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In Walt Disneys Pinocchio a puppet maker named Gapetto creates a marionette to be his son The blue fairy comes along to bring him to life Pinocchio must first prove that he is a brave trustworthy and unselfish person to become the real boy he longs to be A whale has taken Gapetto and single handed Pinocchio travels through the depths of the ocean in order to save his father A true sign of bravery Walt Disney movies such as Pinocchio have been proven that children can be taught social values such as honesty loyalty and trustworthy through watching themAs many may know honesty plays a big role in Pinocchio All Pinocchio wants is to be a real boy When the blue fairy came along to grant Gapettos wish she says that he must learn true values of a real boy to become one Before the blue fairy left she said a lie will keep growing till its as plain as the nose on your face Pinocchio does not yet understand this and begins to lie When the blue fairy returned and asked if he had been a good boy he simply replied that he had knowing that he hadnt and all of a sudden his nose began to grow He then realized when he would lie his nose would grow and he would be exposed This translates to everyday children When a kid lies they are exposed sooner or later and punished for the lie An example of a Pinocchio lie is when he says he punched a schoolboy and kicked him to the floor when really nothing of the sort happened then his nose began growing and growing the more lies that he told Boys and girls everyday are caught lying Lying leads to children getting caught up in a trend of lying all the time without consequences In Pinocchio they teach a great example on lying and the consequences
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