Think you’ve got your head wrapped around Frankenweenie? Put your knowledge to
the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Frankenweenie is stop animation and filmed at 24 frames per second. That means an animator must move each puppet 24 times to get just one second of footage. On average, how many seconds can an animator produce a week?
Q. What was the "Puppet Hospital"?
A PokeCenter for puppets
The place where the puppets went to rest when they were stressed out
The longest-running soap opera on puppet television
The place where model makers fixed puppet hair and skin issues
Q. What was the town of "New Holland" inspired by?
Tim Burton's hometown of Burbank, California
Q. Why were the wigs for the puppets in Frankenweenie made from real human hair and applied strand by strand?
To be as creepy as possible
To create realistic hairlines for the puppets
Tim Burton's personal request. Have you seen that dude's hair?
The puppets were super picky about their hair products
Q. The name Frankenweenie is a reference to the classic novel
Q. The music for Frankenweenie was composed by Danny Elfman. He also scored
A hat trick for the Detroit Red Wings
The Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies
Q. How big was the original Frankweenie puppet? (Keep in mind it had to be small enough to be moveable, yet large enough to express undead dog emotions.)
1 inch tall
4 inches tall
5 feet tall
3 feet tall
Q. What are the names of Tim Burton's other stop-motion animation films?
Nightmare Before Christmas & The Corpse Bride
Nightmare Before Halloween & The Living Bride
Daydream Before Christmas & The Dead Husband
Nightmare After Christmas & The Corpse Divorcee
Q. Which of the following is NOT the title of a Tim Burton movie?
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Pirates of the Caribbean
Planet of the Apes
Q. All of the following actors provided voices for Frankenweenie EXCEPT