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[[folder: Pinocchio]]
-> '''Voiced by:''' Dickie Jones

The young puppet protagonist, given life by the Blue Fairy. If he proves himself brave, truthful, and unselfish, then he will one day become a real boy.
* AdaptationalHeroism: His literary counterpart was little more than a BrattyHalfPint and a {{Jerkass}}. Here, Pinocchio is little more than an innocent and easily misguided CheerfulChild.
* {{Adorkable}}: His naive and childlike demeanor makes him endearing.
* AnimateInanimateObject: He's a puppet that can move on his own.
* AttentionDeficitOohShiny: Oooh, a candle...
* BadassAdorable: He is implied to be the only child to have ever escaped the Coachman's clutches.
* CharacterDevelopment: Once he is given life by the Blue Fairy, Pinocchio acts his age; he is very whimsical, childlike, naive, and impressionable. Because of his youthful ignorance, he can be seen as rather mischievous and often lands himself into trouble, albeit unintentionally. This is seen several times throughout the film, and the trait, unfortunately, makes Pinocchio an easy pawn in the schemes or motivations of various antagonists. Even so, as the film progresses, Pinocchio notably learns from experiences and takes them into account; eventually becoming selfless, sensible, brave, and obtaining impressive leadership qualities.
* ConstantlyCurious: Try to explain a simple concept like sleeping to Pinocchio, and he will ask "why" until there are no explanations left.
* {{Determinator}}: Towards the film's climax, he faced off against a whale as big as a castle to protect his father.
* FourFingeredHands: Due to being a puppet.
* HeroicSacrifice: He sacrifices himself to help his father Geppetto.
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: What typically gets him into trouble.
* KidHero: He's the main protagonist.
* MeaningfulName: Pinocchio's name means "Pine Seed" in Italian. This means that he is definitely made of pine wood, and the Blue Fairy also called him "little puppet made of pine" before bringing him to life.
* MoralityPet: To [[BrattyHalfPint Lampwick]]; the young delinquent may have been a bad influence on Pinocchio, but he did genuinely like him.
* NiceGuy: Happy-go-lucky, brave, innocent, sweet, and carefree.
* NiceHat: Never seen without his hat; it's a yellow one with a red feather.
* OutsideTheBoxTactic: He employs a plan crazy enough to work towards the end.
* PinocchioNose: TropeNamer, Pinocchio's nose increasing in size whenever he lies.
* PinocchioSyndrome: TropeNamer and TropeCodifier. He's a puppet who wants to be a real boy.
* PursuedProtagonist: Everyone's out to get him.
* PyroManiac: Granted it was a necessity to escape Monstro's clutches, but crazily surreal considering he's ''made of wood''.

