Pinocchio (1992 film)

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Pinocchio is a direct-to-video 49-minute animated film originally released on May 11, 1992. It is based on the children's novel of the same name by Italian author Carlo Collodi and adapted by Roger Scott Olsen. The film was produced by Diane Eskenazi of American Film Investment Corporation II (later Golden Films) and was originally distributed by Trimark Pictures.

Dialogue[edit]

Pinocchio's Whiny Cousin[edit]

Geppetto: Oh! Oh, no. I... I haven't given him a name. How can I call to him when it doesn't even have a name?

Geppetto: Oh, there you are! I thought I lost my little one. Now, now, now. Don't cry. You're alive, my boy. But, that's a miracle.
pinocchio 1992 rare version: But... But I lost my feet!
Geppetto: Oh, don't worry about that. I can make new feet for you. You're alive and safe. That's the only thing that counts.

Pinocchio: Uncle, straight to school and make papa very proud of me. I'm going straight to school and... I'm going straight to... Hello, Uncle Ray. I'm here.
Woman: Oh... [gasps] Oh, where do you think you're going, sonny?
pinocchio 1992 rare version: Let's see what's going on inside.
Woman: No ticket, no show. [pinocchio 1992 rare version and Ray enter the show] Where's the money, sweet kids?
Pinocchio: I don't know. Like I said I won't have any, but i have this. It's never been used. My papa just bought it.

Puppet Master: You skipped school just to see me. Well, well, well. Now, we've got to hold another tomato to think about. But that's stealing no good. You shouldn't go instead for your money. To come see for these things instead to go to school.
Pinocchio: I didn't spend my money. I trained him my spelling book for a ticket then, my father has to sell his coat and wish to buy my book and now... Now I don't have anything. [crying]

Pinocchio and the Money Tree[edit]

Pinocchio: Jump, Cricket! Please let me in! They're after me, please!
Talking Cricket: Please let us in!

Pinocchio: I really will go straight to school tomorrow and I'll be good.
Blue Fairy: Sshh. Just rest now, Pinocchio. Little boys need to get a good night's sleep.
Pinocchio: But I'm not a real little boy.
Blue Fairy: No, not yet, but you could be someday. If you don't lie and if you think of others first and if you listen to your father.
Pinocchio: Papa! I have to tell him where I am!
Blue Fairy: Shoosh, it's alright, Pinocchio. A messenger has already gone to tell your papa where you are.
Pinocchio: Ah, tomorrow... I get to see my papa tomorrow.

Fox: Well, no time to waste. Let's help Pinocchio capitalize all his coins at the field of wishes.
Pinocchio: But it should be my papa first.
Fox: Pockets of gold coins, Pinocchio.
Cat: All for free, little buddy.
Pinocchio: All for free and all for me. Let's go!

Pinocchio Goes to Dunceland[edit]

Candlewick: I'm going to Dunceland! Hey, you wanna come along? Come on, buddy boy, everyone knows school's for fools. Speak to me, be a man!
Pinocchio: Well, why should I wait to be a real boy tomorrow? When I can be a man today!
Candlewick: Now you're talking, Pinoc. Come with us and all your little troubles will be over!
Pinocchio: [He and Cricket fell down] Oh no, I just ripped my pants!
Candlewick: Aw, who cares? Needness doesn't count in Dunceland!

Candlewick: So, Pinoc, what d'ya think? What say we take a few more spins around, huh?
Pinocchio: No, I think a hundred turns on the Ferris Wheel is enough.
Candlewick: Who-hohoho, this is fun. Ya hungry?
Pinocchio: [about to be sick] Not really.
Candlewick: Aw, that'll change when you get those little wooden feet on the ground. Hey, let's head for the free food. Everything has sugar and nothing is good for ya! Going down! [laughing] Whoo!
Talking Cricket: Oh, I hate heights.

Candlewick: Come here, Pinoc! This is fun!
[Pinocchio and Candlewick become strong men]
Pinocchio: You're right, Candlewick! This is fun! Let's try that one over there!
[Pinocchio and Candlewick become old men]
Pinocchio and Candlewick: [laughing]
Candlewick: What's this size say, Pinoc? So what's the joke? I don't see anything!
Pinocchio: I do! And it's not [He and Candlewick become donkeys in a mirror] funny!
Candlewick: [laughing] Yes it is! Look at you! [laughing, then runs away] No! Ahhh!
Pinocchio: Candlewick, wait! Candle... [turns into a donkey] Hee-haw! Oh no! This can't be happening! Hee-haw! Hee-haw!
Coachman: Well, I know just the man who will put that wild streak to good use!

Pinocchio Goes to the Thriftstore[edit]

Ring Master: Your skin is the only thing of value to me now, so try not to jump out of it on the way down. Goodbye.
Blue Fairy: Don't be afraid, Pinocchio. I haven't forgotten you.

Pinocchio: Oh yeah!
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Talking Cricket: You know what it means, but it isn't true.
Whale: [growling]
[Cricket, Ken Snooty and Lord Snooty leave the Thriftstore, then go on Geppetto's ship and suddenly get swallowed by the whale]
All: Whoa.
Pinocchio: Ah. Good! Great! We'll take this home.
Geppetto: Oh great.
Pinocchio: Well, we better go. Come on.
Crabs: Bye.
[Pinocchio, Geppetto and newtimetravelhyman88 leave on a trip to the Goodwill Thriftstore]
newtimetravelhyman88: Bye, Pinocchio. Well, that brings us to the end on a trip to the thriftstore. And I hope you like it.
Pinocchio: Oh boy!
newtimetravelhyman88: And boy, I've got some goodies of VHS. I wanna show you guys on my VHS collection update. And I hope you will stay tuned following Youtubers out there. Yep? I love shopping at Goodwill store. Well, it's time for me to head to the mall and I'll see you there shortly. So, thanks for shopping at thriftstore with me and make sure to comment down below. Take care.

Fox: My boy, Pinocchio! Come here, hurry! [to the cat] It's old Wood-legs.
Pinocchio: Oh boy, you two must have done something really bad.
Fox: Oh, no, no, no! Not we! Of course we did nothing wrong! Why, they picked up the wrong fellows.
Cat: Yeah. Now, how about you tell that nice policeman that you like, know us, Pinocchio, buddy? Maybe he'll let us... scram.
Policeman: Right! What's all this then, you know these two?
Pinocchio: Yeah. Yes, I do.
Policeman: And how is it that a nice hardworking kid like you would know a couple of bums like these two?
Pinocchio: Well, I... [to the fox and the cat] Do you want me to tell the truth?
Fox: Oh yes! Always tell the truth, Pinocchio.
Cat: Oh yeah, the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, little buddy.
Pinocchio: [looks at Cricket, who nods] These two took my money!
Policeman: That's what I figured. Well boys, that's gonna add a little more time to your sentence. [to his horses] Aye, giddy up there!
Fox: Urgh, not that truth, you little wooden-headed netwit!
Cat: Oh, no, no, no, man. The other truth, tell him the other truth. [to the fox] Hey, hey! Give me a little clue here. What was that other truth?
Swallow: Pinocchio, the Blue Fairy is very sick. I'm afraid... she's dying.
Pinocchio: Where is she?
Swallow: Oh, a long way from here. She saw you get swallowed by the whale and she thought you were gone forever. I'm afraid it broke her heart.
Pinocchio: [handing out some coins] Here, take these. It's not very much but it's all that I have.
Swallow: Ooh, thank you, Pinocchio. The Blue Fairy won't forget you for this.

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