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Though Jocko's mother's is initially angry, she eventually realises that she needs to finish grieving and can never truly replace her son, the next day she reconciles with Pinocchio, who has realised his own mistake, and packing a lunch for him to take to school. Pinocchio attempts to relieve his boredom by telling lies to cause a panic and enjoying the resulting uproar; first frightening Geppetto by claiming there's a monster in the woods and later running through town claiming there's a fire near the Mayor's house, the latter resulting in Pinocchio being beaten by the townspeople and Geppetto giving the Mayor a treasured carving he had been unwilling to sell to him earlier in exchange for calling off the angry crowd. During the commotion the Princess rescues the violin and brings it to Pinocchio who uses it to make a key and unlock the cell, though he's reluctant to help the king due to his wicked behaviour, though he changes his mind and agrees to help after Penelope assures him her father is normally a good man and Geppetto reminds the puppet of his own attempts to misuse the violin's power. Hidden categories: Titled The Adventures of Pinocchio , it consisted of several episodes edited together to create a minute movie.
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The Series. Screenshot from the TV series Pinocchio: The Series , displaying Geppetto and Pinocchio. Fantasy , Drama. Anime television series. Anime and Manga portal. An Oak tree loses one of its branches during a storm, which is found by an elderly woodcarver named Geppetto who carves it into a marionette, made in the image of the child he always wanted, and names the puppet Pinocchio.
Later that night the fairy guardian of the tree appears in Geppetto's workshop and gives Pinocchio life though she cannot make him human until he has earnt it , much to the delight of the woodcarver who buys Pinocchio clothing and school books the next morning as well as arranging a birthday party for the puppet during which it is revealed that Pinocchio has no sense of smell and cannot feel pain.
The next day Pinocchio is sent to school, but is tempted skip classes to see a traveling puppet show by his schoolmate Franko and, against the advice of the ghost of the Cricket who lived in the branch he was carved from the Cricket's accidental death is removed from the English dub , goes to sell his book for a ticket, only to be sold to the puppeteer by Franko. Following the events of the first episode, the puppeteer Sneeroff forces Pinocchio to perform in his puppet show without pay and under constant fear of being burnt as the worn out puppets are, which the other puppets explain is the way humans typically treat them.
After the Cricket appears to him Pinocchio resolves to work hard to earn the money to repay his father for his clothes and books, but Sneeroff initially refuses to pay him as Cricket predicted, only to seemingly change his mind. However, when Pinocchio goes to collect his share of the money so he can return home Sneeroff admits he had no intention of paying him or letting him go and threatens to burn him.
After this the puppet feels increasingly hopeless until he sees Sneeroff has fallen asleep at the table, giving him a chance to take the key from his pocket and escape, though Pinocchio refuses to leave without getting the money to repay his father and rescuing the other puppets. Unfortunately his plan is complicated when one of the puppets catches on a table, waking Sneeroff, who chases Pinocchio until the other puppets sacrifice themselves by tangling Sneeroff's legs; although even that is not enough to prevent him from catching Pinocchio he manages to escape when the ice they were standing on breaks.
After escaping Pinocchio is still sad that he won't be able to buy a coat for his father and about his treatment as a puppet and wishes he could be human, the Oak Fairy then appears and tells him that he can become a human if he learns to be honest and compassionate, but first he should return home.
Pinocchio and his father share a tearful reunion and the next day the young puppet heads out for school, though is slightly distracted by a girl mentioning that she plans to go somewhere fun.
Spring is beginning and Geppetto warns Pinocchio not to go near the river during this time as there's a greater risk of him falling in the river and being swept over the waterfall, meanwhile Charlie the mouse is becoming jealous of the attention Pinocchio is getting. The Cricket appears to Pinocchio and tells him that he's promised to help keep him on the strait and narrow, though the puppet has no interest in his advice; later when he's praised again for the good marks he got at school Charlie resolves to be rid of him.
When Pinocchio shows up the three animals lure him away to the river claiming that they're going to watch the spring mole wrestling tournament, despite the efforts of Cricket to keep him on the path to school, and once they arrive there Jack takes his lunch box and Charlie pushes him in the river.
Pinocchio manages to save himself from going over the waterfall with the help of Cricket and the Oak fairy and makes his way home, but ends up collapsing from exhaustion, Geppetto soon finds him and takes him home to treat his fever; meanwhile Charlie begins to worry about his plan being found out when Pinocchio wakes up, when Geppetto leaves to gather medicinal herbs the mouse attempts to cut the puppet's head off, only for his attempts to be thwarted by Cricket.
Unfortunately he eventually manages to throw Cricket out of the way and decides to bite through the puppet's neck.
Charlie's last attempt to kill Pinocchio is thwarted when he moves out of the way and begins to wake up, unable to remember the events of the past few days. A few days later he's fully recovered and able to return to school, though as he's getting ready Tommy the bird shows up and tells him and Geppetto that his and Tilly's eggs have hatched and promises to introduce them to the chicks soon.
While attempting to escape the burning cabin Pinocchio finds Tommy and Tilly, who ask him to help save their chicks, who are too small to fly, and the group manages to escape the cabin before it collapses, though Pinocchio loses a foot in the process; meanwhile several adults from town have noticed the blaze and show up, assuming the puppet caused the fire.
Fortunately Geppetto intervenes and persuades the crowd to let him off with a warning, once they're alone Geppetto admonishes his son for skipping school but quickly forgives him and carries him home to repair his foot.
