Pinocchio Backdrops

Pinocchio Backdrops

Pinocchio Backdrops

At Grosh Backdrops and Drapery, we provide amazing hand-painted and photorealistic backdrops for well-loved classics such as Pinocchio. Just like the blue fairy in the story that turned the wooden puppet into a real boy, we also have the magic to breathe life into all of your events and productions.

There are more than a dozen backdrops to choose from, each of which portrays a pivotal moment in Pinocchio’s transformation. Let our carnival-themed backdrop be the perfect setting for your hero to frolic in with no strings attached. Give Geppetto the ideal place to tinker with toys with a workshop backdrop filled with stuffed animals and wind-up trinkets. Or how about the intense scene where Pinocchio battles the horrifying Monstro with our stormy sea and undersea-themed backgrounds?

The first account of Pinocchio came from the mind of the Italian writer Carlo Collodi, who wrote about the character in his children’s novel entitled The Adventures of Pinocchio. Originally a newspaper serial published between 1881 and 1882, it was completed and published as children’s book in February 1883. Today, the original Pinocchio story is considered as an iconic piece children’s literature.

The Adventures of Pinocchio tells the story of a woodcarver named Geppetto, who was given a talking piece of wood by his neighbor. With his gentle hand, he carved the block into a marionette, which he later named Pinocchio. Once completed, the magical talking marionette jumped out of his father’s hands and began his misadventures all throughout Italy.

Disney’s classic animated film version of the story came out in 1940 and became the second feature length film, after Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, to be entirely hand drawn. Simply called Pinocchio, the film had elements that were similar to Collodi’s novel, but instead of being mischievous, Disney’s Pinocchio had to prove to himself that he was brave, truthful, and unselfish in order to become a real boy. Needless to say, this animated classic was beloved by many and garnered $84.2 million at the box office. The film has since inspired a number of other versions, including an anime in 1972 and a musical film in 1976.

If you are interested in renting our well-crafted Pinocchio backdrops, send us a message through our contact page or get in touch with us by calling 877-363-7998.

Our offices are located in Los Angeles, California and Evansville, Indiana. All of Grosh Backdrops and Drapery’s pieces are available for delivery anywhere in the United States.

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