The Adventures of Pinocchio

Synopsis: One of puppet-maker Geppetto's creations comes magically to life. This puppet, Pinocchio, has one major desire and that is to become a real boy someday. In order to accomplish this goal he has to learn to act responsibly. This film shows you the adventures on which he learns valuable lessons.
Director(s): Steve Barron
Production: New Line Home Entertainment
  1 win & 2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
96 min

Long, long ago,

in a faraway land

a young woodcarver took

secretly to the forest.

His name was Geppetto,

and he was shy and quiet.

Oh, and very much in love.

l carve this heart

for dear Leona...

while in this

peaceful meadow.

With dreams and hope...

my love endures.

Forever yours, Geppetto.

Sooner or later, though,

when the heart is full...

and the heavens are listening,

magic... is bound to happen.

Legendas :

For many years after,

Geppetto kept to his chores,

and the forest

kept Geppetto's secret.

But the forest knew one thing

that Geppetto did not:

that miracles

don't grow on trees.

Miracles are made

in the heart

A log underneath the wheel.

Oh, l got to take you home.

A very good one, too.

All right.

Here we go.

@ My wife's the blushing,

blooming rose of dawning

@ Without the sting

Morning, Luigi

Put a sock in it, Luigi!

@ Welcome, welcome

@ Blessed morning sun

@ Welcome, welcome

@ New day just begun

@ Buon giorno, life

@ Buon giorno, sun

@ Buon giorno, wife

@ My Little one

@ That's my little song

@ Good day,

buon giorno, everyone

@ Housework, homework

@ Off to work we go

@ Buying, selling

@ Making money so that we can eat

@ And we can drink

@ and we can have a little fun

@ l've sung my little song

@ And now my little song is done

@ Buon giorno, Life,

buon giorno, sun

@ Buon giorno, wife,

my little one

@ That's my little song

@ Good day,

buon giorno, everyone

Watch this

Oops, looks like you've

dropped your wood,

Signor Puppetmaker.

Maybe l should be

morecareful next time

Let's go boys.

Hey, last one to the bridge

gets dunked.

Yoo hoo, everybody.

l'm home.

All right, don't say hello.

Hello, little one.

How was your day?

Ah, that's nice. Me...

l got lost in the forest.

Used to be a time

when west was west.

Are you two fighting again?

What's the problem this time?

He said l have a funny nose.

l said you have a funny toes.

Funny nose.

Funny toes.

Now stop it. l'm tired of

hearing you two argue.

Stop it!

You know what happens

to bad little boys who fight?

They go to bed

without being sandpapered.

lt's chilly.


lt's going to be a chilly night.

This log has a will of it's own.

Let's see if we can find

a face to match.

Our heart.

Anyone who wants a new brother,

say so now.

All right, all right,

don't everybody talk at once.

l'm going to make

the most perfect nose.

A world of wisdom

could be told in a nose.

Open wide.

Give me a big smile.

Nina, go find yourself a mouse.

Blue eyes, just like your papa.


Now would you like your papa

to show you how to walk?


Very nice.

What a smart little boy you are.

Excuse me, coming through!

Now say hello

to your brothers and sisters.

Say hello.

They'll keep you company

while l'm at work.

Now what shall we call you,

dear child, hmm?

You're made of pine.

That's a start.

You have beautiful eyes.

Occhi magnifico.

We'll call you...



Better to have puppets...

than noisy little boys

running around.

Oh, my back is...

l'm not as young

as l used to be.

Nina, leave that puppet alone!

Behave yourself!

Excuse me,

coming through.

Ah, get the soap.

Thank you.

Now get me the scrub brush.


lt's happened.

l've finally lost my mind.


lt's impossible!

You can't be real!


But you're a puppet!



No, l'm not your papa!

Wait, Pinocchio.


Come down right now!

What are you doing?

Come down this instant,

young... man.

Come down here!

l'm not going to go

chasing after you.

Luigi, please, put a sock in it!

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