew Fred Lerner Stunt Coordinator
Crew Joe Day Special Effects
Crew William Lee Scott Special Effects
Crew Michael Cassidy Stunts

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  • `Beetlejuice” gets off to a start that’s so charming it never lives it down. The movie is all anticlimax once we realize it’s going to be about gimmicks, not characters. During the enchanted opening minutes of the film, we meet a young married couple who have just moved into a strange new house, and we’re introduced to some of the local townspeople.

  • Audience Reviews for Beetlejuice. Entertaining and creative with its hilarious idea of afterlife, Beetlejuice is an early Tim Burton movie that finds a fine balance between horror and comedy ...

  • Beetlejuice is a funny twist on classic horror film tropes that manages to not just make you laugh, but also really make you feel for the ghosts trapped in haunted houses around the world.

  • Parents need to know that Beetlejuice is a 1988 fantasy that is darker than you may remember. There are some serious themes in this outrageous film: a young married couple comes to grips with the fact that they're dead, and a teenager contemplates suicide.

  • Read the Empire review of Beetlejuice. Find out everything you need to know about the film from the world's biggest movie destination.

  • Beetlejuice puts you into a world where both the "Living and the Dead" come together. The Maitland's (Baldwin and Davis) are a happy married couple living in a sleepy Conneticut town and who are getting nestled in for their vacation together at home.

  • On March 30, 1988, Warner Bros. unveiled Tim Burton and Michael Keaton's Beetlejuice in theaters. The cult hit film later claimed an Oscar win for makeup at the 61st Academy Awards.

  • Review An incredibly weird film that fits Burton’s style, Beetlejuice is pretty decent and enjoyable. Interestingly, despite his name being the title of the film, Betelgeuse doesn’t have that large of a part.

  • BEETLEJUICE, as if you didn't know, is a hugely entertaining supernatural comedy. Harry Belafonte's catchy calypso music simply acts as a bonus. The Maitlands' bridge to the living is Winona Ryder's appealingly strange little goth girl, Lydia Deetz.

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