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Completed 2. Overall Story Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Cancel. When the cage breaks open the squirrel escapes and is reunited with his mother, who offers Pinocchio the choice of a gold, silver or copper coin to replace the one he spent, however he chooses the gold coin.
Jack, Willie, and Charlie who have been watching the whole thing and plot to trick him out of his gold coin by telling him of a money tree growing in the mountains and having him plant the coin next to it.
While he is able to retrieve the tree, who's guardian cannot harm him as they are both made of wood, the animals steal and spend the coin while Pinocchio is telling his father about his day; meanwhile the spirit of the money tree finds the Oak Fairy and asks for her help, though the puppet refuses to move the tree back.
That night the tree grows rapidly and the light from the coins it produces wakes Pinocchio and attracts the attention of both the three animals and the villagers who fight over the coins from the tree, resulting in the villagers cutting the tree down and the coins reverting to leaves, teaching Pinocchio an important lesson.
The next day the baby squirrel gives him a copper coin to buy the bread with, the puppet apologises for his actions the previous day and goes to complete his original errand.
Pinocchio visits a carnival for the first time along with the other children where one of the attractions is a Mermaid named Melissa said to be able to breathe life into a piece of wood, thinking she'll be able to make him human he sneaks in to see her as he doesn't have money left for a ticket and she asks him to set her free.
When the carnival leaves town he breaks open her tank as it passes over a river, allowing her to escape, Pinocchio then swims after her and helps her avoid being recaptured.
After hearing how she was the Mermaid Princess and was captured by the Pirate Captain Patch when she broke her people's rule and swam near the surface during the day and was then stolen from Patch by the carnival owner Sneeroff though he clearly has a different design from the usual Sneeroff , Pinocchio offers to escort her home in exchange for being turned into a human, though Melissa doesn't know how and instead promises to ask the Mermaid elder to do it.
Once they arrive they see the Pirates have captured the other Mermaids who they plan to interrogate to find sunken treasures, they manage to make it to the Mermaid elder, but she cannot make him human and Melissa reveals that she lied to him so he would help her because she was afraid of being captured again.
Distraught Pinocchio runs away where he encounters the Pirates,. After being betrayed by Melissa, Pinocchio encounters the Pirates who offer to spare him and make him a member of the crew if he helps them get the Mermaids to tell them where their hidden treasure is, when the captured Mermaids don't give him the answer he offers to take the Pirates to Melissa and the Elder.
Once they find the Mermaids the Elder relents and Melissa swims after them to save Pinocchio from the Sea Cucumber Monster guarding it, the Monster turns the Pirates into sea urchins and turns his attention to the puppet.
Melissa appears and takes responsibility for her breaking the law and lying to Pinocchio, who in turn acknowledges his own bad behaviour, the Sea Cucumber lets them leave as they both were able to acknowledge and learn from their mistakes on their own and the elder reveals the Mermaid's true treasure is the trust they have for each other.
The two children then go to rescue the captured Mermaids with the help of a swordfish who cuts a hole in the ship, the carnival owner comes along on his ship but ignores the stranded Pirates in favour of trying to capture the Mermaids, the Sea Cucumber then appears and summons a whirlpool that drags both ships to the ocean floor.
The grateful Mermaids tell Pinocchio that he'll always be welcome on their island and call a Dolphin to bring him home, though Pinocchio is excited to tell his classmates, he realises that the only way they would believe him is if he betrayed the Mermaids' secret and decides to keep the story to himself.
Geppetto falls gravely ill and the village Doctor informs Pinocchio that the only hope for his father is the herb of life, a medicinal plant that grows on snake mountain, but retrieving it is so dangerous that only one person has ever successfully done so.
Despite his father's insistence that it is not worth the risk, Pinocchio sets off to snake mountain; however Jack, Willie, and Charlie are also planning to retrieve the herb in order to win Geppetto's gratitude and sabotage Pinocchio by switching the sign.
After briefly being distracted by an invitation from a group of children, the puppet finds out he's been going the wrong way and arrives at the cave on snake mountain in time to save the three animals after their plan to drug the three-headed snake guarding the herb backfires.
Unfortunately this results in Pinocchio being eaten by one of the heads, the Oak Fairy appears and although she's not able to use her magic to help him, she tells him that he can save himself with the knowledge that each head is ruled by a single trait: greed, pride, and jealousy.
Using this Pinocchio throws his voice to impersonate each head and use their traits against them, causing them to fight each other to the death and allowing him to escape unharmed.
