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DescriptionTim Burton's Nightmare Before Christmas "Shrunken Head" Storyboard Drawing (Walt Disney/Touchstone, 1993). "What did Santa bring you, Timmy?" Here's an incredible one-of-a-kind original studio storyboard of Timmy, who Santa Jack visits as his first house on Christmas Eve. Timmy's parents ask him what he received, and he takes out a not-so-small shrunken head from the gift box! Brrr! This is a key scene in this delightfully dark movie. The art is in graphite on 8" x 6" paper, with a "5B" sticker in the lower right corner. Director Henry Selick signed the backside of this storyboard, most likely as an approval signature. Great image sizes of 3" and 5". Minor handling; Very Good condition.
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