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Small But Clever Details From Tim Burton Movies That Fans Noticed

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Tim Burton's movies are layered with detail, so much so that each new find can enhance even the hundredth viewing. No matter how many times you've seen Beetlejuice or The Nightmare Before Christmas, the hidden details lurking in the background are what make them so fun. 

Burton has entertained the masses through the Batman films and groundbreaking animated features. Which of these hidden details have you noticed? Vote up the most interesting details from Tim Burton movies below!

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    Jack Skellington Mans The Ghost Ship In 'James And The Giant Peach'

    From Redditor /u/to_the_tenth_power:

    In James and the Giant Peach (1996), Jack Skellington from The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) plays the captain of the ghost ship James runs into in the icy waters.

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    This Well Placed Callback To 'Batman' In 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'

    From Redditor /u/pp0787:

    In Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Charlie's dad works in a factory that makes Smilex toothpaste. Smilex is also the name of the Joker's deadly laughing gas in Tim Burton's earlier film, Batman.

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    In 'Beetlejuice,' Those Who Commit Suicide Become Civil Servants 

    From Redditor /u/TheRavenSG-1:

    In the movie Beetlejuice, Otho mentions that if you commit suicide you become a civil servant in the afterlife. This is what happened to Miss Argentina, the information lady in the waiting room.

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    Trained Squirrels Were Used During This 'Charlie And The Chocolate Factory' Scene

    From Redditor /u/irishamerican:

    In Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Tim Burton used real squirrels in the "Nut Cracking" assembly line. In total there are 40 squirrels which were trained to sit on stools while they opened nut shells and dropped the nuts onto a conveyor belt.

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