Victorian Swash is slightly lighter then Goodfellow. There's a bit of a dowdy "free" version available called "Burtonsnightmare.ttf" I belief. And yes, that one was indeed used on the artwork of "A Nightmare Before Christmas"!
It is a lovely font indeed.
And speaking of fonts, I really love this one: http://new.myfonts.com/fonts/3ip/castine/
It's a font called "Castine" and it's designed by a lovely chap called Brian Willson (and he never was a beach boy). The font was inspired by New England grave stones and I have always thought they'd be perfect for AME games!