Pinocchio Essay | Pinocchio

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Pinocchio

Summary: Discusses the differences and similarities between the novel and movie versions of "Pinocchio."
Transforming books into movies is a process happening everyday. Keeping classic books classics in the movies can be quite a difficult task, especially when writing for children. Disney is notorious for altering original stories to make them suitable, in their eyes, for children. Pinocchio is one of the many classic stories Disney reinvented for children of all ages to watch. Much of the movie version has both added and deleted scenes. This steers the movie away from violence as much as possible which the book obviously does not.

The movie begins setting the scene in fairy tale form as Geppetto with his newly made marionette wishes upon a star that his marionette "Pinocchio" could be alive. To his surprise, as he falls asleep, a fairy appears to grant his wish and brings Pinocchio to life. Contrary to the movie, in the book Pinocchio is alive without the aid of...

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