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|~ Jiminy Cricket|
The Blue Fairy is a major character of the novel and Disney's 1940 film Pinocchio. She is a magical being and Pinocchio's protector who, fulfilling Gepetto's wish, transforms Pinocchio into a living creature, and later into a real boy. She is based on The Fairy with Turquoise Hair in the original 1883 novel, The Adventures of Pinocchio by the late Carlo Collodi.
She also aids Pinocchio and Jiminy Cricket throughout the heroes adventure, both directly and from afar. She is nevertheless one of the most powerful characters in the cast; it is the Blue Fairy who initially grants Pinocchio life and who ultimately decides whether or not the puppet should become a real boy. In the 1940 film, the Blue Fairy was animated by Jack Campbell from live-action footage of Marge Champion, and was voiced by the late Evelyn Venable. She has since been currently voiced by Rosalyn Landor. In the upcoming live-action remake, she will be portrayed by Cynthia Erivo.
The Blue Fairy has a kind and pure heart. Likewise, she fulfills Geppetto's wish merely because of his selfless and caring personality, following with her encouraging Pinocchio to choose the path of good if he wishes to become a real boy. In a later scene, she also scolds Pinocchio for lying, saying that one lie will lead to another and a good person should be honest.
After Geppetto wished his puppet Pinocchio to become sentient, the Fairy granted his wish. Since Pinocchio wanted to become a real boy, the Blue Fairy promised to grant his desire as long as he was a righteous boy. She assigned Jiminy Cricket the task of caring for Pinocchio and be his moral guide.