Well, a long time ago, an inventor lived in that mansion. He made many things, I suppose. He also created a man. He gave him inside, a heart, a brain, everything. Well, almost everything. You see, the inventor was very old. He died before he got to finish the man he invented. So the man was left by himself,incomplete and all alone.
20 Favorite Barbara Stanwyck Films in no particular order ⇨Sorry, Wrong Number (1948) In the tangled networks of a great city, the telephone is the unseen link between a million lives… it is the servant of our common needs ~ the confidante of our inmost secrets… life and happiness wait upon its ring… and horror… and loneliness… and… death!
”[…] dogs play an important role in Burton movies. They provide friendship, leadership and a minor, yet pivotal part. Though they themselves do not carry the storyline, they most certainly add to the overall plot and help the main character through whatever ordeal they face. For Jack, it was making it through the foggy Christmas night. In Corpse Bride, it was providing a sense of friendship. And for a little boy named Victor, it was about having a best friend.” [x]