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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })Released in 1940, Pinocchio is the 2nd film in the Disney Animated Canon, based very loosely on The Adventures of Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi.The woodworker Geppetto creates a puppet, which he names Pinocchio. Before going to bed, he notices the wishing star and wishes on it that Pinocchio would become a real boy. The Blue Fairy hears his wish and brings Pinocchio to life. She promises him that he will become a real boy if he can prove himself brave, truthful, and unselfish, and she assigns Jiminy Cricket to be his guiding conscience in the meantime.The opening song, "When You Wish Upon a Star", is one of the most well-known and beloved songs of any Disney movie, and has since become the theme song for the Disney Theme Parks. A brief excerpt of the melody is used in Disney's Vanity Plate (the one with the castle) at the beginning of many of their movies.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })There are licensed platform games released in 1995 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Sega Genesis and Game Boy. In The '90s, Disney created a Made-for-TV Movie musical, Geppetto, that switched the P.O.V. character to that of the toymaker and focused on his Character Development as he learns how to be a good father. Featuring songs from the original alongside new Stephen Schwartz numbers, it was adapted for the amateur theater circuit as My Son Pinocchio in The New '10s.
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All Men Are Perverts
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All Men Are Perverts: Jiminy Cricket goes from angrily not watching Pinocchio's show to excitedly watching it with eyeglasses on when he sees the French girl puppets doing the kick dance.
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Does This Remind You of Anything?
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Does This Remind You of Anything?: The Coachman. A strange but charismatic old man tells young children that they'll have lots of fun if they come back to his place, but once they arrive the children discover that the man is evil, their lives are much, much worse for their troubles, and they likely will never see their families again. Hmm...
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Tempting Fate
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Tempting Fate: After Jiminy Cricket storms out giving up trying to set Pinocchio straight after he finds him making a fool of himself with Lampwick, moments later, Lampwick scoffs "To hear that beetle talk, you'd think something was gonna happen to us!" Don't even ask what takes place right after he says that. Pushed even further when he says "What do I look like, a jackass?"
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Cool Old Guy
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Cool Old Guy: Geppetto.
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Or My Name Isn't...
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Or My Name Isn't...: Honest John tells Gideon the plan to sell Pinocchio to Stromboli in this way:
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Artistic License – Biology
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Artistic License – Biology: Jiminy Cricket bears very little, if any, resemblance to an actual cricket. To be fair, however, Jiminy was originally depicted as an actual (that is, less anthropomorphized) cricket with toothed legs and waving antennae. But Walt wanted something more likable. So he assigned animator Ward Kimball to redesign the cricket. Kimball whittled away at any and all cricket-like appendages until Jiminy became, in Kimball's words, "a little man with an egg head and no ears. And the only thing that makes him a cricket is because we call him one." Monstro the whale looks like a demonic cross between a sperm whale and a baleen whale; the body shape is that of a sperm whale, but he has a head much too wide and teeth on both jaws, when real sperm whale have laterally-flattened heads and only have teeth on their very thin lower jaw. He also has belly pleats, which is a trait of baleen whales. He's seen sleeping at the bottom of the ocean - whales don't sleep that way, or else they would drown.note Although it's eventually revealed he's just pretending to sleep so he can ambush passing schools of fish.
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Say My Name
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Say My Name: ""Boys"?! So that's wha... PINOCCHIO!"
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Little Bit Beastly
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Little Bit Beastly: Pinocchio looks like a puppet version of a kemonomimi when he gains donkey ears and a tail while visiting Pleasure Island. He loses the donkey ears and donkey tail when he turns into a real boy.
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Visual Pun
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Visual Pun: When Pinocchio is on Pleasure Island, Jiminy Cricket is behind the eight ball. First figuratively, then literally. Before Jiminy storms out of the pool hall, he tells Lampwick, "Go on, laugh, make a jackass out of yourself!" He has no idea how right he is until he reaches the Coachman's boat...
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Playing with Fire
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Playing with Fire: In the reprise version of Little Wooden Head.
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Villain Song
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Villain Song: "Hi-Diddle-Dee-Dee". It's cheerful, but it's sung by Honest John to convince Pinocchio to become an actor.
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Animated Musical
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Animated Musical: As usual.
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Diabolus ex Machina
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Diabolus ex Machina: Right after a frantic Geppetto crosses paths with the carriage carrying his missing son, a roar of thunder drowns out the one cry of "Pinocchio!" that he and Jiminy would probably have heard.
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Angrish
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Angrish: Stromboli unleashes quite a bit of this.
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Breaking the Fourth Wall
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Breaking the Fourth Wall: Jiminy does this at the beginning after singing "When You Wish Upon A Star", and again briefly at the end, lampshading the Book-Ends example.
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Stealth Pun
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Stealth Pun: Geppetto wishes for Pinocchio, a marionette, to be a real boy. The Blue Fairy grants him his wish, but adds some requirements that Pinocchio has to meet to become fully real. In other words, the wish comes with strings attached.
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Cute Kitten
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Cute Kitten: Figaro
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Adaptational Villainy
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Adaptational Villainy: Stromboli's incarnation in the original novel, Mangiafuoco/Fire-Eater, was actually one of the nicest characters Pinocchio encounters. While he did attempt to use Pinocchio for firewood to finish cooking his roast, that was only after Pinocchio interrupted his puppet show, and when he learned of Pinocchio's plight regarding Geppetto he took pity on him, even giving him money to help pay for what the puppet needed, and decides to eat a half-cooked roast instead of burning another puppet in Pinocchio's place. While the book's counterpart of Monstro, the Terrible Dogfish, swallows Geppetto and Pinocchio, it's not portrayed as a malicious creature, but rather a wild animal uncaring of what it's causing while feeding itself, it doesn't even chase after the two when they escape (which they do more easily by taking advantage of the Dogfish sleeping with an open mouth due to its asthma).
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Exploited Trope
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Exploited Trope: A bizarre example. Since this is a morality play for children, this world operates by some strange logic, such as the Space Whale Aesop that acting like a jackass will literally turn you into a donkey. The Coachman seeks to profit from this by luring children into a mischief-themed amusement park where they're encouraged to misbehave, and then selling them as livestock after they literally make jackasses of themselves.
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Homeless Hero
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Homeless Hero: Jiminy Cricket starts out as a drifter, dressed in shabby clothes, sneaking into Geppetto's shop to warm himself by the fire.
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All There in the Script
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All There in the Script: Honest John's last name, Foulfellow, is never revealed at any point in the movie, but is brought up when referred to by the cast and crew, as well as storybook adaptations, (and one episode of House of Mouse).
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Ambiguously Human
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Ambiguously Human: The Coachman. His possible identity ranges from simply an evil and greedy man with access to a cursed island to Satan himself. The Coachman's hairy, shadowy minions as well. It's not clear if they're humans, anthropomorphic animals like Honest John and Gideon (probably gorillas based on their body proportions and black fur), demons, or something else. One illustration for a storybook based on the movie shows the thugs in a more well-lit scene, and it depicts them as human: they're ordinary men with hairy forearms who wear executioner's hoods. However, whether this is also the case in the original movie is still unclear.
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Adaptation Expansion
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Adaptation Expansion: In the original story, Jiminy Cricket was a minor character and was never even given a proper name, being referred to simply as the "talking cricket". He has since become something of the anthropomorphic (well, cricket-morphic) personification of conscience.
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Too Smart for Strangers
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The movie also shows how lying can get you nowhere (Pinocchio lying to the Blue Fairy) and that kids shouldn't go with a stranger (Pinocchio going with Foulfellow and Gideon), and even how Playing with Fire is dangerous (Pinocchio's finger catching fire from fooling with a candle).
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Anachronism Stew
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Anachronism Stew: Pleasure Island is covered with neon lights and other mechanics too advanced for the era.
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Pinocchio Nose
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Pinocchio Nose: Codifier.
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Kid Hero
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Kid Hero: Pinocchio.
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Funny Background Event
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Funny Background Event: During "An Actor's Life For Me," Gideon ends up going in the wrong direction and has to catch up with the others.
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Furry Confusion
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Furry Confusion: Features normal animals, Nearly Normal Animals, and Funny Animals with little rhyme or reason as to the difference. For example, Figaro the pet cat and the mute Funny Animal Gideon the Cat.
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Carnivore Confusion
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Carnivore Confusion: When waiting for Pinocchio to come back for dinner, Figaro the pet cat is chastised by the goldfish, Cleo, to not eat his dinner just yet, as they are to wait Pinocchio. Said dinner is a fish.
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Extremely Short Timespan
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Extremely Short Timespan: It doesn't feel it, given the sprawling story it was adapted from, but the movie is strongly implied to take place within less than two days.
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Abnormal Limb Rotation Range
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Abnormal Limb Rotation Range: Pinocchio turns his whole body around in a circle while maintaining eye contact with Geppetto when Geppetto examines him before he was about to go to school. Pinocchio is just full of this in general. He shows off several spinning limb moves in the Stromboli performance.
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Parasol Parachute
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Parasol Parachute: Jiminy's umbrella at times.
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The Dreaded
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The Dreaded: Monstro, less a whale and more Leviathan incarnate. The mere mention of his name causes sea creatures to swim away in terror. Also the Coachman, if his Nightmare Face is any indication.
