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.
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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, as opposed to a classic fairy or folk tale; the second was The Three Musketeers
(1992). See more
The writer is mentioned as Carlos Lorenzini, when actually is CARLO LORENZINI, without the "s" at the ending. See more
Oh, I hate heights.
When the film was originally released by Trimark Pictures on May 11th, 1992, the film opened crediting the American Film Investment Corporation, the production company for the film. In subsequent releases, its successor company Golden Films and new distributor GoodTimes Entertainment were credited instead. For the DVD release in 2002, the "Children's Classics" opening from Jetlag Productions' animated releases was attached to the film. See more
Version of Le avventure di Pinocchio
The Barber of Seville Overture
Composed by Gioachino Rossini See more