Victor, willing to accept Sparky's fate, bids him farewell and returns to his parents. After Sparky is buried in the pet cemetery, Victor, grief-stricken, comes up with the idea to reanimate him after seeing a dead frog electrocuted and watches its muscles react. 100% combed ringspun cotton. Photo of Sparky and Persephone for fans of Frankenweenie 32652157 Suddenly, Sparky's tail begins wagging and Sparky himself begins licking Victor, signaling he is alive to a happy Victor. Persephone and Sparky first met when his ball rolled into her backyard. Sparky is Victor Frankenstein's pet dog and the central figure of Tim Burton's 1984 live-action short Frankenweenie and the deuteragonist in its 2012 animated feature film of the same name. Victor comes and finds him, trying to comfort Sparky and promises to bring him home. Sparky returned home to see Persephone again and rolls his ball back to her. Sparky and Persephone- Frankenweenie- Electric Love- Disney Art- Wall Art- Puppy Love- Tim Burton Art- Dog Art This art print is inspired by the Disney and Tim Burton film Frankenweenie. By the time Victor returned home from school, he went up to the attic, Sparky followed behind and gotten charged up when Victor put cable jumpers on Sparky's neck bolts. He wanders through until he finally spots his own grave, and realizes that he was supposed to be dead.

Sparky slowly comes to, alive, and barks excitedly. They agree to keep him hidden, but after rumors start spreading about them, they are forced to reveal Sparky to their neighbors. On his back is a large patch of part of Mrs. Frankenstien's spotted patterned quit Victor sewed onto his dog. Before getting hit, he wore a red collar with a dog tag with his name and address on it. As he tried to get it out, he noticed Persephone trotting around inside the backyard. When Sparky gets hit by a car, Victor adds a few things to bring him back. Enjoy a shockingly fun time reliving the film with this "Frankenweenie" Collectible Figure 2-Pack - Sparky and Persephone.

Chapter 2: School Victor headed down for breakfast the next morning.
His dad lectured him about finding friends at breakfast.

The next day, Victor's mother comes upstairs into the attic and discovers Sparky and screams. He's a reanimated dog and she's the beautiful poodle next door. Victor soon gets the idea to bring Sparky back to life via lightning from a lesson in school and digs up Sparky's body from the pet cemetery. He was the star of Victor's movies until the accident and the star of the movie Frankenweenie. Victor is crushed by Sparky's death and desires to have him back. In fear, Sparky runs off and escapes to the pet cemetery. Sparky runs away from home, followed by Victor, his parents, and the neighbors.
You have Javascript disabled. Even after his two deaths, Sparky's enthusiasm and curiosity doesn't diminish.

Sparky Frankenstein is Victor Frankenstein's pet dog and the title protagonist in both Tim Burton's short film Frankenweenie as well as his animated feature film of the same name. The townspeople collectively join jumper cables in the parking lot and hook them up to Sparky's body. She is curious and flirtatious with Sparky and fiercely loyal to Elsa, her owner. Photo of Sparky and Persephone for fans of Frankenweenie 32652157 (Due to product availability, cotton type may vary for 2XL and 3XL sizes) Parts of the site may still appear in English, even when translated. Persephone is a perfectly groomed black poodle with an enormously large poof of hair on her head. Fandom may earn an affiliate commission on sales made from links on this page.Fandom may earn an affiliate commission on sales made from links on this page.Curious, flirtatious, loyal, kind, romantic, sweet.Slender poodle, black fur, large poof of hair, long snout, black eyesRejoices at Sparky's revival and gets together with himTake your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Victor hides Sparky in the attic, but he can't keep him hidden for long and Sparky wanders outside and frightens Victor's friend Anne Chambers. While these monsters are dealt with, Sparky discovers a Sparky finds Victor and drags him out of the fire, but is then pulled back in by Mr. Whiskers. He's a reanimated dog and she's the beautiful poodle next door.