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Pinokkió 3000 DVD 2004 Pinocchio 3000 (P3K) / Directed by Daniel Robichaud / Starring: Malcolm McDowell, Whoopi Goldberg, Howie Mandel, Helena Evangeliou

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Pinokkió 3000 DVD 2004 Pinocchio 3000 (P3K) / Directed by Daniel Robichaud / Starring: Malcolm McDowell, Whoopi Goldberg, Howie Mandel, Helena Evangeliou

UPC 5999544255739



Audio: English 5.1, Hungarian 5.1

Subtitles: Hungarian

Runtime: 80 minutes


English Summary:

An old inventor named Geppetto creates a robot, named Pinocchio, as his son. Meanwhile, an evil mayor named Scamboli is building a technological city called "Scamboville" to get rid of nature. He also hates all children, except for his beloved daughter, Marlene. When Marlene expresses concerns to Scamboli about there being no space for children to have fun, he sets out to make a kids-only theme park called "Scamboland".

That night, Geppetto and Spencer the Penguin are preparing to make Pinocchio come to life. But Scamboli has seized control of the city mains to light up his theme park for the Grand Opening, so, Geppetto has no choice but to steal his electricity. Suddenly, Scamboland has a power outage and the children leave. After Pinocchio comes to life, much to his family's delight, Cyberina the fairy appears. She decides to grant Geppetto's wish to turn Pinocchio into a real boy if he learns about right and wrong.


Hungarian Summary:

3000-ben járunk, Dzsepettó egy kedves kis kertes házban él Scamboville-ben. Az ultramodern nagyváros felhőkarcolói és óriás képernyői tövében tartalmasan telnek napjai, hiszen a régi iskola mesterembereként Dzsepettó nagy örömmel barkácsol, számítógépe segítségével fel is talál dolgokat. Egyetlen dolog hiányzik életéből: nincs gyermeke. Hűséges segédjével, a robot pingvinnel, és egy holografikus tündérrel, Cyberinával megalkotja Pinokkiót, egy szuperrobot prototipusát. Pinokkió a P3K processzornak köszönhetően gondolkodik és érez; úgy él, akár egy korabeli gyerek. Mielőtt elnyerhetné igazi szívét, hogy valódi kisfiúvá válhasson, Cyberina próba elé állítja: meg kell tanulnia, mi a különbség jó és rossz között.



