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Gothic fantasy : the films of Tim Burton

Author: Edwin Page
Publisher: London ; New York : Marion Boyars Publishers, 2007.
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"Beginning his film career as an artist at Disney, Tim Burton is now best known as the mysterious and somewhat reclusive film director responsible for works ranging from arthouse (Ed Wood) to sei-fi satire (Mars Attacks!) to Hollywood blockbuster (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory). Fairy tale scenery and fantastical tales often provide the backdrop for Burton's films, many of which have gained a cult  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Page, Edwin.
Gothic fantasy.
London ; New York : Marion Boyars Publishers, 2007
(OCoLC)608183511
Named Person: Tim Burton; Tim Burton
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edwin Page
ISBN: 9780714531328 0714531324
OCLC Number: 70699019
Description: 287 p. : ill. ; 20 cm.
Contents: 1 Tim Burton: The Man Behind the Movies 9 --
2 A Life in Film 19 --
3 Beetlejuice 40 --
4 Batman 59 --
5 Edward Scissorhands 78 --
6 Batman Returns 95 --
7 The Nightmare Before Christmas 112 --
8 Ed Wood 128 --
9 Mars Attacks! 143 --
10 Sleepy Hollow 159 --
11 Planet of the Apes 177 --
12 Big Fish 195 --
13 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory 210 --
14 Corpse Bride 227 --
15 The Fairy Tale Goes On... 242 --
Appendix 1 Tim Burton, Main Credits 248 --
Appendix 2 Films, Main Cast and Crew 251.
Responsibility: by Edwin Page.
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"Beginning his film career as an artist at Disney, Tim Burton is now best known as the mysterious and somewhat reclusive film director responsible for works ranging from arthouse (Ed Wood) to sei-fi satire (Mars Attacks!) to Hollywood blockbuster (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory). Fairy tale scenery and fantastical tales often provide the backdrop for Burton's films, many of which have gained a cult following."--BOOK JACKET.

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