'Are Jack and/or Sally in any episode at any time'
No, but an early version of what would later become Lock Shock and Barrol appear in a few episodes and Mayor Maynot later became the Mayor of Halloween Town, they just changed him a little. And a lot of jokes used on Corpse Bride like the head waiter and second hand shoppe were borrowed from the animated Beetlejuice. Also Paul, the head waiter from Corpse Bride and Nepoleon Bonesapart also appeared in Beetlejuice the animated series. Prince Vince was based on an older version of Vincent, whom was the character in a short film Tim Burton did for Disney. And percy, the black cat Lydia owns, appears in Nightmare before Christmas and the short film Vincent.
The following is not complete.
Things that connect Burton film to film.
Percy the black cat. Percy the cat first appeared in Tim's nineteen eighties short stop motion film Vincent in the opening.
Percy the cat appeared in cell animation form in the Animated series of Beetlejuice in which he is given the name Percy. He appears in multiple episodes including Critter Sitter, The big Face off, and one episode in which some witches try to claim him as their own.
Percy appears in Nightmare before Christmas during Sally's song in which she pets him.
Percy appears in Corpse Bride very briefly.
Nepoleon Bonesapart whom appeared in the episode of the animated Beetlejuice Summer Vacation also appears in The Land of the Dead in Corpse Bride.
The Second Hand store in Corpse Bride in which hands are being sold is a joke from the animated series Beetlejuice.
The head bar tender in Corpse Bride (whom is a head suspended by spider legs) appears in the animated Beetlejuice as head waiter.
The Land of the Dead in Corpse Bride is clearly based on The Neither World of the animated series Beetlejuice. Halloween Town of Nightmare before Christmas is also a similar setting.
To return to the the land of the dead a special phrase had to be said by Emily in Corpse Bride. Similar to the animated series Beetlejuice.
Lady Everglott, Victoria's mother in Corpse Bride is almost identical to one of the mothers in the animated series Beetlejuice, in the episode Critter Sitter. The only difference is the shape of the chin.
Talking Spiders first appear in the animated series Beetlejuice, then in James and the Giant Peach and then Corpes Bride. Two of these are in stop motion. All three are female.
Beetlejuice of the animated series Beetlejuice, Sally of Nightmare before Christmas and Emily in Corpse Bride all have body parts that can remain active when detached. And can easily be re-attached.
In the Beetlejuice animated series the episode It's the Pits we see Jaques the skeleton play on a bone xylophone. The end of the Nightmare before Christmas soundtrack tells that Jack's skeleton children were playing strange little tunes in their xylophone band. In Corpse Bride Bonejangle's band plays bone xylophone.
Victor is the name of the hero in Corpse Bride and is also the name of the boy in Tim Burton's short film, Frankenweenie. The boy in Frankenweenie is named after Victor Frankenstien, the hero of Mary Shelley's novel, Frankenstien, a story Tim Burton clearly loves.
Many other jokes in Corpse Bride are also from the animated series Beetlejuice.
Victor in Corpse Bride is mistakenly called Vincent by Victoria's father. Vincent was Tim Burton's first stop motion character. Vincent Malloy whom first appears in the stop motion short film Vincent also appears in cell animation form in the animated series Beetlejuice as Prince Vince.
The following films have characters with names that match. Beetelejuice with Adam, Barbra, Charles, and Delia. A B C D.
Kim and Jim in Edward Scissorhands
Victor and Victoria in Corpse Bride.
Jack Skellington whom was the main character of Nightmare before Christmas appears in James and the Giant Peach (which Tim Burton produced) as the captain pirate. In fact the centepede sees him and says 'A Skellington...' (pronounced that way.) Then he sees a treasure and says. 'Jack pot.' So it comes off 'Skellington Jack.' The character's name is Jack Skellington.
Mayor Maynot whom first appeared on the aniamted series Beetlejuice as a two faced mayor who changes his mind constantly because of his two contrasting personalities was the basis for the mayor with the rotating head in Nightmare before Christmas.
