Jiminy Cricket: Now, you see, the world is full of temptations. Pinocchio: Temptations? Jiminy Cricket: Yep, temptations. They're the wrong things that seem right at the time... but... uh... even though the right things may seem wrong sometimes, or sometimes the wrong things, (chuckles) Jiminy Cricket: may be right at the wrong time, or visa versa. Jiminy Cricket: (clears throat) Understand? Pinocchio: (shakes his head) Uh-uh. But I'm gonna do right. Jiminy Cricket: Atta boy, Pinoke! And I'm gonna help ya.
The Coachman: How would you blokes like to make some real money? (Lays a large bag of money on the table) Foulfellow: Well! And who do we have to, eh... (Makes throat-slashing motion) The Coachman: No, no. Nothing like that. You see... (Looks around to see if anyone is listening; Foulfellow does the same) The Coachman: I'm collecting stupid little boys. Foulfellow: Stupid little boys? The Coachman: You know, the disobedient ones who play hooky from school. Foulfellow: Ohh! The Coachman: And you see... (Whispers in Foulfellow's ear; Gideon puts his ear to Foulfellow's other ear so he can listen as well) The Coachman: And I takes 'em to Pleasure Island. Foulfellow: (nods in agreement) Ah, Pleasure Island. (suddenly shocked) Foulfellow: Pleasure Island? But the law! Suppose they... The Coachman: No, no. There is no risk. They never come back... as BOYS! (leans in close to camera and smiles wickedly)
Pinocchio: I can move. (Covers his mouth in astonishment) Pinocchio: I can talk! (gets up) Pinocchio: I can walk! (Stumbles and falls) The Blue Fairy: Yes, Pinocchio, I've given you life. Pinocchio: Why? The Blue Fairy: Because tonight, Gepetto wished for a real boy. Pinocchio: Am I a real boy? The Blue Fairy: No, Pinocchio. To make Gepetto's wish come true will be entirely up to you. Pinocchio: Up to me? The Blue Fairy: Prove yourself brave, truthful and unselfish, and someday you will be a real boy. Pinocchio: A real boy! Jiminy Cricket: That won't be easy.
Foulfellow: (Picks up Pinocchio's schoolbook and apple, which he eats) Well, well. Quite the scholar, I see. Look, Giddy. A man of letters. Here's your book (hands book to Pinocchio) Pinocchio: I'm going to school. Foulfellow: School. Ah, yes. Then perhaps you haven't heard of the easy road to success. Pinocchio: Uh-uh. Foulfellow: No? I'm speaking, my boy, of the theater! Here's your apple. (Hands Pinocchio the apple, eaten down to the core) Foulfellow: Bright lights, music, applause! Fame! (Wiggles eyebrows) Pinocchio: Fame? (Wiggles eyebrows too) Foulfellow: Yes! And with that personality, that profile, that physique... why, he's a natural-born actor, eh, Giddy? Pinocchio: But I'm going... Foulfellow: ...straight to the top! Why, I can see your name in lights, lights six feet high! Uh... what is your name? Pinocchio: Pinocchio. Foulfellow: Pinocchio! P-I-N... er, U-O... Uh, er... (chuckles) Foulfellow: We're wasting precious time. Come. On to the theater!
Jiminy Cricket: All right then, here's what we'll tell 'em. You can't go to the theater, say "thank you just the same, you're sorry, but you've got to go to school." Pinocchio: Mmm-hmm. Foulfellow: Pinocchio! Oh, Pinocchio! Woo-hoo! Jiminy Cricket: Here they come, Pinoke. Now, you tell 'em. Foulfellow: Woo hoo! Oh, little boy! Ah, there you are. Where were we? Ah, yes. On to the theater! Pinocchio: Good bye, Jiminy! Good bye! Jiminy Cricket: Good bye? Huh? Good bye? (Sees Pinocchio going off with Foulfellow and Gideon) Jiminy Cricket: Hey, Pinoke! You can't go!... There he goes. What'll I do? I'll run and tell his father. No, that'd be snitching. I'll go after him myself.
Geppetto: Oh, Pinocchio! How did you get down here? Pinocchio: I fell down. Geppetto: Oh, you did... Oh! You are talking! Pinocchio: Uh-huh. Geppetto: No! No no no! Pinocchio: Yes, and I can move too. Geppetto: No, no, you can't! I'm dreaming in my sleep! Oh, wake me up! Wake me up! (pours a pitcher of water over his head) Geppetto: Now we see who's dreaming. Go on, say something. Pinocchio: Gee, you're funny. Do it again!
Jiminy Cricket: (seeing Pinocchio for the first time) Good piece of wood, too.