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Pauper Patches
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Pauper Patches: Jiminy starts dressed this way before the Blue Fairy declares him Pinocchio's conscience and gives him a clothing upgrade.
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Awesome, but Impractical
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Awesome, but Impractical: Jiminy describes Geppetto's wish for Pinocchio to become a real boy as this.
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Beard of Evil
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Beard of Evil: Stromboli, the puppet master. He's a very unpleasant man backstage.
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Ax-Crazy
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Ax-Crazy: The Coachman. Despite his friendly appearance, he is a sadistic maniac who has a rather twisted idea of punishment.
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Hidden Depths
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Hidden Depths: Despite barely being a teenager, if that, Lampwick shows remarkable skill at pool, given the numerous trick-shots he plays. Makes you wonder how often he frequented bars.
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Even Evil Has Standards
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Even Evil Has Standards: Honest John and Gideon are perfectly fine with conning small children out of their money and freedom, and if one scene is to be believed, with doing hits as well. However, when the Coachman mentions taking boys to Pleasure Island, they're absolutely horrified. And when the Coachman assures them that the boys will never return as themselves and makes a Nightmare Face for emphasis, the fox and cat cower in fear. And yet, regardless of their morals, they trick Pinocchio into going there anyway, mainly because they're too scared to refuse the Coachman's proposition after that.
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Significant Monogram
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Significant Monogram: Jiminy Cricket.
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When the Clock Strikes Twelve
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When the Clock Strikes Twelve: This is when the coach to Pleasure Island departs.
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Kindhearted Cat Lover
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Kindhearted Cat Lover: Geppetto with his kitten Figaro.
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Hammerspace
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Hammerspace: Gideon pulls the mallet he tries to hit Pinocchio with out of nowhere.
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Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping
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Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping: Charles Judels briefly slips out of the Coachman's cockney accent when he says "Take him back, he can still talk!" as he throws a talking donkey into a pen.
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 Pinocchio / int_3b79029a
type
Crapsaccharine World
 Pinocchio / int_3b79029a
comment
Crapsaccharine World: Pleasure Island is a textbook example of this trope. It may seem like the best place in the world for naughty boys...but in truth it's actually a living nightmare. Really, this applies to the entire setting. Stromboli is a murderous, greedy tyrant who will only be inconvenienced for his villainy rather than apprehended. Honest John and Gideon also get off scot-free. Monstro is the only villain who may have died when he slammed into the rock (and even that is uncomfirmed). All of the villains only fail in ensnaring the heroes; they'll continue their evil ways regardless.
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 Pinocchio / int_3cb6468e
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Bad Liar
 Pinocchio / int_3cb6468e
comment
Bad Liar: Pinocchio, when the Blue Fairy rescues him from Stromboli's wagon:
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 Pinocchio / int_3d038b36
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Rhetorical Question Blunder
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comment
Rhetorical Question Blunder: "What do I look like, a jackass?"
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 Pinocchio / int_3d2c6d30
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Skewed Priorities
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comment
Skewed Priorities: When Jiminy goes to tell Geppetto about Pinocchio joining the theatre, he stops himself, saying that would be "snitching". This is skewed because telling a child's parent that their child has run off to the theatre on his own is obviously not a bad thing, and in the child's best interest.
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 Pinocchio / int_3e1c753d
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Blue Is Heroic
 Pinocchio / int_3e1c753d
comment
Blue Is Heroic: The Blue Fairy, who counts as a Big Good. Pinocchio himself, since he wears a blue bow tie, has blue eyes and a blue stripe on his hat, and Jiminy, who wears a blue top hat.
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 Pinocchio / int_3f45f1e6
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Adaptational Heroism
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Adaptational Heroism: In the original novel, Pinocchio is a Jerk with a Heart of Gold who starts off being quite reckless and disobedient, learning his lessons the hard way. Disney's version portrays him in a much more sympathetic manner. Here, he is a generally well-meaning but naive child who is talked into bad things due to his innocence.
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 Pinocchio / int_3fe13b23
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Bootstrapped Theme
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Bootstrapped Theme: "When You Wish Upon a Star" for Disney in general. Outside of Disney, the song so influenced Steven Spielberg when he was writing Close Encounters of the Third Kind that it got a musical Shout-Out in the film.
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 Pinocchio / int_40cc0c7e
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Bittersweet Ending
 Pinocchio / int_40cc0c7e
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Bittersweet Ending: Pinocchio gets reunited with Geppetto and becomes a real boy, but the Coachman is never punished. And those hundreds of innocent children who were taken from their families, turned into donkeys, and sold into slavery? They're still donkeys. No one comes to their rescue.
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Happily Ever After
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comment
Happily Ever After: By the finale, all ends well for Pinocchio and his family. He becomes a real human boy, Geppetto finally has the son he always wanted, and Jiminy ends up becoming an Official Conscience, courtesy of the Blue Fairy.
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 Pinocchio / int_46118dc5
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Adult Fear
 Pinocchio / int_46118dc5
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Adult Fear: Geppetto's son goes to school and doesn't come home. Hearing the agony in his voice as he paces around his kitchen is enough to make parents whose children like to play hide-and-seek in department store racks flashback a little. After their raft is destroyed, a weakened Geppetto pleads for Pinocchio to save himself. He wakes up on the beach to find that his son drowned saving his life.
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 Pinocchio / int_46687a9d
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Follow Your Heart
 Pinocchio / int_46687a9d
comment
Follow Your Heart: "When You Wish Upon a Star".
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 Pinocchio / int_47e9f862
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My Grandma Can Do Better Than You
 Pinocchio / int_47e9f862
comment
My Grandma Can Do Better Than You:
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 Pinocchio / int_4817407
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Clam Trap
 Pinocchio / int_4817407
comment
Clam Trap: Jiminy Cricket asks a clam about Monstro the whale, but it snaps shut and traps him inside. He gets out inside a bubble as the clam digs down.
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 Pinocchio / int_48c99e19
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Death by Adaptation
 Pinocchio / int_48c99e19
comment
Death by Adaptation: The Coachman in the video game.
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 Pinocchio / int_49d59be9
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Scenery Porn
 Pinocchio / int_49d59be9
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Scenery Porn: Most notably the inside of Geppetto's shop with all those fabulous clocks and music boxes. Remember, this was when everything was done by hand.
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Not Now, We're Too Busy Crying over You
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comment
Not Now, We're Too Busy Crying over You: At the end, Geppetto is crying over the dead Pinocchio when the Blue Fairy brings him back to life and makes him a real boy:
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Big Good
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Big Good: The Blue Fairy, who brings Pinocchio to life. Geppetto can be seen as this as well.
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Drunken Song
 Pinocchio / int_4ba070fd
comment
Drunken Song: Honest John's reprise of "An Actor's Life For Me" at the Red Lobster Inn.
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Become a Real Boy
 Pinocchio / int_4d1423b9
comment
Become a Real Boy: This is Pinocchio's goal after he's brought to life, and after saving Geppetto from Monstro, he succeeds.
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Wham Line
 Pinocchio / int_4e7c4536
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Wham Line: "They never come back... AS BOYS!" In-universe for Jiminy: "Quiet! You boys have had your fun! Now pay for it!"
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Body Horror
 Pinocchio / int_504a1991
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Body Horror: The donkey transformation scene.
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Fisher Kingdom
 Pinocchio / int_506143c1
comment
Fisher Kingdom: The longer you stay on Pleasure Island, the more you start to transform into a donkey. The transformation stops once you leave.
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Disproportionate Retribution
 Pinocchio / int_50b05d30
comment
This might fall under Disproportionate Retribution as well.
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Fat Bastard
 Pinocchio / int_51300dbf
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Fat Bastard: Stromboli and the Coachman.
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 Pinocchio / int_5134c207
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Failed Dramatic Exit
 Pinocchio / int_5134c207
comment
Failed Dramatic Exit: After Pinocchio and Jiminy argue in the pool hall, Jiminy angrily tries to stomp away but falls into one of the holes on the table instead. When he finally leaves the room proper, his clothes are disheveled and twisted up from his previous fall.
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 Pinocchio / int_517f8d71
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Delusions of Eloquence
 Pinocchio / int_517f8d71
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Delusions of Eloquence: Honest John Foulfellow, when pretending to give Pinocchio an examination before guiding him to Pleasure Island:
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 Pinocchio / int_51c68d06
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Surprise Creepy
 Pinocchio / int_51c68d06
comment
Surprise Creepy: Starts off cute and lighthearted, then we get to Pleasure Island...
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Book-Ends
 Pinocchio / int_5313c266
comment
Book-Ends: The movie both starts and ends with Pinocchio and Geppetto dancing, although the first time Pinocchio's still an inanimate puppet, and the last time he's a real boy. Jiminy Cricket even lampshades it by saying, "Well, this is about where I came in!" The film also starts and ends with "When You Wish Upon A Star" being sung, although it's only two lines sung at the end. The film starts and ends with Jiminy Breaking the Fourth Wall.
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Improbable Infant Survival
 Pinocchio / int_550754dc
comment
Improbable Infant Survival: Double-subverted with Pinocchio. He dies saving Geppetto from Monstro, and is mourned by Geppetto, Jiminy, Figaro and Cleo before being brought back to life as a real boy.
