link Cuckoo Clock: Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas Wall Clock by The Bradford Exchange

Boys and girls of every age, the witching hour has come. Wouldn’t you like to see something strange? Tim Burton and Disney certainly thought you might when they created “The Nightmare Before Christmas.” Now this cuckoo clock lets you enjoy the spectacular spookiness of the classic family film every minute of every day! Introducing The Nightmare Before Christmas Cuckoo Clock, specially designed and proudly presented by The Bradford Exchange to fill every hour with lights, motion, and music. Towering a grand 21 inches high, this fully sculptural cuckoo clock recreates the spooky charm of Tim Burton’s imaginative classic in vivid detail, while hand-painted elements in vivid, nightmarish colors, bringing all the brilliance of Halloween Town and its creepy denizens to life.Jack Skellington and Sally stand in front of the Town Hall and Jack’s Tower. At the flip of a switch, the windows of Jack’s Tower, the ghosts and pumpkins illuminate with glowing light. Instead of a traditional cuckoo on the hour, this clock plays “This is Halloween” while Zero pops in and out of the doors atop the Town Hall. This fine home decor is not intended for children.

  • Jack Skellington and Sally stand in front of the Town Hall and Jack’s Tower, while beneath them Lock cheers on Shock and Barrel as they hang from the clock’s pinecone weights
  • The Town Hall clock face, powered by an accurate quartz movement, boasts a spider web design and slightly off-kilter numbers, just like the Town Hall clock in the beloved film
  • The swinging brass-toned pendulum is decorated with the Halloween Town Spiral Hill
  • Sound and movement! Instead of a traditional cuckoo on the hour, this clock plays “This is Halloween” while Zero pops in and out of the doors atop the Town Hall
  • Powered by 3 “AAA” and 1 “AA” batteries (not included)
  • Measures 21″ H, including pine cone weights; 53.3 cm H

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