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  • Actors: Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Emily Watson, Tracey Ullman, Paul Whitehouse
  • Directors: Tim Burton, Mike Johnson
  • Format: Animated, Color, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), English (Dolby Digital 5.1 EX), French (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: January 31, 2006
  • Run Time: 77 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (721 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000C3L27U
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,832 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Documentaries: Find out how an animator approaches his character's motivation and why individual animators possess unique skills. Featurette: Tim Burton: Dark vs. Light: Explore what inspired Burton to bring the Corpse Bride to life. Interviews: Voices from the Underworld: Meet the actors behind the voices, and see how they craft their unique character Danny Elfman Interprets The Two Worlds Inside the Two Worlds: Includes interviews, behind-the-scenes footage, and production drawings. Other: Making Puppets Tick: Step inside and tour the puppet workshop. Photo gallery: The Corpse Bride Pre-Production GalleriesDocumentaries: Find out how an animator approaches his character's motivation and why individual animators possess unique skills. Featurette: Tim Burton: Dark vs. Light: Explore what inspired Burton to bring the Corpse Bride to life. Interviews: Voices from the Underworld: Meet the actors behind the voices, and see how they craft their unique character Danny Elfman Interprets The Two Worlds Inside the Two Worlds: Includes interviews, behind-the-scenes footage, and production drawings. Other: Making Puppets Tick: Step inside and tour the puppet workshop. Photo gallery: The Corpse Bride Pre-Production GalleriesDocumentaries: Find out how an animator approaches his character's motivation and why individual animators possess unique skills. Featurette: Tim Burton: Dark vs. Light: Explore what inspired Burton to bring the Corpse Bride to life. Interviews: Voices from the Underworld: Meet the actors behind the voices, and see how they craft their unique character Danny Elfman Interprets The Two Worlds Inside the Two Worlds: Includes interviews, behind-the-scenes footage, and production drawings. Other: Making Puppets Tick: Step inside and tour the puppet workshop. Photo gallery: The Corpse Bride Pre-Production GalleriesDocumentaries: Find out how an animator approaches his character's motivation and why individual animators possess unique skills. Featurette: Tim Burton: Dark vs. Light: Explore what inspired Burton to bring the Corpse Bride to life. Interviews: Voices from the Underworld: Meet the actors behind the voices, and see how they craft their unique character Danny Elfman Interprets The Two Worlds Inside the Two Worlds: Includes interviews, behind-the-scenes footage, and production drawings. Other: Making Puppets Tick: Step inside and tour the puppet workshop. Photo gallery: The Corpse Bride Pre-Production GalleriesDocumentaries: Find out how an animator approaches his character's motivation and why individual animators possess unique skills. Featurette: Tim Burton: Dark vs. Light: Explore what inspired Burton to bring the Corpse Bride to life. Interviews: Voices from the Underworld: Meet the actors behind the voices, and see how they craft their unique character Danny Elfman Interprets The Two Worlds Inside the Two Worlds: Includes interviews, behind-the-scenes footage, and production drawings. Other: Making Puppets Tick: Step inside and tour the puppet workshop. Photo gallery: The Corpse Bride Pre-Production GalleriesDocumentaries: Find out how an animator approaches his character's motivation and why individual animators possess unique skills. Featurette: Tim Burton: Dark vs. Light: Explore what inspired Burton to bring the Corpse Bride to life. Interviews: Voices from the Underworld: Meet the actors behind the voices, and see how they craft their unique character Danny Elfman Interprets The Two Worlds Inside the Two Worlds: Includes interviews, behind-the-scenes footage, and production drawings. Other: Making Puppets Tick: Step inside and tour the puppet workshop. Photo gallery: The Corpse Bride Pre-Production GalleriesDocumentaries: Find out how an animator approaches his character's motivation and why individual animators possess unique skills. Featurette: Tim Burton: Dark vs. Light: Explore what inspired Burton to bring the Corpse Bride to life. Interviews: Voices from the Underworld: Meet

Editorial Reviews

Tim Burton's Corpse Bride (DVD) (WS)

Customer Reviews

Love this movie and watch it often with the kids.
Pickyourownnose
And I must say that Corpse Bride by far is my favorite and now one of the best animated movies I've seen.
R
The movie was good, the story line was cute and lovely.
K Gray

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

159 of 184 people found the following review helpful By Kelly L. Norman VINE VOICE on October 9, 2005
Tim Burton's mind must be a very strange place. Remember, it's where if you commit suicide you have to work for social services in the afterlife (Ref: Beetlejuice). I'm a social worker, so I know what that means! Men with hands made of scissors, Jack Nicholson as Batman's foil...this is one sick puppy of a director.

So when you hear Mr. Burton is directing a film based on an Eastern European folktale in which one of the heroines-the heroines, mind you---is a corpse....well, family fare is not what comes to mind.