Geppetto family
  • Pinocchio, voiced by Sonja Ball, is an artificial intelligence designed by Geppetto. In this, his nose doesn't so much grow and retract, a feature installed by Cyberina. While initially entertaining the idea of becoming human, after being discriminated against he defensively adopts a position of (possibly righteous) superiority to humans, as he has a faster processing brain and more extensive imagination circuits. When he is cheated out of his victory in an imagination contest with Marlene, he snatches the trophy medal from her. This object becomes a strong component in the story later.
Despite his robot pride, he gains an appreciation for life and humans through his father and in befriending Marlene, and possesses a desire to be accepted by children, even if it means co-operating with the evil Scamboli.
  • Geppetto, voiced by Howard Ryshpan, is a robot scientist who builds a robot named Pinocchio. He is the father of Pinocchio and is overprotective of Pinocchio. He caused a blackout at the opening of Scamboland for enough electricity to power his robot son Pinocchio. He gets annoyed with Spencer the Cyber Penguin for talking about his Penguin relatives and tells him to zip it. He lives inside the automated house with computers. He also tries to rescue Pinocchio from the Scamboland theme park.
  • Spencer, voiced by Howie Mandel, is a robotic talking penguin who accompanies Pinocchio on his adventure for some of the time, attempting to help him make moral decisions, guide him through the city, and avoid danger. He wears a suit and monocle like Disney's interpretation of Jiminy Cricket, and is obviously meant to fill the said characters role. Unlike in the Disney tale, he is not employed by Cyberina (the Blue Fairy interpretation) and does not play as strong a role in the story. He is a bit clumsy and laid-back, and is shown to be Geppetto's assistant.
  • House, voiced by Ellen David is Geppetto's house has an artificial intelligence which can control the doors, windows, and other appliances. This is a build upon the concept of intelligent homes already in progress with technological habitation designs.
Scamboli Family
  • Mayor Scamboli voiced by Malcolm McDowell and called Combinard in foreign films, is the main antagonist of the movie. He is the mayor of the city, a widower who raises his little girl alone. He has ambitions to transform the city, removing all signs of nature and replacing it with aesthetic metal and technology. He does greatly love his daughter and is very protective of her. He is controlling, and sees children and life as a random factor he cannot account for, motivating him to transform both into something he understands: metal.
  • Marlene or Marlène, voiced by Helena Evangeliou is Scamboli's daughter, and initially is portrayed as a stereotypical spoiled rich girl. It is eventually revealed that she is a more complex character, interested in ecological preservation and semi-technophobic. This may be the root of her initial disdain for Pinocchio. She is also revealed to be Pinocchio's romantic interest. She is torn between her love for her father and the environment, as he refuses to stop attacking it. She wears her hair in pigtails, kept back with a series of coloured hooplike hair bands.
  • Cab, voiced by Matt Holland, and Rodo, voiced by Jack Daniel Wells, are Scamboli's robots are under both his and his daughter Marlene's command, and the lack of seniority in command structure is later evidenced when they zoom back and forth confused under conflicting commands from the two of them. They appear and are stupid, probably responsible for Marlene's stereotyping of robots, and a source of physical humour in the movie. Cab is a tall and lanky yellow robot, Rodo is a short red robot that resembles a porcupine. Pinocchio initially feels kinship with these two and begins to espouse how much more intelligent robots are with them, but then discovers that he is rather a unique case. Are based on the Fox and the Cat.
Miscellaneous characters
  • Cyberina, voiced by Whoopi Goldberg, is the robotic fairy of the city. Her name is a play on the name Sabrina, with the word Cyber inputted, or possibly an extension of the word Cyber similar to Ballet and Ballerina, implying she is one who is proficient with cybernetics. She is based on the character the Blue Fairy from the original story.
Whether or not she has real magical powers is unknown, as she doesn't actively use them. She does however have a large grasp over various technologies and the ability to implement them. She promises to help Pinocchio figure out how to be a real boy, saying he must learn the difference between right and wrong to do so. She plays a stronger role in the story than in most interpretations, and with a large amount of comic relief, influenced by her voice actress, Whoopi Goldberg's personality and appearance.
She wears eccentric glasses, and has a mermaid-like lower body through which she can fly, and sparking circuits coming from the top of her head, reminiscent of Whoopi's hair, albeit standing straight up, as if charged with static electricity.
  • Zack, voiced by Bobby Edner, and Cynthia, voiced by Gabrielle Elfassy, playing a minor role, representing other children, these children are introduced as the example of average kids living in Scamboville. They appear throughout the story, and seem to be friends of Marlene.
  • Scambocop, voiced by Terrence Scammell, is a robot policeman who patrols the skyways in a flying car in Scamboville. he is also a number 12 He is a strict police officer who tries to keep the skyways safe. He tells Zack who jumped to another building saving the flower he is trespassing in a restricted zone. He also chases after Pinocchio in the flying taxi bus.


Directed by Daniel Robichaud
Produced by Louis Duquet
Written by Claude Scasso
Peter Svatek
Starring Malcolm McDowell
Whoopi Goldberg
Howie Mandel
Helena Evangeliou
Gabrielle Elfassy
Howard Ryshpan
Sonja Ball
Music by James Gelfand
Edited by Claudette Duff
Anima Kids
Distributed by Christal Films
Release date
  • February 9, 2004
Running time
80 minutes
Country Canada
Language English





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