Pinocchio's Christmas

Pinocchio's Christmas
Pinocchio sells the book Geppetto gives him as a Christmas gift in an attempt to make money to purchase a gift for his father. Swindled out of the money by the notorious Fox and Cat, Pinocchio decides to join a local Marionette show. When the owner of the show decides to change a female marionette, Pinocchio takes her and runs to the nearby enchanted forest, where he originated from. But his troubles are only beginning, as the Fox and Cat have others plans for him as well. Here are a few movie mistakes to looks for while watching “Pinocchio’s Christmas”.

· Geppetto is sitting down, talking and singing in the mirror. He says, “That’s easy for you to say”, and the pen on the desk is laying across the piece of paper, from the middle top of the page, diagonally toward the middle of the right side. It cuts to a wider view as Geppetto stands and the pen has changed its position, to the middle top of the page, angled down toward the left side of the paper.

· The Fox and the Cat are talking to the Sleigh Driver in the Inn. The Fox and Cat are sitting on the opposite side from the Sleigh Driver, a few feet apart with a couple of mugs between them. In the close-up, when the Cat says, “Really”, they’re now sitting next to each other, with the mugs in front of them. In the next overhead view, they’re back in their original positions.

· The fairy, Lady Azora, is singing and Pinocchio is shown giving Geppetto a card and a rose. In the close-up, Geppetto is holding the rose in his left hand. It cuts to a different view, from behind Geppetto’s left shoulder, and he’s holding the card and rose in his right hand.

· The Jiminy Cricket is holding onto his cane on the sleigh taking Pinocchio to the Duke. The two strings holding his body in the air can be seen.

“Pinocchio’s Christmas” (1980) features the voices of Alan King, George S. Irving, Todd Porter, Bob McFadden, Patricia Bright and Allen Swift. It runs 60 minutes and is Unrated.

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