Humans Are Really Amazing! Pinocchio meets Johnny, a boy in his class who is under pressure from both his parents who have different plans for him: Johnny himself feels he can achieve neither of these things and wants to choose his own path, though he has no idea what he wants from life and envies Pinocchio not having to face any of the pressures he does.
Meanwhile, a stray cat named Nora convinces Pinocchio that he can become human if he acquires a human heart and after overhearing Johnny talking about how much he hates his life is convinced that he should take Johnny's, not understanding the implications of doing to or that Nora has a vendetta against Johnny for accidentally killing her kitten the scene is removed from the English dub and is changed to him having once thrown a rock at her.
That night Pinocchio sneaks into Johnny's house and steals a toy elephant, thinking it was a heart because it was carefully wrapped up, upon learning what a heart really is he returns with one of his father's chisels and wakes Johnny when he attempts to cut his heart out, the resulting ruckus wakes his parents who try to kill Pinocchio for his actions.
Johnny intervenes and explains how unhappy he's been allowing both the family and the two children to reconcile and Johnny decides to take over the family business after hearing of why his great grandfather started it, meanwhile Pinocchio is disappointed he wasn't able to become human, the Oak Fairy then appears and explains to the puppet why his actions were wrong.
On the night of the full moon Geppetto tells Pinocchio not to go outside as a witch is rumoured to wander the town and abduct children for a vampire on such nights. The next day when he and his classmates are on their way to school Pinocchio is teased by Franco for believing the story and challenged to go to Devil Forest to prove he isn't afraid, ignoring Cricket's advice and the objections of the girls he follows the boys into the woods and gets separated from them.
Meanwhile the girls have told the adults what happened and a search party is organised, though Geppetto is not allowed to join, the search party finds the three boys being attacked by wolves though only Franco is successfully rescued while the other two are carried off by the wolves. Pinocchio, however, is still lost in the forest and is attacked by bats who are frightened away when Wretchel the witch appears, though she assures the puppet that she's simply a beggar and takes him to a castle in the woods where she introduces him to the beautiful Countess Leonard who offers to be his adoptive Mother.
While touring the castle the countess reveals to Pinocchio that she is over years old and that night she sheds her facade and attempts to bite the puppet's neck as he sleeps, only to realise that he is made of wood and has no blood for her to drink, the next day she suggests that he invite his classmates to play as an alternative to the mute dwarves living in the castle, activating the mind control spell in her bite as he leaves.
Following the events of the previous episode Pinocchio returns home to Geppetto, much to his Father's relief, but has no energy. The next day he seems back to normal and asks the girls to accompany him to the castle, though Anna is initially reluctant to go she and the others agree after hearing that Pinocchio had promised to bring them there, however he begins acting strangely as they come closer to the castle and asks the girls to removes their crosses before venturing into the forest.
Just then Geppetto arrives and the dwarves touch the cross he brought with him which restores them to normal and allows them to use it to save Pinocchio, Wretchel then arrives to drain everyone's blood but after being told vampires are afraid of fire Pinocchio lights his hand on fire as matches couldn't stay lit and defeats Wretchel, after rescuing the girls the group then goes to defeat the countess which lifts the curse on the land surrounding the castle and allows everyone to return home.
Pinocchio arrives home from school and doesn't want to return after having gotten into a fight with the other boys, but Geppetto convinces him not to give up.
Unfortunately the next day Franco frames Pinocchio for a prank, getting him in trouble with the teacher who makes him stay late after class, on his way home he meets a girl named Clarisse who offers to take him to a place called Pleasureland where he won't have to return to school.
Though both the Cricket and Oak Fairy warn him not to go he opens the door to Pleasureland anyway, not believing the Fairy's warning that he won't be able to become human if he goes, and rides a carriage there along with a number of other boys and Clarisse.
Once there he joins the other children in various bad behaviours such as destroying books, smoking, and vandalising the school building; however when he goes to explore the school with another boy the two encounter and are chased by the strange monsters kept in the science lab. Pinocchio escapes to a garden of Poppies where Clarisse reveals her true nature as the Poppy Witch and attempts to turn the puppet back into a piece of wood; however he's able to call the Oak Fairy, who clashes with the Poppy Witch, Pinocchio runs to help the Oak Fairy which allows her to defeat the Witch.
Pinocchio then wakes ups near the door to Pleasureland and a wilted poppy unsure if everything he experienced had been a dream or not, he then returns home with his books, having learnt a lesson about the cost of irresponsibility and vowing that he will continue going to school.
When Pinocchio catches a boy stealing candy, the boy's father claims he can make him real using a magic ring in exchange for either gold coins or Geppetto. Though the test initially seems to work and he enjoys being able to feel and taste things, he is reluctant to trade his Father until Geppetto hears the story and volunteers to be given to the magician and Pinocchio promises to save up the coins needed to get him back. However, he isn't able to support himself and doesn't want to work, when he begins to doubt whether he wants to be a human after all the Oak Fairy appears and explains that he hasn't really become human and that even the unpleasant parts of being human can be rewarding, as well as how to change himself back to normal.
She also sends a crow named Georgio to help keep him in line and together they try to reverse the deal, but end up being locked up with Geppetto who has been forced to carve poorly made puppets for the magician to use, however that night Pinocchio manages to reverse the ring's effect on himself. Over the following weeks he's able to execute his plan to escape by having the other puppets help people throughout the town instead of committing crimes for the magician and allowing himself to be beaten in the other puppet's stead as he can no longer feel it, eventually causing the magician to run out of money and allowing Georgio to steal the ring, undoing its magic and forcing the magician and his son to become beggars.
