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  • The Coachman's Stagecoach
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  • The Coachman's Stagecoach is the Coachman's mode of transport in Pinocchio. At midnight, a large number of naughty boys, including Pinocchio and Lampwick and found by J. Worthington Foulfellow and Gideon, boards the stagecoach, which the Coachman takes to a ferry bound for Pleasure Island. It is pulled by six donkeys - once visitors to Pleasure Island, these are likely some of the ones the Coachman was unable to sell due to still being capable of speech. They are not heard to speak, but this is most likely due to the Coachman's liberal use of his whip combined with pulling the coach itself. Jiminy Cricket stowed away on the coach by having the hook on his umbrella hang on a belt while he rode in the opened furls.
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Name
  • The Coachman's Stagecoach
Purpose
  • To take naughty boys to Pleasure Island late at night
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Films
  • Pinocchio
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  • The Coachman's Stagecoach is the Coachman's mode of transport in Pinocchio. At midnight, a large number of naughty boys, including Pinocchio and Lampwick and found by J. Worthington Foulfellow and Gideon, boards the stagecoach, which the Coachman takes to a ferry bound for Pleasure Island. It is pulled by six donkeys - once visitors to Pleasure Island, these are likely some of the ones the Coachman was unable to sell due to still being capable of speech. They are not heard to speak, but this is most likely due to the Coachman's liberal use of his whip combined with pulling the coach itself. Jiminy Cricket stowed away on the coach by having the hook on his umbrella hang on a belt while he rode in the opened furls. A model of the stagecoach, complete with donkeys and even shock absorbers, was constructed as reference for the animators.