And, although it's animated, Corpse Bride definitely is not for the younger set, 9 or so and below. These characters look creepy. The title character has a habit of losing her eye and talking to the maggot, Louie, who lives behind it. Skeletons of dogs and people walk and talk about in the "underworld".

However, like Beetlejuice and Edward Scissorhands, older children will find the animations amusing and fascinating; and parents will be pleased with the messages packaged in the film.

Briefly, "Corpse Bride" is an animated operetta in which Victor (voiced by Johnny Depp), son of fishmongers, is engaged to Victoria, (Emily Watson) the daughter of nobles who are now penniless. Neither know each other but meet accidentally and fall in love. When Victor stumbles over his complicated wedding vows at the rehearsal, he's humiliated by a stranger at the wedding (Richard E. Grant) and walks in the woods to practice. When he says the vows, he places the ring on a "twig" that turns out to be the finger of Emily (Helena Bonham-Carter), the Corpse Bride, who of course jumps up and happily informs him they are married. (She's very pretty, by the way, dead or not).
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42 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Lerch TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 4, 2007
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Corpse Bride was the first Blu-Ray movie I couldn't wait to see. I had it on DVD and viewed it many times and as I knew the movie inside and out, along with the issues with displaying the SD DVD on my HD TV, I was excited to be able to make a side by side comparison between the 2 releases.

Corpse Bride on Blu-Ray completely blows the other Blu-Ray movies I own out of the water in terms of authoring. The clarity of the image is astounding and the difference between DVD and Blu-Ray is made overly apparent when you can do a comparison of the 2 directly.

In the Blu-Ray release of CB you can see the texture of the puppets' faces, something certainly lacking in the DVD. You can also see in the skeleton dance scene some of the metal bits holding the puppets together. On the DVD you can see it but it is difficult or nearly impossible to tell what the shiny piece is.

As far as the movie, it's a great love story in Tim Burton's typical twisted fashion.

Definitely worth checking out as a movie but also worthy of checking out what Blu-Ray is capable of.
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60 of 74 people found the following review helpful By milss on October 24, 2005
Tim Burton creates a stunning masterpiece that keeps all the parameters typical in his productions. Combining the macabre and childish elements with stop motion animation techniques, Burton gives life to a fantastic story, just as he did in 1993 with the superb Nightmare before Christmas.

The store serves the director as an excuse to build yet another visual fantasy, supported by the voices of several of his favorite actors: Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Albert Finney and Christopher Lee.

The ironic and funny style of Burton portraying death repeats itself, forming and obscure and complex world. The principal characters are no other but a dead bride, a colorful number of skeletons, some monsters and a shy and repressed young man.

The plot of The Corpse's Bride is based on a traditional Ukrainian tale about a girl murdered on her weeding day and waiting since then for her true love.

In a Victorian England village lives Victor van Dort, a melancholic young man pressed by his wealthy but uneducated family to engage to a broken but aristocrat young woman named Victoria Everglot, whose parents despise the Van Dorts but want to solve their economical problems with this convenience marriage.

During a wedding rehearsal at the Everglot's house, Victor goes out to practice his vows, and accidentally says the words on a dead bride's tomb, who has been expecting since her dead for her true love to say the words that magically will free her to be happily ever after.

From that point, Victor goes on a journey in the land of the dead with his new bride.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By TheAngelofHavoc on January 23, 2006
Format: DVD
Tim Burton once again makes us laugh at the folly of our own mortality without managing to insult us. It's lovely to imagine that when we die, there will be a pub we can relax in, and all the aches and pains we exprienced will fade. It's nice to know we'll have nothing to fear...

Corpse Bride captures all these things and more! You wouldn't think so, given the title, however it presents a complex love story, and caused me to think deeply about what life is really about. Any story that can do this, in my book, is a masterpiece.

This film also gives us a scrumptious look into the two worlds through stop-motion animation. It is fantastic! The art has come a long way since Nightmare (though I don't think it's fair to compare the two) and moves very beautifully. The ending is bitter-sweet, as is life, and it moved me to tears.

I went opening night (being the Burton groupy that I am) and there were many like me there. We cheered at the ending and gasped at the plot twists. I do have to say, however, this movie would be a little much for children. It gets very close to the edge of what we are comfortable with: The idea of a man falling for a dead woman, the dead rising up and joining us at dinner, seeing people we've lost after many years in the underworld, etc...

All in all, I thought this was brilliant. See it for yourself and you'll understand. If you're a Tim Burton fan and behold his work with great affection like I do, you'll be taken in by the first few frames of animation.

Corpse Bride is spectacular!
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Thank you for posting this request - I couldn't agree more. The good news on this particular title seems to be that the HD editions (both HD DVD and Blu-ray titles almost certainly derive from the same HD transfer) offer noticeably improved image clarity and depth.
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