However the three animals have already made off with the herb, though he's disappointed he won't be able to keep his promise, Cricket reminds him that as long as his father recovers that's all that matters and later helps him notice the herb on a nearby ledge having been dropped when Jack, Willie and Charlie's own bickering causes them to fall off.
Once home Pinocchio is able to prepare the medicine and cure his father, though he's eager to share his story the puppet soon falls asleep.
While Pinocchio is playing with a girl named Lina he claims to be able to fly, and promises to take her flying one day. That evening he asks his father to make a pair of wings for him, but he refuses as he's worried Pinocchio will hurt himself; the next day he finds and rescues a baby crow that's tangled in a fence who promises to take him to the Crow King and help him learn to fly in exchange for saving him.
Once they reach the castle and tell King Crow what happened he gives Pinocchio a magic pill that causes him to grow temporary wings though they resemble tree branches with a thick coat of leaves , teaches him to fly with them, and tells three him rules he must follow: Treat others as you would be treated, never tell a lie, and don't fly into town.
However the puppet soon begins to break these rules as he antagonises the forest animals and teases Lina, to punish him for his bad behaviour King Crow creates a storm which Pinocchio rescues Lina from, getting knocked out by the crash landing they make when the magic wears off and his wings vanish.
The two children wake up, mysteriously transported to a meadow full of flowers and unsure if the experience was a dream, though Pinocchio sees King Crow in the sky reminding him of the lesson he's learnt.
Jonathan, an old friend of Geppetto's, comes to visit and Pinocchio accidentally damages the crutch he carries while playing with it. Later that day Pinocchio finds an unusually large fish while playing with the other boys and Johnathan tells them that it likely came from the Phantom Spring, which is said to have magic properties that would have made the fish grow and Pinocchio decides that it will not only make him human, but an adult as well.
The next morning he sets off to find the pond and he runs into two of the other boys who plan to fish there, when the three find it they convince Pinocchio to help them catch a fish, only to run off and leave him in the pond once they have their prize.
While trying to get home the puppet notices that he's having increasingly more trouble moving his legs and realises that he's grown roots and branches; the pond has made him grow into a small tree, soon a man wanders by, digs him up to sell and forces him to sing for the guests at a dinner party.
Later the Oak Fairy appears to him, but cannot change him back to normal until he performs a selfless act, meanwhile word of the singing tree reaches Geppetto but by this time Pinocchio has already been sold and loaded onto a ship.
In the ship's hold with him are several children who have been captured and will be sold as servants overseas, who Pinocchio rescues when the ship sails into a storm by allowing them to hold onto him until a rescue boat appears.
Though he's mistaken for a piece of driftwood and left behind in the water, the Oak Fairy returns him to normal and helps him return to Geppetto.
While exploring in the mountains Pinocchio and Franco witness the infamous bandit, Scallywag, and his gang robbing a stagecoach and are captured; the two manage to save themselves by offering to join his gang but are sent to help the outlaws break into one of the wealthiest homes in the area.
Though Pinocchio realises what he's being asked to do is wrong, he's afraid the bandits will kill him if he leaves and follows the orders he's given, however when the old man living in the mansion is shot by Scallywag, he saves the man's granddaughter, Lucy.
Later that evening when Pinocchio tries to bring some food to Lucy she refuses his help as she blames him for her grandfather's death, when he storms off in frustration the Oak Fairy appears and tells him that even though he didn't commit the crime himself he's still guilty of standing by and letting happen, however the spirits of the surrounding trees doubt he's capable of understanding.
When the puppet tries to justify his actions his nose grows longer as he's lying to himself and the Oak fairy finally gets him to admit that he likes being one of the bandits because he realises he's neither a Human nor Tree and the bandits don't expect him to be either one and tells him that he must try to right the wrongs he's witnessed, though he isn't sure what he should do or how he's supposed to do anything without his nose being returned to normal.
Nevertheless he tries to free Lucy before she can be sold by the bandits, unfortunately they're both quickly captured; the next morning they learn that the bandits plan to raid Pinocchio's village using Franco as a hostage and that Lucy's parents are likely there as well, the elderly tree Pinocchio is tied to hears him wishing to save everyone and sacrifices himself to free the puppet, whose nose is also restored to normal.
Unfortunately everyone in the village chooses to run away and wait for Scallywag to leave, rather than stand up to him; however Pinocchio realises that if they don't stand up to the bandits now they'll never be rid of them and manages to convince his father to stay and help protect the village.
Pinocchio then rescues Franco by appearing to pay the ransom, but tricks the bandits into trading him for a bag of rocks and manages to hold off Scallywag by taking advantage of being more agile and immune to the bullets as he's made of wood ; meanwhile Lucy and Franco catch up with the rest of the villagers and tell them of everything that's happened, convincing them to return to defend their home.
