London, South Kensington
12 December 2001
The Nightmare Before Christmas, 1993
A prop bed support constructed of wood and composition painted to simulate iron, in the shape of two ghost-like figures with red light-up eyes sitting on a roof-top, attached to a plug-in transformer -- made for Jack Skellington's bed in the 1993 Touchstone Pictures film The Nightmare Before Christmas; accompanied by two documents concerning the provenance and a colour reproduction of a corresponding colour still (4)
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