[[folder: Jiminy Cricket]]
-> '''Voiced by:''' Cliff Edwards

A homeless cricket who takes the job of being Pinocchio's conscience, giving him moral advice... which is usually ignored.
* 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.
* BreakoutCharacter: He has become a representative of Disney second only to Mickey himself, and about on par with Tinker Bell.
* BullyingADragon: Starts name-calling Monstro "blubbermouth" and "big moose". Monstro doesn't even notice him.
* CharacterDevelopment: Prior to meeting Pinocchio, Jiminy was sort of a realist and did not believe in fairy tales and wishes. Of course, after the adventure with him and the little wooden boy, Jiminy's view of the world changed greatly.
* TheConscience: TropeCodifier. The conscience to the title character.
* CovertPervert: He 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.
%%* FourFingeredHands
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: First in ragged street clothes, then in a dapper black tux for the remainder of the film.
* HonestAdvisor: Acts like this to Pinocchio.
* MarsNeedsWomen: Jiminy seems to have a preference for human(ish) women.
* MoralityChain: As Pinocchio's conscience, it's his job to guide him along the straight and narrow.
* NiceGuy: Being an official conscience, Jiminy is rather wise and optimistic. He can be a bit aggressive when upset, but means well.
* NiceHat: His top hat.
* NotSoAboveItAll: For all his attempts to keep Pinnochio on the straight and narrow, he's shown to have some problems with keeping his Pride and Lust under control. His first question when being assigned to be Pinnochio's conscience is if he gets a ''badge.'' It's worth noting, though, that Jiminy's [[CharacterDevelopment character changes]] over the course of the film--he gradually becomes more interested in Pinocchio's well-being, to the point where he's willing to risk his life to travel with him when the puppet goes looking for Monstro. Tellingly, at the end of the movie, he steps outside to speak with the Blue Fairy--not to demand a reward, but sincerely thank her for her kindness.
* PunnyName: The name is a play on the exclamation "Jiminy Cricket!", a minced oath for "Jesus Christ" .
* SignificantMonogram: No coincidence, since his name comes from a Bowdlerisation of Jesus Christ.
* SnarkyNonHumanSidekick: Considered by many to be not only the first Non Human Disney sidekick in a long line of many, but also the first wise cracking sidekick who used (what was at the time) modern humor and colloquialisms.
* SparedByTheAdaptation: More or less. In the book he was killed early, having another appearance as a ghost and his two other appearancs he is fine again.
* UndyingLoyalty: Even though he sometimes gets exasperated by Pinocchio, he doesn't hesitate to follow him into whatever dangers he ends up in.
-->'''Jiminy:''' "I might be live bait down there, but I'm with you!"

[[folder: Mister Geppetto]]
-> '''Voiced by:''' Christian Rub

A kindly old woodcutter and toymaker who was never able to have a son of his own. One night, he wishes upon a star, and Pinocchio comes to life.
* AdaptationPersonalityChange: Here, he is a full-on NiceGuy, but in the book, not so much; although Geppetto was still a loving father in the book.
* AdaptationalBadass: A subtle one. In the original Italian story of ''Pinocchio'', Geppetto was depicted as a woodcarver on hard times, so poor he can't even afford wood for a fire, so he paints one in his fireplace! Here, he is a GadgeteerGenius when it comes to woodcarving and it's never once implied he's having a hard time.
* BadassGrandpa: The scene where Monstro eats the tuna is a fishing opportunity. This is born out of desperation, but it's still a pretty cool moment.
* BumblingDad: He's a bit absent-minded.
* CoolOldGuy: Geppetto is a genius woodcarver and also appears to have some musical talent, as he not only creates a number of music boxes, but is seen playing a concertina. He is also a kid man who enjoys bringing happiness to others.
* DoomedDefeatist: He's tried and failed to escape Monstro so many times, he's convinced himself [[SuicideMission its impossible]], even in the face of his son's determination and optimism.
* DotingParent: He doesn't care Pinocchio has gone and slightly-transformed himself into a donkey, so long as they're still together, is all that really matters.
* ForHappiness: All his life Geppetto has brought so much happiness to others, the Blue Fairy herself admitted he ''deserved'' to have his wish granted.
* GadgeteerGenius: If even half of the objects in his workshop are his creations, then he is truly a master of miniature mechanics and clockwork.
* TheHermit: He lives alone with his kitten Figaro and goldfish Cleo.
* KindheartedCatLover: He has a kitten named Figaro, whom he does love, although early on, he uses the not-yet-brought-to-life Pinocchio to playfully torment the kitten.
* NiceGuy: His kindness and generosity get him noticed by the Blue Fairy.
* 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]].