Pinocchio attempts to relieve his boredom by telling lies to cause a panic and enjoying the resulting uproar; first frightening Geppetto by claiming there's a monster in the woods and later running through town claiming there's a fire near the Mayor's house, the latter resulting in Pinocchio being beaten by the townspeople and Geppetto giving the Mayor a treasured carving he had been unwilling to sell to him earlier in exchange for calling off the angry crowd.
Unfortunately the other children refuse to play with him because of the trouble he caused and he instead ends up spending time with a wandering robber who tricks him into breaking into the Mayor's house where he discovers Geppetto's carving and realises what the robber is trying to do. When he's caught nobody believes that Pinocchio had been tricked into breaking in until the real culprit is caught and confirms Pinocchio's story.
After bullying him for being a puppet one of Pinocchio's classmates, Jocko, falls through a bridge and drowns. Pinocchio begins to feel guilt for Jocko's death, despite being the only one who tried to save him, and offers to take his place to his grieving mother, Emily.
Though she initially refuses and blames Pinocchio for the accident, she eventually decides to take him in after he spends an entire rainy night on her doorstep much to his father's worry , however things become increasingly strained between them as Jocko's mother constantly compares Pinocchio to him resulting in the two arguing though eventually deciding to give being a family another try.
Unfortunately Emily is still grieving for her son and when Pinocchio walks in on her looking at a drawing Jocko had made he becomes angry and tells her how Jocko had been bullying him before returning home. Though Jocko's mother's is initially angry, she eventually realises that she needs to finish grieving and can never truly replace her son, the next day she reconciles with Pinocchio, who has realised his own mistake, and packing a lunch for him to take to school.
When Pinocchio gets good marks in school he tries to become more helpful at home too, which irritates Charlie as Pinocchio closes off his mouse hole since his teacher said animals should not be allowed indoors.
Eventually the heat begins to take its toll on the puppet and the Oak Fairy assures him that he will escape safely, soon it begins to rain though he's now in danger from the resulting flash flood. Seeing this Charlie begins to feel guilty and frees Pinocchio by chewing through the ropes, when they return home he removes the board from Charlie's house and the two begin to become friends. Pinocchio accompanies his Father when he goes to sell his carvings in a nearby town, but runs off when people keep trying to buy him instead, Geppetto catches up to him and buys him a set of clothing that covers his joints and make him appear human.
When he goes to apologise to some butterflies he argued with he meets a girl named Melody and the two quickly become friends when he helps her hide from her governess.
It turns out that Melody is a wealthy heiress and she invites Pinocchio and Geppetto to meet her parents and help her tell them how she feels about not being allowed to play as other children do, after a bit of discussion it is decided that Pinocchio will stay with them for a while. Over the following days the two children enjoy each other's company, though Pinocchio never mentions that he's made of wood despite Cricket's prompting and her nearly finding out. When Melody's birthday comes up Pinocchio's Father is invited to the party, where the puppet is embarrassed by his manners and has him leave early; after the party Melody asks Pinocchio if he will marry her when they grow up which he agrees to despite not being able to grow at all.
Later that night Pinocchio realises that he can't keep his promise and the Oak Fairy explains that hiding the truth from Melody will cause more harm than good and he promises to tell Melody the truth tomorrow. The next morning he still cannot bring himself to tell her, however the truth is accidentally revealed when he gets in a fight with some of the boys from the party while saving the butterflies from before. Though Melody is devastated by the revelation, Pinocchio promises that he will never forget her and will come see her again when he's become a human before returning to his Father.
The animals that live in the Oak Fairy's tree notice it being measured by land surveyors one morning and ask Pinocchio to find out what their intentions are, though he isn't able to find out anything from Mr.
Bankman, Franco explains that his Father is planning to build an amusement park on the land. Though Pinocchio is excited about the amusement park, the animals realise the tree will be cut down, Pinocchio is initially indifferent but once Cricket reminds him that the Oak Fairy lives in that tree and will die if the tree is cut down, the puppet decides he will do everything he can to save the tree.
When Mr. Bankman again ignores Pinocchio, Georgio the crow tries to get the man's attention, only to be shot by him and Pinocchio's hand is damaged while trying to save the crow; while Georgio is expected to make a full recovery, Geppetto has run out of wood from the branch he used to make Pinocchio resulting in the new hand being much weaker than the old one.
Geppetto goes to appeal to Mr. Bankman to leave the tree alone but is also unsuccessful and suggests that they try to ask the Oak Fairy herself to stop the men using a carving he made of her.
The next day the animals of the forest, along with Pinocchio and his father, gather for the tree being felled.
In a final effort to save the tree the puppet asks the Oak Fairy to use her magic to protect herself for the sake of the animals that depend on her, just as work is about to begin on felling the tree a powerful rainstorm starts, scaring away the workers and causing Mr. Bankman to nearly fall off a cliff before being saved by the woodcarver and his son. Out of gratitude Franco's father promises not to cut the tree down, that night the Oak Fairy appears to thank Pinocchio and praise him for his selflessness before using her magic to restore his hand to normal.
Pinocchio accompanies his Father to help repair a dam, but is called away by his schoolmates to help them fish in the river as he's the only one who can stand the cold temperature, unfortunately this results in his left leg becoming infested by termites and needing to be replaced. However his new leg doesn't work without the Oak Fairy's magic and he becomes frustrated about both his leg and his life in general, even snapping at Geppetto.
