Miramax Films tried a two-tier marketing campaign for Roberto Benigni's screen adaptation of Carlo Collodi's classic children's story Pinocchio, releasing it first as a mass-market family film in an English-dubbed version and later as an art film in its original Italian, albeit with English subtitles. Miramax's release of the film on DVD seems designed to hit both targets at once -- this two-disc set features both the English-dubbed edition and the original Italian language cut, which also happens to be 17 minutes longer. Both edits of Pinocchio have been transferred to disc in the original widescreen aspect ratio of 2.35:1, with the image letterboxed on conventional televisions and enhanced for 16 x 9 playback on widescreen monitors. The transfer is excellent, with the picture crisp and clean throughout. The audio has been mixed and mastered in Dolby Digital 5.1; disc one features the dubbed English soundtrack, as well as a another dubbed version in French, while the longer version on disc two includes the original Italian soundtrack, in addition to dubbed English and French versions. Both discs also include optional English and French subtitles. Disc one also contains two bonus short subjects: a documentary on the creation of F.A.O. Schwartz's elaborate window displays for the Christmas 2002 season (based upon scenes from the film) and a look at the dubbing of the film into English, including interviews with several of the actors, including Breckin Meyer, John Cleese, and Cheech Marin.