They arrive just in time as Geppetto, who had been waiting with a gun, cannot bring himself to shoot another person, even as he's threatening to kill Pinocchio; Franco's father shoots Scallywag, causing the rest of the bandits to scatter, and Lucy is reunited with her parents who she wants to introduce to Pinocchio.
However he's already taking the bandit's horse for a ride and when he falls off he encounters Sneeroff, who has tracked him down and is set on revenge.
I'm Not A Clown! After being captured by Sneeroff Pinocchio saves Jack and Willie, who are captured in one of Sneeroff's traps, by convincing the man to train them as performing animals.
Though the two animals have difficulty learning to balance on a ball Pinocchio manages to learn quickly, but Sneeroff insists that the performance was bad as he's supposed to be a clown and fall off of the ball to make the audience laugh as clowns, despite the puppet's objections about being a clown and humiliating himself by pretending to be bad at something.
Meanwhile Geppetto heads out in search of his son and Charlie eventually decides to accompany him; while on tour Pinocchio misses his father and gets in trouble with Sneeroff when he stops performing his clown routine to perform tricks while balancing on a ball and when he ruins a clown boxing act by fighting for real.
Because the group didn't make any money that day, Sneeroff sends his performers to steal chickens from a nearby farm, along with his dog Doro to make sure they return; Jack and Willie each manage to steal a chicken but Pinocchio wakes one up which alerts Geppetto, however when he tries to warn the farmers they tie him up in the barn until Charlie frees him, meanwhile Sneeroff refuses to give the animals either of the chickens they stole for him.
After the events of the night Pinocchio performs his clown act properly, but still misses his father and hates being humiliated.
Pinocchio tries to keep Jack and Willie optimistic as they travel through the desert to the next town in Sneeroff's wagon, but he still misses his father who is traveling to the same town in search of him.
Once there the performing troupe has such a successful day that they plan to stay for several weeks, which Pinocchio is glad to hear as it will give his father the chance to find him, meanwhile Geppetto hasn't been able to sell any carvings and becomes angry with Charlie for stealing food.
Later that evening Jack and Willie help Pinocchio to escape, only to betray him to Sneeroff a few minutes later, allowing them to run away while Sneeroff is busy with the puppet.
The two animals run into Geppetto in some ruins, but lie to him that they haven't seen his son; Sneeroff soon catches up with them and captures Jack and Willie, but also denies knowing Pinocchio and leaves right before Charlie returns.
The next day Sneeroff packs up to move on to the next town in order to prevent Pinocchio from finding his father and leaving the troupe with Jack and Willie deciding it's best they not say that they found Geppetto, who is having much better luck selling his carvings; as they leave Pinocchio sees the crowd gathered around his father's booth, but doesn't realise how close he is.
Pinocchio is still being held by Sneeroff, who is now using the puppet in a magic act where he pretends to bring him to life.
After the audience fails to pay for a show a wealthy gentleman who was once a street performer gives Sneeroff a large bag of gold and invites him to dinner, where he tells him that he made his fortune by finding diamonds in Africa and where they could still be found, which gives Sneeroff the idea to go hunting for them despite the dangers to his performers.
Meanwhile Pinocchio, Jack, and Willie are all staying outside in the wagon and guarded by Doro, when Pinocchio talks about how much he misses his father the two animals let slip that he's been searching for him, which lifts the Puppet's spirits and the three decide to escape.
However when they try to get past Doro the resulting chase damages the gentleman's carriage and alerts Sneeroff who gathers everyone and leaves before the gentleman finds out, passing by Geppetto on their way.
The next day Geppetto walks by the gentleman's house and offers to repair the carriage, until he hears who caused the damage and runs to find Pinocchio; unfortunately he isn't able to run fast enough to reach the docks and sends Charlie ahead who frees Pinocchio and the animals from the cage after hearing Sneeroff's plans to leave the others to die once they find the diamonds.
However, the ship has already set sail, when Pinocchio decides to follow the Oak Fairy's advice not to lose hope she appears to tell him help is coming right before a storm starts and a giant walrus attacks the ship with the wreckage washing up on a nearby shore.
After the shipwreck Pinocchio washes ashore in Morocco where he's rescued by a girl who looks after him as he recovers from the ordeal, once he's able to go out she takes him to the puppet maker's shop to see if he can repair his hand.
However the man is drunk and shouts at his son Dennis before tearfully admitting that he wishes he could make and repair puppets again, but hasn't been able to since children haven't been playing with them, which has caused him to drown his sorrows in alcohol.
