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The two inquire about Betelgeuse and Juno explains he was her former assistant who became a freelancer, and warns that he is a troublemaker and they should not seek his help.
The Maitlands return to their house and meet Lydia, who is able to see them due to her strange nature and has read and understood the Handbook ; the three become friends but the Maitlands still want to remove the Deetzes.
They summon Betelgeuse, but his crude personality convinces them they made a mistake and they refuse to work with him. The Maitlands attempt to frighten the Deetzes at a dinner party, but their actions only amuse them and the Deetzes search the attic, and Otho takes the Handbook.
Betelgeuse manifests as a monstrous snake and attacks them until the Maitlands order him back. Juno summons the Maitlands and reprimands them, as their subpar hauntings and summoning of Betelgeuse are providing proof of the afterlife to the living, and orders them to get rid of the Deetzes.
The two cannot bring themselves to scare Lydia and decide to allow the family to stay. Charles has the idea to turn the town into a tourist trap themed around the supernatural and convinces his former boss Maxie Dean to visit, and Maxie demands proof of the supernatural.
Lydia asks Betelgeuse for help and he agrees on the condition she marry him so he can be freed to enter the mortal world; she agrees and summons him.
Betelgeuse stops the exorcism and disposes of Maxie, his wife, Sarah in a High striker game and Otho, then summons a ghastly minister to wed Lydia.
The Maitlands intervene before the ceremony is completed, with Barbara riding a sandworm through the house to devour Betelgeuse. The Maitlands and the Deetzes agree to live in the house in harmony, and Lydia becomes more socially-adjusted from her friendship with them as she attends school.
Meanwhile in the afterlife, Betelgeuse impatiently sits in the afterlife waiting room, waiting to be called in. He steals the number of a witch doctor who is to be called in next, and in response, the witch doctor angrily shrinks his head in retaliation.
The financial success of Pee-wee's Big Adventure made Burton a " bankable " director, and he began working on a script for Batman with Sam Hamm.
While Warner Bros. Wilson was brought on board to continue rewriting work with McDowell, though Burton replaced McDowell and Wilson with Skaaren due to creative differences.
Burton's original choice for Betelgeuse was Sammy Davis Jr. Burton was unfamiliar with Keaton's work, but was quickly convinced.
O'Hara quickly signed on, while Burton claimed it took a lot of time to convince other cast members to sign, as "they didn't know what to think of the weird script.
Considering the scale and scope of the effects, which included stop motion , replacement animation, prosthetic makeup, puppetry and blue screen , it was always Burton's intention to make the style similar to the B movies he grew up with as a child.
The test screenings were met with positive feedback and prompted Burton to film an epilogue featuring Betelgeuse foolishly angering a witch doctor.
As a joke, Burton suggested the name Scared Sheetless and was horrified when the studio actually considered using it.
McDowell's original script is far less comedic and much darker; the Maitlands' car crash is depicted graphically, with Barbara's arm being crushed and the couple screaming for help as they slowly drown in the river.
The character of Betelgeuse—envisioned by McDowell as a winged demon, who takes on the form of a short Middle Eastern man—is also intent on killing the Deetzes rather than scaring them, and wanted sex from Lydia instead of wanting to marry her.
In this version of the script, Betelgeuse only needs to be exhumed from his grave to be summoned, after which he is free to wreak havoc; he cannot be summoned or controlled by saying his name three times, and wanders the world freely, appearing to torment different characters in different manifestations.
McDowell's script also featured a second Deetz child, nine-year-old Cathy, the only person able to see the Maitlands and the subject of Betelgeuse's homicidal wrath in the film's climax, during which he mutilates her while in the form of a rabid squirrel before revealing his true form.
In another version of the script, the film was to have concluded with the Maitlands, Deetzes, and Otho conducting an exorcism ritual that destroys Betelgeuse, and the Maitlands transforming into miniature versions of themselves and moving into Adam's model of their home, which they refurbish to look like their house before the Deetzes moved in.
Co-author and producer Larry Wilson has talked about the negative reaction to McDowell's original script at Universal where he was employed at the time:.
I won't name names here, but I worked at Universal Studios at the time. I was director of development for the director Walter Hill.
I had a very good relationship with a very prominent executive at Universal. He liked me, and he liked what I was doing with Walter, and the material I was bringing in.
I gave him Beetlejuice to read, and I gave it to him on a Friday, and on Monday his assistant called me and said well, he wants to meet with you.
My initial reaction was wow! He'd read it. He must have loved it or he wouldn't have wanted to see me so soon. But I went into his office, and he literally said "what are you doing with your career?
You're developing into a very good executive. You've got great taste in material. Why are you going to squander all that for this piece of shit", was basically what he was saying.
It goes to show, right? Shortly after that, we sold it to the Geffen Company. Skaaren's rewrite drastically shifted the film's tone, eliminating the graphic nature of the Maitlands' deaths while depicting the afterlife as a complex bureaucracy.
Skaaren had Barbara and Adam encounter different limbos every time they leave their home, including the "clock world", and the Sandworm's world, identified as Saturn's moon Titan.
Skaaren's first draft retained some of the more sinister characteristics of McDowell's Betelgeuse, but toned down the character to make him a troublesome pervert rather than blatantly murderous.
Betelgeuse's true form was that of the Middle Eastern man, and much of his dialogue was written in African American Vernacular English.
This version concluded with the Deetzes returning to New York and leaving Lydia in the care of the Maitlands, who, with Lydia's help, transform the exterior of their home into a stereotypical haunted house while returning the interior to its previous state.
