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15 Not-So-Scary Halloween Movies for Kids

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Corpse Bride Movie

Corpse Bride [PG]


Victor, who lives in a small European town in the 19th century, has pledged to marry Victoria in a marriage arranged by their parents.

While wandering the woods practicing his vows, he places Victoria's wedding ring on what he thinks is a tree branch. As it turns out, the "branch" is really the skeletal finger of the enchanted Corpse Bride. She whisks him off to a mysterious, and scary, underworld where Victor and the Corpse Bride are married.

Can Victor find his way back to the real world, and to his real-life fiance, who he realizes he has fallen in love with?

Kids will love the animation in this film, and parents can't help but marvel at the wonders only a Tim Burton film can bring to life.

Buy on Amazon.

Next: The Nightmare Before Christmas [PG]

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