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Image for Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas -A 16 Month 2012 wall Calendar ( Tim Burton / Movie related)( Jack Skellington, Sally and Zero on front panel)

Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas -A 16 Month 2012 wall Calendar ( Tim Burton / Movie related)( Jack Skellington, Sally and Zero on front panel)

By: Burton, Tim / The Nightmare Before Christmas

Price: $39.53

Publisher: Indianapolis, Indiana, Indianapolis, IN: Trends International, 2100 (for 2012 ), 1st Edition: 2011

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Not Signed

Seller ID: 163665

ISBN: 1438820232

Condition: Very Good+ ( see Description )


-----------wall calendar, measures about 11.5w x 11.5h inches (closed) and about 11.5 w x 23H inches open, a Very Good to Very Good+ example, a bit of light wear, nice large colour images throughout, no writing on the calendar, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo ///NOT SIGNED ---GUARANTEED to be AVAILABLE/// View more info

Image for The Films of Tim Burton: Animated Live Action in Contemporary Hollywood (inc. Television and movies; Big Fish; Batman; Ed Wood; Planet of the Apes; Charlie and the Chocolate Factory; Nightmare Before Christmas; Beetlejuice; Mars Attacks, etc)

The Films of Tim Burton: Animated Live Action in Contemporary Hollywood (inc. Television and movies; Big Fish; Batman; Ed Wood; Planet of the Apes; Charlie and the Chocolate Factory; Nightmare Before Christmas; Beetlejuice; Mars Attacks, etc)

By: McMahan, Alison ( Tim Burton related)

Price: $30.29

Publisher: New York, NY, N.Y. / New York: Continuum Publishing Group, 2005, 1st Edition, First Printing: 2005

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Not Signed

Seller ID: 159350

ISBN: 0826415660

Condition: Very Good+ ( see Description )


------------hardcover, about 6.25w x 9.25h inches, black boards with silver lettering, a Very Good+ copy, a bit of rubbing to the boards, upper corners are bumped, 262 pages, b&w photos, ---"Most Tim Burton films are huge box-office successes, and several are already classics. The director's mysterious and eccentric public persona attracts a lot of attention, while the films themselves have been somewhat overlooked. Here, Alison McMahan redresses this imbalance through a close analysis of Burton's key films and their industrial context. She argues that Burton has been a crucial figure behi... View more info