1: 1. Beetlejuice was nearly named Scared Sheetless. 2. Michael Keaton ad-libbed 90% of his lines. 3. The iconic Beetlejuice suit was green, not black.

2: 4. Winona Ryder was only 17 during filming. 5. Tim Burton was inspired by old cartoons for the film's visual style. 6. The original script was much darker and scarier.

3: 7. The film's budget was only $15 million. 8. Beetlejuice was the highest-grossing film of 1988. 9. The movie was supposed to have a sequel, but it never happened.

4: 10. Beetlejuice was originally intended to be a scary horror film. 11. The iconic sandworm was inspired by Dune. 12. Danny Elfman composed the film's quirky soundtrack.

5: 13. The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Makeup. 14. The character of Beetlejuice was inspired by a sleazy used-car salesman. 15. Lydia Deetz's iconic red wedding dress was actually black.

6: 16. Geena Davis and Alec Baldwin play the recently deceased couple. 17. The film's strange and unique visuals were created using practical effects. 18. The film's popularity led to an animated series in the late 1980s.

7: 19. Beetlejuice only appears on screen for about 17 minutes. 20. The film's original ending featured Beetlejuice attacking New York City. 21. The film's success led to a Broadway musical adaptation.

8: 22. Tim Burton wanted Sammy Davis Jr. to play Beetlejuice initially. 23. The film's production design was inspired by German Expressionism. 24. The film's title was changed from "House Ghosts" to "Beetlejuice."

9: 25. The film's makeup took nearly three hours to apply daily. 26. Michael Keaton's performance was praised by critics and audiences. 27. Beetlejuice was released in 1988 and became a cult classic.