The film is as good as any Disney animated feature ever made—as magical as Pinocchio, Snow White, The Little Mermaid.
Louie encounters a blue-collar maintenance worker who tells him a joke about Pinocchio—incorrectly.
I kept grabbing his nose and pulling it, calling him Pinocchio.
And Pinocchio swam quicker than ever, and flew on with the rapidity of a ball from a gun.
"Like the food you took from the general," that rascal of a Pinocchio dared to remark.
At this moment his dream ended and Pinocchio opened his eyes and awoke.
Pinocchio was as silent and gloomy as the hood of a dirty kitchen stove.
Since that day—it must be nearly two years ago; two years, my dear Pinocchio, that have seemed like two centuries!
For a long while Pinocchio didn't know whether he was alive or dead.
Pinocchio was greatly afraid of thunder and lightning, but the hunger he felt was far greater than his fear.