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Desc:Turns out Nightmare Before Christmas wasn't the first stop-motion Halloween musical to hit theaters.
Category:Classic Movies, Cartoons & Animation
Tags:60s, Halloween, Boris Karloff, rankin bass, phyllis diller
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HP Lovesauce
Auto 5 for rankin bass.
starring the talents of Phylis Diller and Boris Karloff..?!
talk about range!!
I would not be who I am today without this movie. The soundtrack is FUCKING EPIC. Seriously, go legally procure it NOW.
Holy shit, there was a stop-motion version?
B. Weed
You probably saw a sequel called Mad Mad Mad Monsters.

John Holmes Motherfucker
I saw this when I was nine, from the balcony of a long-gone old fashioned (monoplex) theater that was so full of kids you could barely hear the movie.
How old is Phyliss Diller? Is she undead?
This prompted a trip to wikipedia and, holy shit, has this woman been through a lot: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phyllis_Diller#Personal_life

B. Weed
MAD Magazine's Harvey Kurtzman and Jack Davis worked on this.

Forry Ackerman reportedly did some uncredited screenwriting for it too (which would surprise absolutely no one).
And Frank Frazetta did the poster.

John Holmes Motherfucker
Forrest J Ackerman. Now, THERE'S a name from my past!

Hitting the Invisible Man in the face with a cream pie alone is five stars.
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