Was Carlo Collodi Pinocchio's father?
He authored the book, was (Father) in that sense, like Jack London and the Call of The Wild, or Edgar Rice Burroughs and Tarzan.
The story of Pinocchio was authored by Carlo Collodi. Within the story, his creator was Geppetto, the carpenter-cum-puppeteer. Pinochio's father is Geppetto. Although the wooden puppet doesn't start out as a real boy, Geppetto is the puppet maker who created and loved Pinochio both while he was a puppet and after he became a boy.
Carlo Collodi created the story of Pinocchio in 1883, but failed to copyright anything about the character in the US, leaving the idea in the public domain. Disney was therefore able to use the character without having to pay the Collodi estate anything at all. Disney corporation has always maintained they shared a portion of the profits with the Collodis, but has failed to provide any proof.
Telling lies is what Pinocchio likes. The male personage in question serves as the main character from a children's novel -- Le Avventure di Pinocchio ("The Adventures of Pinocchio") -- by Carlo Collodi (Carlo Lorenzini, November 24, 1826 - October 26, 1890) and in a world-famous Walt Disney animated and children's film of 1940. The pronunciation of the character's name will be "pea-NOK-kyo" in Italian.
Pinocchio was the second animated feature produced by the Disney studio and released by RKO in 1940 It is based on the book by Carlo Collodi The puppet at the end of the movie becomes a real live b?
There is no clear answer, because Pinochio is a fictional character but here is my theory... Collodi is famous throughout the world for having given its name to CARLO COLLODI the pen-name of CARLO LORENZINI (1826-90). Italian author and journalist, best-known as the creator of Pinocchio the wooden boy puppet who came to life. His nose grew larger when he told a lie and returned to normal size when he told the truth. The story…
As Pinocchio was written by an Italian ( Carlo Collodi) there are no problems in translation , etc, the major characters have Italian names. Gepetto means Little Joe- by the way. The Blue Angel character is nameless but was played by Gina Lollobrigida in a movie version in about l972. High Trix, indeed!
According to Wikipedia and The Literature Network (see links below), the book by Carlo Collodi was written during 1881-1883. The story "The Adventures of Pinocchio" was published in 1883. The English version was published in 1892. If you mean the Disney Film, it was released in 1940 (information from the Internet Movie Database)
Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi, written in the l870"s is an obvious juvenilization of the artificial life theme. no staybolts in the neck, though. The artificial lad runs amuck in part as he has no moral compass- or conscience, enter Jiminy Cricket. The whole idea of artificial life- robots, androids, etc all stems from Frankenstein!