Geppetto: Now, I've got just the name for you: Pinocchio! Do you like it, Figaro? (Figaro shakes his head) Geppetto: No? You do, don't you, Cleo? (Cleo shakes her head) Geppetto: Well, we'll leave it to little wooden head. You like it? (pulls on string to make Pinocchio's head nod "yes") Geppetto: Ha-ha, that settles it! Pinocchio it is!
The Blue Fairy: You must learn to choose between right and wrong. Pinocchio: Right and wrong? But how will I know? Jiminy Cricket: (watching) How'll he know! The Blue Fairy: (to Pinocchio) Your conscience will tell you. Pinocchio: What are conscience? Jiminy Cricket: What are conscience! I'll tell ya! A conscience is that still small voice that people won't listen to. That's just the trouble with the world today... Pinocchio: Are you my conscience? Jiminy Cricket: Who, me?
Foulfellow: (he and Gideon have "diagnosed" Pinocchio) My boy, you are *allergic*. Pinocchio: Allergic? Foulfellow: Yes, and there is only one cure: a vacation on Pleasure Island! Pinocchio: Pleasure Island? Foulfellow: Yes! (Foulfellow and Gideon dance about) Foulfellow: That happy land of carefree boys, where everyday's a holiday! Pinocchio: (leaving) But I can't go. I... Foulfellow: (he and Gideon stop him) Why, of course you can go. I'm giving you my ticket. (he produces an ace of spades card in his hand and gives it to Pinocchio) Foulfellow: Here. Pinocchio: Thanks. But I... Foulfellow: No, tut-tut-tut, I insist; your health comes first. (he and Gideon grab Pinocchio and escort him away) Foulfellow: Come, the coach departs at midnight! (Foulfellow sings the "Pleasure Island" rendition of "Hi-Diddle-Dee-Dee" as they escort Pinocchio away)
(first lines) Jiminy Cricket: (after singing "When You Wish Upon a Star") Pretty, huh? I'll bet a lot of you folks don't believe that, about a wish comin' true, do ya? Well, I didn't, either. Of course, I'm just a cricket singing my way from hearth to hearth, but let me tell you what made me change my mind.
(Pinocchio, having heard that Geppetto is alive after being swallowed by Monstro, makes the bold decision to save him. So he takes off) Jiminy Cricket: Hey, where ya goin'? Pinocchio: I'm going to find him! Jiminy Cricket: (following after Pinocchio) But Pinocch, are you crazy? Don't you realize he's in a whale? Pinocchio: I've *gotta* go to him! Jiminy Cricket: (following after Pinocchio) Hey, Pinocch! Wait! Listen here, son! (But Pinocchio doesn't stop; he just keeps going straight to a high cliff overlooking the ocean, Jiminy following all the way) Jiminy Cricket: But this Monstro, I've heard of him; he's a whale of a whale! (Pinocchio starts tying a rock to his donkey tail) Jiminy Cricket: Why, he swallows whole ships alive! (He then helps tie Pinocchio's tail to the rock completely) Jiminy Cricket: Tie it good and tight now. And besides, it's dangerous! Why, I... Pinocchio: Good-bye, Jiminy. Jiminy Cricket: Good-bye? I may be live bait down there, but I'm with ya!
The Blue Fairy: Would you like to be Pinocchio's conscience? Jiminy Cricket: (Blushing) Well, uh, I... Uh-huh. The Blue Fairy: Very well. What is your name? Jiminy Cricket: (tipping his hat) Oh, Cricket's the name. *Jiminy* Cricket! The Blue Fairy: Kneal, Mr. Cricket. Jiminy Cricket: Huh? (Kneals) Jiminy Cricket: No tricks now. (the fairy taps Jiminy with her wand; his rags turn into fine clothes) The Blue Fairy: I dub you Pinocchio's conscience, lord high keeper of the knowledge of right and wrong, counselor in moments of high temptation, and guide along the straight and narrow path. Arise, Sir Jiminy Cricket. Jiminy Cricket: (Admiring his new clothes) Well! Ho-ho-ho! My, my! Mmm! Say, that's pretty swell! Gee, thanks. But, uh, don't I get a badge or something? The Blue Fairy: Well, we'll see. Jiminy Cricket: You mean maybe I will? The Blue Fairy: I shouldn't wonder. Jiminy Cricket: Make it a gold one? The Blue Fairy: Maybe.
The Blue Fairy: Prove yourself brave, truthful, and unselfish, and someday, you will be a real boy.
Geppetto: Now close your eyes and go to sleep. Pinocchio: Why? Geppetto: Everybody has to sleep. Figaro goes to sleep, and Cleo, and besides, tomorrow, you've got to go to school. Pinocchio: Why? Geppetto: Oh, to learn things, and get smart. Pinocchio: Why? Geppetto: (starts to fall asleep) Because. Pinocchio: Oh.