When a small spark of magic escapes from the Blue Fairy's home, it travels down toy maker Gepetto's chimney, bringing one small log to life. Then, when Gepetto's toys stop being sold regularly, he decides to make a toy for his own using this same log. Soon, his new wooden puppet is complete, which instantly comes to life getting mixed up in all kinds of troubles. Soon, however, with the guidance of the talking cricket and the Blue Fairy, Pinocchio learns what is needed for him to earn his heart's desire of becoming a real boy. Written by
An animated classic for children of all ages.
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Did You Know?
The first of two of Golden Films' second line of "animated classics" to be inspired by a novel, Carlo Collodi
's "Pinocchio", as opposed to a classic fairy or folk tale; the second was The Three Musketeers
(1992). See more
After the fruit-seller scolds Pinocchio for having taken one of his apples he walks away. Pinocchio then takes the apple, but after he takes it, the same apple can still be seen standing untouched among the others. See more
Pinocchio, the Blue Fairy is very sick. I'm afraid... she's dying.
Where is she?
Oh, a long way from here. She saw you get swallowed by the whale and she thought you were gone forever. I'm afraid it broke her heart.
[handing out some coins
Here, take these. It's not very much but it's all that I have.
Ooh, thank you, Pinocchio. The Blue Fairy won't forget you for this.
All For Me and All For Free
Words and Music by Richard Hurwitz
and John Arrias
For Eensy Weensy Productions See more