Cartoon [Pinocchio] Jiminy Cricket

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[Pinocchio] Jiminy Cricket papercraft
Dimensions: 200 x 136 x 124 mm
Jiminy is based on the Talking Cricket from the original Pinocchio book that Walt Disney's film is based on. In the book, the cricket tries to lecture Pinocchio about his bad behavior, only to be killed with a hammer for his efforts by Pinocchio, and then come back as an equally preachy ghost. However in the film, the cricket is named Jiminy and instead of being a cameo character, he was made into a major character and joins Pinocchio on his journey to becoming a real boy. According to Walt Disney and the filmmakers, Jiminy's role in the film was meant to develop the heart of the story in the friendship between him and Pinocchio. Jiminy was animated by one of Walt Disney's Nine Old Men, Ward Kimball. In Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Ward animated a scene where the dwarves were eating soup. Despite spending eight months animating the scene, it was eventually dropped as it was viewed as unnecessary, and Ward was devastated. Walt realized this and decided to give Ward the job of designing and animating Jiminy Cricket out of sympathy.

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