Dennis then gets the idea that children would buy puppets from his father again if all of their old ones were gone and sets to work organising a toy festival where all the children in town will create a bonfire and burn their old and broken toys and recruits two boys to help him break toys that are still good so they will be burnt at the festival; however both Pinocchio and the girl agree that burning broken toys is wrong and decide to boycott the festival, though they aren't able to convince Dennis to cancel it.
Upset by both the injustice of the toy festival and the frightened cries of the broken toys Pinocchio goes to try and stop it and sees lights flying out of the pit the toys are being thrown into.
These lights tell the forces of nature what the children plan to do, angering them that their gifts are being treated with such disrespect, and Pinocchio once more tells Dennis what he's doing is wrong, only for the children to try and throw him in the pit to be burnt with the other toys.
However the forces of nature intervene and attack the children, but assure the puppet that he won't be harmed; he asks for the children to be spared as well since they've learnt their lesson, but a tree lashes out and strikes him, knocking off most of his limbs.
The children realise their mistake, prompting Dennis to confess that the festival was an excuse to destroy toys so everyone would have to buy new ones from his father and offers to have him repair Pinocchio.
After repairing the puppet Dennis' father sets to work repairing the other toys, glad to be working again he gives up drinking and reconciles with Dennis; seeing the now happy family reminds Pinocchio how much he misses his own father and he sets off to search for him again, not realising he's being followed by Sneeroff.
Sneeroff catches up with Pinocchio but as he runs away he finds Geppetto, unfortunately the three are captured by guards who believe that the puppet is a monster from the planet Jupiter and plan to burn him, the execution is stopped by the bishop who saves Pinocchio by saying that he is an emissary of the gods.
Though this saves him, he has to play the role of emissary and remain in the temple, while Geppetto is still imprisoned.
Charlie frees Pinocchio and as the puppet searches the temple he meets Sophia, the bishop's daughter who has been blind since she ate a poisonous nut years before; the bishop deceived the citizens in order to pay for the herbs needed to treat her, though she objects to Pinocchio being exploited.
Meanwhile Dr. Dee convinces the citizens that the bishop has deceived them using a doll with clockwork and throwing his voice and leads them to revolt against the bishop, Pinocchio sees this and goes back to save Sophia by stating that he is the emissary he claims to be and that Geppetto is his servant, having Charlie create a fake supernatural occurrence, this turns the angry mob against Dr Dee instead and saves Sophia and her father.
The Oak Fairy appears and Pinocchio apologises for having deceived so many people, but the Fairy is proud of him for having been brave for the sake of others and helps by producing the herb needed to cure Sophia who's sight is restored.
As Pinocchio goes off in search of his father he runs into Sneeroff who plans to search for diamonds. After being captured by Sneeroff Pinocchio briefly reunites with his father when he catches up with the caravan they were traveling with, only to be separated again by a sand storm.
Pinocchio wakes up half way up a pyramid and climbs inside where he finds Sneeroff who has him accompany him into the treasure-filled tomb where they are captured by the tomb's guardians.
While the guardians lock up Sneeroff for attempting to rob the tomb they let Pinocchio stay in the pyramid as a playmate for their son, Kron, who tells Pinocchio of how he and his parents are aliens who guard the tomb of the Pharoh to repay the hospitality he showed them when their ship crash landed on Earth and how he wishes to see the world outside.
Pinocchio reluctantly agrees to help Kron sneak out and explore when he sees how miserable he is and Kron frees Sneeroff to be their guide, ignoring Pinocchio's warning that not all humans can be trusted.
Once they're outside Sneeroff has a caravan of traveling merchants capture Kron and holds him hostage in exchange for the treasure.
Though Kron's Mother offers her necklace in exchange for her son, his father refuses to go back on his promise and instead tries to fight off the humans; during the fight Pinocchio attempts to free Kron, while Kron's parents begin to grow to a massive size out of rage which Kron explains will likely kill them.
When his parents are knocked out Kron decides to help them fight, however his parents use the last of their energy against the humans and die, leaving only Sneeroff who Kron allows to escape; explaining he'll tell others what happened and nobody will try to rob the tomb again, which he'll now protect to honor his parents' sacrifice.
After bidding farewell to Kron Pinocchio once again begins to search for his father and walks until he reaches the jungle, where he meets a lion.
A lion appears as Pinocchio is traveling through the jungle and asks him to remove a thorn from his paw, though the lion warns him not to travel through the swamp the puppet goes ahead with his original plan in order to search for his father, when he falls in lion sacrifices himself to save him and assures him that he wouldn't have lived long anyway as the thorn was poisonous.
