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Pinocchio and the Emperor of The Night is a 1987 animated film that was released on December 25, 1987 by New World Pictures. and is a unofficial sequel to Pinocchio (1940 film). Created by the now defunct Filmation Studios, the movie underperformed at the box office, having a cost of $10 million but making $3.2 million in its entire run. As of today, the film has retained a small cult following as a result of its distinctive and somewhat controversial strangeness, dark tones, and surrealistic qualities. As of 2011, the film has not received a DVD release in the United States. Lieutenant Grumblebee finds a large ship on a riverbank. He observes Puppetino—the chief henchman of the Emperor of the Night—remarking that the area is the perfect place to open ground. Stakes and ropes fly from the ship, and a circus tent forms. Grumblebee leaves the area. A year after being made human by the Good Fairy, Pinocchio celebrates his first birthday with Mister Geppetto. The Good Fairy appears and...
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