Wolfman appears in The Nightmare Before Christmas. He is seen during the musical performance “This is Halloween” and delivers the line “Aren’t you scared?”
After the performance is over, Wolfman is seen celebrating their accomplishment and asks some of the residents if it was terrifying. Wolfman also attends the award ceremony that is presented and hosted by the Mayor.
Later, the Mayor worries something terrible might’ve happened to Jack, and warns the citizens, worrying that next Halloween might be canceled. Wolfman, after the Mayor says there’s only 365 days left until next Halloween, corrects him and says “364.” Afterwards, he helps in searching for Jack.
Jack later returns from Christmas Town and tells the Mayor to call a town meeting. During the meeting, Wolfman hears in on Jack’s experienced with Christmas and his feelings for the so-called holiday. The Mayor then endorses the holiday by calling it “fun,” leaving the other citizens and residents happy and excited to celebrate.
Later, Wolfman helps the residents build toys for the holiday, ignoring Sally’s pleas to Jack, her premonition of the dangers that might happen.
Jack later prepares to take off, taking Santa’s place as Santa Claus. However, Sally fogs the runway, leaving the residents sad that Christmas is ruined. Soon after, Zero shows up and helps Jack guide his way out, and Wolfman cheers.
Wolfman watches Jack on his journey, alongside other residents. He is seen cheering when Jack delivers the presents, but when Jack is blown out of the sky and presumed dead by the Mayor, he howls in sadness and the other residents cry with him. The Mayor then goes around the town to deliver the news to the rest of the residents.
Wolfman is surprised when Jack returns later that night, alive and well. He and the other residents welcome Jack, the Mayor, Sally, and the kids back from wherever they came, and later notice Santa in the sky. Soon after, it starts snowing, and Wolfman starts playing with the snow, taking part by singing “What’s This?”