WDCC Pinocchio Geppetto's Toy Creations (hutch) Geppetto's Toy Creations
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Geppetto's Toy Creations(Hutch)
Closed Edition 12/98.
Certificate signed by Artist.
Geppetto's Toy Hutch was the first Accessory Item to be released by the Walt Disney Classics Collection from the animated classic, "Pinocchio". This exquisite (and popular amongst collectors) piece was released in the latter part of 1998 and only produced until the end of that year.
Hutch: Thirty (30) attachments added to hutch.
Duck: Pewter wind-up key.
Music Box: Sterling silver wind-up key.
Elephant Roller Toy: Real string hangs over edge of hutch.
Hutch Door: Hinged and opens to reveal more toys.
Paint: Original color palettes from film were used to create the colors.
Although Pinocchio promises the Blue Fairy he'll be good, temptation can be a powerful force for any boy -- even one made of wood. Curious and naive, Geppetto's "little woodenhead" has got a solid thirst for adventure but a shaky sense of what's right and wrong, despite the persistent advice of his "official" conscience, Jiminy Cricket. An easy mark for the practiced con-men of the world at large, Pinocchio must beat temptation and learn to become brave, truthful, and, most of all, unselfish. Only when he proves himself deserving of the Blue Fairy's trust, and his father's love, will he become a real boy.
Jiminy: Jiminy may be small, but he's far from your average cricket. He can turn an umbrella into a parachute and looks great in a top hat and spats, and he carries a mean tune, as well as a nearly inexhaustible supply of home-brewed common sense. It's no wonder he is chosen by the Blue Fairy to be Pinocchio's "official" conscience. Unfortunately for Jiminy, it's only after he blushingly agrees to his appointment as "Lord High Keeper of the Knowledge of Right and Wrong, Counselor in Moments of Temptation, and Guide along the Straight and Narrow Path," that he realizes what a job he's gotten himself into. Like any conscience, Jiminy is occasionally late on the job, and frequently ignored even when he is around. Fortunately, Jiminy is nothing if not persistent, and he eventually succeeds in steering Pinocchio back to the right path.