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| studio = [[Walt Disney Animation Studios|Walt Disney Productions]]
| distributor = [[RKO Pictures|RKO Radio Pictures]]
| released = {{Film date|1940|02|07|[[Center Theatre (New York City)|Center Theatre]]|1940|2|23|ref1=<ref>{{Cite book|url=|title=How to Be Like Walt: Capturing the Disney Magic Every Day of Your Life|last1=Williams|first1=Pat|last2=Denney|first2=Jim|date=January 1, 2010|publisher=Simon and Schuster|isbn=978-0-7573-9446-1|pages=212|df=mdy-all}}</ref> |ref2=<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=Pinocchio: Detail View|publisher=American Film Institute|accessdate=April 12, 2014}}</ref>|UnitedEstados StatesUnidos}}
| runtime = 88 minutes
| country = UnitedEstados StatesUnidos
| language = English
| budget = $2.6 million{{sfn|Barrier|1999|p=266}}
The plot involves an old Italian [[wood carving|wood-carver]] named [[Geppetto]] who carves a wooden puppet named [[Pinocchio#Disney version|Pinocchio]]. The puppet is brought to life by a [[Fairy with Turquoise Hair|blue fairy]], who informs him that he can become a real boy if he proves himself to be "brave, truthful, and unselfish". Pinocchio's efforts to become a real boy involve encounters with a host of unsavory characters. The key character of [[Jiminy Cricket]] is based on a 100-year "wise, old" [[Talking Cricket|talking cricket]] from the original book,<ref>{{cite book|last=Green|first=Stanley|title=Hollywood Musicals Year by Year|year=1999|edition=2nd|publisher=Hal Leonard Corporation|isbn=0-634-00765-3|page=91}}</ref> who warns Pinocchio of his impudence when they meet only to be killed in return shortly after, before returning as a ghost.<ref>Collodi, Carlo. ''The Adventures of Pinocchio''. Apple Books. Chapter 4.</ref> The film was adapted by several storyboard artists from Collodi's book. The production was supervised by [[Ben Sharpsteen]] and [[Hamilton Luske]], and the film's sequences were directed by [[Norm Ferguson (animator)|Norman Ferguson]], [[T. Hee]], [[Wilfred Jackson]], [[Jack Kinney]], and Bill Roberts. ''Pinocchio'' 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 film was released to theaters by [[RKO Radio Pictures]] on February 7, 1940.
Although it became the first animated feature to win a competitive Academy Award — winning two for [[Academy Award for Best Original Score|Best Music, Original Score]] and for [[Academy Award for Best Original Song|Best Music, Original Song]] for "[[When You Wish Upon a Star]]" — it was initially a [[box office bomb]], mainly due to [[World War II]] cutting off the European and Asian markets overseas. It eventually made a profit in its 1945 reissue, and is considered [[List of films considered the best|one of the greatest animated films ever made]], with a [[List of films with a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes|100% rating]] on the website [[Rotten Tomatoes]]. The film and characters are still prevalent in popular culture, featuring at various [[Walt Disney Parks and Resorts|Disney parks]] and in other forms of entertainment. In 1994, ''Pinocchio'' was added to thelos UnitedEstados StatesUnidos [[National Film Registry]] for being deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".<ref>{{Cite web|title=Complete National Film Registry Listing {{!}} Film Registry {{!}} National Film Preservation Board {{!}} Programs at the Library of Congress {{!}} Library of Congress|url=|website=Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. 20540 USA|access-date=May 7, 2020}}</ref>
In April 2015, a [[#Live-action adaptation|live-action adaptation]] had officially entered development.<ref>{{cite news|last=McNary|first=Dave |title=Disney Developing Live-Action 'Pinocchio' Movie |url= |work=Variety |accessdate=June 14, 2020 |language=en |date=8 April 2015}}</ref>