Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before ChristmasDVD - 1993
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A Halloween Town native, Jack Skellington attempts to bring the wonders of Christmas Town back home, but some things are better left alone.
Boys and Ghouls of every age wouldn't you like to see something strange? Like what happens when Halloween and Christmas suddenly collide. Tim Burton's stop-motion characters show you.
Is it a Halloween movie or a Christmas movie? The debate rages on, so watch Pumpkin King Jack Skellington and the citizens of Halloween Town try to take over Christmas and see which category you think it should go.
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the king of Halloween his face is bony he`ll make you scream, he is a nightmare that would seem, he is somewhat nice and somewhat caring but for sure he is daring, is not happy for his town of Halloween so he pulls a sceam to takeover Christmas throws Santa in a bag and the boogie man watches him bugs in a bag
"And this year's first prize goes to the vampires for "Most Blood Drained".
Dr. Finkelstein: That's twice this month you've slipped deadly nightshade into my tea and run off. Sally: Three times!
Police officer: Attacked by Christmas toys? That's strange, that's the second toy complaint we've had.
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