[[folder: Figaro]]
-> '''Voiced by:''' Mel Blanc

Pinocchio and Geppetto's pet cat. Outside of Pinocchio, he's also Minnie Mouse's pet cat.
* AdaptationalHeroism: Whenever Figaro is seen in any modern Disney merchandise or cartoon, he acts more kind and nice compared to how he acted in the film and some of his shorts. Especially in Minnie's Bow Toons.
* AscendedExtra: He is based of a cat that Geppetto had in the book, which was mentioned when Pinocchio lost his feet.
* BreakoutCharacter: Figaro is one of the earliest Disney characters to gain popularity next to DonaldDuck that don't feature Mickey.. After Pinocchio, Figaro got his own series of shorts in the mid 40's along with Pluto.
* CatsAreMean: 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.
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: While Pinocchio, Geppetto, Cleo and Jiminy are present in the KingdomHearts series, for some reason, Figaro is not present, he did show up in the manga though.
* CuteKitten: One of the earliest Disney cats from the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon minus the kittens from "Three Orphan Kittens".
* GoodAngelBadAngel: Yes, even Figaro has his version at least in the [[https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mR_WJ_oJQI0 "Figaro & Frankie" short]]. Unlike Pluto or Donald, Figaro has a male angel while the bad angel isn't present. Possibly because the bad angel is already controlling Figaro's mind and thoughts.
* NamedByTheAdaptation: In the book, Geppetto's cat didn't have a name.
* SilentSnarker: While he isn't silent, he does express emotions around Pinocchio, Cleo and Geppetto.

[[folder: Cleo]]
->'''Voiced by:''' N/A

Pinocchio and Geppetto's pet goldfish.
* CanonForeigner: This character did not appear in the book.
* {{Foil}}: To Figaro, this is most notable in the "Figaro and Cleo" short.
* GenderBlenderName: Her name can also be a male's name.
* NiceGirl: Affectionate, innocent, sweet, and loyal.
* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: She's a very cute-looking and feminine goldfish.
* TertiarySexualCharacteristics: She has what appears to be lipstick and eyeshadow.
* TheVoiceless: She often reacting or responding to a situation through silent smiles and water twirls. Though we do hear Cleo's coughing noises after Gephetto dips Pinocchio's hand into her bowl.

[[folder: Blue Fairy]]
-> '''Voiced by:''' Evelyn Venable

She is a magical being who, fulfilling Geppetto's wish, transforms Pinocchio into a living being and later into a real boy. She also aids Pinocchio and Jiminy Cricket throughout their adventures, both directly and from afar.
* AdaptationDyeJob: In the original novel, the Blue Fairy had turquoise/blue hair. In the Disney version, her hair is blonde while her dress is blue.
* BlueIsHeroic: She wears a sparkling blue dress and acts as the BigGood.
* DemotedToExtra: Her role in the film is significantly downplayed in favor of Jiminy Cricket's.
%%* DeusExMachina
* FairyGodmother: She is a magical being who, fulfilling Geppetto's wish, transforms Pinocchio into a living creature and later into a real boy.
* FairySexy: A slender fair-skinned blonde that wears an elegant glittery blue dress. When she offers the position of conscience to Jiminy Cricket he is somewhat dumbstruck by her beauty. Additionally she was modeled after Creator/JeanHarlow, noted blonde bombshell of the era.
* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: Blonde, beautiful, angelic.
* NiceGirl: Due to her role as the good fairy, she has a kind and pure heart.
* OurFairiesAreDifferent: She appears as a full sized woman with exceptionally large wings. Naturally she's dressed in blue.
* StatuesqueStunner: Jiminy Cricket is not very good at disguising his attraction towards her.
* SupernaturalAid: Note, in the original story, the puppet came to life of his own accord.
* TrueBlueFemininity: Her dress. In the novel she is portrayed as having blue hair.


[[folder: Honest John]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Walter Catlett

