As a result he dropped out of college after a year to work there (Pringle). While at Disney, he created two short films; Vincent (1982) and Frankenweenie (1984). Vincent allowed Tim Burton to work with one of his idols, Vincent Price, who supplied the voice of the narrator. Price would also later star in the film Edward Scissorhands in 1990 (CITATION). Frankenweenie was retelling of the Frankenstein story from the point of view of a young Dr. Frankenstein whose dog had died and he tried to bring him back to life. This left Disney executives scratching their heads, they thought it was to dark and scary for children. Burton had a different take on the monsters in his …show more content…
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