The next day Jack and Willie try to trick Pinocchio into catching fish for them by opening the dam and draining some of the water out, claiming that they'll take him to see an expert who can repair his leg once he does, only to run away once it begins raining and leaving the puppet stranded. Pinocchio then notices a hole in the dam caused by his efforts to open it earlier and sacrifices one of his arms to repair the damage, later his damaged limbs have been replaced but are still useless, until the Fairy appears and rewards his bravery by working her magic on his new limbs.
Geppetto send Pinocchio to the hardware store in the next town, but on the way he encounters a chimpanzee named Pica who has been trained to act like a human gentleman, impressed by the animal he asks to become his student and soon ends up living with Pica and his owner Edith though he has trouble adjusting to his new surroundings.
Later Pinocchio helps Pica prepare for a party and asks him whether what Jack said about foxes is true and Pica assures him it's not, after remembering his promise Pinocchio brings Jack and Willie some food from the kitchen and when he's sent to get something to drink as well Pica informs Edith who catches the puppet and imprisons him in the cellar, when Pinocchio tells Pica about the trouble he was faced with the chimpanzee gloats before leaving for the party where he enjoys embarrassing the other guests.
When the ringmaster arrives he takes Pica, but Pinocchio is allowed to go free, despite everything he feels sorry for Pica and tries to convince Edith to change her mind, but she simply leaves.
As Pinocchio is reflecting on the day Geppetto, who had begun to worry and gone looking for him, finds him and takes him home. Pinocchio finds an egg in the forest and takes it home where it hatches later that night. The chick decides to set off on his own but finds the other birds want nothing to do with him, the next day Pinocchio finds the small bird and adopts him as his younger brother, naming him Chick. Though the two become close, Chick quickly grows over the summer while the puppet remains the same; eventually a group of storks appear and inform Chick that he's their lost Prince and they have come to take him home, though Chick decides that he would rather stay.
While the pair are initially happy, Chick begins to wish he could meet his parents and when he is injured by a hunter, Pinocchio realises that staying with him will endanger Chick. Once Chick has recovered the flock returns to take him home, though Chick promises that he'll return to visit Pinocchio and gives him his crown to signify their promise. When a trick by Jack and Willie causes Pinocchio to be caught in a bear trap, he catches the attention of the local lord Donaldson who decides to adopt Pinocchio as his heir; though Geppetto initially refuses, Pinocchio sneaks out in the night to allow himself to be adopted in order to save the woodcarver from the high land tax lord Donaldson is charging to try and force his hand, leaving him despondent.
Though the puppet promises to always remember that Geppetto is his true father, he soon begins to adopt Donaldson's mindset that he is above those around him and proceeds to chase his servants on horseback, ride his horse recklessly through town, and ignore his former father and classmates.
Eventually the Fairy punishes him for his thoughtlessness by turning his nose into a tree branch, this causes lord Donaldson to disown him and toss him into woods surrounding his property, stripped of both his title and clothing. When Pinocchio finally makes it back to Geppetto's house his father is too depressed to open the door or recognise his voice, until an angry mob appears and tries to burn Pinocchio for antagonising them, causing Geppetto to brave the flames to rescue his son and the Oak Fairy to restore his nose to normal.
The Magic Violin, Part 1. While Anna is practicing her violin Pinocchio asks to try, though he learns to play it quickly he trips and accidentally breaks it. Despite having no experience making musical instruments Geppetto agrees to try carving a new one if Pinocchio can find the right type of wood, while in the forest he encounters an ancient maple tree and its owl guardian who explains that the tree's life has been plagued by its attempts to do good deeds ending in disaster and wishes to perform just one good act that turns out well before it dies.
Thus the tree allows for part of its wood to be made into a violin, though the owl warns to be careful as it will likely have magical properties, and the instrument is completed though Anna does not want it because it looks strange and lets Pinocchio keep it, when he becomes frustrated The Oak Fairy appears and hints at how the magic of the violin works.
After this Pinocchio begins to practice playing the violin, though he doesn't play it as well as he did Anna's, until he comes across a village that's suffering due to a drought and tries to play the violin to cheer up the farmers and the violin not only plays beautifully but causes rain to fall and the crops to flourish. By focusing on curing the Princess he is able to succeed by creating a series of wonderful images with his music, however one of the ministers is starting some trouble.
The Magic Violin, Part 2. After curing Princess Penelope in the previous episode Pinocchio has been spending time playing with her at the castle and making images for her with his music, however the King and some of his advisors wonder what to do about having a magical object in the castle.
The minister of war proposes forcing the puppet to make weapons for them and that they should do so immediately as he believes the violin's magic is finite, the king is reluctant to do so but orders Pinocchio to use the violin to make gold for him and imprisons him when he isn't able to and the violin berates the king for his actions.
The king also has Geppetto arrested for carving it, believing he has carved other violins to mock him, meanwhile the general is launching a revolt against the king which interrupts his attempt to burn the violin. During the commotion the Princess rescues the violin and brings it to Pinocchio who uses it to make a key and unlock the cell, though he's reluctant to help the king due to his wicked behaviour, though he changes his mind and agrees to help after Penelope assures him her father is normally a good man and Geppetto reminds the puppet of his own attempts to misuse the violin's power.
Just as the general confronts the king, Pinocchio shows up playing the violin which he uses to summon an army that overpowers the general's and chases him away, saving the royal family.
Doing this causes a new bud to sprout from the tree's stump, showing that its spirit is still there and will one day grow into a tree again. Leon finds a map to the treasure of the famed pirate Captain Renolds and proposes to his friends that they search for it, Franco suggests they recruit Pinocchio to dive for the treasure and leave the puppet stranded after he's found it as he doesn't need to breathe.
