Here are the stop motion puppets, concept art and props used to film The Nightmare Before Christmas. Film production started in 1990. Shooting 24 frames per second meant the animators had to create unique motions for 110,000 frames total. One minute of the movie took about a week to shoot, and The Nightmare Before Christmas took 3 years to complete and the movie was finally released on October 29 1993. Most of these pics of the puppets were displayed at the El Capitan theater in Hollywood through October 31st 2006 part of the re-release of The Nightmare Before Christmas in 3-D, Also some of these pics of the puppets and settings are from Disney-MGM Studios back in 1994 at the Backlot Tour.

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