The following Tim Burton films are set in New York State. Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice the animated series, Batman (Gothem means New York), Batman Returns, Sleepy Hollow and Big Fish.
The following Tim Burton films are done entirely in black and white.
The following Tim Burton films have small dogs in them.
Beetlejuice (the dog is indirectly the cause of the couple's death)
Frankenweenie (in which a boy brings his dead dog back Frankenstien style)
Edward Scissorhands (Edward trims the hair of a small dog)
Nightmare before Christmas (Jack's ghost dog, Zero)
Corpse Bride (Victor's dead dog, Scraps)
Mars Attacks (Tim Burton's now deceased dog, Poppie)
The show Family Dog (Tim Burton produced it)
The animted series Beetlejuice (Beetlejuice's neighbour has a literal bull dog)
Dead dogs appear in Corpse Bride, Nightmare before Christmas, Frankenweenie, Beetlejuice the animated series, and Mars Attacks.
The Ghoul scouts whom first appeared in the animated series Beetlejuice, particularly the Sappy Face Ghouls episode were prototypes for Lock, Shock, and Barrol, the trick or treators of Nightmare before Christmas. One fat male, one thin male, and one female, whom when they remove their masks look exactly the same underneath.
Wizard of Oz references in Tim's work include
The Joker saying 'I'm melting' like the witch in Batman.
Sally in Nightmare before Christmas wearing stiped socks like the witche's sister.
A Wizard of Oz episode of Beetlejuice the aniamted series.
The phrase There's no place like home (Dorothy's catch phrase in the Wizard of Oz) being used in Beetlejuice the movie.
The green witches riding on brooms in Nightmare before Christmas.
The vampire baby doll in Nightmare before Christmas, whom strikingly resembles Micky Mouse first appeared in at least two episodes of the animated series Beetlejuice as a disgruntled Neither World cartoon character who had his own theme park.
Smilex is the Tooth Paste company that Charlie's father works for in Charlie and the chocolate factory and it is also the name of the poison The Joker uses in Batman.
Grave yards appear in the following Tim Burton films. Sleepy Hollow, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice the animated series, Nightmare before Christmas, Batman, Batman Returns, Corpse Bride, Frankenweenie, Vincent and Ed Wood.
The pink sheep in Charlie and the chocolate factory are a reference to the movie Ed Wood.
Caroline Thompson has worked on multiple Tim Burton films.
Henry Sellick, whom directed Nightmare before Christmas (produced by Tim Burton and based on his poem) also directed James and the Giant Peach which Tim Produced.
Danny Elfman has done the music for every Tim Burton film or show except for the shorts Vincent and Frankenweenie and the movie Ed Wood
Johnny Depp has starred in teh following Tim Burton films. Edward Scissorhands, Ed Wood, Sleepy Hollow, Charlie and the chocolate factory and Corpse Bride
Two films that Tim Burton has been involved with are based on books by Rauld Dhaul. Charlie and the chocolate factory and James and the Giant Peach.
The following Tim Burton films were in stop motion. Vincent, Nightmare before Christmas, James and the Giant Peach and Corpse Bride.
Wynona Ryder has starred in the following Tim Burton films. Beetlejuice and Edward Scissorhands.
Vincent Price appears in Vincent and Edward Scissorhands. Also the skeleton Alfred in Corpse Bride is based on Vincent Price.
Lisa Marie has appeared in the following Tim Burton films. Sleepy Hollow, Mars Attacks and the short film based on Tim's The Melancholy Death of Oyster boy and other tales.
Christopher Walkin appeared in Batman Returns and Sleepy Hollow.
Danny Elfman has appeared in the following Tim Burton films. Nightmare before Christmas as Jack and mutliple other voices, the short film based on The Melancholy death fo Oyster boy and other tales, and Bonejangles in Corpse Bride.
References to literature (particularly nineteenth century). Corpse bride is based on an early nineteenth century folk tale.
Frankenweenie has Frankenstien.
Edward Scissorhands Inventor reads in nineteenth century poetry.
