Jiminy Cricket, A. Collodi - Walt Disney's Story And Songs Of Pinocchio album flac
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|A1||When You Wish Upon A Star
Vocals – Jiminy Cricket
|A2||Give A Whistle
Vocals – Jiminy Cricket
|A3||Hi Diddle Dee Dee
Vocals – Honest John
|B1||I've Got No Strings
Vocals – Pinocchio
|B2||Hi Diddle Dee Dee
Vocals – Honest John
|B3||When You Wish Upon A Star
Vocals – Chorus*
- Narrator – Jiminy Cricket
Notes12” LP sized sleeve with 12-page full color read-along book inside
Based on the book by C. Collodi
Spine text: 3905T
Walt Disney's Pinocchio
|ST-3905||Walt Disney Studio||Walt Disney's Story Of Pinocchio (2x7", EP, Mono, Gat)||Disneyland||ST-3905||US||1957|
|ST 3905||Unknown Artist||Walt Disney's Story Of Pinocchio (LP)||Disneyland||ST 3905||US||1962|
|ST-3905||Walt Disney Studio||Walt Disney's Story Of Pinocchio (LP, Album, Mono, Gat)||Disneyland||ST-3905||US||1957|
|ST 3905||Jiminy Cricket||Walt Disney's Pinocchio (LP)||Disneyland||ST 3905||UK||1967|
|ST-4905||Walt Disney Studio||Walt Disney's Pinocchio (LP, Mono, Pop)||Disneyland||ST-4905||US||1963|
Based on the book by A. Collodi. Matrix, Runout (Side A Runout Etched): 3905-RA-WK-978-SIDE 1 A-1. Matrix, Runout (Side B Runout Etched): 3905-RA-WK-978-SIDE 1 XA1. Matrix, Runout (Side A & B Runout Stamped): Union Jack Flag. Other Versions (5 of 19) View All. Cat.Walt Disney's Story And Songs From Pinocchio (LP, Mono).
The complete story, plus all the songs and the music, from Walt Disney's animated classic, narrated by Jiminy Cricket. Disneyland Records 3905. What is included with your purchase? The original vinyl release of this album, as well as a bonus CD transfer (which is included at no additional cost). This professional transfer, a legal reproduction by law, will contain track numbers just like any regular compact disc would have, along with sound quality far beyond what you would expect from a vinyl source.
Walt Disney's Story and Songs From Pinocchio Narrated By Jiminy Cricket (Based on a Book by A. Collodi). 1969 Disneyland 3905.
Song Hits from Walt Disney’s Pinocchio. cut; and "Jiminy Cricket," which was written for exploitation (. to promote the film) but not included in the score. That made eight songs, four of them sung by Edwards, enough to fill both sides of a 10" LP, the dominant format in 1950. The set was also released as a box of four 45's. Edwards was his usual charming self, and the songs held together well even if the many other singers were not, for the most part, individually identified.
Jiminy Cricket appears as the Talking Cricket in the book, and does not play as prominent of a role. He first appears in chapter 4 in which the truism that children do not like to have their behaviour corrected by people who know much more than they do is illustrated. Pinocchio’s decision to continue to ignore the Cricket resulted in him finding more grief in the way of being hanged by the very people who had told him about planting gold coins: And they ran after me and I ran and ran, till at last they caught me and tied my neck with a rope and hanged me to a tree, saying, & we’ll come back for you and you’ll be dead and your mouth will be open, and then we’ll take the gold pieces that you have hidden under your tongue. The hanging scene was actually where the story was meant to end.
When Walt Disney Productions was developing the story for their film version of Pinocchio (1940), they intended to keep the obnoxious aspects of the original character, but Walt Disney himself felt that this made the character too unlikable, so alterations were made to incorporate traits of mischief and innocence to make Pinocchio more likable. Elijah Wood portrayed the real-boy version of Pinocchio in the live-action segments for the updated Jiminy Cricket educational serials "I'm No Fool" and "You" in addition to the new shorts of "I'm No Fool" in the early 1990s
Jiminy Cricket is the Walt Disney version of the Talking Cricket (Italian: Il Grillo Parlante), a fictional character created by Italian writer Carlo Collodi for his children's book The Adventures of Pinocchio, which Disney adapted into the animated film Pinocchio in 1940
Carlo Collodi intended to end his story after 15 episodes with Pinocchio dead on the tree. Pinocchio is rescued from the tree by the Good fairy. We must not forget the puppet theatre itself, which is of course a direct influence on the pace and knock-about humour of Collodi's style. Have you ever seen a Punch and Judy show? The beak-nosed Punch is in fact a cousin of the Italian Pulcinella or Punchinello. We get a glimpse of the puppet theatre in Chapter 10 of Pinocchio: "Harlequin and Pulcinella were reciting on the stage and, as usual, they were threatening each other with sticks and blows. Yes, the Italian Puppet theatre, like the British Punch and Judy, was pretty violent.
Walt Disney's Pinocchio adapted from Collodi, told by Dorothy Walter Baruch and illustrated by The Walt Disney Studio. The binding is good and the colors are still vibrant. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. 2 Vintage Little Golden Books WALT DISNEY'S SNOW WHITE & SEVEN DWARFS, PINOCCHIO. Walt Disney's Pinocchio Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Walt Disney. The book is in good condition considering its age.