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Cats Are Mean
 Pinocchio / int_58e43f17
comment
Cats Are Mean: Gideon, Honest John's feline stooge. At least once, he tries to hit Pinocchio on the head with a mallet, only to be stopped by the fox. Figaro, however, downplays this. While not mean, he does become very impatient around dinner time while Geppetto is worrying about Pinocchio. He tells Cleo and Figaro to not eat until he gets back. When he leaves, Figaro decides to start eating until Cleo reminds him they can't eat until their owner arrives. Figaro remembers this and once again tries to eat but then turns frustrated and folds both his arms with an angry expression.
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Tuft of Head Fur
 Pinocchio / int_5904e198
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Tuft of Head Fur: Figaro the kitten has a tuft of fur on the back of his head.
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Contrived Clumsiness
 Pinocchio / int_599ad6d5
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Contrived Clumsiness: Honest John gets Pinocchio's attention by tripping him up with his cane.
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Big Ol' Eyebrows
 Pinocchio / int_5a23602
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Big Ol' Eyebrows: Stromboli has them.
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 Pinocchio / int_5a40d6a
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Adaptation Distillation
 Pinocchio / int_5a40d6a
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Adaptation Distillation: This film leaves out many of the subplots of the book.
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Alcohol Hic
 Pinocchio / int_5ceb9939
comment
Alcohol Hic: One of the cuckoo clocks features an inebriated character whose hiccups are its chimes. Gideon also hiccups while guzzling beer at the Red Lobster Inn - the only vocalizations from Mel Blanc that were left in the film after Disney decided to make the character mute.
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The Smurfette Principle
 Pinocchio / int_5d753b19
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The Smurfette Principle: Not counting Cleo the goldfish, the Blue Fairy is the only female character in the movie.
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Batman Can Breathe in Space
 Pinocchio / int_5ed3ace2
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Batman Can Breathe in Space: Pinocchio and Jiminy can breathe, and speak, underwater. In fairness, Pinocchio's still made of wood at this stage - would he even need to breathe? Geppetto and Figaro have no excuse, however. They're implied to have lived in Monstro's belly, at the bottom of the sea, for days if not weeks.
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We All Live in America
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We All Live in America: The Italian or Tuscan context of the book is all but nonexistent here.
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Belly Dancer
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In the actual movie no Belly Dancer appears, but Stromboli shows some belly dance-like hip shakes when mentioning a performance in Constantinople.
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Bumbling Sidekick
 Pinocchio / int_605b8f40
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Bumbling Sidekick: Gideon to "Honest" John.
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Names to Run Away from Really Fast
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Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Every aquatic creature swims away from the mention of the name "Monstro".
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And I'm the Queen of Sheba
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And I'm the Queen of Sheba: Jiminy Cricket's outraged reaction after Pinocchio sticks up for Lampwick:
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Kids Are Cruel
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The original book was more grim (and considering how nightmarish this movie can get, that's saying something!) Pinocchio is constantly a little jerk, Geppetto is more temperamental. The very first appearance of the Fairy is ghastly: when Pinocchio begs her for help when he's in danger, she refuses by claiming to be dead and waiting for a hearse to take her away. The Cat and the Fox (Gideon and Honest John) try to steal money from Pinocchio disguised as street bandits and later hanged Pinocchio from a big tree. When the Cricket first appears, Pinocchio kills it with a hammer (then we see it again like a ghost and again alive in the house of the Fairy). Lampwick dies from overwork in donkey form in a gut wrenching scene near the end of the novel. Oh, and Pinocchio bites off the Cat's paw.
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Hair-Trigger Temper
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Hair-Trigger Temper: Stromboli to be sure.
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Spit Take
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Spit Take: As Stromboli takes a drink of wine, this is his initial response to Pinocchio announcing that he is going home to Geppetto.
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Heroic Sacrifice
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Heroic Sacrifice: Pinocchio gives his life to save Geppetto from Monstro; don't worry, he gets better.
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Manly Tears
 Pinocchio / int_64e975cf
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Manly Tears: Shed by Geppetto and Jiminy when Pinocchio is seemingly dead at the end, before the Blue Fairy brings him back as a real boy.
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Disneyfication
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Disneyfication: The original book was more grim (and considering how nightmarish this movie can get, that's saying something!) Pinocchio is constantly a little jerk, Geppetto is more temperamental. The very first appearance of the Fairy is ghastly: when Pinocchio begs her for help when he's in danger, she refuses by claiming to be dead and waiting for a hearse to take her away. The Cat and the Fox (Gideon and Honest John) try to steal money from Pinocchio disguised as street bandits and later hanged Pinocchio from a big tree. When the Cricket first appears, Pinocchio kills it with a hammer (then we see it again like a ghost and again alive in the house of the Fairy). Lampwick dies from overwork in donkey form in a gut wrenching scene near the end of the novel. Oh, and Pinocchio bites off the Cat's paw. The original Geppetto was a very, very poor carpenter in Tuscany. The setting of the film looks more like Tyrol, with its quainter, more "storybook" architecture and mountains, and Geppetto's house is more cozy and charming.
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Amusement Park of Doom
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Amusement Park of Doom: Pleasure Island turns the hedonistic children who linger there into donkeys.
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Evil Laugh
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comment
Evil Laugh: Stromboli and The Coachman lashes out some of these (they are both voiced by the same actor, so the laugh sounds almost the same).
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Pinocchio / int_68068108
 Pinocchio / int_6ac6a56a
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And Your Reward Is Clothes
 Pinocchio / int_6ac6a56a
comment
And Your Reward Is Clothes: When Jiminy offers to be Pinocchio's conscience, the fairy rewards his generosity by giving him a nice set of new clothes to replace the rags he wears at the start of the movie.
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Through a Face Full of Fur
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comment
Through a Face Full of Fur: Pinocchio (who is still made of wood at this point) turns red when inhaling too much while smoking a cigar, then green when he accidentally swallows the smoke. Also, the green Jiminy Cricket blushes red when the beautiful Blue Fairy asks him to be Pinocchio's conscience.
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Pinocchio / int_6ace37f
 Pinocchio / int_6bd689ca
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Meaningful Echo
 Pinocchio / int_6bd689ca
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Meaningful Echo: The conditions for Become a Real Boy are repeated in voiceover just as Pinocchio earns it.
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 Pinocchio / int_6bda9a30
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Meaningful Name
 Pinocchio / int_6bda9a30
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Meaningful Name: "Honest" John Worthington Foulfellow, referred only to Honest John in the actual film. Also, there is a volcano off the coast of Sicily called Mt. Stromboli; Stromboli in the film is also quite volcanic. The Red Lobster Inn may seem rather luxuriant to modern eyes, but this has historic precedence; lobsters before the mid 1900s were once seen as unclean, and as food only eaten by the lower class and the poor.
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Pinocchio / int_6bda9a30
 Pinocchio / int_6d7026fa
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Punny Name
 Pinocchio / int_6d7026fa
comment
Punny Name: Jiminy Cricket (a Gosh Dang It to Heck! version of "Jesus Christ"), "Honest" John Worthington Foulfellow, Monstro, and even Stromboli (after a volcano near Sicily).
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Pinocchio / int_6d7026fa
 Pinocchio / int_6e27397
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Missed Him by That Much
 Pinocchio / int_6e27397
comment
Missed Him by That Much: When Geppetto is out looking for Pinocchio, Stromboli's wagon passes by him, and, unknown to him, Pinocchio is imprisoned in said wagon at that moment.
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Pinocchio / int_6e27397
 Pinocchio / int_6e92a631
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Four-Fingered Hands
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comment
Four-Fingered Hands: Pinocchio (never mind that poster). He gains an extra digit when he becomes a real boy. Jiminy, Honest John, Gideon, and the Coachman all have four fingered hands as well (which lends credence to the idea that the Coachman isn't entirely human).
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Pinocchio / int_6e92a631
 Pinocchio / int_6ef6417b
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Disney Death
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Disney Death: Pinocchio loses consciousness rescuing Geppetto from Monstro the whale. However, by proving himself in doing so, the Blue Fairy finally makes him a real boy, also bringing him back to life.
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Pinocchio / int_6ef6417b
 Pinocchio / int_71748a39
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Named by the Adaptation
 Pinocchio / int_71748a39
comment
Named by the Adaptation: The cricket, the fox and the cat and the whale had No Name Given in the book, here they're called Jiminy Cricket, Honest John Worthington Foulfellow, Gideon and Monstro.
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Pinocchio / int_71748a39
 Pinocchio / int_72cdfc33
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Big Bad Ensemble
 Pinocchio / int_72cdfc33
comment
Big Bad Ensemble: Honest John, Stromboli, The Coachman, and Monstro.
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Pinocchio / int_72cdfc33
 Pinocchio / int_7315fd38
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Covers Always Lie
 Pinocchio / int_7315fd38
comment
Covers Always Lie: Most of the posters or video covers look pretty cheery. The film itself, on the other hand, is pretty dark for being so early in Disney's animated canon.
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Pinocchio / int_7315fd38
 Pinocchio / int_73733868
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Awesomeness by Analysis
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comment
Awesomeness by Analysis: Pinocchio comes up with the idea of building a big fire on the boat to get Monstro to sneeze.
