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The Adventures of Pinocchio (Tv series)
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ピコリーノの冒険
(Pikorīno no Bōken)
Genre Fantasy
TV anime
Director Shigeo Koshi
Hiroshi Saitô
Studio Nippon Animation
Network Japan TV Asahi
Original run April 27, 1976May 31, 1977[1]
Episodes 52
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The Adventures of Pinocchio (Pinocchio Yori Piccolino no Boken), also known as The Adventures of Piccolino (ピコリーノの冒険 "Pikorîo no bôken" ?), is a 52 episode German-Japanese co-production anime tv series by Nippon Animation first aired in Japan in 1976 on the Asahi Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). Each episode was 26 minutes in length.[2 ] The story is based on the novel 'Pinocchio' by Italian author Carlo Collodi.[2 ]

This is the version which was the most popular within German-speaking countries, where it ran as simply "Pinocchio". The series differed from the original material in certain details. One difference is that the cricket was replaced by a duckling named Gina.[2 ]

Contents

Themes

Song Title Position Singer
"Boku wa picorino (I'm Piccolino)" Japanese Opening Osugi Kumiko
"Oriibu no kokage (In the shade of the olive tree)" Japanese Ending Osugi Kumiko
"Pinocchio" German Opening Mary Roos

DVD Availability

German-dubbed Pinocchio episodes are available in Germany at Amazon.de.[3]

See also

Mokku of the Oak Tree, a 1972 anime tv series also based on The Adventures of Pinocchio.

References

External links

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