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    Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas Storyboard (Touchstone/Disney, 1993). "Something's up with Jack, something's up with Jack!" This is an original hand-drawn storyboard of Jack Skellington working up his scheme to be involved with Christmas and take over the role of Sandy Claws. The piece was created using graphite and charcoal on 8" x 5.5" paper panel. The artwork is attributed to the hand of longtime animation storyboard artist Mr. Jorgen Klubien. The image of Jack measures 6". The piece is in a 24" x 22" Plexiglas-front frame with a mat opening of 8" x 6". Frame is sold as-is. Artwork has pinholes and edge wear; otherwise Very Good condition.

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    June, 2019
    15th-16th Saturday-Sunday
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