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    Different Version of pinocchio

    Hi, I"m looking for different versions of the children's story Pinocchio. I only found the original by Collodi. Does anyone know where i can get a different version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by moomba View Post
    Hi, I"m looking for different versions of the children's story Pinocchio. I only found the original by Collodi. Does anyone know where i can get a different version?
    What makes you think there ARE "other versions"? (There is, of course, the Disney cartoon which take considerable liberties with the story.)

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    After roughly four years of searching, I'd reckon Moomba's probably found all the versions available, but I agree; why go beyond Collodi?


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    after four years my ***. you wrote one sentence after four years of searching. c'mon more like four minutes

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    There is one called Erotic Pinocchio, where every time he lies he grows his penis until finally he needs a wheel barrow to carry it around. This causes him all kinds of trouble. Chopping vegetables, he must always be very careful, for example. This story I think is from the times when Deep Throat and also The Devil in Ms Jones were produced.

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    There are endless pornographic interpretations of Pinocchio. My current paintings frequently employ variations on narratives from popular culture... including classic "fairy tales." Just a quick Google Image search of Pinocchio... or Snow White or Peter Pan, etc... will result in any number of such images. It doesn't take much of an imagination to see the potential in the story.
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