The three boys find Pinocchio going to school with Anna, who tries to dissuade him from going as the area is said to be cursed and guarded by a sea monster, but he quickly agrees to go after being promised a share of the treasure, which he plans to surprise his Father with and the four boys head off on Leon's homemade raft.
However Anna is still worried about them, especially after the weather begins to worsen, and she tells the adults what happened; unfortunately the hostile weather prevents the search party from departing and the worried parents blame Pinocchio for dragging his classmates into the treasure hunt, even when Anna explains that the opposite is true. Meanwhile the boys have survived the storm, though they've lost their sail and their supplies have been ruined by saltwater, Franco convinces Pinocchio to go into the water to help catch one of the small sharks swimming near their boat by knocking it out when it tries to bite him.
Afterwards they send him to search for the treasure which he eventually finds in a sunken ship, however the shipwreck is soon attacked by the sea monster, a giant catfish that eats Pinocchio when he tries to return to the surface, fortunately the puppet finds a sword inside the treasure chest and begins trying to cut his way out of the monster.
Meanwhile the parents have found the other boys and brought them aboard the rescue ship but refuse Geppetto's requests to stay and look for Pinocchio, as they prepare to leave the sea monster begins attacking the ship, however before the monster can attack Pinoccho finds and stabs the creature's heart before cutting his way out of the fish.
Once Pinocchio and the treasure are on board Geppetto scolds his son for making him worry, but is touched that he wanted to surprise him with the treasure. Pinocchio then shows everyone what else was inside the chest: A traveling stranger comes to town whose goal in life is to rid the world of suffering which he does through both acts of charity and a mysterious concoction, which he begins brewing in an abandoned mill.
Meanwhile the animals in the surrounding forest are troubled by several of them beginning to laugh uncontrollably and ask Pinocchio to investigate; he discovers the "laughter potion" which the professor had been preparing was the cause of the outbreak, but offers to be his assistant when he hears what the professor had been trying to do with the promise that the professor will try to use his knowledge of chemistry to make him human.
However, the professor's horse has doubts about his owner's plan, which seem to be confirmed when the potion causes everyone who drinks it, including the professor, to laugh uncontrollably leaving Pinocchio to try and make an antidote from the instructions in the book.
Though the antidote works on both the humans and animals, the villagers set fire to the professor's lab and run him out of town, however the incident has taught both him and Pinocchio that sorrow is a part of human life and that you can't get rid of it altogether. Geppetto sends Pinocchio to buy bread with his last copper coin, but on the way he becomes distracted by an animal salesman and uses the coin to buy a baby squirrel instead.
When the cage breaks open the squirrel escapes and is reunited with his mother, who offers Pinocchio the choice of a gold, silver or copper coin to replace the one he spent, however he chooses the gold coin. Jack, Willie, and Charlie who have been watching the whole thing and plot to trick him out of his gold coin by telling him of a money tree growing in the mountains and having him plant the coin next to it.
While he is able to retrieve the tree, who's guardian cannot harm him as they are both made of wood, the animals steal and spend the coin while Pinocchio is telling his father about his day; meanwhile the spirit of the money tree finds the Oak Fairy and asks for her help, though the puppet refuses to move the tree back.
That night the tree grows rapidly and the light from the coins it produces wakes Pinocchio and attracts the attention of both the three animals and the villagers who fight over the coins from the tree, resulting in the villagers cutting the tree down and the coins reverting to leaves, teaching Pinocchio an important lesson. The next day the baby squirrel gives him a copper coin to buy the bread with, the puppet apologises for his actions the previous day and goes to complete his original errand.
Pinocchio visits a carnival for the first time along with the other children where one of the attractions is a Mermaid named Melissa said to be able to breathe life into a piece of wood, thinking she'll be able to make him human he sneaks in to see her as he doesn't have money left for a ticket and she asks him to set her free.
When the carnival leaves town he breaks open her tank as it passes over a river, allowing her to escape, Pinocchio then swims after her and helps her avoid being recaptured. After hearing how she was the Mermaid Princess and was captured by the Pirate Captain Patch when she broke her people's rule and swam near the surface during the day and was then stolen from Patch by the carnival owner Sneeroff though he clearly has a different design from the usual Sneeroff , Pinocchio offers to escort her home in exchange for being turned into a human, though Melissa doesn't know how and instead promises to ask the Mermaid elder to do it.
Once they arrive they see the Pirates have captured the other Mermaids who they plan to interrogate to find sunken treasures, they manage to make it to the Mermaid elder, but she cannot make him human and Melissa reveals that she lied to him so he would help her because she was afraid of being captured again. Distraught Pinocchio runs away where he encounters the Pirates,. After being betrayed by Melissa, Pinocchio encounters the Pirates who offer to spare him and make him a member of the crew if he helps them get the Mermaids to tell them where their hidden treasure is, when the captured Mermaids don't give him the answer he offers to take the Pirates to Melissa and the Elder.
Once they find the Mermaids the Elder relents and Melissa swims after them to save Pinocchio from the Sea Cucumber Monster guarding it, the Monster turns the Pirates into sea urchins and turns his attention to the puppet.
Melissa appears and takes responsibility for her breaking the law and lying to Pinocchio, who in turn acknowledges his own bad behaviour, the Sea Cucumber lets them leave as they both were able to acknowledge and learn from their mistakes on their own and the elder reveals the Mermaid's true treasure is the trust they have for each other.
