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Published on Mar 13, 2010
This town was turned into a large studio backlot for the filming of the Tim Burton classic; "Beetlejuice." Located in Orange County, East Corinth is a mere shadow of its on-screen alter-ego. Today, the town is indifferent from a typical small New England town. The real "Beetlejuice" house was nothing more than a three-sided facade built on a hill, and "Maintland's Hardware" was ACTUALLY the town's general store (now vacant as of 3/13/2010). The red covered bridge was built for the movie overtop the existing wooden bridge, and the road it is located on does not actually lead to where the house was located. Short clips from the actual movie are used in this video, but were used under "fair use" copyright laws. If I am wrong in doing this, please let me know before sending lawyers after me; I'll be glad to remove them from this video.