It also would have featured deleted scenes such as the real-estate agent, Jane, trying to convince the Deetzes to allow her to sell the house for them having sold it to them in the first place—Charles and Delia decline , and a revelation on how Beetlejuice had died centuries earlier that he had attempted to hang himself while drunk, only to mess it up and died slowly choking to death, rather than quickly by snapping his neck and wound-up working for Juno before striking it out on his own as a " free-lance Bio- Exorcist ".
Retrospectively, McDowell was impressed at how many people made the connection between the film's title and the star Betelgeuse.
While the setting is the fictional village of Winter River, Connecticut , all outdoor scenes were filmed in East Corinth, a village in the town of Corinth, Vermont.
Principal photography began on March 11, The Beetlejuice soundtrack, first released in on LP, CD, and cassette tape, features most of the score written and arranged by Danny Elfman from the film.
Geffen reissued the original soundtrack on vinyl in , and then was later re-mastered and pressed to vinyl by Waxwork Records in for the 30th anniversary of Beetlejuice.
Two other vintage Belafonte recordings that appeared in the film are absent from the soundtrack: "Man Smart, Woman Smarter" and "Sweetheart from Venezuela".
The soundtrack entered the Billboard albums chart the week ending June 25, , at , peaking two weeks later at and spending a total of six weeks on the chart.
This was after the film had already fallen out of the top 10 and before the video release later in October. The complete score with the Belafonte tracks included was released in both the DVD and the Blu-ray as an isolated music track in the audio settings menu; this version of the audio track consists entirely of "clean" musical cues, uninterrupted by dialogue or sound effects.
Beetlejuice was met with a mostly positive response. The website's critical consensus reads, "Brilliantly bizarre and overflowing with ideas, Beetlejuice offers some of Michael Keaton's most deliciously manic work - and creepy, funny fun for the whole family.
Pauline Kael referred to the film as a "comedy classic",  while Jonathan Rosenbaum of Chicago Reader gave a highly positive review.
Rosenbaum felt Beetlejuice carried originality and creativity that did not exist in other films. Janet Maslin of The New York Times gave the film a negative review, stating that the film "tries anything and everything for effect, and only occasionally manages something marginally funny" and "is about as funny as a shrunken head".
For Keaton's character, Ebert called him "unrecognizable behind pounds of makeup" and stated that "his scenes don't seem to fit with the other action".
They soon discover that his company is building on the burial ground of an ancient Hawaiian Kahuna. Beetlejuice wird jedoch vollständig eliminiert, da Otho, die Maitlands und die Deetz zusammen einen Exorzismus betreiben.
Bereits in der ersten Einstellung legt Tim Burton diesen Look fest: Eine Vogelperspektive auf eine Kleinstadt entpuppt sich als Miniaturmodell — und der Zuschauer hat sie unwillkürlich betreten, die eigenwillig konstruierte, aber dennoch kommerziell erfolgreiche Kino-Realität von Tim Burton.
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The New York Times ' s Ben Brantley wrote: "Invisibility is definitely not among this show's problems; overcompensating from the fear that it might lose an audience with a limited attention span is.
Though it features a jaw-droppingly well-appointed gothic funhouse set by David Korins, lighted by Kenneth Posner , replete with spooky surprises, this show so overstuffs itself with gags, one-liners and visual diversions that you shut down from sensory overload.
Sara Holdren, writing for New York ' s Vulture , wrote: " Beetlejuice , the rowdy, raunchy musical adapted from Tim Burton's horror-comedy, openly embraces the theme park-y aspects of an enterprise like the one it's engaged in.
True to its source material, it's loud, it's cheeky, and it's all about excess. It's also — thanks in large part to Alex Brightman's spot-on performance as the incorrigible titular ghoul — a pretty fun time.
Nick Romano from Entertainment Weekly wrote: " Beetlejuice There are still second act problems and a song list void of any real bops, but it's a fun time for the Burton novice and pure fan service for the Burton stans, thanks in large part to the titular puckish undead spirit breathing life into a Broadway experiment that could've been dead in the water.
Peter Marks, theatre critic for The Washington Post , was pleased by the changes made during the show's transition to Broadway, writing: "When last we left Beetlejuice , during its tryout run in November in Washington's National Theatre, the blithe, dizzily antic spirit of the movie was suffocating under the weight of sophomoric, phallic gags.
This reworked incarnation, under Alex Timbers's direction, breathes slightly more enjoyably even as it remains too faithful to the pumped-up inclinations of book writers Scott Brown and Anthony King and composer-lyricist Eddie Perfect.
This means that the eager-to-please quotient of a musical about the quest by a bevy of souls, alive and dead, to alleviate loneliness, is still amped up a bit too frantically.
This may be of more concern to overly entertained theater analysts than to those musical-theater enthusiasts who thrive on the supercharged exertions of an ensemble on hyperdrive.
On a measurement scale of energy-output-per-minute, high-octane Beetlejuice would now be the safest ticket in town. Variety ' s Frank Rizzo wrote: " Keeping things entertaining enough are the off-the-wall humor, endless visuals and aural delights, tuneful music and wicked lyrics of Perfect Brightman is matched in star presence and musical chops by Caruso, as she travels to hell and back without losing her way.
McLure [sic] and Butler find big laughs, too, as the sweet — but not too sweet — a couple who finally find a reason to live after they've died.
Dannheisser, as Lydia's dad, grounds the role with sincerity without forgoing the loopy side, too. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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