The enduringly popular story of the living puppet Pinocchio has appeared in various media over the years. This is an index for all the Pinocchio-related pages on TV Tropes.
Works in the Pinocchio franchise with TV Tropes pages:
- The Adventures of Pinocchio (1883) — the original children's book by Carlo Collodi.
- Pinocchio (1940) — the animated movie by Disney.
- Pinocchio in Outer Space (1965) — Belgian-American animated adaptation In Space.
- Un Burattino Di Nome Pinocchio (1972) — a Truer to the Text Animated Adaptation by Giuliano Cenci.
- Mokku of the Oak Tree (1972) — an anime version by Tatsunoko Production, adapted by Saban Entertainment for the Western world in 1990.
- Piccolino no Bouken — a 1976 anime done by Nippon Animation.
- Pinocchio and the Emperor of the Night (1987) — the animated film by Filmation.
- Pinocchio — the Golden Films version which was distributed by GoodTimes Entertainment.
- Pinocchio (1996) — a Licensed Game based on the 1940 Disney film, released by Virgin Interactive for the SNES, Sega Genesis, and Game Boy.
- The Adventures of Pinocchio (1996) — life-action film directed by Steve Barron and starring an animatronic puppet voiced by Jonathan Taylor Thomas.
- Geppetto (2000) — a retelling of the Disney film from Geppetto's perspective.
- Pinocchio (2002) — live-action film directed by and starring Roberto Benigni.
- Pinocchio 3000 (2004) — often shortened to "P 3 K", computer-animated film, by Daniel Robichaud. (Also laps into Recycled IN SPACE! territory.)
- Pinocchio, Vampire Slayer (2009) — a comic book series written by Van Jensen where Pinocchio is portrayed as a vampire slayer.
Adaptations and other derivative works that may be referenced but have no page on the wiki (yet):
- The Golden Key, or The Adventures of Buratino (1936) — a Russian retelling of Collodi's book by Aleksey Nikolayevich Tolstoy that has itself seen several movie adaptations.
- The New Adventures of Pinocchio (1960) — Television program by Rankin/Bass Productions. 130 5 minute episodes, done with stop motion animation, which was done in Japan.
- The Adventures of Pinocchio (1972) — Italian life-action tv miniseries directed by Luigi Comencini that feature an All-Star Cast of italian actors as Gina Lollobrigida and Nino Manfredi.
- Pinocchio's Christmas (1980) — a Rankin/Bass special that's a holiday-flavored adaptation of the book.
- The New Adventures of Pinocchio (1999) — a sequel to the 1996 live-action film, this time directed by Michael Anderson and replacing most of the cast except Martin Landau and Udo Kier.
- The Adventures of Pinocchio (2007) — opera by Jonathan Dove and Alasdair Middleton.
- Welcome Back Pinocchio (2007) — animated film by Orlando Corradi.
- Pinocchio (2009) — a Star Studded miniseries starring among others the late Bob Hoskins as Geppetto, Robbie Kay as Pinocchio and popular Italian comedian Luciana Littizzetto as a female Talking Cricket.
- Pinocchio (2013)
- A Tree of Palme (2002) — An anime film by Takashi Nakamura, the same guy who made Anime/Catnapped. Imagine post apocalyptic Pinocchio with a tablespoon of David Lynch thrown in alongside some sweet music by Takashi Harada.
- √964 Pinocchio (1991), a Japanese cyberpunk film by Shozin Fukui, where the main character is a brain-modified sex cyborg. Not exactly based on Pinocchio but the protagonist's codename is Pinocchio and he was created by scientists. He also kind of turns more "human" as the film progresses.
- Pinocchio (2019), live-action film directed by Matteo Garrone. It includes Roberto Benigni, but this time as Geppetto.