History Disney / Pinocchio

2nd Dec '16 9:59:46 AM Hedging
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* InNameOnly: Apart from a handful of characters and a few basic plot elements, the film really doesn't have much to do with the original novel by Collodi, arguably for the better.
29th Nov '16 4:07:55 PM harryhenry
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* TakeThat: "What does an actor want with a conscience anyway?"

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"What does an actor want with a conscience anyway?"anyway?"
** Some have interpreted the way Pleasure Island is depicted as reflecting Walt's view on what Amusement Parks were like at the time.
22nd Nov '16 1:10:59 PM darkchiefy
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* TuftOfHeadFur: Figaro the kitten has a tuft of fur on the back of his head.
16th Oct '16 3:57:54 PM schoi30
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** Monstro the whale resembles a sperm whale, but 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 lining, which is a trait of baleen whales. He is also seen sleeping at the bottom of the ocean. Whales don't sleep that way, or else they would drown.

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** Monstro the whale resembles a sperm whale, but 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 lining, which is a trait of baleen whales. He is also seen sleeping at the bottom of the ocean. Whales don't sleep that way, or else they would drown. Although it's eventually revealed he's just pretending to sleep so he can ambush passing schools of fish.
13th Oct '16 2:55:52 PM schoi30
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** Monstro the whale resembles a sperm whale, but has teeth on both jaws, when real sperm whale only have teeth on their lower jaw. He is also seen sleeping at the bottom of the ocean. Whales don't sleep that way, or else they would drown.
*** Perhaps Monstro is the last surviving member of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Livyatan_melvillei an ancient species of sperm whale]] that ''did'' have teeth on both jaws—the largest predatory teeth ever found, making it more than a match for the {{Megalodon}}. (Although said fossil whale would still need to breathe air.)

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** Monstro the whale resembles a sperm whale, but 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.jaw. He also has belly lining, which is a trait of baleen whales. He is also seen sleeping at the bottom of the ocean. Whales don't sleep that way, or else they would drown.
*** Perhaps Monstro is the last surviving member of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Livyatan_melvillei an ancient species of sperm whale]] that ''did'' have teeth on both jaws—the largest predatory teeth ever found, making it more than a match for the {{Megalodon}}. (Although said fossil whale would still lack belly lining and have the need to breathe air.)
20th Sep '16 1:12:06 PM maxwellsilver
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-->-- [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic The opening theme]], and [[BootstrappedTheme the theme of Disney as a whole]].

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-->-- [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic The opening theme]], theme, and [[BootstrappedTheme the theme of Disney as a whole]].
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There is an unofficial sequel titled ''WesternAnimation/PinocchioAndTheEmperorOfTheNight'', as well as a [[LicensedGame licensed]] PlatformGame released in 1995 for the UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem, UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis and UsefulNotes/GameBoy. In TheNineties, Disney created a MadeForTVMovie musical, ''Film/{{Geppetto}}'', that switched the P.O.V. character to that of the toymaker and focused on his CharacterDevelopment as he learns how to be a good father. Featuring songs from the original alongside new Creator/StephenSchwartz numbers, it was [[ScreenToStageAdaptation adapted for the amateur theater circuit]] as ''My Son Pinocchio'' in TheNewTens.

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There is an unofficial sequel titled ''WesternAnimation/PinocchioAndTheEmperorOfTheNight'', as well as a [[LicensedGame licensed]] licensed PlatformGame released in 1995 for the UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem, UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis and UsefulNotes/GameBoy. In TheNineties, Disney created a MadeForTVMovie musical, ''Film/{{Geppetto}}'', that switched the P.O.V. character to that of the toymaker and focused on his CharacterDevelopment as he learns how to be a good father. Featuring songs from the original alongside new Creator/StephenSchwartz numbers, it was [[ScreenToStageAdaptation adapted for the amateur theater circuit]] circuit as ''My Son Pinocchio'' in TheNewTens.
12th Aug '16 2:39:30 AM axle-k89
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* MoodWhiplash: The donkey transformation scene, in-universe. Lampwick doesn't realize it's happening to him until he laughs and it becomes a bray. [[OhCrap Seconds later, when he ''does'' realize what's going on...]]

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* MoodWhiplash: The donkey transformation scene, in-universe. Lampwick doesn't realize it's happening to him until he laughs and it becomes a bray. [[OhCrap Seconds later, when he ''does'' does realize what's going on...]]
12th Aug '16 2:38:26 AM axle-k89
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* MoodWhiplash: The donkey transformation scene, in-universe. Lampwick doesn't realize it's happening to him until he laughs and it becomes a bray. [[OhCrap Seconds later, when he ''does'' realize what's going on...]]


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** 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...
5th Aug '16 6:47:16 PM MHarrington
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* HonestJohnsDealership: TropeCodifier.

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* HonestJohnsDealership: Honest John is the TropeCodifier.


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-->'''Honest John:''' ''(muffled from his hat)'' GET ME OUT OF HERE!!!
22nd Jul '16 12:29:37 PM JoieDeCombat
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** On Pleasure Island, young boys were turned into donkeys, shipped off and forced into labor, the parents not knowing what happened to their sons and if they did find them, they wouldn't have recognized their own kid, seeing how they are now stuck as donkeys.
** And a subtler example from the same includes the moment when Geppetto puts on his coat to go out in the pouring rain to look for Pinocchio who never returned home from school. 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.

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** On Pleasure Island, young boys were turned into donkeys, shipped off Geppetto's son goes to school and forced into labor, the parents not knowing what happened to their sons and if they did find them, they wouldn't have recognized their own kid, seeing how they are now stuck as donkeys.
** And a subtler example from the same includes the moment when Geppetto puts on his coat to go out in the pouring rain to look for Pinocchio who never returned home from school.
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.
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