After leaving the swamp Pinocchio rescues a rabbit from a carnivorous plant and learns that the rabbit is a human who was cursed with the rest of his people when a magician named Dragonaro appeared and transformed all the men in his city into forest animals and all the women into aquatic creatures, save for the Princess who he imprisoned when she refused to marry him.
When he refuses to help Pinocchio is scolded by Cricket and then runs into Gero, Dragonaro's henchman who takes him to the castle suspecting that he is another magician, Dragonaro insists that Pinocchio must have magical powers and imprisons him until the evening, intending to kill the puppet if he does not demonstrate his powers then.
With both Pinocchio and Cricket being at a loss at how to escape Pinocchio suddenly has an idea and asks what date it is, that night he declares that he will demonstrate his powers by making the moon disappear which he seemingly does, frightening Dragonaro and Gero into running away.
He explains the trick to Cricket; that he remembered his teacher mentioning that a lunar eclipse would be happening there this night and took advantage of it to make it appear as if he used magic, he then goes to rescue Princess Rayel but Dragonaro hears him mention he isn't a magician, prompting him to lie that he is, and orders him to melt polar peak.
In the dungeon again Pinocchio gets the idea to solve his problem by defeating Dragonaro rather than complying with him, the Oak Fairy appears and tells him that Dragonaro is really a Dragon and Gero a Toad, thus are weakened by the cold.
When they accompany him to watch Polar Peak being melted Pinocchio takes the opportunity to grab Dragonaro's orb and use it to turn the Dragon and Toad into ice, defeating them and restoring the transformed humans to normal, though he accidentally drops the orb before he can use it further.
The Princess presents Pinocchio with a box of jewels as a token of her gratitude and has a giant falcon carry him back to the desert. Throw Bad Dreams Into the Desert!
While traveling through the desert Pinocchio is picked up by a giant vulture, who quickly drops him after realising he isn't edible, and eventually arrives at a tent thirsty and exhausted, there he uses one of the diamonds he was given to buy water and a camel to take him to the nearest city along with a large number of gold coins as change.
Once in the city he finds a hotel to stay in where he meets a baby vulture who was captured from the desert and offers to teach Pinocchio how to behave like a rich man in exchange for his freedom.
However while following the vulture's vague advise the puppet behaves badly; acting smug with others, embarrassing his servants and hangers-on for his own amusement, buying a house that was going to be used as an orphanage just as the transaction was about to be completed, ignoring the cricket's warning about the dangers of his new lifestyle, putting off his promise to set the vulture free, and refusing to speak with a traveling carpenter who comes to his house not realising it's his father.
However, Sneeroff soon finds Pinocchio's house and breaks into it to steal his diamonds, in the resulting ruckus the house catches fire and Sneeroff escapes with the diamonds, while Pinocchio panics and ends up leaving the baby vulture behind when he flees the burning house.
Elsewhere Geppetto sees the house burning, upon overhearing two men talking about the owner he realises that it's Pinocchio and runs to save him.
Meanwhile Pinocchio has escaped the fire but finds that his former servants will no longer obey him and the orphans from before throw rocks at him; realising how badly he's behaved and that nobody in the city genuinely cares about him he begins to call for his father who hears and runs to him.
However their reunion is cut off by the giant vulture from before who was the father of the baby vulture Pinocchio met and drops the puppet down a mountain, hoping to destroy him in retaliation for letting his child die.
After being dropped by the vulture Pinocchio is discovered by a Chimpanzee named Dobo who reattaches his leg and guides him out of the mountains, during the trip Dobo reveals that he admires humans and wants to live like them, though he's never met on in person.
Meanwhile Geppetto and Charlie have been searching for the puppet and stop in a city to try and sell some carvings to pay their way when they find a poster advertising Sneeroff's circus and decide to investigate, despite Pinocchio not being on the poster.
That night Pinocchio and Dobo reach the same town and see the poster, Dobo is excited by the prospect of being an entertainer and wants to join the carnival despite his friend's warning him that Sneeroff is not to be trusted.
Geppetto and Charlie arrive at the carnival where Sneeroff lies that Pinocchio is touring with him, but away on an errand, and has him wait in a wagon, shortly after Pinocchio and Dobo arrive and Dobo once again ignores his friend's warnings and is captured by Sneeroff as a result and locked in a trunk.
The next morning Pinocchio is troubled by what happened to Dobo and Cricket urges him to go rescue his friend who is going be loaded onto a ship sailing to Europe, Charlie meets Dobo and after finding out that he was with Pinocchio tracks him down and leads him to the ship.
