Beetlejuice (1989)

 ●  English ● 1 hr 31 mins

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After Barbara and Adam Maitland were killed in a car crash, they find themselves trapped as ghosts in their beautiful New England farmhouse. Their peace is disrupted when a yuppie family, the Deetzs, buy their house. The Maitlands are too nice and harmless as ghosts and all their efforts to scare the Deetzs away were unsuccessful. They eventually turn to another ghost 'Beetlejuice' for help..
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Cast: Alec Baldwin, Geena Davis

Crew: Tim Burton (Director), Thomas E Ackerman (Director of Photography), Danny Elfman (Music Director)

Rating: U/A (India)

Genres: Comedy, Fantasy

Release Dates: 08 Apr 1989 (India)

Tagline: The Name In Laughter From The Hereafter.

English Name: Beetlejuice

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Did you know? According to Michael Keaton, the Betelgeuse character was described to him by director Tim Burton as "having lived in every time period but no time period." Keaton used this as the jumping-off point to create the character with such features as a shock hairdo, mold makeup, and large teeth. He said that when he first showed up to the set as Betelgeuse the crew was chanting, "Juice, Juice, Juice." This got Keaton excited to do a lot of improvisation during filming. Read More
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as Adam Maitland
as Barbara Maitland
as Beryl
as Jane Butterfield
as Dumb Football Player #2
as Messenger
as Delia Deetz
as 3-Fingered Typist
as Bernard
as Char Man
as Very Dumb Football Player
as Dumb Football Player
as Otho
as Old Bill
as Moving Man #1
as Preacher
as Charles Deetz
as Sarah Dean
as Moving Man #2
as Ernie
as Betelgeuse
as Receptionist
as Little Jane Butterfield
as Maxie Dean
as Janitor
as Grace
as Juno
as Preacher
as Lydia Deetz

Direction

Director
First Assistant Director
Second Assistant Director

Production

Production Supervisor

Writers

Screenplay Writer

Camera and Electrical

Director of Photography
Still Photographer
Camera Assistant

Music

Music Director
Music Editor

Sound

Sound Re-recording Mixer
Foley Artist
Assistant Sound Re-recording Mixer
Boom Operator

Art

Production Designer
Art Director
Set Decorator
Prop Master

Casting

Casting Director

Choreography

Choreographer

Costume and Wardrobe

Costume Designer
Costume Supervisor

Editorial

Editor
Assistant Editor

Location

Location Manager

Makeup and Hair

Hair Stylist

Special Effects

Special Effects Technician

Stunts

Stunt Coordinator

Visual Effects

Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Coordinator

Transportation

Transportation Coordinator
Film Type:
Feature Film
Language:
English
Colour Info:
Color
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Stereoscopy:
No
Taglines:
The Name In Laughter From The Hereafter.
Say it once... Say it twice... But we dare you to say it THREE TIMES
He's guaranteed to put some life, in your afterlife
spinning head
In This House... If You've Seen One Ghost... You Haven't Seen Them All.
Goofs:
Continuity
Otho opens a can of spray-paint and hands it to Delia, who opens it again.When Beetlejuice switches his number with the voodoo guy he drops his number on his lap and it falls between his legs. Then when he picks it up it's to the left of his legs.

Character Error
When Delia gets trapped against the house by her art, the "extra" with the curly hair and glasses looks briefly directly at the camera before looking back down. When Otho summons the Maitlands into their wedding clothes, they start to age rapidly. Their age isn't always consistent in the following scenes.
Trivia:
Michael Keaton spent only two weeks filming his part in the film, which lasts 17.5 minutes out of the 92-minute running time. It is Keaton's favorite film of his own.

According to Michael Keaton, the Betelgeuse character was described to him by director Tim Burton as "having lived in every time period but no time period." Keaton used this as the jumping-off point to create the character with such features as a shock hairdo, mold makeup, and large teeth. He said that when he first showed up to the set as Betelgeuse the crew was chanting, "Juice, Juice, Juice." This got Keaton excited to do a lot of improvisation during filming.
Movie Connection(s):
Referenced in: The Wizard of Oz (English)
Followed by: Beetlejuice 2 (English)