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Pinocchio / int_73733868
 Pinocchio / int_73b87208
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Hats Off to the Dead
 Pinocchio / int_73b87208
comment
Hats Off to the Dead : Jiminy removes his hat as he, Geppetto, and the others mourn Pinocchio's apparent death after returning home.
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Pinocchio / int_73b87208
 Pinocchio / int_782fdff
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Storybook Opening
 Pinocchio / int_782fdff
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In the Storybook Opening, the books Alice in Wonderland and Peter Pan can be seen in the background. Both would later become Disney films, and, in fact, both were in initial development at the time.
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Pinocchio / int_782fdff
 Pinocchio / int_78f5a589
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Supernatural Aid
 Pinocchio / int_78f5a589
comment
Supernatural Aid: The Blue Fairy.
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Pinocchio / int_78f5a589
 Pinocchio / int_7f760614
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The Silent Bob
 Pinocchio / int_7f760614
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The Silent Bob: Gideon.
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Pinocchio / int_7f760614
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Satanic Archetype
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Satanic Archetype: The Coachman may or may not be Satan himself, but he tempts little boys to live a sinful life, then imprisons them forever. Just as the Blue Fairy rewards people for their good deeds, he punishes them for their misdeeds.
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Pinocchio / int_803e3201
 Pinocchio / int_823c6e3e
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Large Ham
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Large Ham: Stromboli's voice actor: "Going-a home-a to your father!" Also, Honest John's flamboyant gesturing.
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Pinocchio / int_823c6e3e
 Pinocchio / int_82a64c4b
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Adaptational Nice Guy
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Adaptational Nice Guy: Pinocchio lacks the mean, bratty traits of his literary counterpart. Collodi's Geppetto was clearly a loving father, but more of a Grumpy Old Man and not very friendly. Here, he is far nicer and better tempered. Although, it should be noted that in the book he was a rather poor carpenter as opposed to an economically stable toymaker. The Cricket in the book was not the cheerful, friendly cricket of this film. He was stern whenever he admonished Pinocchio.
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Jealous Pet
 Pinocchio / int_8376445d
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Jealous Pet: Implied. Figaro the cat doesn't like Pinocchio at first. It's never revealed why, but the man who made Pinocchio wonders if Figaro is jealous.
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Second-Face Smoke
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Second-Face Smoke: Done by Lampwick to Jiminy Cricket.
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 Pinocchio / int_84e06c25
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Evil Puppeteer
 Pinocchio / int_84e06c25
comment
Evil Puppeteer: Stromboli, who has his own circus of puppets and hires Pinocchio, but treats him badly: he underpays him, locks him up in a cage, and threatens to chop him into firewood.
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 Pinocchio / int_863fa679
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What Happened to the Mouse?
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comment
What Happened to the Mouse?: What about that island full of polymorphed child slavery?! Honest John and Gideon aren't seen again after they take Pinocchio to the Coachman.
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 Pinocchio / int_86daf505
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Parental Bonus
 Pinocchio / int_86daf505
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Parental Bonus: In addition to Jiminy Cricket's Covert Pervert moment with getting a little too enamored of the risque marionettes performing on stage with Pinocchio, there's a moment earlier while he's in Geppetto's workshop in which he realizes one of the mechanical figurines against which he's leaning is of a shapely woman and he's got his hand planted on her bustle. He then promptly snatches it away and actually apologizes to her.
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 Pinocchio / int_8864f9a9
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Those Two Bad Guys
 Pinocchio / int_8864f9a9
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Those Two Bad Guys: Honest John and Gideon.
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Pinocchio / int_8864f9a9
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Partial Transformation
 Pinocchio / int_88fa3225
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Partial Transformation: Pinocchio's transformation into a jackass merely amounts to ears, a tail, and occasional braying. An early comic book adaptation has one of the Coachman's henchmen, just barely unable to catch Pinocchio before he escapes, comment that he won't fully change into a donkey unless he stays on the island.
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 Pinocchio / int_895ec17
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Only in It for the Money
 Pinocchio / int_895ec17
comment
Only in It for the Money: Honest John and Gideon persuading Pinocchio to go to Pleasure Island is a combination of this and fear for what would happen if they refused the Coachman, given how freaked out they are when the Coachman first mentions the place.
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 Pinocchio / int_8cf6aa
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Literal Metaphor
 Pinocchio / int_8cf6aa
comment
Literal Metaphor: A visual one. The boys on Pleasure Island figuratively make total jackasses of themselves, smoking and drinking and gambling and so on. Then they end up turning into literal jackasses. A subtler one, which is also a kind of Visual Pun: the scene in which Lampwick and Pinocchio play pool starts from outside, showing that the pool hall in which they're playing is shaped and painted like an 8-ball, and one of Lampwick's trick shots while he's ridiculing Jiminy Cricket sends the 8-ball careening into him. During most of that scene, he's got Jiminy behind the 8-ball, so to speak... just as the Coachman also has them behind the 8-ball, and is about to make his final play. As Pinocchio's nose grew to the size of a tree branch with every lie he told, the Blue Fairy gives him An Aesop in this form.
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 Pinocchio / int_90d5b651
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Our Fairies Are Different
 Pinocchio / int_90d5b651
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Our Fairies Are Different: The Blue Fairy.
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Sliding Scale of Anthropomorphism
 Pinocchio / int_91183950
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Sliding Scale of Anthropomorphism: Cleo, Monstro, and Figaro are real animals. Jiminy, Honest John and Gideon are anthropomorphic animals.
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The Speechless
 Pinocchio / int_92a61707
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The Speechless: Honest John's henchman, Gideon.
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TransformationTrauma
 Pinocchio / int_93773e14
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Transformation Trauma: The donkey scene.
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Bare Your Midriff
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Bare Your Midriff: Gideon is a rare male example.
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Villainous Breakdown
 Pinocchio / int_957e5fc2
comment
Villainous Breakdown: Monstro during the climax in a rather terrifying way. Though seeing as two people just lit a huge fire inside him, you'd think it would be understandable that he'd be pissed, but no, all this act does is merely make him sneeze. When he realizes two people just escaped from his belly, he absolutely flips out. He gets more terrible and wrathful the more they dodge him and get closer to shore, so much so, he doesn't even care he's about to crash into a landmass.
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 Pinocchio / int_95b7c400
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Faux Affably Evil
 Pinocchio / int_95b7c400
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Faux Affably Evil: "Honest John" and Stromboli. The Coachman as well: "Give a bad boy enough rope and he'll make a jackass of himself (laughs evilly)"
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 Pinocchio / int_95c2a9dd
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Outliving One's Offspring
 Pinocchio / int_95c2a9dd
comment
Outliving One's Offspring: Geppetto wakes up on the beach to find his son drowned saving his life. Fortunately subverted because Pinocchio's selfless sacrifice allows him to become a real boy.
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Stock Money Bag
 Pinocchio / int_97293a99
comment
Stock Money Bag: While meeting with the Coachman, Honest John and Gideon show off a small sack containing the meager sum Stromboli paid them in exchange for Pinocchio. As the Coachman begins to make his proposition, he asks them "How would you blokes like to make some real money?" and produces a much larger sack full of gold coins.
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Barefoot Cartoon Animal
 Pinocchio / int_97928805
comment
Barefoot Cartoon Animal: "Honest" John Worthington Foulfellow and Gideon.
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 Pinocchio / int_9a11f9cf
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Informed Species
 Pinocchio / int_9a11f9cf
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Informed Species: Monstro doesn't look like any real species of whale. From the side he looks a bit like a sperm whale, but a sperm whale's jaw is narrow, unlike Monstro's shovel-jaw. Which, by the way, is pleated. Only rorquals (like the blue whale and humpback whale) have grooved lower jaws (but no teeth; instead they have baleen fringes). He looks like a demonic caricature of a whale; more like the biblical Leviathan than any real sea creature. Jiminy Cricket doesn’t really look like a cricket. He somewhat resembles Lowly Worm from the World of Richard Scarry.
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Hurt Foot Hop
 Pinocchio / int_9a6fbae7
comment
Hurt Foot Hop: Jiminy Cricket does the hurt foot hopping after he kicks a billiard ball.
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HA HA HA—No
 Pinocchio / int_9aaad071
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Pinocchio and Sromboli laughing together becoming this, combined with HA HA HA—No, when Pinocchio is suddenly thrown into a birdcage.
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Double Take
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Double Take: A few of them. And this one. And when the Coachman tells of his scheme to Honest John:
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Foreshadowing
 Pinocchio / int_9d12bbc1
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Foreshadowing: We're first clued to Pleasure Island's actual nature when Honest John and Gideon are freaked out by the mention of it. Also, before the boys start being transformed into donkeys, look carefully at the chair Pinocchio is sitting on at the pool hall, it has a donkey face on the head. Further hints: the Coachman's dialogue stating that "They never come back... AS BOYS!" and our seeing a team of donkeys pulling his coach as he cracks the whip over them. Also, Honest John convinces Pinocchio to go to Pleasure Island by giving him his "ticket", which is an Ace of Spades card... Remember the Black Spot from Treasure Island? The real-life inspiration for that is the Ace of Spades, sometimes given to pirates to announce their imminent ruin. In the Storybook Opening, the books Alice in Wonderland and Peter Pan can be seen in the background. Both would later become Disney films, and, in fact, both were in initial development at the time.
