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Beetlejuice (movie) credits. This includes credits on screen in the movie and the scrolling credits at the end.


Typed Credits[]

Cast Credits[]

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Cast in Order of Appearance Adam - Alec Baldwin
Barbara - Geena Davis
Jane Butterfield - Annie McEnroe
Ernie - Maurice Page
Old Bill - Hugo Stanger
Betelgeuse - Michael Keaton
Little Jane - Rachel Mittelman
Delia - Catherine O'Hara
Moving Man #1 - J. Jay Saunders
Moving Man #2 - Mark Ettlinger
Charles - Jeffrey Jones
Lydia - Winona Ryder
Otho - Glenn Shadix
Receptionist - Patrice Martinez
3-Fingered Typist - Cynthia Daly
Char Man - Douglas Turner
Messenger - Carmen Filpi
Janitor - Simmy Bow
Juno - Sylvia Sidney
Maxie Dean - Robert Goulet
Bernard - Dick Cavett
Grace - Susan Kellermann
Beryl - Adelle Lutz
Dumb Football Player - Gary Jochimsen
Dumb Football Player #2 - Bob Pettersen
Very Dumb Football Player - Duane Davis
Sarah Dean - Marie Cheatham
Preacher - Tony Cox
Voice of Preacher - Jack Angel

Stunt Players
Fred Waugh
James Lerner
Mike Cassidy
Maria Kelly
Carl Ciarfalio
Noon Orsaiti
Di Ann Lerner
Fred Lerner
Shinko Isobe
Cris Thomas Palomino
Pat Puccinelli
Anthony Schmidt
Mary Peters
Beth Nufer

Puppeteers
Fred Spencer
James McGeachy
Kevin Carlson
Mark Bryan Wilson
Van Snowden
Sandy Grinn

Introduction Credits[]

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(Geffen logo)
A Geffen Company Release
Distributed by Warner Bros. (WB logo) A Warner Communications Company

The
Geffen
Company
Presents

A
Tim
Burton
Film

[Beetlejuice title]

Alec
Baldwin


Geena
Davis


Jeffrey
Jones


Catherine
O'Hara


Winona
Ryder


Sylvia
Sidney


Co-Starring

Robert
Goulet

Dick
Cavett

Glenn
Shadix

Annie
McEnroe


and
Michael
Keaton

as
Beetlejuice

Casting by

Jane
Jenkins

and
Janet
Hirshenson

C.S.A.

Costume Designer

Aggie
Guerard
Rodgers


Music Composed
by

Danny
Elfman


Edited
by

Jane
Kurson


Production
Designer

Bo
Welch


Director
of
Photography

Thomas
Ackerman


Story
by

Michael
McDowell

&
Larry
Wilson


Screenplay
by

Michael
McDowell
and
Warren
Skaaren


Produced
by

Michael
Bender


Larry
Wilson
and
Richard
Hashimoto


Directed
by

Tim
Burton

Ending Scrolling Credits[]

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The Cast, Stunt Players, and Puppeteers credits can be found in the sub-headline "Cast Credits".

The following are courtesy of RCA Records and performed by Harry Belafonte:

Day-O
Written by Lord Burgess and William Attaway

Man Smart, Woman Smarter
Written by Norman Span

Sweetheart from Venezuela
Written by Fitzroy Alexander and Bob Gordon

Jump in the Line (Shake, Snake Senora)
Written by Rafael Leon and Raymond Bell

Filmed at the Culver Studios
Culver City, California

Lenses and Panaflex® Camera by Panavision®

Color by Technicolor®

(Dolby Stereo logo)®
In Selected Theatres

Approved #28914
(Motion Picture Association of America logo)
Motion Picture Association of America

This picture made under
the jurisdiction of
(IATSE logo)
Affiliated with
A.F.L.-C.I.O.

This Motion Picture
© 1988 The Geffen Film Company
Story and Screenplay
© 1988 The Geffem Film Company
All Original Music Compositions
© 1988 Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp.

All material is protected by copyright laws of the United States
and all countries throughout the world. All rights reserved.
Any unauthorized exhibition, distribution or copying of this film
or any part thereof (including Soundtrack) is an infringement
of the relevant copyright and will subject the infringer to severe
civil and criminal penalties.

The story, all names, characters and incidents portrayed in this
production are fictitious. No identification with actual persons,
places, buildings and products is intended or should be inferred.

The producers wish to thank the town of East Corinth, Vermont
For their cooperation in filming of the picture.

(Geffen logo)
A Geffen Company Release
Distributed by Warner Bros. (WB logo) A Warner Communications Company

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