Now clearly this whole sequence, near the end of the Disney version of Pinocchio, is a delightful and subversive critique of the dark side of the American Dream but the question I have to ask myself is this – when will our Jiminy Cricket be arriving to save us from our Coachman?

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Now clearly this whole sequence, near the end of the Disney version of Pinocchio, is a delightful and subversive critique of the dark side of the American Dream but the question I have to ask myself is this – when will our Jiminy Cricket be arriving to save us from our Coachman?

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Armchair anthropologist, sometime scribe, freelance philosopher, amateur artist, part-time poet, musical maven, alliteration aficionado.

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