Beetlejuice II

Broadcast Run: 
1989 to 1998
Broadcast Medium: 
Television

Based on the hit movie of the same name, this combination animated/ non-animated half-hour series was about an outrageous ghost named Beetlejuice and his pre-teen real-life friend Lydia Deetz. Lydia joined Beetlejuice in his crazy world called the Neitherworld. Every time Beetlejuice uttered a double-entendre, the play-on- words happened to him literally. So when he "lost his head", his head actually fell off and got lost. When he demanded a "pat on the back", he ended up with an obnoxious little gnome named "Pat" on his back. Other uttered phrases that put Beetlejuice into some weird situations included "in a pickle", "over a barrel", "up a creek" and "in a stew".

Broadcast: 1989 - 1998
Time Slots: Saturday 10:00 am, 3:30 pm, Sunday 8:30 am, 9:30 am, then 8:00 am weekdays
Running time: 30 minutes

Production Company: Nelvana Limited (Toronto and the Geffen Film Company, in association with Tim Burton Inc. and Warner Bros. Television
Executive Producer: Tim Burton
Producers: Michael Hirsh, Patrick Loubert, Clive A. Smith
Director: Robin Budd

Written by Joanne Ingrassia - June, 2002

 

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