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About Tim Burton's Corpse Bride
in the dark romantic tradition of "T he Nightmare Before Christmas"
and "Edward Scissorhands," "Tim Burton's Corpse Bride" tells
the story of Victor (Johnny Depp), who is whisked away to the underworld to
marry the mysterious Corpse Bride (Helena Bonham Carter) while his real bride,
Victoria (Emily Watson), waits bereft in the Land of the Living
News Articles about
Tim Burton's Corpse Bride
3/9/06 Corpse Bride is top animated film
2/16/06 Interview: Burton Talks 'Corpse Bride,' Oscar Nom
Reporter 2/15/06 'Corpse' is lively animated Oscar nominee
PI 1/31/06 This Week's Hot Pick: 'Corpse Bride'
1/29/06 'Corpse Bride' DVD to die for
Trades 1/17/06 Corpse Bride (Widescreen Edition)
11/18/05 'Wallace,' 'Corpse Bride' on Oscar shortlist
10/18/05 UK premiere for Corpse Bride film
Soon 9/30/05 Helena Bonham Carter: Duchess of Animation
Today 9/28/05 Stop-motion coaxes 'Corpse Bride,' 'Gromit' to life
Daily News 9/28/05 How hit 'Corpse' came to life
9/25/05 A flick that Burton loves to death
Blade 9/23/05 Movie review: Tim Burton's Corpse Bride ***
Park Press 9/23/05 Dark, inventive and impeccable, "Corpse" is typical
Sun-Times 9/23/05 Tim Burton's Corpse Bride - A Roger Ebert Review
9/23/05 'Corpse Bride' mixes merriment and melancholy
Tribune 9/23/05 Who cadaver love her?
Observer 9/23/05 'Bride' a happy marriage of genres
News 9/23/05 Boy meets ghoul
9/23/05 Review: 'Corpse Bride' Magical, Stylish Tale
Times 9/23/05 Here comes "Tim Burton's Corpse Bride"
9/23/05 Till death do we ... marry?
PI 9/23/05 'Corpse Bride' is Tim Burton at his whimsical best
9/22/05 Danny Elfman's Bonejangles Rattles 'Corpse Bride'
Enquirer 9/22/05 Burton digs deeper for 'Corpse Bride'
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