Not much is known about Sally's early life, except that she was created by Doctor Finklestein. Early on she became restless, as she was cooped up in the Doctor's lab for long periods of time.
Sally during "This is Halloween."
Sally cheering for Jack during the Halloween celebrations.
Sally watching the citizens of Halloween Town congratulate Jack.
Sally being suddenly grabbed by her creator and "father figure," Doctor Finkelstein.
Sally arguing with the doctor as he tries to take her home by force.
Sally about to unstitch her arm to escape from the doctor.
Sally looking at her dismembered arm.
Sally hiding behind a tombstone when she hears someone opening the cemetery's gate.
Sally seeing Jack Skellington arrive at the cemetery.
Sally hearing Jack express how tired he is of celebrating Halloween's traditions.
Sally overhearing Jack lament on how sad he is and longs for something more.
Sally becoming more remorseful when Jack wishes to have someone understand him and his needs.
Sally quickly hiding behind the tombstone before Jack sees her.
Sally becoming more sympathetic towards Jack.
"Jack, I know how you feel."
After hearing Jack's lament, Sally walks over to a small garden.
Sally picking some Deadly Night Shade.
Sally returns to Finkelstein's home where she stores some Deadly Night Shade in a cabinet.
Sally being confronted by Dr. Finkelstein.
Sally telling Finkelstein she had to come back home.
(Finkelstein: "For this?") "Yes."
Sally having her arm reattached by Finkelstein.
Sally being scolded by Finkelstein for poisoning him and running away.
Sally arguing with Finkelstein on having the lack of freedom and Finkelstein's overprotectiveness.
Sally being told that her relentless for freedom will fade away in time.
Sally wanting freedom now more than ever.
Sally working in the kitchen.
Sally getting out the jar of Deadly Nightshade.
Sally pouring the Deadly Nightshade into Finkelstein's soup.
Sally pinching her nose once the Deadly Nightshade is added into the soup.
Sally getting Frog's Breath to repel the smell of Deadly Nightshade.
Sally adding Frog's Breath to the soup.
Sally opening the cabinet to look for the next ingredient, Worm's Wort.
Sally hearing Finkelstein call for her.
Sally adding Worm's Wort to the soup.
Sally finishing the soup.
Sally watching Finkelstein about to eat his soup.
However, when Finkelstein smells Frog's Breath, Sally plays innocent.
Sally being ordered by Finkelstein to taste the soup.
Sally having accidentally knocked the spoon out of Finkelstein's hand.
Sally getting out her own spoon in order to trick Finkelstein.
Sally "tasting" the soup.
Sally watching Finkelstein drink all of the soup.
Sally putting a blanket over the sleeping Finkelstein.
Sally leaving to attend the town meeting.
Sally arriving at the Town Hall.
During the meeting, Sally becomes amazed and fascinated when Jack shows the concept of a holiday called Christmas.
Sally listening to Jack describe the ruler of Christmas Town, Santa Claus.
Sally noticing the citizens are failing to grasp the idea of Christmas as Jack tries to describe it.
The next day, Sally is locked in her bedroom by Finkelstein as punishment for poisoning him and running away.
In her room, Sally is happy to hear Jack arrive to meet with Finkelstein.
Sally hears Jack is working on some experiments.
Later that night, Sally makes a gift basket for Jack.
Sally briefly checks to see if Finkelstein is approaching her bedroom door.
When the coast is clear, Sally finishes making the gift basket.
Using thread from her sewing machine, Sally ropes the basket down from her bedroom window.
At first, Sally is hesitant to jump out of the window and leave Finkelstein.
However, upon seeing Jack's house, Sally decides to take her chances as she's fallen in love with Jack.
Sally in pieces after jumping out the window.
Sally opening her eyes after jumping out of the window.
Sally amazed that she managed to jump out through her window.
Sally getting a sewing needle from her hair.
Sally sewing herself back together.
Sally finishes sewing herself back together.
After escaping from Finkelstein again, Sally walks down to Jack's house.
When arriving at Jack's house, Sally gives him the gift basket.
After giving the basket to Jack, Sally immediately leaves due to feeling shy around Jack.
Sally sits down by the gates near Jack's house.
Sally plucking the petals off of a flower.
Sally suddenly having a premonition when the flower turns into a Christmas tree.
Sally after having a hallucination of a burning Christmas tree.
Sally sleeping by the gates of Jack's house as daylight arrives.
When she wakes up, Sally hears the townsfolk talk about how Jack stays locked in his house for hours.
Sally hearing the townsfolk voice their worries over Jack.
Sally looks up at Jack's house, starting to get worried for him.
Sally and the citizens of Halloween Town hearing Jack declare they will take over Christmas this year.
Sally growing extremely worried for Jack, fearing her visions may come true.
Later, Sally waits in line at Town Hall to meet with Jack.
Sally hearing Finkelstein coming to the front of line before she hides from him.
Sally meeting with Jack in Town Hall.
Sally trying to tell Jack about her vision.
"It was about your Christmas. There was smoke....and fire!"
However, Sally finds Jack optimistic in his plans for Christmas.
"Jack, please listen to me. It's going to be disaster!"
Sally having her worries being politely dismissed by Jack.
Sally being reassured by Jack.
"But it seems wrong to me. Very wrong."
Sally still feeling unsure after being assigned to make Jack's Santa Claus outfit.
Sally working on the Santa Claus outfit for Jack.
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