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“I’ve always been misrepresented. You know, I could dress in a clown costume and laugh with the happy people but they’d still say I’m a dark personality.”—Tim BurtonTim Burton’s career began at Disney, but he soon found his own style. He is best known for his dark, fantastical creations such as Beetlejuice (1988) and now for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005).Burton’s output ranges from Hollywood blockbusters to art-house film—-covering genres from sci-fi spoof to animation and horror. Edwin Page’s new book will appeal to both the general fan and film studies reader.
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