Nightmare Before Christmas (Frn)

Directed by Henry Selick
Voices of Catherine O'Hara, Chris Sarandon, Danny Elfman…

Buena Vista Home Entertainment | August 26, 2008 | DVD

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Tired of being an object of fear for small children, Jack Skellington, the Pumpkin King of Halloweentown, sets out to replace Santa Claus and oversee Christmas festivities for a year. A trio of ghastly ghouls are assigned to the task of kidnapping Saint Nick; meanwhile Jack attends to the Yuletide activities, giving them a frightful new twist in the process.

Video Release: August 26, 2008

Runtime: 76

Studio: Buena Vista Home Entertainment

UPC: 786936785661

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Nightmare Before Christmas (Frn)

Directed by Henry Selick
Voices of Catherine O'Hara, Chris Sarandon, Danny Elfman, Glenn Shadix, Ken Page, William Hickey

Video Release: August 26, 2008

Runtime: 76

Studio: Buena Vista Home Entertainment

UPC: 786936785661


Edition Description
  • Collectors Edition
  • Runtime: 76 minutes
  • NTSC (Canada and USA)
  • Originally in English

Synopsis

Tired of being an object of fear for small children, Jack Skellington, the Pumpkin King of Halloweentown, sets out to replace Santa Claus and oversee Christmas festivities for a year. A trio of ghastly ghouls are assigned to the task of kidnapping Saint Nick; meanwhile Jack attends to the Yuletide activities, giving them a frightful new twist in the process.

Description

Tim Burton's stop-motion animated feature finds Pumpkin King Jack Skellington thinking the grass is greener over in Santa Claus's holiday. He marshalls all his goblins and ghouls to take over Christmas, but alas -- poor Jack belongs to Halloween. An amazing visual and musical feast that should be seen at least twice to catch all the kinks and quirks in the nooks and crannies. Academy Award Nominations: Best Visual Effects.