Beetlejuice: Season 4, Episode 36

A Star Is Bored (28 Oct. 1991)

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Beetlejuice is chosen to replace a film star in a major Neitherworld horror film, but the ensuing fame turns him into a total jerk. Lydia (and the director not letting him do what he does ... See full summary »

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Stephen Ouimette ...
Beetlejuice (voice)
Alyson Court ...
Lydia Deetz (voice)
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Beetlejuice is chosen to replace a film star in a major Neitherworld horror film, but the ensuing fame turns him into a total jerk. Lydia (and the director not letting him do what he does best) brings him to his senses, but he is trapped by his contract, so Lydia comes up with a plan to get him thrown off the film and replaced by the former star. Written by Tony Scheinman

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