When they aren't able to free Dobo they plan to hide Pinocchio in Sneeroff's personal trunk so that they can steal the key when he's asleep, Sneeroff wakes up when Charlie retrieves the key but they still manage to rescue Dobo who in turn save Pinocchio when he's cornered by Doro.
After his adventure Dobo decides he wants to return home to the jungle and the two friends part ways, Pinocchio goes on to find his father, but the ship has already set sail and he isn't able to swim fast enough to catch up to the ship.
Blimp To Our Home Town. While searching for a ship that will take him to Europe Pinocchio meets a retired lion hunting dog named Debbo who wants to return to his home in Spain and a young man named Mohammad to is planning to fly a hot air balloon to Spain with his parrot Kiki.
Pinocchio helps Mohammad prepare for the voyage and rescues Debbo when he collapses, Mohammad explains that it's difficult for Debbo to survive on his own, but he's too proud to admit he needs help, thus the two invite him to accompany them to Europe.
While the first day of travel goes smoothly they drop too close to the water during the night and the morning after are picked up by a water cyclone that carries them above the clouds where the air is too thin to breathe, leaving Pinocchio to adjust the balloon so it will lower.
Later the balloon is damaged by a pair of seagulls after Kiki insults them and begins flying dangerously low, even after the hole is repaired and the bags are thrown overboard, leaving the group to draw lots over who will have to risk jumping off the balloon until it can rise again; Kiki ends up drawing the shortest straw, but refuses to leave and perches atop the balloon.
Fortunately the group spots a piece of the ship that was destroyed by the cyclone, Debbo volunteers to wait on the plank and once the balloon begins rising again Mohammad and Pinocchio try to throw the line to him, but Kiki flies off of the balloon which causes it to rise too high up.
Pinocchio tries tying himself to the rope and grabbing Debbo, but the line is too short; Debbo then tells Pinocchio and Mohammad to carry on ahead, assuring Pinocchio that he will be fine and that he's certain the puppet has the courage needed to carry on and find his father.
After promising to sail to find him the next day the two realise they're close to Spain, close enough that Debbo will likely end up there before the night.
Geppetto has been doing odd jobs for Sneeroff's circus so that Pinocchio will be able to find him, despite being shocked by the neglectful way the circus is managed, however he ends up being fired when Sneeroff and the animals trip over a bucket of water he left out; Geppetto leaves without protest, but asks that Sneeroff tell Pinocchio to meet him in the village if he shows up.
Shortly afterwards he does find the circus, but Sneeroff lies that he doesn't know where Geppetto went in order to keep him to perform and convinces Pinocchio to sign a contract to perform in his circus, despite Cricket's warnings, with the promise that he'll be taken care of and his father will find him easily.
However the circus is shut down after the first show when all the animals are sick after having been forced to perform wearing wet costumes, now the police warn Sneeroff that the animals must be in good condition and cared for because otherwise Sneeroff will risk prison and Pinocchio works taking care of the animals, collapsing from exhaustion as a result, and soon the animals recover and the circus can open again.
Though Pinocchio does not realise how poorly the animals are treated until they explain why they're dreading the re-opening and he sees Sneeroff forcing them to perform a trick with a flaming hoop, which all the animals are afraid to do.
When Sneeroff tells Pinocchio that his offer to do the trick instead is not enough, he asks to work alone with the animals to get them to do it; though the animals believe he's betrayed them, Pinocchio explains his plan to stop Sneeroff by sabotaging the performance.
During the re-opening Pinocchio and the animals cause the tent to catch fire and collapse, which Sneeroff is held responsible and arrested for Cruelty to animals and the animals are all put on ships to be returned to their homelands.
As they bid the animals farewell, Jack and Willie confess that they knew where Geppetto went the entire time, but didn't tell him because they knew if he left nobody would look after them, leaving Pinocchio feeling depressed to the point Cricket isn't able to console him.
The Oak Fairy appears and reminds Pinocchio of the good he's done for the animals, and uses her magic to give him a place to sleep for the night before he returns home to his father the next day.
Pinocchio returns home only to find the house abandoned, while searching the house he finds Nora who explains that Geppetto has been traveling in search of him and that he was there recently and left to continue his search, much to Pinocchio's frustration and disappointment, nevertheless he sets off after his father.
Meanwhile a war is about to break out nearby and the local lord plans to have a nearby forest of Cedar trees cleared to be used to make warships, despite the villagers' protests that the trees prevent landslides and that the forest is protected by a large tree containing an evil spirit.
