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    Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas Skeleton Production Prop (Touchstone, 1993). "Don't do this! Naughty children never get any presents!" says a very confused Santa, as he is being stuffed into Oogie's lair. This lot is a rare UV-painted skeleton that appeared in the Oogie Boogie Man's lair in the scene in which Santa is being tied up. The poor fellow is spun around like crazy and is pelted with playing dice during the musical number. Amazing detail! Our skeleton friend measures 14" high. Two lower halves of the arms have been detached and need to be reassembled. Minor handling and very fragile. In Good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2017
    1st-2nd Saturday-Sunday
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