A new take on favorite childhood movies

One of my co-workers sent out an e-mail the other day with a link to the trailer for Tim Burton's upcoming take on "Alice in Wonderland" and this as the subject line: "Why does Tim Burton keep messing with our childhood memories?"

The comment clearly stems most obviously from Burton's 2005 version of Roald Dahl's "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," but could also pretty easily reference Burton's re-envisioning of "Batman," "James and the Giant Peach" and perhaps even "Planet of the Apes."

It got me thinking, though: What exactly might some other Disney classics look like with Burton's distinctive stamp?

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