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    Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas Storyboard Drawings by Jorgen Klubien (Touchstone/Disney, 1993). "Halloween's finest trick or treaters! What I have for you is top secret!" says Jack Skellington to Lock, Shock, and Barrel, as he proposed they "Kidnap the Sandy Claws" in this film. This is a fun pair of original hand-drawn storyboards of Lock, Shock, and Barrel having a little fun with Jack Skellington. These storyboards are detailed graphite on paper measuring approximately 8" x 6". The drawings are attributed to the hand of this film's primary storyboard artist, Mr. Jorgen Klubien. One is marked 14A and the other 13D. Paul Reubens of Pee-wee Herman fame was the voice of Lock, while Catherine O'Hara, who was the voice of Sally, was also the voice of Shock. Both storyboards are in a Plexiglas-front frame measuring 27" x 18". Great to have all three characters on one storyboard! Minor handling wear. Very Good condition.

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