Since its release in 1993, the animated classic The Nightmare Before Christmas has been a fan favorite. When Tim Burton first came up with the idea for the film, it was a three-page poem that would be read aloud as a television special, narrated by actor Vincent Price. Attempts by Disney to produce a short film based on Burton’s concepts failed in the 1980s, and Burton shortly left the studio.
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After Burton’s subsequent success with Batman and Beetlejuice, Disney reevaluated the concept, and Burton committed to directing Henry Selick in a full-length, stop-motion feature film adaptation of the book.
Eilish’s most recent role was as Jack Skellington’s love interest, Sally, a Frankenstein’s monster-like creature. The event took place at Banc of California Stadium (shared by YouTube user lucid). Introducing Eilish to the stage was Danny Elfman, the film’s composer and Jack’s original singing voice. Eilish sang an outstanding rendition of “Sally’s Song” while dressed as Sally in a complete costume.
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