A sly anthropomorphic red fox and one of the antagonists, who tricks Pinocchio twice in the film.
* AllThereInTheManual: See MeaningfulName below.
* AmusingInjuries: Getting his head jammed within his own squashed hat.
* BarefootCartoonAnimal: He wears spats, but no shoes.
* BookDumb: Not very educated but certainly StreetSmart. For someone who is not even able to spell "Pinocchio", he's fairly [[CunningLikeAFox smart and clever]].
* CunningLikeAFox: As to be expected from a cartoon one.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: He's 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 young boys to Pleasure Island, he's absolutely horrified. And when the Coachman assures them that the boys won't return as themselves and makes a NightmareFace for emphasis, the fox cowers in fear.
* FauxAffablyEvil: As to be expected from a conman.
%%* FourFingeredHands
* HonestJohnsDealership: TropeNamer. A fox that cheated Pinocchio on several occasions.
* IronicNickname: He is called "Honest" John in the actual film.
* KarmaHoudini: He doesn't receive much punishment for conning children for personal gain.
* LargeHam: Honest John's flamboyant gesturing.
* LoveableRogue: Downplayed. He is cool and charming enough to be [[LikableVillain likable]], but he's clearly [[FauxAffablyEvil not supposed to be a sympathetic character.]]
* MeaningfulName: [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast J. Worthington Foulfellow]].
* NiceHat: An old top hat.
* ProfessionalKiller: "Honest" John is implied to be this as he says to the Coachman "Who do I have to (makes throat slashing motion)"; his book counterpart was one too.
* SissyVillain: Probably due to his Large Ham persona and the fact that he just can't stop waving his hands around.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: With Gideon.
* VillainSong: "An Actor's Life For Me". It's cheerful, but it's sung by Honest John to convince Pinocchio to become an actor.
* VillainousFriendship: With his BumblingSidekick Gideon, obviously. Also, both of them appear to be on friendly terms with the Coachman, and probably with Stromboli as well.

[[folder: Gideon]]
-> '''Voiced by:''' Creator/MelBlanc

Honest John's mute and crafty anthropomorphic feline sidekick.
* BarefootCartoonAnimal: Like his boss.
* BareYourMidriff: Rare male example.
* BumblingSidekick: To Honest John.
* CatsAreMean: Gideon is a cat and, like his boss, a bad guy.
%%* FourFingeredHands
* NiceHat: Like John he wears an old top hat.
* SmashMook: He wields an enormous mallet.
* TheSilentBob: Apart from his three hiccups, Gideon is mute.
* TheSpeechless: He was originally meant to be voiced by Mel Blanc, but in the end all of his dialogue was cut, and Blanc's only contribution to a Disney movie was a hiccup.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: With Honest John.
* WhenAllYouHaveIsAHammer: He's mute, so he prefers to let his huge wooden mallet do the talking when Honest John's diplomacy looks like its about to fail.
* ViolenceIsTheOnlyOption: Either he clobbers someone, or John clobbers him for trying to.

[[folder: Stromboli]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Charles Judels

-->''"And when you are growing too old, you will make good...FIREWOOD!"''

A large, sinister, bearded Italian puppet-maker who forces Pinocchio to perform onstage in order to make money.
* AdaptationalVillainy: The puppeteer in the original story, although still intimidating, [[PetTheDog was talked out of burning Pinocchio and gave him some coins to help Geppetto out]].
* {{Angrish}}: Stromboli unleashes quite a bit of this.
* BaldOfEvil: Half bald, in this case.
* BeardOfEvil: A long black beard.
* BigBadEnsemble: With Monstro and the Coachman.
* EvilIsHammy: "Going-a home-a to your father!" He's a villain in a Disney movie, after all.
* FatBastard: Very fat and definitely a {{Jerkass}}.
* FauxAffablyEvil: He first appears to be a short-tempered but pleasant funny guy, but as Pinocchio discovers after the show finishes, he's actually a cruel FatBastard.
* FacePalm: "Going-a home-a to your father! Be back in the morning!", ''No you're not''.
* ForeignLanguageTirade: He goes into a basically unintelligible rant in Italian when counting the coins thrown on stage and finding a metal washer.
* {{Greed}}: His motivation for threatening Pinocchio.
* GreedyJew: Despite being Italian, seems to be the model of this.[[labelnote:Actually...]] The GreedyJew stereotype first appeared in Italy, as it was the banking center (and therefore usury center) of Europe for the Middle Ages and early Renaissance. This can be seen in Shakespeare's ''Merchant of Venice.''[[/labelnote]]
* HairTriggerTemper: He curses in Italian when he gets upset.
* KarmaHoudini: 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.
* TheShowMustGoOn: Even he appreciates in the midst of Pinocchio's bumbling, this is live entertainment - the show must go on at all costs.

