Thenewmhrules1234: only this weekend? i really wanna meet them so bad =( id wait 3 hours.....
Andrew Gallagher: That's Andy from the Poly! He's such an awesome guy!
iagad: First time here on the east coast at WDW . . . DisneyLand has had the
pleasure of their company for a while! ;-)
Sarah Cooke: I was there. The meet and greet started at 6 and I got in line at 5:45
after seeing The Nightmare Before Christmas (in 3D)! It still took nearly 2
hours to meet them! Worth it though.
Lexi Miller: jack looks more like an alien then a skeleton to me
ManifestPrime: Disney has really come a long way with their costume engineering.
Toa Heavylight: Besides, the east coast gave up the transformation so that the west coast
had something we didn't. Plus, Tokyo's Haunted Mansion was the same layout
so the transformation was still used somewhere it was needed.
guyteeve: This makes absolutely ZERO (get it, zero) sense that they are only up for
meet and greets at Disneyland. They should be available at both theme parks
on each coast. And Mr. Todd... they have EVERY reason to appear at both
parks due to the fact that they cover the holidays quite well, Halloween
through Christmas AND... well I got nothing else.
wwe2dragon: Is this seriously the first time you've seen these costumed characters?
They've looked like this for years. And are you serious with the stilts and
mask thing? Anyone in their right mind knows that Jack is not that damn
tall that someone needs to wear stilts to play him and the Sally costume
does not need to have a mask when you can easily just use face paint.
Please shut up, you sound like a baby. This is as close to the characters
as you can get. Be realistic and grow up
kennypop7: Great Jack and Sally! I hope they become permanent. It would be so fun to
The Next Supreme: They appeared during the Fall at both DisneyLand and Disney Paris. WDW
never has the Haunted Holidays attraction, thus they have no reason to
bring the characters along. On a general note, now that they have them here
on the east coast, there is absolutely no excuse any longer to keep them
hidden. They do not need the attraction, they just need Jack and Sally
hopefully starting next year. If they do not see how popular they are, and
do service to the fans, Disney is truly disappointing.
skellington15: First time??? What happened all those other years?
girlishgamer1: FYI stilts would have been impossible to use since Jack would have had
trouble walking and without the mask like that he wouldn't be able to talk.
Disney Park Audio: Ahhhhh! Now I understand why Disney doesn't take guest suggestions.
girlishgamer1: It might have smeared.
Linda Heatherway: Here at Disneyland we've been lucky to have them come out every year
starting mid September thru early January. It coincides with the
transformation of The Haunted Mansion into the Nightmare Before Christmas
theme. They really should bring them out every year from now on. I
understand they're wildly popular out east. No need to transform the
Haunted Mansion over there. Just have them do meet and greets.
Predatorocks: They also sell merchandise at the Tower of Terror shop in Hollywood Studios.
Predatorocks: They made his mouth too black. Look at a picture of the cartoon character,
and you will see it's just supposed to white lines around his mouth - NOT
just black, almost like lipstick.
Tim Roberts: Jack seems a LITTLE gay.
Lekkie: TERRIBLE! I agree w/ Lexi, Jack looks like an alien! I've seen
Halloween/Cosplay costumes done better. He's not tall and lanky (stilts?)
and she could be ANYONE -- paint any chick blue & call her Sally. smh. I
think I'd prefer a Sally w/ a mask, even. Soooo disappointed.
Jack Skellington & Sally meet guests at Disney World for the first time - Nightmare before Christmas4.9
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