The two children then go to rescue the captured Mermaids with the help of a swordfish who cuts a hole in the ship, the carnival owner comes along on his ship but ignores the stranded Pirates in favour of trying to capture the Mermaids, the Sea Cucumber then appears and summons a whirlpool that drags both ships to the ocean floor.
The grateful Mermaids tell Pinocchio that he'll always be welcome on their island and call a Dolphin to bring him home, though Pinocchio is excited to tell his classmates, he realises that the only way they would believe him is if he betrayed the Mermaids' secret and decides to keep the story to himself. Geppetto falls gravely ill and the village Doctor informs Pinocchio that the only hope for his father is the herb of life, a medicinal plant that grows on snake mountain, but retrieving it is so dangerous that only one person has ever successfully done so.
Despite his father's insistence that it is not worth the risk, Pinocchio sets off to snake mountain; however Jack, Willie, and Charlie are also planning to retrieve the herb in order to win Geppetto's gratitude and sabotage Pinocchio by switching the sign. After briefly being distracted by an invitation from a group of children, the puppet finds out he's been going the wrong way and arrives at the cave on snake mountain in time to save the three animals after their plan to drug the three-headed snake guarding the herb backfires.
Unfortunately this results in Pinocchio being eaten by one of the heads, the Oak Fairy appears and although she's not able to use her magic to help him, she tells him that he can save himself with the knowledge that each head is ruled by a single trait: Using this Pinocchio throws his voice to impersonate each head and use their traits against them, causing them to fight each other to the death and allowing him to escape unharmed.
Once home Pinocchio is able to prepare the medicine and cure his father, though he's eager to share his story the puppet soon falls asleep. While Pinocchio is playing with a girl named Lina he claims to be able to fly, and promises to take her flying one day.
That evening he asks his father to make a pair of wings for him, but he refuses as he's worried Pinocchio will hurt himself; the next day he finds and rescues a baby crow that's tangled in a fence who promises to take him to the Crow King and help him learn to fly in exchange for saving him. Once they reach the castle and tell King Crow what happened he gives Pinocchio a magic pill that causes him to grow temporary wings though they resemble tree branches with a thick coat of leaves , teaches him to fly with them, and tells three him rules he must follow: Treat others as you would be treated, never tell a lie, and don't fly into town.
However the puppet soon begins to break these rules as he antagonises the forest animals and teases Lina, to punish him for his bad behaviour King Crow creates a storm which Pinocchio rescues Lina from, getting knocked out by the crash landing they make when the magic wears off and his wings vanish. The two children wake up, mysteriously transported to a meadow full of flowers and unsure if the experience was a dream, though Pinocchio sees King Crow in the sky reminding him of the lesson he's learnt.
Jonathan, an old friend of Geppetto's, comes to visit and Pinocchio accidentally damages the crutch he carries while playing with it. Later that day Pinocchio finds an unusually large fish while playing with the other boys and Johnathan tells them that it likely came from the Phantom Spring, which is said to have magic properties that would have made the fish grow and Pinocchio decides that it will not only make him human, but an adult as well.
The next morning he sets off to find the pond and he runs into two of the other boys who plan to fish there, when the three find it they convince Pinocchio to help them catch a fish, only to run off and leave him in the pond once they have their prize.
While trying to get home the puppet notices that he's having increasingly more trouble moving his legs and realises that he's grown roots and branches; the pond has made him grow into a small tree, soon a man wanders by, digs him up to sell and forces him to sing for the guests at a dinner party. Later the Oak Fairy appears to him, but cannot change him back to normal until he performs a selfless act, meanwhile word of the singing tree reaches Geppetto but by this time Pinocchio has already been sold and loaded onto a ship.
In the ship's hold with him are several children who have been captured and will be sold as servants overseas, who Pinocchio rescues when the ship sails into a storm by allowing them to hold onto him until a rescue boat appears.
Though he's mistaken for a piece of driftwood and left behind in the water, the Oak Fairy returns him to normal and helps him return to Geppetto. While exploring in the mountains Pinocchio and Franco witness the infamous bandit, Scallywag, and his gang robbing a stagecoach and are captured; the two manage to save themselves by offering to join his gang but are sent to help the outlaws break into one of the wealthiest homes in the area. Though Pinocchio realises what he's being asked to do is wrong, he's afraid the bandits will kill him if he leaves and follows the orders he's given, however when the old man living in the mansion is shot by Scallywag, he saves the man's granddaughter, Lucy.
Later that evening when Pinocchio tries to bring some food to Lucy she refuses his help as she blames him for her grandfather's death, when he storms off in frustration the Oak Fairy appears and tells him that even though he didn't commit the crime himself he's still guilty of standing by and letting happen, however the spirits of the surrounding trees doubt he's capable of understanding. When the puppet tries to justify his actions his nose grows longer as he's lying to himself and the Oak fairy finally gets him to admit that he likes being one of the bandits because he realises he's neither a Human nor Tree and the bandits don't expect him to be either one and tells him that he must try to right the wrongs he's witnessed, though he isn't sure what he should do or how he's supposed to do anything without his nose being returned to normal.
Nevertheless he tries to free Lucy before she can be sold by the bandits, unfortunately they're both quickly captured; the next morning they learn that the bandits plan to raid Pinocchio's village using Franco as a hostage and that Lucy's parents are likely there as well, the elderly tree Pinocchio is tied to hears him wishing to save everyone and sacrifices himself to free the puppet, whose nose is also restored to normal.
