Genre: Two-thirds stop-motion animation and one-third live action
Studio: Miramax Studios
Company: Walt Disney Pictures
Project Phase: Cancelled
Directed by: Henry Selick, director of ``James and the Giant Peach'' and
``The Nightmare Before Christmas''
Scripted by: Steven Soderbergh, who directed ``Sex, Lies and Videotape,''
Story by: Adopted by Carol Hughes' children's book
The story told a tale of a young girl
who creates a fantasy world of goblins,
fairies, sprites and an evil Jack Frost.
Pre-production is expected to begin
in June, 96 and production was set for the
fall of 1997, but was cancelled.
"Toots and the Upside Down House" was Miramax's
first major entry into animation and was projected
to carry a price tag just shy of the estimated
$30 million plus production cost of Walt Disney's
``Toy Story before it was cancelled.
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