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|Keith David||as The Cat|
|John Hodgman||as Charlie Jones/Other Father|
|Robert Bailey Jr.||as Wyborne 'Wybie' Lovat|
|Ian McShane||as Mr. Sergei Alexander Bobinsky/Other Bobinsky|
|George Selick||as Ghost Boy|
|Harry Selick||as Photo Friend #1|
|Emerson Hatcher||as Magic Dragonfly|
|Jerome Ranft||as Mover|
|Christopher Murrie||as Toy #1|
|Jeremy Ryder||as Toy #2|
|Dakota Fanning||as Coraline Jones|
|Teri Hatcher||as Mel Jones/Other Mother/Beldam|
|Jennifer Saunders||as Miss April Spink/Other Spink|
|Dawn French||as Miss Miriam Forcible/Other Forcible|
|Aankha Neal||as Sweet Ghost Girl|
|Hannah Kaiser||as Tall Ghost Girl|
|Marina Budovsky||as Photo Friend #2|
|Carolyn Crawford||as Wybie's Grandmother|
|Yona Prost||as Shakespeare Rascal|
|Filming dates:||22 May 2006 - ?|
USA - 75,280,058 USD (28 June 2009) |
UK - 7,244,992 GBP (28 June 2009)
Argentina - 78,339 ARS (24 March 2009)
|Plot:||A young girl walks through a secret door in her new home and discovers an alternate version of her life. On the surface, this parallel reality is eerily similar to her real life - only much better. But when her adventure turns dangerous, and her counterfeit parents (including Other Mother) try to keep her forever, Coraline must count on her resourcefulness, determination, and bravery to get back home - and save her family.|
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"Sirens of the Sea" Performed by Michele Mariana Written by Henry Selick|
"Other Father Song" Written & Performed by They Might Be Giants Published by TMBG Music
"Nellie Jean" Performed by Kent Melton Written by Kent Melton
"Dreaming" Performed by Bruno Coulais, The Children's Choir of Nice and Teri Hatcher Written by Bruno Coulais
Continuity: In the scene where Coraline falls asleep on the picture frame, at first it is facing down, but when the shot changes it has flipped to facing up.|
Continuity: When Other Father starts playing the piano, the piano gloves go on his hands while he is facing Coraline. After he turns around, the gloves switch hands.
Continuity: In the scene when Coraline firsts sees her father, she places the Coraline doll down on a box. In the shot, the Coraline doll's arm is hanging over the edge, but in the next shot, the doll's arm is by its side.
Continuity: While Coraline is eating dinner with her "other parents" she has an empty glass and a full water glass. When Coraline is shown again the water glass is half empty and again when Coraline is shown there is no water glass present at all.
Continuity: When Coraline first looks at the picture frame next to her bed, the "3" from "at 7:30" is missing and "Coraline" is spelled "Coral1n3" on the depicted sign. In the next shot, when she holds the frame in her hands, it says "7:30" and "Coral1ne".
CHAR: The first dinner at the "other mother's" is clearly a turkey, but the characters call it chicken.
Fact errors: The wheel of the sewing machine in the opening-credits is turning the wrong way: the machine wouldn't work.
CHAR: Mr. Bobinsky is Russian, but the flag in front of his door is Montenegran, with one minor difference: The real one has a lion passant in the centre, while Mr. Bobinsky's has a horseman.
Revealing mistakes: Watch very closely during the opening as the hands unstuff the doll, and restuff it. When you see the doll inside out in full, look down at her feet, with the heel stitches on the same side of the body as the face.
CHAR: SPOILER: Wyborne points out his grandmother never takes families with children as tenants as she believes (and rightly so) the house is dangerous for children. But the Jones family moved in and it is never explained why she made an exception this time, effectively putting Coraline in danger.
Toy #2: I wanna hug yo' face!|
Coraline Jones: You are NOT my mother.
Cat: You realize you're walking right into her trap.
Coraline Jones: I have to go back. They are my parents.
Cat: Challenge her, then. She may not play fair, but she won't
refuse. She's got a *thing* for games.
Other Mother: You know, you could stay forever, if you want to.
There's one tiny thing we have to do first...
Sweet Ghost Girl: Be clever, Miss. Even if you win, she'll never let
Coraline Jones: I can see you don't have button eyes, but... if
you're the same cat, how can you talk?
Cat: I just can.
Coraline Jones: How can you walk away from something and then come
Cat: Walk around the world.
Coraline Jones: Small world.
Tall Ghost Girl: You're in terrible danger, girl!
Coraline Jones: Evil Witch! I'm not scared!
Coraline Jones: [shouting to Wybie] Crazy? You're the jerk wad that
gave me the doll!
Wybie Lovat: I'm Wybie. Wybie Lovat.
Coraline Jones: Wybie?
Wybie Lovat: Short for Wyborn. Not my idea, of course. What'd you get
Coraline Jones: I wasn't 'saddled' with anything. It's Coraline.
Wybie Lovat: Caroline what?
Coraline Jones: Coraline. Coraline Jones.
Wybie Lovat: Hm. It's not real scientific, but I heard an ordinary
name like Caroline can lead people to have ordinary expectations
about a person.
Coraline Jones: I can't believe it. You and Dad get paid to write
about plants, and you hate dirt.
Tall Ghost Girl: Hush, and shush, for the beldam might be listening.
Coraline Jones: I want to be, with my real Mom and Dad. I want you to
let me go!
Other Mother: Is that any way to talk to your Mother?
Coraline Jones: You aren't, my Mother.
Other Mother: Apologize at once, Coraline.
Coraline Jones: No!
Coraline Jones: I think I heard someone calling you... Wyborn.
Wybie Lovat: What? I didn't hear anything.
