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Directed by:
Tim Burton

Alec Baldwin as Adam Maitland
Geena Davis as Barbara Maitland
Michael Keaton as Betelgeuse (Beetlejuice)
Jeffrey Jones as Charles Deitz
Winona Ryder as Lydia Deitz
Catherine O'Hara as Delia Deitz
Glenn Shadix as Otho
Sylvia Sidney as Juno
Robert Goulet as Maxie Dean
Dick Cavett as Bernard

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  • Just a little stuff up. When they are remodeling the house and they build the wall outside, when they are lifting the wall up it is smooth, but in a later shot the wall is planked. - FlyBoy
  • When the two new ghosts forgot their names the main characters anyway when the head to go to the see that there really dead by checking to see if they have a reflection you can see there reflection in the windows behind them. - Jr
  • The two ghosts were also casting shadows, when they were standing in front of the mirror. - emoney
  • When Delia and Otho are walking up the stairs to redecorate the house, one of them takes the top off a can of paint and hands it to the other. The second one then removes the top again. - Fuss10
  • When Barbara picks up the miniature beetle juice, the model she holds moves its arm rapidly. In a close up shot, beetle juices arm is tucked in her clenched fist. - steelflesh
  • Ever notice that scene in Beetlejuice where Otho and Delia are going through the house for the first time. Anyway Otho goes into one room and his shoes are red then he goes into the bathroom and they're white. - ms_rachael
  • I'm sure everyone probably thought about this but I always found it funny how Geena Davis catches her fingers on fire and it doesn't bother her but when Beetlejuice shoots out his spikes when she's holding him, that does hurt her. I have spoken. - Coolpac40
  • I'm not real sure if this a goof or not but in the scene where Adam and Barbara are talking to Juno in the background you can see skeletons and stuff watching them as if there an audience or something. There's also a guy that kind of looks like Otho with sunglasses. Were they supposed to be there? It kind of creeps me out a little bit. - Raymond
  • (Factual errors) The Maitlands have no reflection, but they can be seen on the windows in the attic and in the living room. (VHS) - seatero
  • (Factual errors) The camera Lydia uses contains mirrors inside therefore she wouldn't of been able to see the Maitlands through the camera when they where at the window. (VHS) - seatero
  • (Crew/equipment visible) When beetlejuice is marrying Lydia,there is a wire or something at the leg of the weird looking minister, the wire can clearly be seen going from his leg to the fireplace. (VHS) - seatero
  • (Continuity) At the very end scene where Lydia is floating near the staircase,her hair is parted differently in almost every shot. (VHS) - seatero
  • (Continuity) When Delia and Otho are going upstairs to the attic we see the door is wide open,but as Adam runs up to the attic he runs through a half closed door. (He touches the door too can ghosts to that?). (VHS) - seatero
  • (Continuity) The post in the attic moves around in different shots. I think it is to cover up the hinges of the chalk door. (VHS) - seatero
  • (Continuity) When Adam draws the door, the book in his hand is open and shut in different shots. (VHS) - seatero
  • When they're at Beetlejuice's grave, they start digging. There is a piece of cardboard that reads 'fragile'. One problem -- if the set is supposed to be a miniture, the 'fragile' writing would have to be extremely small. Small enough that somone would need to use a magnifying glass to read 'fragile'. - ahknaten

Corrected Goofs

  • When Beetlejuice is at the alter with Winona Ryder, he reacts to Geena Davis crashing through the roof riding the sandworm before she actually crashes through. - Don
    • Correction: You cannot see the ceiling in the first scene where the sandworm crashes it, so it came through and you didn't see it yet, but Beetlejuice (obvious) did. (TV) - Bart


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