[[folder: The Coachman]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Charles Judels

-->''"Give a bad boy enough rope, and he'll soon make a jackass of himself."''

The devious and sadistic owner and operator of Pleasure Island, who enjoys turning unruly boys into donkeys.
* AmbiguouslyHuman: He at one point gives a NightmareFace to Honest John and Gideon that makes him resemble the devil.
* AxCrazy: Shown when he's tells Honest John and Gideon about his business.
* BadBoss: He's pretty cruel to his henchmen. See WhipItGood.
* BigBadEnsemble: With Monstro and Stromboli
* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep: Only known as "The Coachman".
* EvilBrit: A pure evil brit.
* EvilLaugh: During his meeting with Honest John and Gideon.
* EvilOldFolks: In this case, pure evil.
%%* FascinatingEyebrow
* FatBastard: UpToEleven. He's not fat and mean, he's actually obese and evil.
* FauxAffablyEvil: Far more so than Honest John and Gideon.
* FourFingeredHands: Overlapping with Ambiguously Human, his four fingers distinguishes him from the other human characters.
* KarmaHoudini: Though you do get to fight him and give him a DisneyVillainDeath in the [[UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem SNES]] game.
* KnightOfCerebus: He turns children into donkeys for his own benefit. Granted, Stromboli is pretty mean too, and Monstro is scary, but they can't match the Coachman for pure evil.
* NiceHat: The only thing nice about him, apparently.
* NightmareFace: Red with a SlasherSmile and large eyes
* SatanicArchetype: Taken to the extreme, as it's implied that he is ''literally the Devil''.
* SlasherSmile: They never come back... as '''''BOYS!!!'''''
* SuddenNameChange: Was actually referred as "Barker" in the film's subtitles when he finally brings several boys which he kidnapped (including Pinocchio himself) to Pleasure Island. However, the subtitles start to refer him as "Coachman" again when he and some gorilla-demon-looking-things start to round the now-transformed boys into crates headed for either the salt mines or the circus.
* TheyLookJustLikeEveryoneElse: Part of what makes this character so terrifying by Disney villain standards is that he basically looks like a normal, grandfatherly old man. There's no clear visual indication of his evil until he makes his NightmareFace.
* VileVillainSaccharineShow: While the other villains only want wealth at the end of the day, the Coachman is a devilish slavedriver who runs an [[AmusementParkOfDoom 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 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]] bogeyman.
* WhipItGood: He whips his own minions.
* WouldHurtAChild: He transforms children into donkeys.

[[folder: Lampwick]]
->'''Voiced by:''' Frankie Darro

A naughty boy that Pinocchio befriends on his way to Pleasure Island.
* BalefulPolymorph: [[spoiler:Turned into a donkey and sent off to the salt mines.]]
* TheCorrupter: To Pinocchio; Lampwick gets Pinocchio to start fights, smoke, break things, and play pool.
* EvilCounterpart: To Pinochhio. While not exactly "evil", Lampwick is a {{jerkass}}, BrattyHalfPint version of the naive, NiceGuy Pinocchio.
* EvilRedhead: Although he isn't evil, just a Jerkass and all-around mischief-maker.
* {{Jerkass}}: Arrogant, rude, mischievous, and cocky.
* JerkJock: He can be considered a jock as he was able to shoot a pool ball from an awkward angle and somehow was able to cause the cue ball to make a group of pool balls stack on top of each other.
* NiceHat: A bowler hat with a single feather in it.
* PetTheDog: Despite his bratty nature, he does genuinely like Pinocchio.
* ShadowArchetype: To Pinocchio. Lampwick represents what Pinocchio could be if he didn't have a conscience.
* SparedByTheAdaptation: In the books, Lampwick dies from hunger and exhaustion after being overworked. We do not see his fate in the film.
* TemptingFate: "What do I look like, [[spoiler:a ''[[ExactWords jackass]]''?]]"
* ToxicFriendInfluence: He encourages Pinocchio to behave much like the other children on Pleasure Island.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: It was never shown onscreen what happened to Lampwick, who was likely caught and sold by the evil Coachman. Though it is possible he escaped the island.

