Short Story of Pinocchio
Pinocchio is a puppet boy (wooden made). He comes to life as a real boy. Pinocchio's nose grows longer whenever he tells a lie.
In Carlo Collodi's Italian original series, Pinocchio is deliberately portrayed as a bit mischievous and obnoxious. The filmmakers insisted on this when their adaptation began production, resulting in a smart and brash character with a very different take on the final product. Walt Disney didn't like this version of the character, either in character or appearance. It was originally designed to imitate real puppets with geometric shapes. Despite being accurate, Walter felt that the character seemed too lifeless. Animator Milt Carr was also dissatisfied with Pinocchio's version and created his own test animation with a design closer to that of the final film. According to Kahl, the design stemmed from his belief that he was animating a real little boy rather than a puppet. Walter agreed, and after further development, the look of Disney Pinocchio was finalized.