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Pinocchio ()


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A living puppet, with the help of a cricket as his conscience, must prove himself worthy to become a real boy.

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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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Gideon (hiccup) / Marionette Soldiers (uncredited) (voice)
Don Brodie ...
Carnival Barker (uncredited) (voice)
Stuart Buchanan ...
Carnival Barker (uncredited) (voice)
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J. Worthington Foulfellow (uncredited) (voice)
Marion Darlington ...
Birds (uncredited) (voice)
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Lampwick (uncredited) (voice)
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Jiminy Cricket (uncredited) (voice)
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Pinocchio / Alexander (uncredited) (voice)
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Stromboli / The Coachman (uncredited) (voice)
John McLeish ...
Carnival Barker (uncredited) (voice)
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Russian Puppets (uncredited)
Clarence Nash ...
Figaro / Roughhouse Statue / Donkeys (uncredited) (voice)
Patricia Page ...
Marionettes (uncredited) (voice)
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Puppets (uncredited)
Thurl Ravenscroft ...
Monstro (uncredited) (voice)
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Geppetto (uncredited) (voice)
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The Blue Fairy (uncredited) (voice)

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Norman Ferguson ... (sequence director)
T. Hee ... (sequence director)
Wilfred Jackson ... (sequence director)
Jack Kinney ... (sequence director)
Hamilton Luske ... (supervising director)
Bill Roberts ... (sequence director)
Ben Sharpsteen ... (supervising director)

Written by

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Carlo Collodi ... (from the story by) (as Collodi)
 
Ted Sears ... (story adaptation) &
Otto Englander ... (story adaptation) &
Webb Smith ... (story adaptation) &
William Cottrell ... (story adaptation) &
Joseph Sabo ... (story adaptation) &
Erdman Penner ... (story adaptation) &
Aurelius Battaglia ... (story adaptation)
 
Bill Peet ... () (uncredited)

Produced by

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Walt Disney ... producer (uncredited)

Music by

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Leigh Harline
Paul J. Smith

Editorial Department

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George Cave ... color timer (uncredited)
Jim Wilkinson ... negative cutter (uncredited) / post production assistant (uncredited)

Art Direction by

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Ken Anderson ... (as Kenneth Anderson)
Hugh Hennesy
John Hubley
Dick Kelsey
Kendall O'Connor
Charles Philippi
Thor Putnam
Terrell Stapp
McLaren Stewart
Al Zinnen
Bruce Bushman ... (uncredited)
Arthur Heinemann ... (uncredited)
Charles Payzant ... (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Ford Beebe Jr. ... assistant director (uncredited)
Lou Debney ... assistant director (uncredited)
Jim Handley ... assistant director (uncredited)
Graham Heid ... assistant director (uncredited)
Mike Holoboff ... assistant director (uncredited)
Larry Lansburgh ... assistant director (uncredited)
Lloyd Richardson ... assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Wah Chang ... character maquettes (uncredited)
Don Christensen ... atmosphere sketches (uncredited)
Gustaf Tenggren ... conceptual designs (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Edwin Aardal ... special animation effects (uncredited)
Jerome Brown ... effects animator (uncredited)
Paul Busch ... effects animator (uncredited)
Ugo D'Orsi ... special animation effects (uncredited)
James Escalante ... effects animator (uncredited)
Oskar Fischinger ... visual effects artist (uncredited)
Frank Follmer ... effects animator (uncredited)
Dan MacManus ... effects animator (uncredited)
Fred Madison ... effects animator (uncredited)
John McDermott ... effects animator (uncredited)
Ted Parmelee ... effects animator (uncredited)
Sandy Strother ... special animation effects (uncredited)
Jazmyn Whitman ... restoration artist (uncredited)
Cornett Wood ... special animation effects (uncredited)

