He had gone on to such projects as a 28-foot marionette for the 1965 Balanchine production of Don Quixote.
Have you ever been on a film and felt manipulated by a director, sort of like a marionette?
His body was jerking like a puppet of a marionette display, actuated by unseen strings.
I should like to do so,” the marionette answered, “for it is our last meeting.
The marionette was on the point of filling his mouth a second time, when he heard a frightful roar directly under his feet.
She's wearing a pink dress and is just about as tall as a marionette.
Then looking about in search of help, he saw the marionette, whose head was out of the water, and signaled to him to come ashore.
How did anyone know we were going to have a marionette show?
The marionette stopped and looked around, but seeing no one, he went on.
Meanwhile, a boy behind him got up on the bench, and began to play the marionette.
puppet worked by strings, c.1620, literally "little little Mary," from French marionette (16c.), diminutive of Old French mariole "figurine, idol, picture of the Virgin Mary," diminutive of Marie (see Mary).