Coraline is eager to explore her environment, and she asserts her agency in every situation she finds herself in. They tell Coraline how the Other Mother eventually grew bored with them, leaving them to die and cast them aside, but they are trapped there because she has kept their souls. Upon her return to her apartment, Coraline finds her real parents are missing. After investigating, she realizes that the old door to the drawing room is slightly ajar. There are also matching pants. The children are dressed in clothes from different periods and one seems to have wings. Coraline Jones is a curious adventurer who is the protagonist of all Coraline productions. She is the daughter of Charlie and Mel Jones, and is voiced by Dakota Fanning in the film. They signal to her by writing "Help Us" on the glass, from which Coraline deduces the Other Mother has kidnapped them. The mice advise Coraline not to go through the door. Coraline finds her parents safe with no memory of what had happened, and the ghost children at peace but not after they warn her that the Other Mother will still try to get the key from her. Coraline can get aggravated by adults, and people not taking her seriously because of her young age and outgoing demeanor. She has freckles below her eyes and, similarly to her parents, Coraline also has hazel-colored eyes. She disregards the warnings until the Other Mother invites her to live in the Other World forever if she sews buttons over her eyes. There, Coraline meets her eccentric neighbors. Although Coraline’s parents work from home, Coraline often feels lonely and must find ways to entertain herself. Coraline - Scene 1/10 - Why Were You Born, Coraline - Scene 2/10 - Passage to the Other World, Coraline - Scene 3/10 - Coraline's Other Parents, Coraline - Scene 5/10 - The Magical Garden, Coraline - Scene 6/10 - The Play's the Thing, https://coraline.fandom.com/wiki/Coraline_Jones?oldid=10292, According to Neil Gaiman, the character's creator, the name was originated from a typo: "I had typed the name Caroline, and it came out wrong. Knowing that the Other Mother will never let her leave even if she wins, Coraline tricks the Other Mother into opening the door to the real world and escapes through it, closing the door on the Other Mother's hand and severing it. Nine-year-old Coraline was played by an adult, Jayne Houdyshell, and the Other Mother was played by David Greenspan. And I don't like being stalked — not by psycho nerds or their cats! Coraline's mother takes a large iron key and opens the door, revealing bricks. Coraline's hair isn't naturally blue. Upon return to her apartment, Coraline finds that her real parents are missing. While on her walk, she encounters Miss Forcible and Miss Spink. ", (To The Cat) "But how can you walk away from something and still come back to it?

