History YMMV / Pinocchio

19th Oct '17 2:06:02 PM BURGINABC
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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: There's a common theory that the Coachman is a KarmicTrickster, a red wearing EvilCounterpart to the Blue Fairy. While she has children learn from their misdeeds and sends them towards redemption, he punishes them for their stupidity and misdeeds by transforming them into donkeys. His nightmare face, which involves contortions that a normal human face simply can't do, implies that he might be a supernatural creature, like the Blue Fairy.

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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: There's a common theory that the Coachman is a KarmicTrickster, a red wearing EvilCounterpart to the Blue Fairy. While she has children learn from their misdeeds and sends them towards redemption, he punishes them for their stupidity and misdeeds by transforming them into donkeys. His nightmare face, which involves contortions that a normal human face simply can't do, implies is taken by some to imply that he might be a supernatural creature, like the Blue Fairy.
19th Oct '17 2:04:20 PM BURGINABC
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** Playing pool is treated as a vice on par with drinking and smoking. Nowadays, it's considered a respectable game of skill that people of any age can take part in and have fun.

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** Playing pool pool, due to its association with gambling, is treated as a vice on par with drinking and smoking. Nowadays, it's considered a respectable game of skill that people of any age can take part in and have fun.
19th Oct '17 2:02:44 PM BURGINABC
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*** Him and his big, fat [[PrecisionFStrike ass]].

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*** Him and his big, fat [[PrecisionFStrike ass]].ass.
19th Oct '17 1:48:31 PM BURGINABC
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* AdaptationDisplacement:
** Be honest, how many of you have actually read the book? A weird case in that most people do realize that this movie is based on a children's novel, they've just never bothered actually reading it or anything.
** Averted in its native Italy, where the book is still pretty well-known and read.

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* AdaptationDisplacement:
** Be honest, how many of you have actually read
AdaptationDisplacement: In English-speaking countries at least, the book? A weird case in that most people do realize that this movie is based on a children's novel, they've just never bothered actually reading it or anything.
** Averted
much more well-known than the book, though this does not apply in its native Italy, where the book is still pretty well-known and read.Italy.
18th Oct '17 6:41:07 AM BURGINABC
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** Even from Pinocchio's perspective rather than Gepetto's, It comes across less as a conventional morality play about virtuous living than as an UnbuiltTrope version of TooSmartForStrangers, since his only real fault is being too gullible and falling for the tricks of those who want to exploit him.

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** Even from Pinocchio's perspective rather than Gepetto's, It it comes across less as a conventional morality play about virtuous living than as an UnbuiltTrope version of TooSmartForStrangers, since his only real fault is being too gullible and falling for the tricks of those who want to exploit him.
18th Oct '17 6:40:31 AM BURGINABC
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* AccidentalAesop: Walk with your kids to school to make sure they don't run off or get kidnapped by strangers.

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* AccidentalAesop: AccidentalAesop:
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Walk with your kids to school to make sure they don't run off or get kidnapped by strangers.strangers.
** Even from Pinocchio's perspective rather than Gepetto's, It comes across less as a conventional morality play about virtuous living than as an UnbuiltTrope version of TooSmartForStrangers, since his only real fault is being too gullible and falling for the tricks of those who want to exploit him.
11th Oct '17 11:02:27 PM BURGINABC
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: A prolonged sequence of Jiminy getting annoyed at all the noise going on in Gepetto's worshop preventing him from falling asleep is {{Padding}} at its purest. Shortly afterwards, he and Pinocchio have a musical number in which the former teaches the latter how to whistle. To be honest, Pinocchio ''does'' make use of this particular skill once later on but it serves him no good, making it absolutely pointless as a result.
11th Oct '17 10:55:24 PM BURGINABC
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** Don't be an actor. They have no conscience.
*** [[SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped It's not a wrong one]].
27th Sep '17 7:31:21 AM hullflyer
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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: There's a common theory that the Coachman is a KarmicTrickster, a red wearing EvilCounterpart to the Blue Fairy. While she has children learn from their misdeeds and sends them towards redemption, he punishes them for their stupidity and misdeeds by transforming them into donkeys. His nightmare face implies that he might be a supernatural creature, like the Blue Fairy.

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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: There's a common theory that the Coachman is a KarmicTrickster, a red wearing EvilCounterpart to the Blue Fairy. While she has children learn from their misdeeds and sends them towards redemption, he punishes them for their stupidity and misdeeds by transforming them into donkeys. His nightmare face, which involves contortions that a normal human face simply can't do, implies that he might be a supernatural creature, like the Blue Fairy.
26th Sep '17 10:32:49 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* RetroactiveRecognition: Averted. In the 1951 German dub, Lampwick was voiced by Creator/HorstBuchholz, who was not yet famous. Sadly, the 1951 German dub is lost.
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