Journeys in Classic Film

 

 

 

 

Pinocchio (1940 film)

 

Another edition of Journeys In the Disney Vault (took me long enough)!  Today’s film tells the tale of a little wooden boy going on a manic and frightening series of adventures.  Actually, the film details a little boy exploring the perils of kidnapping, indentured servitude, child trafficking, juvenile delinquency, and peer pressure but I doubt that would go well on the poster.  Regardless, critics cite Pinocchio as the true accomplishment of the Disney studio with animation that rivalsSnow White and the Seven Dwarfs.  I do agree that the animation is advanced in terms of the background and the movement of the characters but story can be a taste repetitive.  Pinocchio is one of the few movies I recommend watching in HD as the colors are gorgeous but I’m getting ahead of myself.  Let’s look at Pinocchio.

 

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