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|Genre/Form:||Action and adventure films
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
|Named Person:||Carlo Collodi|
|Material Type:||Animation, Juvenile audience, Videorecording|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Walt Disney; Ben Sharpsteen; Hamilton S Luske; Mel Blanc; Don Brodie; Walter Catlett; Marion Darlington; Frankie Darro; Cliff Edwards; Dickie Jones; Charles Judels; Jack Mercer; Patricia Page; Christian Rub; Evelyn Venable; Fred Moore; Frank Thomas; Milt Kahl; Vladimir Tytla; Ward Kimball; Art Babbitt; Eric Larson; Wolfgang Reitherman; Ted Sears; Otto Englander; Webb Smith; William Cottrell; Joseph Sabo; Erdman Penner; Aurelius Battaglia; Leigh Harline; Ned Washington; Paul J Smith; Carlo Collodi; RKO Radio Pictures.; Walt Disney Productions.; Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (Firm)
|Language Note:||English, dubbed French or dubbed Spanish dialogue with optional English (SDH), French or Spanish subtitles; closed-captioned.|
|Notes:||Special features: Disc 1. Music & more (ca. 15 min.); audio commentary with Leonard Maltin, Eric Goldberg and J.B. Kaufman; games & activities: Pinocchio's matter of facts; restored original soundtrack. Disc 2. Pinocchio puzzles (games & activities); "No strings attached: the making of Pinocchio" (56 min.); deleted scenes (11 min.); The sweatbox (7 min.); Geppetttos then and now (11 min.); live action reference footage (10 min.); Pinocchio art galleries; publicity: 1940 trailer, 1984 trailer, 1992 trailer (5 min. total); deleted song "Honest John" (3 min.).
From the story by Collodi.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1940.
|Credits:||Sequence directors, Bill Roberts, Norman Ferguson, Jack Kinney, Wilfred Jackson, T. Hee ; animation direction, Fred Moore, Franklin Thomas, Milton Kahl, Vladimir Tytla, Ward Kimball, Arthur Babbitt, Eric Larson, Woolie Reitherman ; story adaptation, Ted Sears, Otto Englander, Webb Smith, William Cottrell, Joseph Sabo, Erdman Penner, Aurelius Battaglia ; character designs, Joe Grant, Albert Hurter, John P. Miller, Campbell Grant, Martin Provensen, John Walbridge ; music and lyrics, Leigh Harline, Ned Washington, Paul J. Smith ; art direction, Charles Philippi, Hugh Hennesy, Kenneth Anderson, Dick Kelsey, Kendall O'Connor, Terrell Stapp, Thor Putnam, John Hubley, McLaren Stewart, Al Zinnen ; backgrounds, Claude Coats, Merle Cox, Ed Starr, Ray Huffine ; animation, Jack Campbell ... [et al.].|
|Cast:||Mel Blanc, Don Brodie, Walter Catlett, Marion Darlington, Frankie Darro, Cliff Edwards, Dickie Jones, Charles Judels, Jack Mercer, Patricia Page, Christian Rub, Evelyn Venable.|
|Target Audience:||MPAA rating: G.|
|Description:||2 videodiscs (ca. 88 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + fold-out guide|
|Details:||DVD; Region 1, NTSC; full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital 5.1 Disney enhanced home theater mix.|
|Contents:||Disc 1: feature --
Disc 2: bonus material.
|Series Title:||Disney DVD.|
|Other Titles:||Pinocchio (Motion picture)|
|Responsibility:||RKO Radio Pictures ; Walt Disney presents ; supervising directors, Ben Sharpsteen, Hamilton Luske ; a Walt Disney production.|
Woodcarver Geppetto has pets Figaro the cat and Cleo the fish. He has just made a little wooden puppet called Pinocchio. Wishing upon a star before he goes to bed, Geppetto wishes that Pinocchio would become a real boy. As Geppetto sleeps, the Blue Fairy arrives and partially grants his wish. Pinocchio can come to life, but he must prove himself worthy before becoming a real boy. He will require some guidance, and Jiminy Cricket agrees to act as his conscience. After some unfortunate incidents, Pinocchio finds himself in trouble. The Blue Fairy appears. Pinocchio lies to her and his nose grows. He is forgiven, but warned not to lie again.
Retrieving notes about this item
- Collodi, Carlo, -- 1826-1890 -- Film adaptations.
- Pinocchio (Fictitious character) -- Juvenile drama.
- Puppets -- Juvenile drama.
- Fathers and sons -- Juvenile drama.
- Truthfulness and falsehood -- Juvenile drama.
- Pinocchio (Fictitious character) -- Drama.
- Puppets -- Drama.
- Fathers and sons -- Drama.
- Honesty -- Drama.
- Títeres -- Teatro.
- Padre e hijo -- Teatro.
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