Since it opened at the end of March, over 100,000 people have visited the exhibition Tim Burton and His World at Prague’s House at the Stone Bell gallery, organisers said on its final day on Sunday. The show features props, models and sketches relating to the director’s films as well as drawings for projects that were never carried out. Burton himself appeared at the opening of the exhibition and at a concert of music from his films at Prague’s Municipal House.
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