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When an aging wood caver (voiced by Christian Rub) uses his tool to construct a beautiful puppet, he names his creation Pinocchio (voiced by Dickie Jones) and wishes the little figure could be the son he longs for. Although his heart's desire is granted by the Blue Fairy (voice of Evelyn Venable), she cannot make Pinocchio into a real boy unless the wooden toy shows himself to be brave, truthful and unselfish.
Why Is Pinocchio (Disney’s) Rated G?
Pinocchio (Disney’s) is rated G
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The Adventures of Pinocchio (1996) is a live action adaptation of this fairy tale. Jonah: A Veggie Tales Movie features another character that spends time in the belly of a whale. Being turned into a four-legged animal to change errant behavior is also the method used in The Emperors New Groove.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: G
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Details on home video releases of Pinocchio (Disney’s)...Disney’s Pinocchio: 70th Anniversary Edition
Release Date: 10 March 2009
Walt Disney’s classic tale of Pinocchio celebrates its 70th anniversary with this 2-disc set available in a combo DVD and Blu-ray disc package. Full of more bonus extras than Geppetto’s shop has clocks and toys, fans of the film can enjoy an alternate ending, deleted scenes, a deleted song (Honest John), a making-of documentary (No Stings Attached), featurettes (The Sweat Box: Walt Disney’s Artist Review Process and Geppettos Then and Now) and a music video (When You Wish Upon A Star). These editions also offer an isolated audio track, interactive games (Pinocchio’s Puzzles Game, Pinocchio’s Matter of Facts and More About Pinocchio’s World), along with text, photo and art galleries.
The DVD edition provides audio tracks in DEHT 5.1(English, French and Spanish) and Mono (English). The Blu-ray version offers audio tracks in DTS HD 7.1 (English), Mono (English) and Dolby Digital Surround (English, French and Spanish).