There is a town of Sleepy Hollow in upstate New York, a historic village whose main claim to fame is the legend immortalized in the Washington Irving story. But for Tim Burton, director of the upcoming film Sleepy Hollow, the title town, circa 1799, is not so much a real spot as another place in his imagination, perhaps just over the hill from the Gotham of the Batman movies, or down the road from Halloween Town in The Nightmare Before Christmas. Therefore, when cinematographer Emmanuel ...

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