Coraline Jones: Oh, I definitely heard someone... Why-were-you-born.
Mother: How dare you disobey your mother!
Coraline Jones: [to Coraline doll] You think they're trying to poison
me? [Makes Coraline doll nod]
Other Mother: Maybe they got bored with you and moved to France.
Other Mother: You know that I love you.
Coraline Jones: You...
[hesitates, braces herself]
Coraline Jones: ...have a really funny way of showing it.
Ghost Boy: Don't remember our names, but I 'member my true mommy.
Other Mother: Black is traditional.
Coraline Jones: He's not drunk, Mom, he's just eccentric.
Mr. Bobinsky: I am the Amazing Bobinsky! But you- call me Mr. B.
Because, amazing, I already know that I am.
Mr. Bobinsky: Have beet, make you strong.
Other Father: So sharp, you won't feel a thing...
Cat: I don't like rats at the best of times, but this one was
sounding an alarm.
Other Father: [singing] Makin' up a song about Coraline/ She's a
peach, she's a doll, she's a pal of mine/ She's as cute as a button
in the eyes of everyone who's ever laid their eyes on Coraline/
When she comes around exploring/ Mom and I will never ever make it
boring/ Our eyes will be on Coraline!
Coraline Jones: [blank] I almost fell down a well yesterday, Mom.
Mother: [typing] Uh-huh.
Coraline Jones: I would've died.
Mother: That's nice.
Mother: Coraline, why don't you visit downstairs? I bet those
actresses would love to hear your dream.
Coraline Jones: Miss Spink and Forcible? But you said they're
Mother: [smiling] Mm-hm.
Mr. Bobinsky: Caroline, wait! The mice asked me to give you message.
Coraline Jones: The jumping mice?
Mr. Bobinsky: They are saying, "Do not go through little door." Do
you know such a thing?
Coraline Jones: The one behind the wallpaper? But it's all bricked
Mr. Bobinsky: Ah. So sorry, is nothing. Sometimes the mice are little
mixed up. They even get your name wrong, you know? They call you
"Coraline" instead of "Caroline." Not "Caroline" at all! Maybe I
work them too hard.
Miss Forcible: [reading tea leaves] Well, not to worry, child: It's
good news. There's a tall, handsome beast in your future.
Coraline Jones: A what?
Miss Spink: Miriam, really, you're holding it wrong. See? Danger!
Coraline Jones: What do you see?
Miss Spink: I see a very peculiar hand.
Miss Forcible: I see a giraffe.
Miss Spink: Giraffes don't just fall from the sky, Miriam.
Coraline Jones: Well, what should I do?
Miss Spink: Never wear green in your dressing room.
Miss Forcible: Acquire a very tall step-ladder.
Wybie Lovat: Whoa! Check out Slug-zilla!
Other Father: [robotic] All will be swell, soon as Mother's
refreshed. Her strength is our strength...
[one of the robotic hands closes his mouth forcefully]
Other Father: Mustn't... talk when Mother's not here.
Coraline Jones: If you won't even talk to me, I'm gonna find the
other Wybie. He'll help me.
Other Father: No point. [face distorts] He pulled a loooong face...
and Mother didn't like it.
Coraline Jones: [on the "Other" Mother] Why does she want me?
Cat: She wants something to love, I think. Something that isn't her.
Or, maybe she'd just love something to eat.
Coraline Jones: Eat? That's ridiculous, mothers don't eat...
Cat: I don't know. How do you taste? [chuckles]
Other Mother: They say even the proudest spirit can be broken... with
Sweet Ghost Girl: She spied on our lives through the little doll's
Ghost Boy: ...and saw that we weren't happy.
Tall Ghost Girl: So she lured us away with treasures and treats...
Sweet Ghost Girl: And games to play.
Ghost Boy: Gave all that we asked...
Sweet Ghost Girl: Yet we still wanted more.
Tall Ghost Girl: So we let her sew the buttons.
Ghost Boy: She said she loved us.
Tall Ghost Girl: But she locked us here...
Sweet Ghost Girl, Tall Ghost Girl, Ghost Boy: And ate up our lives.
Coraline Jones: Wybie's got a cat like you at home. Not the quiet
Wybie, the one that talks too much. You must be the Other Cat.
Cat: [speaking for the first time] No... I'm not the other anything.
Cat: You probably think this world is a dream come true. But you're
wrong. The other Wybie told me so.
Coraline Jones: That's nonsense. He can't talk.
Cat: Perhaps not to you. We cats, however, have far superior senses
than humans, and can see and smell and... Shh! I hear something.
Right over... [meows and runs off]
Other Mother: You may come out... when you've learned to be a loving
Other Mr. Bobinsky: [slurred voice] You think winning game is good
thing? You just go home and be bored and neglected, same as always.
Stay here with us. We will listen to you, and laugh with you. If
you stay here, you can have whatever you want... always.
Coraline Jones: You don't get it, do you?
Other Mr. Bobinsky: I don't understand.
Coraline Jones: Of course you don't understand. You're just a copy
she made of the real Mr. B.
Other Mr. Bobinsky: [voice distorts] Not even that... anymore...
Other Mother: [screaming] Don't leave me! Don't leave me! I'll die
Coraline Jones: Oh my twitchy, witchy girl. I think you are so nice.
I give you bowls of porridge. I give you bowls of ice... cream. I
give you lots of kisses. I give you lots of hugs. But I never give
you sandwiches with grease and worms and mung... beans.
Coraline Jones: [after hearing a creature while exploring the hills]
Hello? Who's there?
Coraline Jones: Welcome, Miss Lovat!
Wybie's Grandmother: Oh, hello.
Coraline Jones: I'm Coraline Jones. I've got so much to tell you.
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