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Apple for Teacher
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Apple for Teacher: When Pinocchio starts for school, Geppetto hands him an apple to give to his teacher. When he encounters Honest John and Gideon, the former eats the apple and gives him back the core.
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This Is Gonna Suck
 Pinocchio / int_9dfb8296
comment
This Is Gonna Suck: When Geppetto hears Pinocchio's plan to escape Monstro by making him sneeze, he has an understated version of this reaction:
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Leitmotif
 Pinocchio / int_9f6fb586
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Leitmotif: Jiminy gets his own theme that pops up quite a bit during the film.
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 Pinocchio / int_a1154544
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Grumpy Old Man
 Pinocchio / int_a1154544
comment
Collodi's Geppetto was clearly a loving father, but more of a Grumpy Old Man and not very friendly. Here, he is far nicer and better tempered. Although, it should be noted that in the book he was a rather poor carpenter as opposed to an economically stable toymaker.
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Red Is Heroic
 Pinocchio / int_a195310a
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Red Is Heroic: Inverted with the Coachman, who wears a red coat but is the most evil character in the film. Played straight with Pinocchio, who wears red pants and has a red feather in his hat.
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Adaptation Dye-Job
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Adaptation Dye-Job: The Blue Fairy, originally called the Fairy with Blue Hair, has her hair changed from blue to blonde. Instead, her eyes and dress are blue.
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Mood Whiplash
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Mood Whiplash: Pinocchio and Sromboli laughing together becoming this, combined with HA HA HA—No, when Pinocchio is suddenly thrown into a birdcage. The donkey transformation scene, in-universe. Lampwick doesn't realize it's happening to him until he laughs and it becomes a bray. Seconds later, when he does realize what's going on... Again with the donkey transformation. When Lampwick grows ears and a tail, Pinnochio gets scared. Then when Lampwick's face turns into a donkey's snout... Pinocchio laughs.
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Ascended Extra
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Ascended Extra: Jiminy Cricket in the original story, he was a nameless cricket who was squashed by the title character early on and appeared later as a ghost. In the Disney version, he was given the name Jiminy Cricket and promoted to narrator. Not only did he practically steal the movie away from its title character, but he's gone on to host/narrate other Disney films, short subjects, and theme park shows. He's also a notable character in several of the Kingdom Hearts games. Figaro was based off a minor cat in the book which Geppetto had. He has shown up in a lot of other Disney material whenever a character needs a cat. Jiminy went on to become a recurring character in the Disney Animated Canon (appearing again in Fun and Fancy Free), as well as host a series of educational cartoons in the 1950s called Im No Fool, and his theme music became the theme for Disney in general. And is now played in Once Upon a Time by the same actor who was Revan and Shepard's "voice of conscience".
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Rule of Three
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Rule of Three: The film's Big Bad Ensemble features three baddies: Stromboli, the Coachman, and Monstro. When one disappears, another takes their place.
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Karma Houdini
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Karma Houdini: In the book, the Cat (Gideon) lost a paw and became blind, while the Fox (Honest John) became lame and had to sell his own tail, and both are begging for food. Although there is no specific connection to their deeds, it is stated that they got all they deserved. In the film, there is no punishment, nor any suggestion that punishment will come their way. A planned scene that was ultimately deleted from the final film would have had him and Gideon get caught by the police after running into Pinocchio a third time. However this was adapted into a small book, Pinocchio's Promise where they are arrested by the police. Stromboli doesn't get any punishment other than not being able to use Pinocchio for his show - he even gets to keep all the money from the first night. The Coachman is not punished in the film; it is only in the SNES game that he is kicked off a cliff by Pinocchio.
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Animate Inanimate Object
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Animate Inanimate Object: The eponymous Pinocchio.
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You Can Turn Back
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You Can Turn Back: When Pinocchio goes out to find Geppetto after learning he had been swallowed by a whale, he gives Jiminy a chance to leave, offering his hand and saying goodbye. Jiminy seems surprised that he would even do that.
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And I Must Scream
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And I Must Scream: Done to children by the demonic Coachman. They have mouths, but all they can do is bray... trapped in a nightmare of slavery, torture and anguish that will end only with their Cruel and Unusual Death.
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Off-Model
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Off-Model: One particularly glaring example appears early in the film-during the scene where Pinocchio sets his finger on fire, watch Geppetto's head - his sleeping cap disappears several times throughout the scene! The DVD commentary even points this out and how easy it is to miss it the first time. In the frames just before Geppetto tells Pinocchio to "Say hello to Figaro", Pinocchio only has his pupils. On a poster, Pinocchio has his little wooden head but a human body!
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Scare 'Em Straight
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Scare 'Em Straight: The children do naughty things and are doomed for it for the rest of their lives.
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Aesop Collateral Damage
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Aesop Collateral Damage: When Pinocchio plays hooky and ends up on Pleasure Island, Geppetto gets trapped inside Monstro the whale so his adopted son can learn the lesson about being a good boy.
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Oh, Crap!
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Oh, Crap!: Pinocchio and Jiminy when Pinocchio is trapped in the cage and they realise the Blue Fairy is coming and will know Pinocchio wasn't at school like he should have been. Jiminy Cricket's epiphany of what happens to the boys on Pleasure Island. Lampwick when he realizes he's turning into a donkey. He starts getting very worried when he notices the transformations, and then, when he sees himself in the mirror, he comes unglued in a way that wouldn't be out of place in a horror movie... The school of fish when Monstro opens his eye right in front of them (actually, all the fish react like this whenever Monstro's name is even mentioned). Pinocchio when he first sees Monstro swimming at him. Geppetto when he realises Pinocchio's plan of making Monstro sneeze will infuriate Monstro. And it does, because it involves making a fire inside him. Geppetto and Pinocchio when Monstro's tail is about to come down on top of them.
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Super-Persistent Predator
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Super-Persistent Predator: Monstro. Once he gets pissed off enough he will stop at nothing to devour or destroy whatever made him angry.
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Digital Destruction
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Digital Destruction: The 1992 restoration shifted the color scheme too closely to red tones.note Unlike most instances of "restored" Disney movies boasting different color schemes than on an older video release, Disney has confirmed that this deviated too strongly from the movie's original appearance, due to the restoration team using a print generations removed from the original negative.
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Heaven Above
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Heaven Above: The magical fairy who blesses Pinocchio with life lives within the wishing star. The Blue Fairy descends from her home in the heavens only when Geppetto prays up to the sky in his petition to be blessed with a son.
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Fate Worse than Death
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Fate Worse than Death: See Baleful Polymorph. The ones who could still talk were thrown in a pen. The ones who could only make donkey noises were shipped off. Now remember what people use donkeys for; working in harsh environments, breeding more donkeys... In the original book, Pinocchio himself almost ends up skinned. This might fall under Disproportionate Retribution as well.
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Sidekick Song
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Sidekick Song: "Give a Little Whistle".
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Adjective Animal Alehouse
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Adjective Animal Alehouse: The Red Lobster Inn, which is where the Coachman tends to hang out whenever he's not kidnapping boys, taking them to Pleasure Island, turning them into donkeys and shipping them to either the salt mines or the circus.
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Take That!
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Take That!: "What does an actor want with a conscience anyway?" Some have interpreted the way Pleasure Island is depicted as reflecting Walt's view on what Amusement Parks were like at the time.
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False Utopia
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False Utopia: Pleasure Island, where the theme park turns into a place where kids do all sorts of sinful stuff like vandalizing buildings, smoking cigars, drinking beer, and playing in pool halls, only to end up making jackasses out of themselves and they get sent to slavery in the salt mines.
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Too Dumb to Live
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Too Dumb to Live: Pinocchio is much too easily swayed by Honest John and Gideon yet again after they convinced him to go to Stromboli; and the second time around, they lure him into something much worse, albeit with a little more resistance on Pinocchio's part. All of the naughty boys who were convinced to go to Pleasure Island; the Coachman even lampshades this as he knows the bad ones will be easy to lure with the promise of beer, sweets, games, and no authority whatsoever. Further lampshaded once they've all turned into donkeys as the talking ones beg to be freed, with the Coachman reminding them of their foolishness.
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Evil Overlooker
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Evil Overlooker: The Coachman and/or Stromboli and/or Monstro in some posters.
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Pleasure Island
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Pleasure Island: Trope Namer.
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Demoted to Extra
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Demoted to Extra: In the book, the Blue Fairy had a much bigger role, being a mother figure and fulfilling the role of his conscience. Here, most of her actions are done by the cricket character.
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Nobody Here but Us Statues
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Nobody Here but Us Statues: During "Little Wooden Head," Jiminy blends in with the clockwork performers on one of Geppetto's music boxes by moving up and down in time and singing.
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Mixed Metaphor
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Mixed Metaphor: Jiminy: You buttered your bread. Now sleep in it!note Originally, this was to be one of Jiminy's main shticks, but over the course of the film's production, they were removed (for instance, it was intended that he describe Honest John and Gideon as "a couple of ill winds in cheap clothing"). Only the one line above was used, and in the context of its usage, he was more than a little frustrated and flustered. Coachman: "Give a bad boy enough rope and he'll make a jackass of himself!"