The other tenants include Miss Spink and Miss Forcible, two elderly women retired from the stage, and Mr. Bobinsky, Mr. Bobo, who is training a mouse circus. Coraline finds the "Other World" more interesting than her own; the Other Mother cooks food that she actually enjoys, both of her Other Parents pay more attention to her, her toy box is filled with animate toys that can move and fly, the Other Miss Spink and Miss Forcible perform a never-ending act in their flat, and the Other Mr. Bobo performs a mouse circus. They warn her that her task is still not done: the Other Mother will attempt to get her back and will try to get the key to open the door between the worlds. [10] While there, Miss Spink reads Coraline’s future in the tea leaves that remain at the bottom of her cup. The Film of the Book of Coraline, with Henry Selick (of The Nightmare Before Christmas fame) as director and writer. ", (To her mother) "I can't believe it. resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel. During her third visit, Coraline encounters a black cat from her own world that has the ability to talk in the Other World, and also warns Coraline of danger. Bored with her afternoon, Coraline decides to stop by Miss Forcible’s apartment.
" />Coraline is eager to explore her environment, and she asserts her agency in every situation she finds herself in. They tell Coraline how the Other Mother eventually grew bored with them, leaving them to die and cast them aside, but they are trapped there because she has kept their souls. Upon her return to her apartment, Coraline finds her real parents are missing. After investigating, she realizes that the old door to the drawing room is slightly ajar. There are also matching pants. The children are dressed in clothes from different periods and one seems to have wings. Coraline Jones is a curious adventurer who is the protagonist of all Coraline productions. She is the daughter of Charlie and Mel Jones, and is voiced by Dakota Fanning in the film. They signal to her by writing "Help Us" on the glass, from which Coraline deduces the Other Mother has kidnapped them. The mice advise Coraline not to go through the door. Coraline finds her parents safe with no memory of what had happened, and the ghost children at peace but not after they warn her that the Other Mother will still try to get the key from her. Coraline can get aggravated by adults, and people not taking her seriously because of her young age and outgoing demeanor. She has freckles below her eyes and, similarly to her parents, Coraline also has hazel-colored eyes. She disregards the warnings until the Other Mother invites her to live in the Other World forever if she sews buttons over her eyes. There, Coraline meets her eccentric neighbors. Although Coraline’s parents work from home, Coraline often feels lonely and must find ways to entertain herself. Coraline - Scene 1/10 - Why Were You Born, Coraline - Scene 2/10 - Passage to the Other World, Coraline - Scene 3/10 - Coraline's Other Parents, Coraline - Scene 5/10 - The Magical Garden, Coraline - Scene 6/10 - The Play's the Thing, https://coraline.fandom.com/wiki/Coraline_Jones?oldid=10292, According to Neil Gaiman, the character's creator, the name was originated from a typo: "I had typed the name Caroline, and it came out wrong. Knowing that the Other Mother will never let her leave even if she wins, Coraline tricks the Other Mother into opening the door to the real world and escapes through it, closing the door on the Other Mother's hand and severing it. Nine-year-old Coraline was played by an adult, Jayne Houdyshell, and the Other Mother was played by David Greenspan. And I don't like being stalked — not by psycho nerds or their cats! Coraline's mother takes a large iron key and opens the door, revealing bricks. Coraline's hair isn't naturally blue. Upon return to her apartment, Coraline finds that her real parents are missing. While on her walk, she encounters Miss Forcible and Miss Spink. ", (To The Cat) "But how can you walk away from something and still come back to it?

The other tenants include Miss Spink and Miss Forcible, two elderly women retired from the stage, and Mr. Bobinsky, Mr. Bobo, who is training a mouse circus. Coraline finds the "Other World" more interesting than her own; the Other Mother cooks food that she actually enjoys, both of her Other Parents pay more attention to her, her toy box is filled with animate toys that can move and fly, the Other Miss Spink and Miss Forcible perform a never-ending act in their flat, and the Other Mr. Bobo performs a mouse circus. They warn her that her task is still not done: the Other Mother will attempt to get her back and will try to get the key to open the door between the worlds. [10] While there, Miss Spink reads Coraline’s future in the tea leaves that remain at the bottom of her cup. The Film of the Book of Coraline, with Henry Selick (of The Nightmare Before Christmas fame) as director and writer. ", (To her mother) "I can't believe it. resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel. During her third visit, Coraline encounters a black cat from her own world that has the ability to talk in the Other World, and also warns Coraline of danger. Bored with her afternoon, Coraline decides to stop by Miss Forcible’s apartment.
">Coraline is eager to explore her environment, and she asserts her agency in every situation she finds herself in. They tell Coraline how the Other Mother eventually grew bored with them, leaving them to die and cast them aside, but they are trapped there because she has kept their souls. Upon her return to her apartment, Coraline finds her real parents are missing. After investigating, she realizes that the old door to the drawing room is slightly ajar. There are also matching pants. The children are dressed in clothes from different periods and one seems to have wings. Coraline Jones is a curious adventurer who is the protagonist of all Coraline productions. She is the daughter of Charlie and Mel Jones, and is voiced by Dakota Fanning in the film. They signal to her by writing "Help Us" on the glass, from which Coraline deduces the Other Mother has kidnapped them. The mice advise Coraline not to go through the door. Coraline finds her parents safe with no memory of what had happened, and the ghost children at peace but not after they warn her that the Other Mother will still try to get the key from her. Coraline can get aggravated by adults, and people not taking her seriously because of her young age and outgoing demeanor. She has freckles below her eyes and, similarly to her parents, Coraline also has hazel-colored eyes. She disregards the warnings until the Other Mother invites her to live in the Other World forever if she sews buttons over her eyes. There, Coraline meets her eccentric neighbors. Although Coraline’s parents work from home, Coraline often feels lonely and must find ways to entertain herself. Coraline - Scene 1/10 - Why Were You Born, Coraline - Scene 2/10 - Passage to the Other World, Coraline - Scene 3/10 - Coraline's Other Parents, Coraline - Scene 5/10 - The Magical Garden, Coraline - Scene 6/10 - The Play's the Thing, https://coraline.fandom.com/wiki/Coraline_Jones?oldid=10292, According to Neil Gaiman, the character's creator, the name was originated from a typo: "I had typed the name Caroline, and it came out wrong. Knowing that the Other Mother will never let her leave even if she wins, Coraline tricks the Other Mother into opening the door to the real world and escapes through it, closing the door on the Other Mother's hand and severing it. Nine-year-old Coraline was played by an adult, Jayne Houdyshell, and the Other Mother was played by David Greenspan. And I don't like being stalked — not by psycho nerds or their cats! Coraline's mother takes a large iron key and opens the door, revealing bricks. Coraline's hair isn't naturally blue. Upon return to her apartment, Coraline finds that her real parents are missing. While on her walk, she encounters Miss Forcible and Miss Spink. ", (To The Cat) "But how can you walk away from something and still come back to it?