Unfortunately everyone in the village chooses to run away and wait for Scallywag to leave, rather than stand up to him; however Pinocchio realises that if they don't stand up to the bandits now they'll never be rid of them and manages to convince his father to stay and help protect the village. Pinocchio then rescues Franco by appearing to pay the ransom, but tricks the bandits into trading him for a bag of rocks and manages to hold off Scallywag by taking advantage of being more agile and immune to the bullets as he's made of wood ; meanwhile Lucy and Franco catch up with the rest of the villagers and tell them of everything that's happened, convincing them to return to defend their home.
They arrive just in time as Geppetto, who had been waiting with a gun, cannot bring himself to shoot another person, even as he's threatening to kill Pinocchio; Franco's father shoots Scallywag, causing the rest of the bandits to scatter, and Lucy is reunited with her parents who she wants to introduce to Pinocchio.
However he's already taking the bandit's horse for a ride and when he falls off he encounters Sneeroff, who has tracked him down and is set on revenge. I'm Not A Clown! Though the two animals have difficulty learning to balance on a ball Pinocchio manages to learn quickly, but Sneeroff insists that the performance was bad as he's supposed to be a clown and fall off of the ball to make the audience laugh as clowns, despite the puppet's objections about being a clown and humiliating himself by pretending to be bad at something.
Meanwhile Geppetto heads out in search of his son and Charlie eventually decides to accompany him; while on tour Pinocchio misses his Father and gets in trouble with Sneeroff when he stops performing his clown routine to perform tricks while balancing on a ball and when he ruins a clown boxing act by fighting for real. After the events of the night Pinocchio performs his clown act properly, but still misses his Father and hates being humiliated. Once there the performing troupe has such a successful day that they plan to stay for several weeks, which Pinocchio is glad to hear as it will give his Father the chance to find him, meanwhile Geppetto hasn't been able to sell any carvings and becomes angry with Charlie for stealing food.
Pinocchio is still being held by Sneeroff, who is now using the puppet in a magic act where he pretends to bring him to life. After the audience fails to pay for a show a wealthy gentleman who was once a street performer gives Sneeroff a large bag of gold and invites him to dinner, where he tells him that he made his fortune by finding diamonds in Africa and where they could still be found, which gives Sneeroff the idea to go hunting for them despite the dangers to his performers.
In , he sent a short episode in the life of a wooden puppet to a friend who edited a newspaper in Rome, wondering whether the editor would be interested in publishing this "bit of foolishness" in his children's section. The editor did, and the children loved it. The Adventures of Pinocchio was originally published in a serial form as in the Giornale per i bambini , one of the earliest Italian weekly magazines for children, starting from 7 July In the original, serialized version, Pinocchio dies a gruesome death: At the request of his editor, Collodi added chapters 16—36, in which the Fairy with Turquoise Hair rescues Pinocchio and eventually transforms him into a real boy, when he acquires a deeper understanding of himself, making the story more suitable for children.
In the second half of the book, the maternal figure of the Blue-haired Fairy is the dominant character, versus the paternal figure of Geppetto in the first part. In February , the story was published in a single book with huge success. Children's literature was a new idea in Collodi's time, an innovation in the 19th century. Thus in content and style it was new and modern, opening the way to many writers of the following century.
As of October , The Adventures of Pinocchio became the world's most translated book over languages excluding religious works. The title character is a cultural icon and one of the most reimagined characters in children's literature. Carlo Collodi, who died in , was respected during his lifetime as a talented writer and social commentator, and his fame continued to grow when Pinocchio was first translated into English by Mary Alice Murray in , whose translation was added to the widely read Everyman's Library in Other well regarded English translations include the translation by Carol Della Chiesa , and the bilingual edition by Nicolas J.
The first appearance of the book in the United States was in , with publication of the first US edition in , translated and illustrated by Walter S.
Cramp and Charles Copeland. Together with those from the United Kingdom, the American editions contributed to the popularity of Pinocchio in countries more culturally distant from Italy, such as Iceland and Asian countries. The Adventures of Pine Nut , and the first French edition was published in Between and , translations were made into all European languages and several languages of Asia, Africa and Oceania.
The first stage adaptation was launched in , written by Gattesco Gatteschi and Enrico Guidotti and directed by Luigi Rasi. The Walt Disney version was a groundbreaking achievement in the area of effects animation, giving realistic movement to vehicles, machinery and natural elements such as rain, lightning, smoke, shadows and water. The story begins in Tuscany , Italy. A carpenter named Master Antonio, but whom everyone calls Master Cherry, has found a block of pinewood which he plans to carve into a leg for his table.
When he begins, however, the log shouts out. Frightened by the talking log, Master Cherry gives it to his neighbor Geppetto , an extremely poor man who plans to make a living as a puppeteer in hopes of earning "a crust of bread and a glass of wine".
Geppetto carves the block into a boy and names him " Pinocchio ". As soon as Pinocchio's nose has been carved, it begins to grow with his congenital impudence. Before he is even built, Pinocchio already has a mischievous attitude; no sooner than Geppetto is finished carving Pinocchio's feet does the puppet proceed to kick him. Once the puppet has been finished and Geppetto teaches him to walk, Pinocchio runs out the door and away into the town.
He is caught by a Carabiniere , who assumes Pinocchio has been mistreated and imprisons Geppetto. Left alone, Pinocchio heads back to Geppetto's house to get something to eat. Once he arrives at home, a talking cricket who has lived in the house for over a century warns him of the perils of disobedience and hedonism. In retaliation, Pinocchio throws a hammer at the cricket, more accurately than he intended to, and accidentally kills it.
