Nightmare before christmas characters

Nightmare before christmas characters

monsters from the strange world of jack

Jack is apparently undead or perhaps immortal, and may or may not feel physical pain. At the climax of «This is Halloween» he sets himself on fire without any fatal wounds. He also possesses the ability to detach bones from his body. Jack can detach his head (apparently to recite Shakespeare quotes) and remove his ribs to play fetch with his dog Zero. Despite his inability to feel pain, Jack reacts negatively when Sally accidentally pricks his finger with a needle.

Jack is also very flexible for a skeleton and possesses incredible agility. From time to time it is suggested that he possesses more powers, especially during one of the video game spin-off episodes of the original movie, in which he fights Oogie Boogie and his insect army with magical fire and ice, as well as possible black and musical magics. In the Kingdom Hearts series he can also use black magic. This seems to be unfaithful to the original story, as Tim Burton stated in the audio commentary for The Nightmare Before Christmas, that Halloween Town possesses no «magic» whatsoever.

lock shock and barrel who’s who

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The film was both critically and commercially successful, having cost $24 million and grossed over $76 million during its initial release.[4] It was nominated for an Oscar Award for Best Visual Effects, the first for an animated film. The film has since been re-released by Walt Disney Pictures, and was re-released annually in Disney Digital 3D from 2006 to 2009, making it the first stop-motion animated film to be fully converted to 3D.[3] The film is also the first stop-motion animated film to be fully converted to 3D.[3] The film is also the first stop-motion animated film to be released in 3D.

Sally, who is secretly in love with Jack, has a vision about the coming disasters and tries to warn him, saying that taking over Christmas may be a bad idea. Either way, Jack is too enthralled in his fantasies to listen to her. In an attempt to stop Jack’s departure, Sally creates a fog bank with a formula of her own, but Zero, with his glowing nose, lights Jack’s way.

jack skellington

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The film was both critically and commercially successful, having cost $24 million and grossed over $76 million during its initial release.[4] It was nominated for an Oscar Award for Best Visual Effects, the first for an animated film. The film has since been re-released by Walt Disney Pictures, and was re-released annually in Disney Digital 3D from 2006 to 2009, making it the first stop-motion animated film to be fully converted to 3D.[3] The film is also the first stop-motion animated film to be fully converted to 3D.[3] The film is also the first stop-motion animated feature to be released in 3D.

Sally, who is secretly in love with Jack, has a vision about the coming disasters and tries to warn him, saying that taking over Christmas may be a bad idea. Either way, Jack is too enthralled in his fantasies to listen to her. In an attempt to stop Jack’s departure, Sally creates a fog bank with a formula of her own, but Zero, with his glowing nose, lights Jack’s way.

dumbo

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The film was both critically and commercially successful, having cost $24 million and grossed over $76 million during its initial release.[4] It was nominated for an Oscar Award for Best Visual Effects, the first for an animated film. The film has since been re-released by Walt Disney Pictures, and was re-released annually in Disney Digital 3D from 2006 to 2009, making it the first stop-motion animated film to be fully converted to 3D.[3] The film is also the first stop-motion animated film to be fully converted to 3D.[3] The film is also the first stop-motion animated film to be released in 3D.

Sally, who is secretly in love with Jack, has a vision about the coming disasters and tries to warn him, saying that taking over Christmas may be a bad idea. Either way, Jack is too enthralled in his fantasies to listen to her. In an attempt to stop Jack’s departure, Sally creates a fog bank with a formula of her own, but Zero, with his glowing nose, lights Jack’s way.

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