The other tenants include Miss Spink and Miss Forcible, two elderly women retired from the stage, and Mr. Bobinsky, Mr. Bobo, who is training a mouse circus. Coraline finds the "Other World" more interesting than her own; the Other Mother cooks food that she actually enjoys, both of her Other Parents pay more attention to her, her toy box is filled with animate toys that can move and fly, the Other Miss Spink and Miss Forcible perform a never-ending act in their flat, and the Other Mr. Bobo performs a mouse circus. They warn her that her task is still not done: the Other Mother will attempt to get her back and will try to get the key to open the door between the worlds. [10] While there, Miss Spink reads Coraline’s future in the tea leaves that remain at the bottom of her cup. The Film of the Book of Coraline, with Henry Selick (of The Nightmare Before Christmas fame) as director and writer. ", (To her mother) "I can't believe it. resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel. During her third visit, Coraline encounters a black cat from her own world that has the ability to talk in the Other World, and also warns Coraline of danger. Bored with her afternoon, Coraline decides to stop by Miss Forcible’s apartment.
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Once again, Coraline is initially judgmental of the man and his obsession with his pet rats. You and Dad get paid to write about plants, and you hate dirt.

As the Other Mother opens the door, Coraline throws the Cat at the Other Mother, grabs the snow globe, and escapes to the real world with the key. Coraline Jones is the main protagonist of the film and book, CORALINE. This article is a non-fanon page. With her parents perpetually working on a cure for writer's rash and paying little attention to her, Coraline feels WRITER'S RASH and decides to explore their new home, befriending Wybie Lovat, a 13-year old grandson of the apartment's landlady. When Coraline expresses her dissatisfaction with her parent’s emotional neglect, she aims to change her fortune by entertaining herself through exploration. During the beginning of the film, Coraline is seen to be wearing jeans, a yellow rain coat, and Wellington boots of the same color.

