A Disney Retrospective – Part 2: Pinocchio | It's all a lot of ...

A Disney Retrospective – Part 2: Pinocchio

A Disney Retrospective – Part 2: Pinocchio | It's all a lot of ...

Stromboli, "Pinocchio", Walt Disney Pictures

Stromboli, "Pinocchio", Walt Disney Pictures

Pinocchio the moment he realizes he made a mistake

Pinocchio the moment he realizes he made a mistake

Disney Movie Reviews #2: Pinocchio | a tree in wind

Disney Movie Reviews #2: Pinocchio | a tree in wind

Pinocchio with a Russian puppet

Pinocchio with a Russian puppet

Pinocchio

Pinocchio

PINOCHO

PINOCHO

In Pinocchio, The Coachman (Barker) is first seen conversing with Foulfellow and his cat assistant Gideon. At first Barker seems like a laidback kind of guy, but then viewers find-out just how evil and conniving he can truly be. As the scene ends Barker is dominating the conversation. He's later shown to be the coach driver to Pleasure Island (a very bad place) where he sells bad little boys who were turned into donkeys to foreign countries. Barker was originally voiced by actor Don Brodie.

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In Pinocchio, The Coachman (Barker) is first seen conversing with Foulfellow and his cat assistant Gideon. At first Barker seems like a laidback kind of guy, but then viewers find-out just how evil and conniving he can truly be. As the scene ends Barker is dominating the conversation. He's later shown to be the coach driver to Pleasure Island (a very bad place) where he sells bad little boys who were turned into donkeys to foreign countries. Barker was originally voiced by actor Don Brodie.

"Pinocchio" (1940)

"Pinocchio" (1940)

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Walt Disney, 1937)

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Walt Disney, 1937)

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