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    Tim Burton's Nightmare Before Christmas Storyboard Drawings by Jorgen Klubien Group of 2 (Touchstone/Walt Disney, 1993). "Kidnap Mr. Sandy Claws?" The three small juvenile delinquents in Halloween Town are called Lock, Shock, and Barrel. This trio was voiced by none other than Paul Reubens (of Pee Wee Herman fame), Catherine O'Hara, and Danny Elfman (who also provided the score). This is a pair of rare hand-drawn storyboards of Lock, Shock, and Barrel. They were done by this film's head of storyboarding, Mr. Jorgen Klubien, in graphite on storyboard paper panels measuring 5.5" x 4.5". Great images of all three are on both storyboards. Any and all artwork from this Tim Burton blockbuster is considered highly desirable. Minor handling wear. In Very Good condition.

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