Disney Fanon Wiki
Advertisement

A Haunted Mansion Holiday (also known as Tales From The Haunted Mansion Presents: A Haunted Mansion Holiday) is an episode of Tales From The Haunted Mansion. It is a crossover with The Nightmare Before Christmas and is based on the Haunted Mansion Holiday attraction at Disneyland and Tokyo Disneyland. The episode also serves as a sequel to The Nightmare Before Christmas with most of the original cast members reprising their roles.

Voice Cast[]

  • Corey Burton as The Ghost Host and Santa Claus
  • Chris Sarandon as Jack Skellington
  • Catherine O' Hara as Sally, Shock
  • Ken Page as Oogie Boogie
  • Jeff Bennett as Master Gracey, Mayor of Halloween Town
  • Paul Rubens as Lock
  • Danny Elfman as Barrel, Clown with a Tear-Away Face, Jack Skellington (singing)
  • Susanne Blakeslee as Madame Leota, Big Witch
  • Dee Bradley Baker as Gus, Zero, Melting Man, Cyclops, Vampire Teddy, Raven, Bass Player
  • Jess Harnell as Dr. Finkelstein, Pickwick
  • Kevin Michael Richardson as Werewolf
  • Brad Garrett as Accordion Player
  • Greg Proops as Sax Player, Harlequin Demon, Devil, Vampire Brother
  • Debi Durst as Corpse Kid, Little Witch, Corpse Mom
  • Randy Crenshaw as Mr. Hyde, Behemoth, Vampire Brother
  • Kerry Katz as Corpse Dad, Creature Under the Stairs, Vampire Brother
  • Sherwood Ball as Vampire Brother
  • Tom Kenny as Ezra, Christmas Elves, Elf Foreman
  • Maurice LaMarche as Phineas
  • The Dapper Dans as The Singing Jack-O'-Lanterns
  • Grey Griffin as Undersea Gal, Jewel Finklestein, Christmas Elves
  • Tara Strong as Mummy Boy, Christmas Elves
  • Jerome Ranft as Igor
  • Kat Cressida as Constance Hatchaway

Trivia[]

  • Unlike most media that depict them still willing to work for Oogie Boogie, this is the only Nightmare Before Christmas media that depicts Lock, Shock and Barrel as protagonists instead of antagonists.
  • The Ghost Host's opening narration, closing narration and most of the episode's score are lifted directly from the Haunted Mansion Holiday attraction. 
Advertisement