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"tom duffield" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"What about 30 pages into the first draft of the script? We just felt something happening. There was like a magic to it. It's a little bit of Ah cliche, but I'll say it anyway. I always felt like we kind of built the launching pad and him. Burton built the rocket that took it to the moon. I'm Robert Short. I was the makeup effects supervisor Designer for Beetles use I'm Tom Duffield was the art director on Beetlejuice. I was given the script. I read it, and I was amazed at the amount of creative elements that were in the script. And, of course, the scale of some of the things such as thie sand worms. When I first read the script, I must say I've never read anything like this before this wild. This movie I have ever read. What is this? A bad I don't This is crazy. I was brought in on a meeting. Ah, that completely turned the entire project on its ear for me all of a sudden, the sand worm that I had pictured as the horrible big brown. Things were suddenly black and white stripes with big blue lips and big yellow eyes and head within ahead. And at that point all of a sudden I realized Oh, this is unlike anything that I would have expected a little bill nervous because I've never done anything. I've never seen anything like this. So it was like it was really the first time effort here and the fact that Tim was going to be overlaying this kind of style in this kind of look onto a story like this. I really felt it was going to be a unique experience. One of the things that sets Beetlejuice, apart from a lot of films, even of that era is that we decided early on that we try and do everything or as much as we could. In camera by doing things live on set like a magician's tricks, slight of hand for some reason that plays emotionally better with people. It also gives the film a very handcrafted. Feeling and look, for example,.