That night Pinocchio stops to rest in the forest where the trees implore him to try and save them as they don't want to be used for war, the puppet refuses saying that he needs to continue searching for his father and that the other humans won't listen to him anyway, though the trees remind him that even if he were to become human his Mother will always be an Oak tree, thus he has a responsibility to try and help them.
He runs into a cabin to sleep, but is later attacked by carpenter ants, the Oak Fairy saves him but explains that he behaved badly and needs to develop compassion, which he sets to work doing that night.
The next day he tries to speak with the local lord on behalf of the trees but fails, and instead plans to drive the soldiers away from the mountain by having the trees drop some of their old branches, though this plan buys them another day more is needed to save the trees.
Pinocchio becomes frustrated that the spirit tree won't help, even though he's supposed be their guardian, but soon realises that the tree is dehydrated from being too far from the river and, together with Jack and Willie, sets to work making a water wheel to revive it.
The water wheel breaks under the strain but they succeed in reviving the tree who fights off the soldiers though the English dub omits a scene where the spirit tree catches fire along with part of the forest.
Unfortunately the army imprisons Geppetto, who they've learnt carved Pinocchio, and plan to send him to Devil Island as a sorcerer, while Pinocchio is depressed over how things turned out the Oak Fairy lets him know that she's proud of what he did but that he is of no help to his father if he just sits there feeling sorry for himself.
The next day Pinocchio and his friends see Geppetto being led out of town and the puppet resolves to free his father before he can be sent to Devil Island.
When the cabin he's taking shelter in is raided by soldiers, Pinocchio is helped by and old farmer and his granddaughter, Nina, who recognise him and hide him from the army; unfortunately, the old farmer is imprisoned for helping Pinocchio, despite him not being found in the house.
When Nina blames him for her grandfather's arrest he offers to turn himself in the next morning in exchange for the farmer's freedom, however that night he's visited by the Dream Man who encourages him to leave to protect himself by showing him a nightmare of him being burnt which causes him to run away the next morning.
While he's hiding in a cave the Dream Man tells him should give up rescuing his father by showing him a nightmare of the two of them being attacked by monsters on Devils Island, which prevents him from attempting to rescue Geppetto when Jack and Willie tell him his whereabouts.
While trying to hide he finds Nina and her grandfather, who was released from prison unharmed, Pinocchio apologises to them for running away and explains about his nightmare.
Though Nina is still angry she forgives him and mentions her own nightmare, realising that none of the dreams he saw were real he goes to rescue his father, only to find that he's already been moved to another prison.
Angered at having missed his chance due to the nightmares he confronts the Dream Man, accidentally knocking him into the light and making him melt away.
Free of his nightmares Pinocchio's determination to save his father is renewed. Charlie sees Geppetto being taken to the fortress of doom and tells Pinocchio, Jack and, Willie, while they try to think of a way to get inside they see a merchant wagon pull up to the drawbridge and climb inside where they find that the goods being sold are faulty.
The merchant catches them and ties up Jack and Willie to be pelted and dyed to look like mink later on and begrudgingly allows his son Mario to keep Pinocchio as a toy, neither realising he's alive until he reveals his secret to Mario after the boy's father leaves.
We need to feel the exhilaration and joy, so that, for example, when LJS gets the news he's waited for at the end, he rushes off ecstatically and kisses the first female stranger he sees!
Once you make that choice, the writer commits to a certain direction and I certainly don't agree with it. There was a better option available, yet the one taken isn't even pursued logically and repercussions are ignored!
On a more minor level, the chief YGN anchor is a balding, average-looking man and his competitor The Evil Anchor is more aesthetically pleasing, so why not have some fun with him trying out different looks assorted wigs, hats, clothing to boost ratings or derail a youthful replacement?
Maybe try to connect with a young audience using a headline in rap style? Want maximum "heart-flutter" in a K Drama? Want the lead actors "chemistry" to melt your test tube?
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Dal Po is finally reunited with his brother, but it's nothing like he expected. Meanwhile, In Ha is continually let down by her mother's coldness toward her.
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See the full gallery. A young boy, whose life and family has been destroyed by new media, gets adopted by a family in a rural area after being found lost at sea.
He tries to conceal his past for everyone's sake for 13 years. But when the girl he loves enters the world of news reporting, the truth about his family pours out.
However, the girl's mother being a news reporter seem to be the cause of the plight of his family. Poor Lee Jong Suk does seem to have a hard life eh?
Money, fame, good looks and Imagine him calling his agent : "Hi, so what do you have lined up for me next?