[[folder: Monstro the Whale]]
-> '''Voiced by:''' Thurl Ravenscroft

Monstro is an enormous sperm whale and the antagonist in the third act.
%%* {{Acrofatic}}
* AlwaysABiggerFish: One of the songs lyrics dropped from the final theatrical production states [[KrakenAndLeviathan he's the whale that swallowed the whale that swallowed whale that swallowed Jonah]].
* BellyOfTheWhale: Pinocchio literally heads into his belly, in order to rescue his father Geppetto.
* BerserkButton: His prey escaping him.
* BigBadEnsemble: With Stromboli and the Coachman
* CaptainErsatz: Of Literature/MobyDick.
* TheDreaded: All the undersea creatures are terrified of him. [[SpeakOfTheDevil Just the mere mention of his name sends them into a panic]].
* ExtremeOmnivore: He eats anything, ''even ships''.
* FinalBoss: The last villain to be faced in the movie.
* GiantEqualsInvincible: He just smashes through anything in his path, like a living force of nature.
* InformedSpecies: Monstro doesn't look like any real species of whale. The closest possible match, ''[[RealLife Livyatan Melvillei]]'' is nowhere near the same category of scale. He has the underbelly of a blue 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.
%%* HairTriggerTemper
* 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.
%%* LightningBruiser
* NonMaliciousMonster: He's not evil or sadistic unlike Stromboli or the Coachman. He's just an hungry whale who's following his instincts.
* PunnyName: Monstro the (horrifying) Whale.
%%* RoaringRampageOfRevenge
%%* SeaMonster
* SomewhereAMammalogistIsCrying: Monstro's insides look ''nothing'' like a sea mammals.
* TragicMonster: A possible interpretation
* UncertainDoom: He fails to recapture Pinocchio and Geppetto, smashing headlong into the cliff-shore, [[SuperToughness but given his extreme size and returning back to his normal shape in the last few frames]], whether he perished or not is hotly debated and open to contention.
* VillainousBreakdown: Monstro during the climax in a rather terrifying way. Though seeing as two people just ''lit a huge fire inside him'', you'd think its understandable that he'd be pissed, but no, [[SuperToughness all this act does is merely make him sneeze]]. When he realizes two people just escaped from his belly, ''[[RoaringRampageOfRevenge he truly flips out]]''. He gets more terrible and wrathful the more they dodge him and get closer to shore, [[UnstoppableRage so much so, he doesn't even care he's about to crash into a landmass]].


[[folder: Alexander]]
-> '''Voiced by:''' Dickie Jones

He was a naughty boy who went to Pleasure Island. Like all of the other boys who went there, he did all kinds of bad behavior, such as fighting, smoking, drinking and gambling (to name a few).
* BalefulPolymorph: The Coachman won't allow him to leave Pleasure Island, [[FridgeLogic obviously as he can still talk]]. His fate to work there for the rest of his life, paying for the fun he had.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He's a troublemaker and that's exactly what got him into this mess. But deep down he loves his mother, so his transformation into a donkey isn't complete, and unlike Lampwick and the majority of the bad boys on Pleasure Island, can still talk.
* NiceHat: A white sailor hat.
* SacrificialLamb: Was intended as this, but his other scene was cut out. Originally there was going to be a song on the ride to Pleasure Island where the bad boys would sing about how much fun they're going to have, and then at the dock when it's revealed that even this kid was turned into a donkey, the realization that Pinocchio's next would hit much harder.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: It is unknown what Alexander's ultimate fate was, nor that of the other talking donkeys. One possibility is that the talking donkeys were the ones that, early on when the island was shown for the first time, were being used to pull the stage coach. But probably, they stayed isolated until they forget to talk, and if that didn't happen, the Coachman probably packed them in crates.