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Precision F-Strike
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Precision F-Strike: The usage of the word "jackass", spoken by the Coachman ("Give a bad boy enough rope and he'll soon make a jackass of himself..."), by Jiminy ("Go on, laugh! Make a jackass out of yourself!"), and by Lampwick ("What's [Jiminy] think I look like? A jackass?").
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Cunning Like a Fox
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Cunning Like a Fox: Honest John.
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Getting Eaten Is Harmless
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Getting Eaten Is Harmless: Pinocchio and Jimminy Cricket (following Geppetto) are swallowed by Monstro the whale but are all perfectly fine and later manage to escape.
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"The Villain Sucks" Song: The unused song "Monstro the Whale," which depicts him as the "undersea public enemy."
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Ribcage Stomach
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Ribcage Stomach: The inside of Monstro.
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Satan
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The Coachman. His possible identity ranges from simply an evil and greedy man with access to a cursed island to Satan himself.
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Nice Hat
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Nice Hat: Jiminy wears a classic top hat.
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Non-Standard Character Design
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Non-Standard Character Design: The Blue Fairy is a remarkably realistically-drawn character in a film where all other human characters are cartoony looking. This is because while all the other characters were traditional hand-drawn cartoons, the Blue Fairy was rotoscoped — a live actress was filmed, and then the animator simply traced her directly from the frames of that film. This technique tends to produce the Uncanny Valley effect, which is usually considered an undesirable side effect, but in this case was intentionally harnessed to communicate the otherworldly nature of the character.
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Shout-Out
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Shout-Out: The exterior of the pool hall on Pleasure Island is a giant eight-ball and cue stick, a nod to the Trylon and Perisphere of the 1939 New York World's Fair. It's a blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment, but the barker for "Da Roughhouse" is, fittingly, channeling Jack Mercer's Popeye.
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Cub Cues Protective Parent
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Cub Cues Protective Parent: Jiminy is being hassled by a little fish while in the ocean floor. He starts to shoo it away when its mother appears.
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High-Dive Escape
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High-Dive Escape: Pinocchio and Jiminy Cricket escape Pleasure Island by jumping off a cliff into the sea below.
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It Can Think
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It Can Think: Monstro does have one thing in common with real cetaceans: He's pretty clever to pretend to be asleep in order to catch the school of tuna. Besides if he keeps on chasing Pinocchio and Geppetto, it's quite obvious he has a brain.
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Adaptational Karma
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Adaptational Karma: Inverted with the Fox and the Cat. Unlike the book, they avoid all punishment in the film. There was originally a scene where the two were going to be arrested for their crimes, but this was cut from the final script.
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They Wasted a Perfectly Good Sandwich
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They Wasted a Perfectly Good Sandwich: On Pleasure Island, when Lampwick and Pinocchio are outside the rough house tent, Lampwick throws a turkey away after taking just one bite. Likewise, in the same scene, Pinocchio has an ice cream in one hand and a pie in the other. He takes one bite out of the pie (he doesn't touch the ice cream) and then throws both the pie and ice cream away when he enters the rough house with Lampwick. As everything was free, they most likely thought they'd be able to get more food later. Averted with Pinocchio's apple. Honest John eats it and gives the core back to Pinocchio.
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Toxic Friend Influence
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Toxic Friend Influence: Lampwick.
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Protagonist Title
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Protagonist Title: Pinocchio is the protagonist of this story.
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Lighter and Softer
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Lighter and Softer: Just like all the Disney adaptations, the movie is much less dark than the original novel it's based on.
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Enemy Eats Your Lunch
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Enemy Eats Your Lunch: Sort of. Honest John eats Pinocchio's apple and gives the core back to him.
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Nightmare Face
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Nightmare Face: The Coachman drops his Glamour at one point and pulls a ghastly one, combined with a truly chilling Evil Laugh. Honest John and Gideon looked scared shitless after that and they had very good reason.
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All Part of the Show
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All Part of the Show: Stromboli becomes so livid with rage at Pinocchio's initially messing up on his puppet show performance, tripping and falling down the stairs as he did, that he becomes borderline violent toward the puppet, but when he hears the audience laughing, he calms down and tries to make it look like it's all part of the act. "Cute kid!" Stromboli says of the puppet.
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Pinocchio / int_cf511248
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Just Whistle
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Just Whistle: What Jiminy tells Pinocchio to do if ever he needs him. It becomes the basis for the song "Give a Little Whistle".
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GoshDangItToHeck
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Gosh Dang It to Heck!: Averted. Jiminy Cricket calls Lampwick a jackass even BEFORE he learned of the whole "turning boys into donkeys" plot.
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One-Word Title
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One-Word Title: Also a Protagonist Title.
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Eureka Moment
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Eureka Moment: Geppetto saying they will have a fire to cook some of the fish he previously caught gives Pinocchio the idea to use a fire to make Monstro sneeze and get them out of him.
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Everybody Cries
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Everybody Cries: During the scene before the Blue Fairy brings Pinocchio back to life as a real boy, Geppetto, Jiminy, Figaro, and Cleo all cry over Pinocchio's lifeless body back at home.
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Creating Life Is Awesome
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Creating Life Is Awesome: The titular character is created by the joint efforts of Geppetto (who built his body) and The Blue Fairy (who gave him life). It is all treated as a good thing.
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Big
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Big "SHUT UP!": Jiminy Cricket can't sleep because of all the ticking clocks in Geppetto's shop, so he yells "QUIET!" They all stop. Also used by Stromboli after he imprisons Pinocchio in the cage and Pinocchio cries out to be let out.
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Shapeshifting Excludes Clothing
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Shapeshifting Excludes Clothing: Where bad boys turn into donkeys after misbehaving on Pleasure Island. We see this happen to Lampwick, as animal instincts replace his human reason, and a combination of the shape change itself, and desperate braying and bucking casts all of his clothes off.
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Pre-Violence Laughter
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Pre-Violence Laughter: When Stromboli is told by his new money-making star Pinocchio that he is "going home to his father" and "coming back tomorrow", the puppeteer breaks out laughing. Pinocchio is puzzled, then uncertainly starts laughing as well, until Stromboli suddenly thrusts him into an empty birdcage, padlocks the door shut, and tells the puppet that this will be his home from now on, and threatens to chop him into firewood, using a discarded marionette to demonstrate, once Pinocchio fails to continue making money for him.
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Everyone Calls Him
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Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": The Coachman.
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White Gloves
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White Gloves: Pinocchio has both white gloves and Four-Fingered Hands as a puppet. He loses the gloves when he becomes a real boy, as well as having a proper set of five fingers on each hand, implying that his "gloves" might actually have been wood painted white. All of the Funny Animals in the movie (Jiminy Cricket, Honest John, Gideon) also sport gloves, sometimes with holes in the fingers.
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Forgot He Was a Robot
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Forgot He Was a Robot: Pinocchio is seen blushing, turning green from cigar smoke, and shedding tears (among other things) while he's still a puppet.
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Unusually Uninteresting Sight
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Unusually Uninteresting Sight: Averted when seemingly all the fish within a mile follow behind Pinocchio and Jiminy while they search for Geppetto at the bottom of the sea. Played straight with Honest John and Gideon.
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Screw This, I'm Outta Here!
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Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Jiminy is more than a little upset to see Pinocchio enjoying himself on Pleasure Island. It doesn't help that Lampwick laughs at him. However, Jiminy changes his mind later on when he sees that the donkeys used to be boys, and goes back for Pinocchio even after he started growing a donkey's tail and ears.
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Breakout Character
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Breakout Character: Jiminy Cricket. He has become a representative of Disney second only to Mickey himself, and about on par with Tinker Bell. To a far lesser extent, Figaro the cat reappeared in some Disney shorts, usually as a pet of Minnie Mouse's and/or a foil to Pluto.
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Adaptation Name Change
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Adaptation Name Change: Mangiafuoco (Fire-eater) to Stromboli, the Fairy with Blue Hair to the Blue Fairy. Lampwick (Lucignolo) also has his name translated as "Candlewick" in some English versions of the book.
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Ear Worm
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Ear Worm: "Hi-Diddle-Dee-Dee" seems to be one In-Universe; Lampwick is heard whistling it during his time in the pool hall.
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Contrived Coincidence
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Contrived Coincidence: Works against Geppetto who searching for his son cried out for Pinocchio, but his shouting was drowned out by the thunderclap of a lightning strike. Works for the two later, when escaping Monstro who wasn't underwater and not too far offshore, otherwise their efforts would've been in vain.
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Seahorse Steed
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Seahorse Steed: Jiminy Cricket rides what appears to be a sea donkey.
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Pinocchio Syndrome
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Pinocchio Syndrome: Trope Namer and Trope Codifier.
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Bad Guys Play Pool
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Bad Guys Play Pool: One of the vices on Pleasure Island. Jiminy specifically invokes this trope, listing pool alongside the vices of drinking and smoking.
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Bad-Guy Bar
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Bad-Guy Bar: The Red Lobster Inn, where Honest John and Gideon discuss business with the Coachman.
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I Will Only Slow You Down
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I Will Only Slow You Down: After Monstro destroys their raft, Geppetto tells Pinocchio to "save yourself" as he sinks under the water. Pinocchio gives his life getting him safely to shore, and even then Geppetto, still barely conscious, continues to say it.
