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Carlo Collodi (novel)
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Release Date:
27 March 1976 (USA) See more »
Won 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 2 nominations See more »
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  (in credits order)

Sandy Duncan ... Pinocchio

Danny Kaye ... Geppetto / Boris Stroganoff

Clive Revill ... Coachman
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Don Correia ... Candlewick's Mate

Ben Lokey ... Dancer

Gary Morgan ... Candlewick
Roy Smith ... Candlewick's Mate

Liz Torres ... Cat

Flip Wilson ... Fox

Directed by
Ron Field 
Sid Smith 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Carlo Collodi  novel

Produced by
Bernard Rothman .... producer
Jack Wohl .... producer
Original Music by
Billy Barnes 
Film Editing by
Jerry Greene 
Costume Design by
Bill Hargate 
Makeup Department
Larry Abbott .... makeup artist
Edwin Butterworth .... makeup artist (as Ed Butterworth)
Stan Winston .... makeup designer
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sanford Slepak .... assistant costume designer (as Sandy Slepak)
Other crew
Ron Field .... choreographer

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USA:73 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Stereo (Simulcast in stereo)

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Coachman:We're going to the Island of Yum Yum! It's a rather catchy name, don't you think? It's where little boys have fun. Fun fun fun. Sound like fun?
Coachman:Stay up late, eat all you want, play games, break windows, run wild, yell, scream, don't you love it?
Pinocchio:And there's no school?
Coachman:No, no! Well, actually, we do have school. But only on Wednesday, and you see, we have no Wednesday!
Coachman:In our week, there are only three days: Sunday, Monday, and Funday, and Funday lasts for five days! Then, we rest a bit on Sunday, and the only reason we have Monday is it gives us Funday to look forward to!
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Version of "Pinocchio" (1954)See more »


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8 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
Nostalgic, and Fun!, 9 February 2003
Author: FilmWiz from Setauket, NY, USA

MPAA Rating: NR

My Rating: 3 and up

My * Rating: 8.5

What a wonderful movie for anyone to watch! I have loved this little film since I was four and I would hate to loose it. I just finished watching it and I can't believe how much I still enjoyed it. Buy it for your kids! They will love it so much that they might even break the tape by watching it so much.

My mom came across this film while it was being shown on the Disney channel often, and so my mom taped it for me. I retaped it several times after the first taping because the picture kept on getting fuzzy or the sound cracking, or the like.

Sandy Duncan is marvelous in the role of Pinocchio, but the real star of the show is Danny Kaye as Gepetto, the aging woodcarver. The songs they sing are marvelous. One couldn't ask for a more joyous 73 minutes!

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