That evening, Pinocchio falls asleep with his feet on the stove, and wakes to find that they have burned off. Geppetto is released from prison and makes Pinocchio a new pair of feet. In gratitude, Pinocchio promises to attend school, and Geppetto sells his only coat to buy him a school book. On his way to school the next morning, Pinocchio encounters the Great Marionette Theatre, and he sells his school book in order to buy a ticket for the show.
The marionettes on stage recognize him in the audience and call out to him, angering the puppet master Mangiafuoco. The puppet master initially decides to use Pinocchio as firewood but ultimately releases him and gives him five gold pieces to give to Geppetto. As Pinocchio travels home to give the coins to his father, he meets a fox and a cat. The Cat pretends to be blind, and the Fox pretends to be lame.
A white blackbird tries to warn Pinocchio of their lies, but the blackbird is eaten by the Cat. The two animals convince Pinocchio that if he plants his coins in the Field of Miracles outside the city of Catchfools , they will grow into a tree with gold coins. They stop at an inn, where the Fox and the Cat gorge themselves on food at Pinocchio's expense and ask to be awoken by midnight.
Two hours before the set time, the pair abandon Pinocchio, leaving him to pay for the meal with one of his coins. They instruct the innkeeper to tell Pinocchio that they left after receiving a message stating that the Cat's eldest kitten had fallen ill and that they would meet Pinocchio at the Field of Miracles in the morning. They take off ahead of Pinocchio and disguise themselves as bandits while Pinocchio continues on toward Catchfools, despite warnings from the Talking Cricket.
The disguised Fox and Cat ambush Pinocchio, but the puppet escapes to a white house after biting off the Cat's paw. Upon knocking on the door, Pinocchio is greeted by a young fairy with turquoise hair who says she is dead and waiting for a hearse. Unfortunately, the bandits catch him and hang him in a tree. After a while, the Fox and Cat get tired of waiting for the puppet to suffocate, and they leave. The Fairy has Pinocchio rescued by summoning a falcon to get him down and having her poodle servant pick him up in her stagecoach.
The Fairy calls in three famous doctors to tell her whether Pinocchio is dead. Two of them, an owl and a crow , are unsure of Pinocchio's status. The third doctor is the Ghost of the Talking Cricket, who says that the puppet is fine, but has been disobedient and hurt his father. The Fairy administers medicine to Pinocchio who consents to take it after four undertaker rabbits arrive to carry away his body.
Recovered, Pinocchio lies to the Fairy when she asks what has happened to the gold coins, and his nose grows until it is so long that he cannot turn around in the room. The Fairy explains that Pinocchio's lies are making his nose grow and calls in a flock of woodpeckers to chisel it down to size.
The Fairy sends for Geppetto to come and live with them in the forest cottage. When Pinocchio heads out to meet his father, he once again encounters the Fox and the Cat. When Pinocchio notices the Cat's missing paw, the Fox claims that they had to sacrifice it to feed a hungry old wolf. They remind the puppet of the Field of Miracles, and finally, he agrees to go with them and plant his gold.
They finally reach the city of Catchfools, where every animal in town has done something exceedingly foolish and now suffers as a result. Upon reaching the Field of Miracles, Pinocchio buries his coins and then leaves for the twenty minutes that it will take for his gold to grow into gold coin trees. After Pinocchio leaves, the Fox and the Cat dig up the coins and run away. Once Pinocchio returns, he learns of the Fox and the Cat's treachery from a parrot who mocks Pinocchio for falling for their tricks.
Pinocchio rushes to the Catchfools courthouse where he reports the theft of the coins to a gorilla judge. Although he is moved by Pinocchio's plea, the judge sentences Pinocchio to four months in prison for the crime of foolishness.
Fortunately, all criminals are released early by the jailers when the unseen young Emperor of Catchfools declares a celebration following his army's victory over the town's enemies. Upon being released, Pinocchio leaves Catchfools.
Pinocchio then heads back to the Fairy's house in the forest, but he sneaks into a farmer's yard to steal some grapes. He is caught in a weasel trap where he encounters a glowworm. The farmer finds Pinocchio and ties him up in the doghouse of his late watch dog Melampo to guard the chicken coop.
When Pinocchio foils the chicken-stealing weasels , the farmer frees the puppet as a reward. Pinocchio finally comes to where the cottage was, finds nothing but a gravestone, and believes that the Fairy has died of sorrow. A friendly pigeon sees Pinocchio mourning the Fairy's death and offers to give him a ride to the seashore, where Geppetto is building a boat in which to search for Pinocchio.
Pinocchio is washed ashore when he tries to swim to his father. Geppetto is then swallowed by The Terrible Dogfish. Pinocchio accepts a ride from a dolphin to the nearest island called the Island of Busy Bees. Upon arriving on the Island of Busy Bees, Pinocchio can only get food in return for labor. Pinocchio offers to carry a lady's jug home in return for food and water.
When they get to the lady's house, Pinocchio recognizes the lady as the Fairy, now miraculously old enough to be his mother. She says she will act as his mother, and Pinocchio will begin going to school. She hints that if Pinocchio does well in school and tries his hardest to be good for one whole year, then he will become a real boy.
Pinocchio studies hard and rises to the top of his class, but this makes the other schoolboys jealous. The other boys trick Pinocchio into playing hookey by saying they saw a large sea monster at the beach, the same one that swallowed Geppetto.