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Make a Wish
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Make a Wish: When you wish upon a star, makes no difference who you are...
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Karmic Jackpot
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Karmic Jackpot: The Blue Fairy remarks in her first appearance that as Geppetto has made so many others happy, he deserves to have his wish of Pinocchio becoming a real boy come true.
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Mars Needs Women
 Pinocchio / int_e4d9e13b
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Mars Needs Women: Jiminy seems to have a preference for human(ish) women.
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Super Not-Drowning Skills
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Super Not-Drowning Skills: Jiminy has no trouble breathing underwater. There are even air bubbles coming out of his mouth, somehow. This may be justified for Pinocchio, being made of wood, but then it is subverted for him anyway, as he apparently drowns a little later.
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Shadow Discretion Shot
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Shadow Discretion Shot: During Lampwick's transformation; immediately after his hands turn into hooves, we witness his shadow as he is painfully forced onto all fours, desperately screaming for his mother as he loses his ability to speak.
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Let's Get Out of Here
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Let's Get Out of Here: The words themselves aren't said, but the trope is in full effect when Pinocchio and Jiminy make their escape from Pleasure Island.
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Exact Words
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Pushed even further when he says "What do I look like, a jackass?"
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Sissy Villain
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Sissy Villain: Honest John, probably due to his Large Ham persona and the fact that he just can't stop waving his hands around.
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Jerkass
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Jerkass: Lampwick.
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 Pinocchio / int_ebfeb3d9
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"Setting Off" Song: "Hi-Diddle-Dee-Dee".
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Constantly Curious
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Constantly Curious: Pinocchio is full of questions. Although, when he doesn't know what school is, let alone what other children are, one would think one would question his ability to get to school all by himself.
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No More for Me
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No More for Me: When Pinocchio sees Lampwick start to turn into a donkey, he nervously put his mug of beer aside, then tosses away his cigar. The implication is that the drink and cigars are what's transforming Lampwick, and Pinocchio swears them off in order not to follow suit. The very image of Pinocchio putting his beer aside is the trope image.
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That Russian Squat Dance
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That Russian Squat Dance: Done by Russian puppets.
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Covert Pervert
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Covert Pervert: Jiminy Cricket, believe it or not. He shows attraction towards a number of humanoid women in the film, be it various puppets, or the Blue Fairy herself.
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Killer Gorilla
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The Coachman's hairy, shadowy minions as well. It's not clear if they're humans, anthropomorphic animals like Honest John and Gideon (probably gorillas based on their body proportions and black fur), demons, or something else. One illustration for a storybook based on the movie shows the thugs in a more well-lit scene, and it depicts them as human: they're ordinary men with hairy forearms who wear executioner's hoods. However, whether this is also the case in the original movie is still unclear.
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Mundane Utility
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Mundane Utility: After being partially turned into a donkey, Pinocchio proceeds to use his tail as a convenient piece of rope.
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Last-Second Word Swap
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Last-Second Word Swap: In the opening scene, as Jiminy stands by the fire warming his bottom, he narrates "I was warming my...".
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Serendipitous Symphony
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Serendipitous Symphony: The cuckoo clocks and the music boxes.
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Easily Forgiven
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Easily Forgiven: Pinocchio by the Blue Fairy in Stromboli's cage, after she sees through his lies and he fesses up to his mistakes.
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Underside Ride
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Underside Ride: Jiminy Cricket hitches a ride on the coach that takes children to Pleasure Island.
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Never Say
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Never Say "Die" : Zig-zagged. During Pinocchio's Disney Death, nobody refers to him as dead, simply mourning his loss. It's only when the Blue Fairy brings Pinocchio back to life as a real boy does Geppetto refer to Pinocchio as dead in a moment of absentmindedness.
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Lions and Tigers and Humans... Oh, My!
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Lions and Tigers and Humans... Oh, My!: Most people in the world are humans, but nobody bats an eye at a human-sized talking fox and cat.
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Earn Your Happy Ending
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Earn Your Happy Ending: The Blue Fairy flat-out spells it out for Pinocchio at the very beginning, and even Jiminy notes that it won't be an easy task.
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Baleful Polymorph
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Baleful Polymorph: The boys in Pleasure Island turn into jackasses and get forced into labor.
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Ball of Light Transformation
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Ball of Light Transformation: The Blue Fairy first appears as a bright light that looks like a star before taking the form of a beautiful woman. Then she departs in the same way.
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Shoo Out the Clowns
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Shoo Out the Clowns: Jiminy, Figaro and Cleo are separated from Pinocchio and Geppetto when Monstro's tail destroys their raft during the movie's climax only to safely wash up on shore once it's over.
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Have a Gay Old Time
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Have a Gay Old Time: "What do I look like, a jackass?" "Hi-Diddle-Ee-Day, an actor's life is gay." Admittedly, this was long before the word gained its modern connotations.
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Artistic License – Physics
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Artistic License – Physics: While underwater, Pinocchio floats as expected. However, once he ties a rock to himself, he suddenly stops floating and can simply walk along the sea floor, dragging the rock behind him. And then he suddenly starts floating like normal again.
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Non-Malicious Monster
 Pinocchio / int_fd1b902c
comment
While the book's counterpart of Monstro, the Terrible Dogfish, swallows Geppetto and Pinocchio, it's not portrayed as a malicious creature, but rather a wild animal uncaring of what it's causing while feeding itself, it doesn't even chase after the two when they escape (which they do more easily by taking advantage of the Dogfish sleeping with an open mouth due to its asthma).
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1.0
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1.0
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Pinocchio / int_fd1b902c
 Pinocchio / int_fe0330fb
type
Brick Joke
 Pinocchio / int_fe0330fb
comment
Brick Joke: When Jiminy is dubbed Pinocchio's conscience by the Blue Fairy, he asks her if he would get a badge, and she replies, "We'll see." Jiminy does indeed get a badge in the final scene.
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1.0
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featureConfidence
1.0
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Pinocchio / int_fe0330fb
 Pinocchio / int_ff17ccf1
type
Innocently Insensitive
 Pinocchio / int_ff17ccf1
comment
Innocently Insensitive: The Blue Fairy tells Pinocchio "Boys who won't be good might as well be wood", which seems rather harsh after Pinocchio has been told what Stromboli does to old marionettes.
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1.0
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1.0
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Pinocchio / int_ff17ccf1
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type
Pet the Dog
 Pinocchio / int_ff7f34c5
comment
Pet the Dog: At the end of "I've Got No Strings", Stromboli pats Pinocchio on the head in gratitude as the crowds throw coins at the stage. Lampwick taking Pinocchio under his wing on Pleasure Island can be seen as this too.