Please make it happen. Why should I be jealous? And of course it's the same for the actresses, getting to work with the hottest guys in the biz.
LJS generally seems to have good taste in material, and this show is almost top shelf. For me, a near-miss is more frustrating than a total disaster and this one, like "Degree Of Love", just needs a few repairs in order to present a truly satisfying package.
What we do get, however, is still very good. It so happens that she's also the mother of PSH, who was abandoned as a child, and the two young leads grow up in the same household.
PSH wants to emulate her Mum and become a reporter, despite a little issue called "Pinocchio Syndrome", whereby she is incapable of lying hiccups occur if she does, and no, it's not a real condition.
Of course it's not a fresh topic, though it's an important one and done well in this case. Also explored is the concept of the "whistle blower", a hugely important person in any society yet likely to suffer in various ways for speaking out.
The script is very skilful in the way it develops the central mystery; you want the culprits to be punished and this isn't always achieved predictably.
I do love to be surprised, and a smattering of fantasy scenes are very enjoyable too. Ditto the amusingly grungy room at the police station used by the lowly trainee reporters.
One always hopes the cast will be good and that's the case here and since when does LJS associate with dead beats? He's typically accomplished and so is PSH, while that couple-chemistry we crave is certainly present.
Each has at least one heavy scene to do and show their range, and the writing enhances these nicely. Otherwise, two people stand out for me : Jin Kyung's character is written in an interesting and unpredictable way with the actress impressive as the ostensible ice-queen.
And as the designated comic relief, Lee Yoo Bi the trainee reporter is a certified scene-stealer with a wonderfully expressive face. The YGN network also has a hammy journo whose banter with a female camera operator should've been increased, though they do provide a cute surprise at the end.
One major one concerning the romance, as in, where is it? There seems to be a conscious decision to make the love story as minimal as possible.
Perhaps so as not to dilute the dramatic stuff? The tragedy sub-plot tends to re-enforce that theory, yet I believe a different approach could've allowed a proper romance without compromising the impact of the rest can a sweet, pretty girl whose absolutely on your side be hated for a parent she hardly knows?
She takes over, jokes about cutting him as per the show but then She shaves most of it off or maybe uses a finger to draw on his face , then playfully kisses his lips so as to taste it The operative word here is "playful", and a couple in love should be having fun.
Not a lot of that is going on for these two, and how many K Drama characters talk about "heart flutter"? That feeling of butterflies in the gut I recall it decades ago in my own life!
We need to feel the exhilaration and joy, so that, for example, when LJS gets the news he's waited for at the end, he rushes off ecstatically and kisses the first female stranger he sees!
Once you make that choice, the writer commits to a certain direction and I certainly don't agree with it. There was a better option available, yet the one taken isn't even pursued logically and repercussions are ignored!
In-ha has spent the last three years after college studying to become a reporter but continuously fails her job interviews; on the other hand, due to the poverty-stricken condition the Choi family is in, Dal-po is forced to work as a taxi driver to make ends meet.
Cha-ok, who hasn't seen her daughter in a decade and is now MSC's nightly news anchor and section chief, fails In-ha at her final interview, saying a reporter with Pinocchio syndrome would be useless.
Seeing how hurt In-ha is at her mother's rejection, Dal-po becomes determined to help her achieve her dream and announces that he wants to become a reporter as well.
A month later, In-ha and Dal-po apply at YGN's "blind" audition for broadcast news reporters, but only Dal-po gets hired.
When confronted by Gyo-dong, now-chief of YGN's news desk, Dal-po confesses his real identity as well as his real motive for taking the job: he wants to find his older brother Jae-myung and clear their father's name.
But what he doesn't know is that Jae-myung has taken revenge on the factory workers who lied about their father by killing two of them and framing the third one.
Meanwhile, with MSC's credibility rating at an all-time low, Cha-ok hires In-ha, using her Pinocchio syndrome in a publicity stunt.
Thus, Dal-po and In-ha become rookies at rival networks, and among their colleagues are Seo Beom-jo, who comes from a rich, sheltered chaebol background and has a connection to In-ha via a wrong cellphone number, and Yoon Yoo-rae, once an idol sasaeng fan who now uses those obsessive and determined traits in her new job.
Later in her line of work, In-ha discovers Choi Dal-po's real identity is Ki Ha-myung and is disgusted by what her mother Cha-ok did to his family during the fire accident.
In a lecture held by Cha-ok, In-ha stood up against her and in the process revealing to Jae-myung that Ha-myung, his dead brother, is actually alive.
Together, they try to bring Cha-ok down through their honest news reporting all the while uncovering a bigger conspiracy in the news industry.
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