Burton, Tim Easter Egg - Tim Burton's "egg"

In many of Tim Burton's films, an egg is cracked in some weird way. It's sort of like a signature, I think. I've spotted this in "Edward Scissorhands," where the scientist's cookie making machine cracks an egg, "The Life Aquatic," where an egg is cracked as the climax of some Rube Goldburg design, and in "Corpse Bride." Try to spot it in his other films, too, though I believe there are exceptions. Blink and you'll miss it!

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Contributed By: Anonymous on 03-14-2006
Reviewed By: Axel, MorPH
Special Requirements: Almost any Tim Burton film
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Xofer writes:
Interesting, except for the fact that "The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou" isn't a Tim Burton film.
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In Charlie & the Chocolate factory, during a flashback, Willy Wonka put an egg in Grandpas mouth, where it hatched into a candy bird...
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kaymation writes:
don't forget in "Big Fish" at the science fair and egg was cracked and boiled in a rube goldburg machine!
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