Animation Department

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Art Babbitt ... animation director (as Arthur Babbitt)
Preston Blair ... animator
Jack Bradbury ... animator (as John Bradbury)
Jack Campbell ... animator
Les Clark ... animator
Claude Coats ... backgrounds
Merle Cox ... backgrounds
John Elliotte ... animator
Hugh Fraser ... animator
Campbell Grant ... character designer
Joe Grant ... character designer
Ray Huffine ... backgrounds
Albert Hurter ... character designer
Ollie Johnston ... animator (as Oliver M. Johnston)
Milt Kahl ... animation director (as Milton Kahl)
Lynn Karp ... animator
Ward Kimball ... animation director
Eric Larson ... animation director
John Lounsbery ... animator
Don Lusk ... animator
Robert Martsch ... animator
John McManus ... animator
Joshua Meador ... animator
John P. Miller ... character designer
Fred Moore ... animation director
Charles A. Nichols ... animator (as Charles Nichols)
Art Palmer ... animator
Don Patterson ... animator
Martin Provensen ... character designer
Wolfgang Reitherman ... animation director (as Woolie Reitherman)
George Rowley ... animator
Ed Starr ... background artist
Norman Tate ... animator
Don Tobin ... animator
Don Towsley ... animator
Bill Tytla ... animation director (as Vladimir Tytla)
John Walbridge ... character designer
Bernard Wolf ... animator (as Berny Wolf)
Marvin Woodward ... animator
Dick Anthony ... background artist (uncredited)
Mike Arens ... animator (uncredited)
Bill Berg ... animator (uncredited)
Dick Brown ... animator (uncredited)
Paul Busch ... animator: "Jiminy Cricket" (uncredited)
Bruce Bushman ... layout artist (uncredited)
Lars Calonius ... animator (uncredited)
Bob Carlson ... animator (uncredited)
Brad Case ... animator (uncredited)
Walt Clinton ... animator (uncredited)
Sam Cobean ... animator: "The Coachman" (uncredited)
Al Coe ... animator (uncredited)
Charles Cristadoro ... character model designer (uncredited)
Shamus Culhane ... animator (uncredited)
Retta Davidson ... ink and paint artist (uncredited)
George De Beeson ... animator (uncredited)
Phil Duncan ... animator: "Pinocchio" (uncredited)
Andy Engman ... animator (uncredited)
Norman Ferguson ... supervising animator: "J. Worthington Foulfellow" and "Gideon" (uncredited)
Oskar Fischinger ... animator: Blue Fairy's wand (uncredited)
Art Fitzpatrick ... animator (uncredited)
Paul Fitzpatrick ... animator (uncredited)
Joseph Gayek ... animator (uncredited)
Blaine Gibson ... inbetween artist (uncredited)
Franklin Grundeen ... animator (uncredited)
Harry Hamsel ... animator (uncredited)
Eric Hansen ... background artist (uncredited)
William T. Hurtz ... animation assistant (uncredited)
Milt Kahl ... animator: "Jiminy Cricket" and "Pinocchio as a real boy" (uncredited)
Walt Kelly ... animator (uncredited)
Hank Ketcham ... assistant animator (uncredited)
Ward Kimball ... supervising animator: "Jiminy Cricket" (uncredited)
Teddy Kline ... character model designer (uncredited)
Paul B. Kossoff ... animator (uncredited)
Pat Matthews ... inbetween artist (uncredited)
Murray McClellan ... animator (uncredited)
Bob McCrea ... animator (uncredited)
Richard McDermot ... animator (uncredited)
Helen McIntosh ... character model designer (uncredited)
Bill Melendez ... assistant animator (uncredited)
Art Moore ... animator (uncredited)
Paul Murry ... inbetween artist (uncredited)
Milt Neil ... animator (uncredited)
Mique Nelson ... background artist (uncredited)
Lester Novros ... animator (uncredited)
Ken O'Brien ... animator (uncredited)
Frank Oreb ... animator (uncredited)
Tom Oreb ... animator (uncredited)
Chic Otterstrom ... animator (uncredited)
June Patterson ... ink and paint artist (uncredited)
Willis Pyle ... assistant animator (uncredited)
Marjorie Ralston ... ink and paint artist (uncredited)
John Reed ... animator (uncredited)
Art Riley ... background artist (uncredited)
Duke Russell ... character model designer (uncredited)
William Shull ... animator (uncredited)
Howard Smith ... animator (uncredited)
Shirley Sodaholm ... character model designer (uncredited)
Robert Stokes ... animator (uncredited)
David Swift ... animator (uncredited)
Howard Swift ... animator (uncredited)
Frank Thomas ... animation director: "Pinocchio" (uncredited)
Harvey Toombs ... animator (uncredited)
Noel Tucker ... animator (uncredited)
Jim Will ... animator (uncredited)
Kay Wright ... inbetween artist (uncredited)
Robert W. Youngquist ... animator (uncredited)

Music Department

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Leigh Harline ... music and lyrics by
Paul J. Smith ... music and lyrics by
Ned Washington ... music and lyrics by
Leo Arnaud ... orchestrator: Monstro sequence (uncredited)
Hall Johnson Choir ... choir: opening titles and finale (uncredited)
Leigh Harline ... additional orchestrator (uncredited) / conductor (uncredited)
Frederick Herbert ... scoring mixer (uncredited)
Louis Kaufman ... musician: violin (uncredited)
Harry V. Lojewski ... music supervisor (uncredited)
William Saracino ... music editor (uncredited)
Paul J. Smith ... additional orchestrator (uncredited) / conductor (uncredited)
Frederick Stark ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Charles Wolcott ... orchestrator (uncredited)

Other crew

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Walt Disney ... presenter
Don Barclay ... model: "Gideon" (uncredited)
Walter Catlett ... model: "J. Worthington Foulfellow" (uncredited)
Marge Champion ... model: "The Blue Fairy" (uncredited)
Elsie Jane Donahue ... secretary (uncredited)
Christian Rub ... model: "Geppetto" (uncredited)
Val Stanton ... model: "Jiminy Cricket" (uncredited)
Sheila Terry ... secretary (uncredited)
Mary Whitney ... secretary (uncredited)
Dee Worth ... secretary (uncredited)
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Inventor Gepetto creates a wooden marionette called Pinocchio. His wish for Pinocchio to be a real boy is unexpectedly granted by a fairy. The fairy assigns Jiminy Cricket to act as Pinocchio's "conscience" and keep him out of trouble. Jiminy is not too successful in this endeavor and most of the film is spent with Pinocchio deep in trouble. Written by Tim Pickett

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Taglines Disney's all-time family classic is back ...No strings attached! [1987 re-release Australia] See more »
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Also Known As
  • La merveilleuse aventure de Pinocchio (France)
  • Pinocho (Spain)
  • Pinokio (Serbia)
  • Пиноккио (Russia)
  • Пинокио (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
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Runtime
  • 88 min
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Box Office

Budget $2,600,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $3,769,251, 21 Dec 1984
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $1,068,200

Did You Know?

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Trivia Figaro was Walt Disney's favorite character. Disney pushed for the kitten to appear in the film as much as possible. After the film, Disney swapped Minnie Mouse's little cocker spaniel with Figaro. See more »
Goofs When Pinocchio plays with the candle, he burns his left hand, but Gepetto puts Pinocchio's right hand into the water. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Bambi (1942). See more »
Soundtracks When You Wish Upon A Star See more »
Crazy Credits The RKO logo is carved into a wood background. See more »
Quotes The Blue Fairy: A lie keeps growing and growing until it's as plain as the nose on your face.
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