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Tim Burton Gives Stop Motion The Go-Ahead
  • LOS ANGELES (AP)
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As far as Tim Burton's concerned, you can't keep a good dog down. And you can't keep a good, old-fashioned form of animation down, either.
   Burton's boy-and-his-dead-dog tale "Frankenweenie" is Hollywood's latest resurrection of stop-motion animation, a century-old style that still creeps...

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