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Pinocchio (1971) Poster

(1971)

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La Volpe: [Describing his plan to swindle Pinocchio out of his gold coins] You'll find there a beautiful big oak tree, except instead of green leaves you'll see thousands of pieces of gold growing there.

Pinocchio: Oh how wonderful, but is it really true?

La Volpe: Why of course.

Il Gatto: Of course!

La Volpe: Of course it's true, do I look like someone who tells lies?

Il Gatto: Of course!

[Volpe hits him his cane]

Il Gatto: Ow!, I mean no, no, no!

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Narrator: Once upon a time, there was...

Children: A king!

Narrator: That's what I thought you'd say. No, children, not a king. Once upon a time, there was a piece of wood. It wasn't any special wood, but a simple piece of firewood. The kind that in winter, you put in the stove to light the fire and heat the room. After many adventures that I won't relate to you, this piece of wood fell into the hands of an old woodcarver named Geppetto, who wanted to make a marvelous puppet out of it. A puppet who would know how to dance, wield a sword and do somersaults. With this puppet, Geppetto planned to tour the world to earn a morsel of bread and a glass of wine. So one day, in his humble little room, Master Geppetto began to carve out this puppet.

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