The cat in the animated series Beetlejuice, Vincent, Nightmare before Christmas and Corpse Bride is named after Percy Shelley.
Emily of Corpse Bride is named after Emily Dickinson.
Edgar Allen Poe is mentioned in Beetlejuice and the animated series Beetlejuice (in fact he appears as a character there). The short film Vincent. And there's even a sketch in The Making of Nightmare before Christmas book of Jack's reindeer reading Edgar Allen Poe's work.
Nightmare before Christmas is based on a poem by Tim Burton.
There is a short film based on Tim's book of poetry The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and other tales.
The full trailer for Corpse Bride uses a poem written by Tim Burton.
Charlie and the chocolate factory and Big Fish are based on novels.
Sleepy Hollow and Corpse Bride are based on folk tales.
Christopher Walken appears in Batman Returns and Sleepy Hollow.
Christopher Lee appears in Sleepy Hollow, Charlie and the Chocolate factory and Corpse Bride.
The same actor who plays the Oompa Loompas in Charlie and The Chocolate factory was also Nepoleon Bonesapart's voice in Corpse Bride.
Harry Potter connections in Tim Burton's films include the presence of four witches in Sleepy Hollow. Spell books in Sleepy Hollow and Corpse Bride. And in Sleepy Hollow the actors who played Uncle Vernon, Dumbledore (in the third and fourth Harry Potter movie), and Rita Skeeter (of the fourth Harry Potter movie) all appear.
Helena Barnem Carter has appeared in the following Tim Burton films. The remake of Planet of the Apes, Big Fish, Charlie and the chocolate factory and Corpse Bride.
Jack Nicholson appears in the following Tim Burton films. Batman and Mars Attacks.
Paul Rubens appears in the following Tim Burton films. Pee Wee's Big adventure and Batman returns.
Catherine O'hara appears in the following Tim Burton films. Beetlejuice and Nightmare before Christmas.
Danny DiVito appears in the following Tim Burton fiilms. Batman returns and Big Fish.
Michael Keaton appears in the following Tim Burton films. Beetlejuice, Batman and Batman returns.
Two Tim Burton films have dancing Skeletons in it. Nightmare before Christmas and Corpse Bride.
Tim Burton has produced two animated series. Family dog and Beetlejuice.
Small dogs appear in the following Tim Burton films. Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, Nightmare before Christmas, Corpse Bride, Mars Attacks, the animated series Family Dog, multiple episodes of the animated series Beetlejuice, the animated short, Vincent and the animated short Frankenweenie.
Man made creatures appear in the following Tim Burton films. Frankenweenie, Edward Scissorhands and Nightmare before Christmas.
Wizard of Oz references in Tim Burton films include when the Joker pretends he's melting in Batman, when Barbra says 'There's no place like home' in Beetlejuice the movie, a full episode of Beetlejuice the animated series parodies The Wizard of Oz, The Witch of the West appears in Sleepy Hollow, green witches riding brooms and striped socks (such as The Wicked Witch of The East in The Wizard of Oz wore) appear in Nightmare before Christmas. This was deliberate. Tim Burton insisted if Sally had to wear socks they have to be striped.
Werewolves appear in Big fish and Nightmare before Christmas and the animated series Beetlejuice.
Ghosts or ghost-like beings appear in Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice the animated series, Nightmare before Christmas, Sleepy Hollow and Corpse Bride.
Vampires appear in Beetlejuice the animated series and Nightmare before Christmas.
Witches appear in Beetlejuice the animated series, Sleepy Hollow and Nightmare before Christmas.
I also forgot the scene where Victor releases the butterfly out the window is almost identical to the scene where Ichabod releases his Cardinal in Sleepy Hollow.
Thank you. That was very extensive. I'm gonna bookmark this.
You're welcome. It's not even complete. Tim Burton fans constantly are telling me things I should add to it but I'm lazy and never bother to finish it.
Yes, thanks a million, JTheGoblinKing!!!
It's nice to see you again, here on IMDb.com! Thanks a ton for the list!... I've copied/pasted into Word, and saved it to my computer... crediting you, of course! :-)