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Abandoned Playground / int_32a01588
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Abnormal Limb Rotation Range / int_32a01588
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Accidental Tickle Torture / int_32a01588
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Accidentally Correct Zoology / int_32a01588
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Acclaimed Flop / int_32a01588
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Achilles in His Tent / int_32a01588
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Adaptational Nice Guy / int_32a01588
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Adaptational Wealth / int_32a01588
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Adults Are More Anthropomorphic / int_32a01588
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Aesop Collateral Damage / int_32a01588
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Ain't Too Proud to Beg / int_32a01588
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Alcohol Hic / int_32a01588
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Amazing Technicolor World / int_32a01588
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Ambiguous Syntax / int_32a01588
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Ambiguously Human / int_32a01588
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Amusement Park of Doom / int_32a01588
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And Now for Someone Completely Different / int_32a01588
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Animated Musical / int_32a01588
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Apple for Teacher / int_32a01588
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Appropriate Animal Attire / int_32a01588
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Artificial Family Member / int_32a01588
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Bad Guys Play Pool / int_32a01588
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Baleful Polymorph / int_32a01588
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Ball of Light Transformation / int_32a01588
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Bare Your Midriff / int_32a01588
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Big Bad Ensemble / int_32a01588
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Big Guy, Little Guy / int_32a01588
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Big / int_32a01588
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Big, Thin, Short Trio / int_32a01588
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Birdcaged / int_32a01588
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Bit-by-Bit Transformation / int_32a01588
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Blowing Smoke Rings / int_32a01588
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Bonus Boss / int_32a01588
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Bootstrapped Theme / int_32a01588
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Brats with Slingshots / int_32a01588
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Breakout Character / int_32a01588
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Buffoonish Tomcat / int_32a01588
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But Thou Must! / int_32a01588
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Cats Are Mean / int_32a01588
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Cave Mouth / int_32a01588
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Character Title / int_32a01588
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Children Voicing Children / int_32a01588
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Christianity Is Catholic / int_32a01588
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Christmas Songs / int_32a01588
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Circus of Fear / int_32a01588
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Clam Trap / int_32a01588
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Companion Cube / int_32a01588
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Company Cross References / int_32a01588
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Conspicuously Light Patch / int_32a01588
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Cover Version / int_32a01588
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Crapsaccharine World / int_32a01588
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Creating Life Is Awesome / int_32a01588
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Cross-Dressing Voices / int_32a01588
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Crossover Ship / int_32a01588
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Cub Cues Protective Parent / int_32a01588
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Cunning Like a Fox / int_32a01588
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Cute Kitten / int_32a01588
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Dance Party Ending / int_32a01588
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Dawson Casting / int_32a01588
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Demoted to Extra / int_32a01588
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Depending on the Artist / int_32a01588
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Desolation Shot / int_32a01588
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Deus ex Machina / int_32a01588
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Digital Destruction / int_32a01588
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Disney Villain Death / int_32a01588
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Double Take / int_32a01588
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Drunken Song / int_32a01588
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Dueling Dubs / int_32a01588
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Dunce Cap / int_32a01588
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Enemy Eats Your Lunch / int_32a01588
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Enigmatic Empowering Entity / int_32a01588
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Epic Tracking Shot / int_32a01588
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Eureka Moment / int_32a01588
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Everybody Cries / int_32a01588
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Everyone Is Jesus in Purgatory / int_32a01588
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Evil Brit / int_32a01588
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Evil Duo / int_32a01588
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Exactly What It Says on the Tin / int_32a01588
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Exorcist Head / int_32a01588
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Explain, Explain... Oh, Crap! / int_32a01588
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Exposed Animal Bellybutton / int_32a01588
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Extremely Short Timespan / int_32a01588
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Eyebrow Waggle / int_32a01588
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Faceless Goons / int_32a01588
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Failed Dramatic Exit / int_32a01588
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Fairy Sexy / int_32a01588
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Fate Worse than Death / int_32a01588
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Feelies / int_32a01588
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Fisher Kingdom / int_32a01588
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Five-Second Foreshadowing / int_32a01588
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Floating in a Bubble / int_32a01588
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Follow Your Heart / int_32a01588
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For the Evulz / int_32a01588
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Foreboding Fleeing Flock / int_32a01588
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Foreign-Language Tirade / int_32a01588
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Forgot He Was a Robot / int_32a01588
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Four-Legged Insect / int_32a01588
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Free-Range Children / int_32a01588
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Freeze Sneeze / int_32a01588
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Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal / int_32a01588
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Gag Nose / int_32a01588
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Giant Eye of Doom / int_32a01588
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Gory Discretion Shot / int_32a01588
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Gosh Dang It to Heck! / int_32a01588
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Green Around the Gills / int_32a01588
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Hammerspace / int_32a01588
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Hats Off to the Dead / int_32a01588
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Heaven Above / int_32a01588
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Heavenly Blue / int_32a01588
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High-Dive Escape / int_32a01588
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Hollywood Cop Uniform / int_32a01588
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Honest Advisor / int_32a01588
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Honor Before Reason / int_32a01588
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Horrible Judge of Character / int_32a01588
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Hostility on the Set / int_32a01588
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Humanoid Abomination / int_32a01588
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Hurt Foot Hop / int_32a01588
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Hyperspace Mallet / int_32a01588
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I Am Not Weasel / int_32a01588
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I Want My Mommy! / int_32a01588
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I Will Only Slow You Down / int_32a01588
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In One Ear, Out the Other / int_32a01588
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Induced Hypochondria / int_32a01588
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Ink-Suit Actor / int_32a01588
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Ironic Nickname / int_32a01588
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Jealous Pet / int_32a01588
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Just Whistle / int_32a01588
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Kid Hero / int_32a01588
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Kindhearted Cat Lover / int_32a01588
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Left the Background Music On / int_32a01588
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Let Me at Him! / int_32a01588
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Let's Get Out of Here / int_32a01588
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Lions and Tigers and Humans... Oh, My! / int_32a01588
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Little Bit Beastly / int_32a01588
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Living Toys / int_32a01588
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Magic Realism / int_32a01588
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Magnum Opus Dissonance / int_32a01588
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Make a Wish / int_32a01588
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Mars Needs Women / int_32a01588
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Minsky Pickup / int_32a01588
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Mirror Reveal / int_32a01588
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Mona Lisa Smile / int_32a01588
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Monster Whale / int_32a01588
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Motherly Scientist / int_32a01588
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Mouth Cam / int_32a01588
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My Grandma Can Do Better Than You / int_32a01588
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Nervous Wreck / int_32a01588
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No Cartoon Fish / int_32a01588
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No Escape but Down / int_32a01588
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No More for Me / int_32a01588
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No Smoking / int_32a01588
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Nobody Here but Us Statues / int_32a01588
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Noisy Shut-Up / int_32a01588
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Non-Human Sidekick / int_32a01588
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Non-Standard Character Design / int_32a01588
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Not Now, We're Too Busy Crying over You / int_32a01588
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Oblivious Transformation / int_32a01588
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Once Upon a Time / int_32a01588
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One Dialogue, Two Conversations / int_32a01588
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One-Word Title / int_32a01588
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Onion Tears / int_32a01588
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Only the Leads Get a Happy Ending / int_32a01588
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Or My Name Isn't... / int_32a01588
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Parasol Parachute / int_32a01588
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Pauper Patches / int_32a01588
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Pillow Pistol / int_32a01588
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Pink Girl, Blue Boy / int_32a01588
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Plot-Based Voice Cancellation / int_32a01588
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Popular with Furries / int_32a01588
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Possession Presumes Guilt / int_32a01588
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Powered by a Forsaken Child / int_32a01588
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Pre-Violence Laughter / int_32a01588
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Precision F-Strike / int_32a01588
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Production Foreshadowing / int_32a01588
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Rage Against the Reflection / int_32a01588
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Rambunctious Italian / int_32a01588
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Realistic Humans, Cartoony Animals / int_32a01588
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Really Was Born Yesterday / int_32a01588
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Redundant Parody / int_32a01588
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Remake Cameo / int_32a01588
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Repeat After Me / int_32a01588
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Ribcage Stomach / int_32a01588
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Right Out of My Clothes / int_32a01588
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Robot Kid / int_32a01588
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Roguish Romani / int_32a01588
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Sadist / int_32a01588
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Satellite Character / int_32a01588
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Scare 'Em Straight / int_32a01588
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Screen-to-Stage Adaptation / int_32a01588
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Seahorse Steed / int_32a01588
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Second-Face Smoke / int_32a01588
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Second Verse Curse / int_32a01588
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Serendipitous Symphony / int_32a01588
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Shadow Discretion Shot / int_32a01588
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Shaped Like What It Sells / int_32a01588
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Shapeshifting Excludes Clothing / int_32a01588
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Shoo Out the Clowns / int_32a01588
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Shorter Means Smarter / int_32a01588
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Sidekick Song / int_32a01588
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Sidetracked by the Analogy / int_32a01588
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Signature Line / int_32a01588
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Singing Voice Dissonance / int_32a01588
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Sissy Villain / int_32a01588
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Slasher Smile / int_32a01588
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Sleeper Hit / int_32a01588
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Sliding Scale of Animal Cast / int_32a01588
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Smoking Is Not Cool / int_32a01588
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Soft Water / int_32a01588
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Somewhere, a Mammalogist Is Crying / int_32a01588
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Spark Fairy / int_32a01588
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Speak in Unison / int_32a01588
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Spelling for Emphasis / int_32a01588
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Spit Take / int_32a01588
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Spooky Kids Media / int_32a01588
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Squirrels in My Pants / int_32a01588
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Staircase Tumble / int_32a01588
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Stock Money Bag / int_32a01588
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Storybook Opening / int_32a01588
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Sudden Anatomy / int_32a01588
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Sudden Name Change / int_32a01588
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Super Not-Drowning Skills / int_32a01588
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Supernatural Gold Eyes / int_32a01588
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Surprise Creepy / int_32a01588
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Swallowed Whole / int_32a01588
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Tagline / int_32a01588
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Tasty Gold / int_32a01588
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Team Dad / int_32a01588
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That Russian Squat Dance / int_32a01588
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The Artifact / int_32a01588
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The Barnum / int_32a01588
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The Coats Are Off / int_32a01588
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The Conscience / int_32a01588
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The Corrupter / int_32a01588
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The Dreaded / int_32a01588
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The End / int_32a01588
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The Film of the Book / int_32a01588
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The Kids Are American / int_32a01588
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The Man Behind the Monsters / int_32a01588
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The Name Is Bond, James Bond / int_32a01588
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The One Who Wears Shoes / int_32a01588
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The Oner / int_32a01588
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The Scottish Trope / int_32a01588
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The Silent Bob / int_32a01588
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The Speechless / int_32a01588
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The Wicked Stage / int_32a01588
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They Look Just Like Everyone Else! / int_32a01588
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They Wasted a Perfectly Good Sandwich / int_32a01588
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Throat-Slitting Gesture / int_32a01588
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Through a Face Full of Fur / int_32a01588
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Token Minority / int_32a01588
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Toxic Friend Influence / int_32a01588
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Transplant / int_32a01588
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Triumphant Reprise / int_32a01588
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True Blue Femininity / int_32a01588
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Truly Single Parent / int_32a01588
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Tuft of Head Fur / int_32a01588
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Understatement / int_32a01588
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Unexplained Accent / int_32a01588
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Unpleasant Animal Counterpart / int_32a01588
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Victorious Chorus / int_32a01588
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Water Wake-up / int_32a01588
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Wearing It All Wrong / int_32a01588
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When the Clock Strikes Twelve / int_32a01588
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Whip It Good / int_32a01588
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White Gloves / int_32a01588
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Wonder Child / int_32a01588
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You Can Talk? / int_32a01588
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You Can Turn Back / int_32a01588
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Your Size May Vary / int_32a01588