History Characters / Pinocchio

15th Jul '17 1:10:03 AM MsCC93
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* {{Greed}}: His main motivation of selling donkeys to slavery.
12th Jul '17 9:05:24 PM MasterofGalaxies4628
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* AscendedExtra: In the original story, he was a nameless cricket who was squashed by the title character early, appeared later as a ghost and had two appearances more. In the Disney version, he was given the name Jiminy Cricket and promoted to narrator.

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* AscendedExtra: In the original story, he was a nameless cricket who was squashed by the title character early, appeared later as a ghost and had two more appearances more.after that. In the Disney version, he was given the name Jiminy Cricket and promoted to narrator.



* SpeciesSurname: Jiminy '''Cricket.''' He's a cricket, so it's expected.

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* SpeciesSurname: Jiminy '''Cricket.''' He's He ''is'' a cricket, so it's expected.



* PapaWolf: He searches everywhere for his missing son, though ironically, [[BellyOfTheWhale manages to put himself in greater harm's way and now needs rescuing himself]].

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* PapaWolf: He searches everywhere for his missing son, though ironically, he ironically [[BellyOfTheWhale manages to put himself in greater harm's way and now needs rescuing himself]].



* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: While Pinocchio, Geppetto, Cleo and Jiminy are present in the KingdomHearts series, for some reason, Figaro is not, though he did show up in the manga.

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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: While Pinocchio, Geppetto, Cleo and Jiminy are present in the KingdomHearts ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' series, for some reason, Figaro is not, though he did show up in the manga.



* CanonForeigner: This character did not appear in the book.

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* CanonForeigner: This character did not appear in the book.Unlike Jiminy and Figaro, she has no literary counterpart.



* TheVoiceless: She often reacts or responds to a situation through silent smiles and water twirls. Though we do hear a content sigh when she lies down to go to sleep, as well as coughing noises after Geppetto dips Pinocchio's burning finger into her bowl.

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* TheVoiceless: She often reacts or responds to a situation through silent smiles and water twirls. Though twirls, though we do hear a content sigh when she lies down to go to sleep, as well as coughing noises after Geppetto dips Pinocchio's burning finger into her bowl.



%%* DeusExMachina

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%%* DeusExMachina* DeusExMachina: She helps Pinocchio out twice after bringing him to life, first by magically unlocking Stromboli's cage, and then delivering a note on Gepetto's fate after he comes back from Pleasure Island. The first instance is consistent with the book, while the second was suggested by [[Creator/DisneysNineOldMen Frank Thomas]] for the sake of quickly informing Pinocchio where his father was.



* NiceGirl: Due to her role as the good fairy, she has a kind and pure heart.

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* NiceGirl: Due to her role as the good fairy, BigGood, she has a kind and pure heart.



* KarmaHoudini: He doesn't receive much punishment for conning children for personal gain.

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* KarmaHoudini: He doesn't receive much punishment for conning children for personal gain. [[WhatCouldHaveBeen A cut sequence]] had him and Gideon get caught after encountering Pinocchio a third time.



* {{Sadist}}: His sadistic glee in turns these innocent boys into these donkeys and enjoys their pain with whipping them, and also sells into their slavery.

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* {{Sadist}}: His sadistic glee He takes great pleasure in turns these turning innocent boys into these donkeys and enjoys donkeys, enjoying their pain with whipping them, and also sells selling them into their slavery.



* TheSociopath: He had no redeeming qualities whatsoever.

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* TheSociopath: He had has no redeeming qualities whatsoever.



* VileVillainSaccharineShow: While the other villains only want wealth at the end of the day, the Coachman is a devilish slavedriver who runs an [[PleasureIsland amusement park that magically turns young boys who use the attractions into donkeys]]. The ones that lose their voices are then sold to salt mine and circuses. As for the ones who ''can'' still talk... well, they're put in cages, and we don't know what happens to them after that. It seems that none of them are ever human or see their homes again, though. [[KarmaHoudini And he gets away with it, too!]] Which is unique, considering [[TheGoodGuysAlwaysWin every other villain falls to the hero.]] It is also implied that from his NightmareFace that he isn't [[HumanoidAbomination completely]] [[{{Satan}} human]]. This may be because of his choice of targets: Bad boys who should be at school, making him some [[KarmicTransformation karmic]] boogeyman.

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* VileVillainSaccharineShow: While the other villains Honest John, Gideon, and Stromboli only want wealth at the end of the day, the Coachman is a devilish slavedriver who runs an [[PleasureIsland amusement park that magically turns young boys who use the attractions into donkeys]]. The ones that lose their voices are then sold to salt mine and circuses. As for the ones who ''can'' still talk... well, they're put in cages, penned up on Pleasure Island, and we don't know what happens to them after that. It seems that none of them are ever human or see their homes again, though. [[KarmaHoudini And he gets away with it, too!]] Which is unique, considering [[TheGoodGuysAlwaysWin every other villain falls to the hero.]] It is also implied that from his NightmareFace that he isn't [[HumanoidAbomination completely]] [[{{Satan}} human]]. This may be because of his choice of targets: Bad boys who should be at school, making him some [[KarmicTransformation karmic]] boogeyman.



* ItCanThink: Pretending to be asleep in order to catch the school of tuna, [[PsychoticSmirk while grinning evilly to himself]]. Trying to intercept Pinocchio and Geppetto's escape course during the chase and smashing up their raft to slow them down.

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* ItCanThink: Pretending to be asleep in order to catch the school of tuna, [[PsychoticSmirk while grinning evilly to himself]]. Trying himself]], and trying to intercept Pinocchio and Geppetto's escape course during the chase and smashing up their raft to slow them down.



* NamedByTheAdaptation: In the book he was just known as The Terrible Dogfish.

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* NamedByTheAdaptation: In the book book, he was just known as The Terrible Dogfish.
12th Jul '17 8:00:39 PM annette12
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* LaughablyEvil: Really, Stromboli can be quite entertaining with his hammy Italian accent and rants of {{angrish}}.



* LaughablyEvil: Really, Stromboli can be quite entertaining with his hammy Italian accent and rants of {{angrish}}.
11th Jul '17 12:19:59 PM MsCC93
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* SpeciesSurname: Jiminy '''Cricket.''' He's a cricket, so it's expected.
7th Jul '17 10:49:21 AM DoctorCooper
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* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: In the novel, she is portrayed as having, well, blue hair.
7th Jul '17 10:23:45 AM DoctorCooper
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* AscendedExtra: 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.

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* AdaptationalNiceGuy: The Cricket in the book is not as cheerful and pleasant as this version; the former was rather blunt when scolding Pinocchio.
* AscendedExtra: In the original story, he was a nameless cricket who was squashed by the title character early on and early, appeared later as a ghost.ghost and had two appearances more. In the Disney version, he was given the name Jiminy Cricket and promoted to narrator.
6th Jul '17 6:11:19 PM BarbarousNeonate
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* {{Sadist}}: Forces Pinocchio to provides a uncomparable in order to make money.

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* {{Sadist}}: Forces He forces Pinocchio to provides a uncomparable in order to make money.
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* {{Sadist}}: Forces Pinocchio to provides uncomparable in order to make money.

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* {{Sadist}}: Forces Pinocchio to provides a uncomparable in order to make money.
6th Jul '17 6:03:18 PM BarbarousNeonate
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* Sadist: Forces Pinocchio to provides uncomparable in order to make money.

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* Sadist: {{Sadist}}: Forces Pinocchio to provides uncomparable in order to make money.
6th Jul '17 6:02:39 PM BarbarousNeonate
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* Sadist: Forces Pinocchio to provides uncomparable in order to make money.
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