You honestly did try with all your heart and that makes you a truthful boy. And you know what else it makes you? Unselfish and very, very brave.[to Pinocchio]
When you first came to me, I might have made you think I wanted somebody else. But it was you I was wishing for. You will always be my real boy. There isn’t a single thing I would change about you. I am so very proud of you. And I love you so very much.[to Pinocchio]
We need a simple, strong stage name. Slab Oakley. Chad Log. I’ve got it. Chris Pine. No, it’d never work.
This little puppet is running around loose on the streets without a conscience. Can you imagine the trouble he’s gonna get into?[to Sofia, about Pinocchio]
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The most important part about being real isn’t what you’re made of. It’s about what’s in your heart.[to Pinocchio]
Star light, star bright, first star I see tonight, I wish I may, I wish I might, have the wish I wish tonight.
So in the end, Pinocchio did prove himself brave, honest and unselfish. And since then many stories have been told about him. People say he was transformed into an honest-to-goodness real boy. Did that actually happen? Who knows? But I do know one thing for sure. In his heart, Pinocchio is as real as any real boy could ever be.