", (To the other mother) "You're NOT my mother!". Coraline Jones has just moved into a big old Victorian house with her inattentive parents, and like any eleven-year-old with an active imagination, she soon begins exploring her new home. An opera by Mark-Anthony Turnage, based on the novella, made its world premiere at the Barbican Centre in London on 27 March 2018. Upon entering the hallway, Coraline is struck by how closely the empty flat resembles her own. The Other Mother is notably taller and thinner than her real mother. "[7] It has been compared to Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and has been adapted into a 2009 stop-motion film, directed by Henry Selick. At the 82nd Academy Awards, the film was nominated for Best Animated Feature but lost to Pixar's Up. She walks down it, seeing paintings with something peculiar about their eyes. The reader is introduced to Coraline Jones, a young girl who has just moved into a new flat with her parents. The Other Mother's severed hand attempts to seize the key, but steps on the blanket and falls into the well.
Coraline is eager to explore her environment, and she asserts her agency in every situation she finds herself in. They tell Coraline how the Other Mother eventually grew bored with them, leaving them to die and cast them aside, but they are trapped there because she has kept their souls. Upon her return to her apartment, Coraline finds her real parents are missing. After investigating, she realizes that the old door to the drawing room is slightly ajar. There are also matching pants. The children are dressed in clothes from different periods and one seems to have wings. Coraline Jones is a curious adventurer who is the protagonist of all Coraline productions. She is the daughter of Charlie and Mel Jones, and is voiced by Dakota Fanning in the film. They signal to her by writing "Help Us" on the glass, from which Coraline deduces the Other Mother has kidnapped them. The mice advise Coraline not to go through the door. Coraline finds her parents safe with no memory of what had happened, and the ghost children at peace but not after they warn her that the Other Mother will still try to get the key from her. Coraline can get aggravated by adults, and people not taking her seriously because of her young age and outgoing demeanor. She has freckles below her eyes and, similarly to her parents, Coraline also has hazel-colored eyes. She disregards the warnings until the Other Mother invites her to live in the Other World forever if she sews buttons over her eyes. There, Coraline meets her eccentric neighbors. Although Coraline’s parents work from home, Coraline often feels lonely and must find ways to entertain herself. Coraline - Scene 1/10 - Why Were You Born, Coraline - Scene 2/10 - Passage to the Other World, Coraline - Scene 3/10 - Coraline's Other Parents, Coraline - Scene 5/10 - The Magical Garden, Coraline - Scene 6/10 - The Play's the Thing, https://coraline.fandom.com/wiki/Coraline_Jones?oldid=10292, According to Neil Gaiman, the character's creator, the name was originated from a typo: "I had typed the name Caroline, and it came out wrong. Knowing that the Other Mother will never let her leave even if she wins, Coraline tricks the Other Mother into opening the door to the real world and escapes through it, closing the door on the Other Mother's hand and severing it. Nine-year-old Coraline was played by an adult, Jayne Houdyshell, and the Other Mother was played by David Greenspan. And I don't like being stalked — not by psycho nerds or their cats! Coraline's mother takes a large iron key and opens the door, revealing bricks. Coraline's hair isn't naturally blue. Upon return to her apartment, Coraline finds that her real parents are missing. While on her walk, she encounters Miss Forcible and Miss Spink. ", (To The Cat) "But how can you walk away from something and still come back to it?

The other tenants include Miss Spink and Miss Forcible, two elderly women retired from the stage, and Mr. Bobinsky, Mr. Bobo, who is training a mouse circus. Coraline finds the "Other World" more interesting than her own; the Other Mother cooks food that she actually enjoys, both of her Other Parents pay more attention to her, her toy box is filled with animate toys that can move and fly, the Other Miss Spink and Miss Forcible perform a never-ending act in their flat, and the Other Mr. Bobo performs a mouse circus. They warn her that her task is still not done: the Other Mother will attempt to get her back and will try to get the key to open the door between the worlds. [10] While there, Miss Spink reads Coraline’s future in the tea leaves that remain at the bottom of her cup. The Film of the Book of Coraline, with Henry Selick (of The Nightmare Before Christmas fame) as director and writer. ", (To her mother) "I can't believe it. resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel. During her third visit, Coraline encounters a black cat from her own world that has the ability to talk in the Other World, and also warns Coraline of danger. Bored with her afternoon, Coraline decides to stop by Miss Forcible’s apartment.

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