Adventures of the ghostly con-artist and his 12-year-old pal, Lydia.
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 Beetlejuice (94 episodes, 1989-1991)
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 Lydia Deetz (94 episodes, 1989-1991)
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Loosely based on the film of the same name, this show features Beetlejuice, a wild ghost from the "Neitherworld," and his mortal best friend, a young girl named Lydia. Written by Sparky <sparky1@jps.net>

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9 September 1989 (USA)  »

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Kenner, the company behind the Beetlejuice movie action figures, had begun developing figures for the animated series, but the project did not come to fruition (one prototype figure head of Jacques LaLean for that ill-fated collection has been showcased online). See more »

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[Lydia has banished Beetlejuice back to the Neitherworld, but Claire has heard her... ]
Claire Brewster: Beetlejuice?
Beetlejuice: That's my name!
[Half of him appears in the real world, miniaturized]
Beetlejuice: Now, come on, give me two more!
Claire Brewster: What kind of a name is BEETLEJUICE?
Beetlejuice: Yeah!
[His body is now intact, but he's still six inches high... ]
Claire Brewster: I mean, really...
Beetlejuice: Hey!
[...]
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Good animation with great gags
27 July 1999 | by (FL) – See all my reviews

As is the case with many cartoons, many of the jokes are not for children. I found the animated series highly entertaining. Silly and gross are the norm. Fast paced jokes keep coming. I liked the character of Beetlejuice in the cartoons better than in the movie. I did not particularly love the movie but, the cartoon is very funny. I love the way they draw Lyds. Enjoy.


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