All Rare and weird Tim Burton  Movies list

1- Hansel and Gretel

 

Hansel and Gretel is a TV special that was made in 1983 for Disney directed by Tim Burton. It only aired once on October 31, 1983 at 10:30pm. Wikipedia
Initial release: October 31, 1983
Director: Tim Burton
Original network: The Disney Channel
Screenplay: Tim Burton
Cast: Jim Ishida
Producers: Rick Heinrichs, Julie Hickson
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2- Beetlejuice 2

Film
 Comedy · This is a follow-up to the comedy Beetlejuice (1988), about a ghost who’s recruited to help haunt a house.
Director: Tim Burton
Film series: Beetlejuice
Cast: Michael Keaton
Screenplay: Seth Grahame-Smith, David Katzenberg
Producers: Seth Grahame-Smith, David Katzenberg
Genres: Comedy, Fantasy
3- Vincent 1982
Vincent dreams of being like actor Vincent Price, and loses himself in macabre daydreams.
Release date: October 1, 1982 (USA)
Director: Tim Burton
Narrator: Vincent Price
Screenplay: Tim Burton
Cast: Vincent Price
Production companies: The Walt Disney Company, Walt Disney Pictures
4- James and the Giant Peach
Featuring stop-motion animation and live action, this inventive adaptation of Roald Dahl’s beloved children’s tale follows the adventures of James (Paul Terry), an orphaned young British boy. Forced to live with his cruel aunts (Joanna Lumley, Miriam Margolyes), James finds a way out of his bleak existence when he discovers an enormous enchanted peach. After rolling into the sea inside the buoyant fruit, James, accompanied by a crew of friendly talking insects, sets sail for New York City.
Release date: April 12, 1996 (USA)
Director: Henry Selick
Producers: Tim Burton, Henry Selick, Denise Di Novi
Production companies: The Walt Disney Company, Walt Disney Pictures, Skellington Productions, Allied Filmmakers
5- 9 (2009 animated film)

When 9 (Elijah Wood) springs to life, it finds itself in a post-apocalyptic world where humans no longer exist, and the only signs of life are sentient rag dolls like itself and the machines that hunt them. Though it is the youngest of the group, 9 convinces comrades that the only way to survive against the machines is to stop hiding, go on the offensive, and find out why the machines want to destroy them. As 9 and the group learn, civilization hinges on their success or failure.
Release date: September 9, 2009 (USA)
Director: Shane Acker
Featured song: Welcome Home
Adapted from: 9
Box office: 48.4 million USD

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