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|origin = ''Pinocchio'' <small>(1940)</small>
 
|origin = ''Pinocchio'' <small>(1940)</small>
 
|occupation = Showman<br>
 
|occupation = Showman<br>
Puppeteer<br>
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Puppeteer
Gypsy
 
 
|skills = Hatchet<br>
 
|skills = Hatchet<br>
 
Strength<br>
 
Strength<br>
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Making money.<br>
 
Making money.<br>
 
Eating children.
 
Eating children.
|goals = Make money from his puppet shows <small>(failed)</small>.<br>
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|goals = Make money from his puppet shows.<br>
Enslave Pinocchio in his puppet show for massive profit <small>(failed)</small>.
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Enslave Pinocchio in his puppet show for massive profit <small>(both failed)</small>.
 
|crimes = Kidnapping<br>
 
|crimes = Kidnapping<br>
 
False imprisonment<br>
 
False imprisonment<br>
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|type of villain = Greedy Puppeteer}} {{Quote|QUIET! SHUT UP! Before I knock-a you silly!|Stromboli}}
 
|type of villain = Greedy Puppeteer}} {{Quote|QUIET! SHUT UP! Before I knock-a you silly!|Stromboli}}
   
'''Stromboli''' is one of the main antagonists of Disney's 2nd full-length animated feature film ''Pinocchio'', the main antagonist in the 2000 semi-remake ''Geppetto'', and one of the supporting antagonists in ''Mickey's House of Villains''.
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'''Stromboli''' is one of the main antagonists of Disney's 2nd full-length animated feature film ''Pinocchio'' (which is based on the 1883 Italian novel ''The Adventures of Pinocchio''​ by the late Carlo Collodi), the main antagonist in the 2000 semi-remake ''Geppetto'', and one of the supporting antagonists in ''Mickey's House of Villains''.
   
 
He is based on Mangiafuoco, the puppet master of the 1883 Italian novel ''The Adventures of Pinocchio''​ by the late Carlo Collodi. Mangiafuoco was willing to burn Pinocchio because he ruined his show, but he spares him and gives him five gold coins. Basically, Stromboli would be the opposite of Mangiafuoco.
 
He is based on Mangiafuoco, the puppet master of the 1883 Italian novel ''The Adventures of Pinocchio''​ by the late Carlo Collodi. Mangiafuoco was willing to burn Pinocchio because he ruined his show, but he spares him and gives him five gold coins. Basically, Stromboli would be the opposite of Mangiafuoco.
   
In the original film, he was voiced by the late {{w|Charles Judels}}, who also played [[Coachman (Disney)|the Coachman]] in the same film. In ''Disney on Parade'', he was voiced by the late {{w|Thurl Ravenscroft}}. In ''Pinocchio's Daring Journey'', he was voiced by Ray Templin.
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In the original film, he was voiced by the late {{w|Charles Judels}}, who also played [[Coachman (Disney)|the Coachman]] in the same film. In ''Disney on Parade'', he was voiced by the late {{w|Thurl Ravenscroft}}, who also did the vocal sound effects of [[Monstro (Disney)|Monstro]]. In ''Pinocchio's Daring Journey'', he was voiced by Ray Templin.
   
 
==Personality==
 
==Personality==
In his first appearances, Stromboli seemed like he was a cruel, selfish, greedy, but slightly moody puppeteer (and for the most part, he was). Later on, however, he was revealed to have another side to him, as well. He could also be a manipulative and obnoxious psychopath, and revealed to Pinocchio that he would use his chopped-up body as firewood once he was done with him.
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In his first appearances, Stromboli seemed like he was a cruel, selfish, greedy, but slightly moody puppeteer (and for the most part, he was). Later on, however, he was revealed to have another side to him, as well. He could also be a manipulative and obnoxious psychopath, and revealed to Pinocchio that he would use his chopped-up body as firewood once he was done with him.
   
 
So Stromboli fits the classic bill of psychopathy: seemingly charming, but being greedy, violent, ruthless, and egotistical underneath his exterior. Though he did not possess many of the features many later Disney villains would possess, Stromboli managed to terrify many generations with his murderous and infanticidal declarations, hot-blooded temper, and even his sinister laugh.
 
So Stromboli fits the classic bill of psychopathy: seemingly charming, but being greedy, violent, ruthless, and egotistical underneath his exterior. Though he did not possess many of the features many later Disney villains would possess, Stromboli managed to terrify many generations with his murderous and infanticidal declarations, hot-blooded temper, and even his sinister laugh.
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Stromboli himself made a cameo appearance in ''Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in the House of Mouse'' and "Mickey vs. Shelby" during Mad Hatter's hat performance.
 
Stromboli himself made a cameo appearance in ''Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in the House of Mouse'' and "Mickey vs. Shelby" during Mad Hatter's hat performance.
   
In ''Mickey's House of Villains'', Stromboli joined the villains as they took over the House of Mouse. He is seen on the conga line behind Lucifer during "''It's Our House Now!''".
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In ''Mickey's House of Villains'', Stromboli joined the villains as they took over the House of Mouse. He is seen on the conga line behind Lucifer during the song "''It's Our House Now!''".
   
 
===''Geppetto''===
 
===''Geppetto''===
 
{{Quote|We've got to find Pinnochio before it's too late. Well, you know what happens to little boys on Pleasure Island. You don't want me to find him do you? Well, this time, I'll chain him up so he would never escape. And you, you'll be nothing more than firewood *laughs* Shh...|Stromboli to his ventrioloquist dummy.}}
 
{{Quote|We've got to find Pinnochio before it's too late. Well, you know what happens to little boys on Pleasure Island. You don't want me to find him do you? Well, this time, I'll chain him up so he would never escape. And you, you'll be nothing more than firewood *laughs* Shh...|Stromboli to his ventrioloquist dummy.}}
In the live action semi-remake ''Geppetto'', Stromboli was played by Brent Spiner (Data on ''Star Trek: the Next Generation''). Here, he is depicted as an arrogant, mendacious, exploitative, and obnoxious bully who constantly argues with his ventriloquist dummy.
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In the 2000 live-action semi-remake ''Geppetto'', Stromboli was portrayed by Brent Spiner (data on ''Star Trek: the Next Generation''). Here, he is depicted as an arrogant, mendacious, exploitative, and obnoxious bully who constantly argues with his ventriloquist dummy.
   
 
In the movie, after learning that Pinocchio was a stringless puppet, Stromboli asked him if he liked to sing and dance. Geppetto refused to let him get involved in show business and that he should not talk to strangers. After getting in trouble, Pinocchio runs away from home to live with Stromboli as well as performing for his puppet show.
 
In the movie, after learning that Pinocchio was a stringless puppet, Stromboli asked him if he liked to sing and dance. Geppetto refused to let him get involved in show business and that he should not talk to strangers. After getting in trouble, Pinocchio runs away from home to live with Stromboli as well as performing for his puppet show.
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After the show, Stromboli and his ventriloquist dummy were counting the money made from the show. Pinocchio was seen locked in a cage. Stromboli refused to let him out, because it is a dark and cruel world out there and, more importantly, it is part of the contract he signed. When Geppetto came by, Stromboli covered Pinocchio's cage with a quilt and hid him outside. He lied to Geppetto that Pinocchio went off on his own. After he left, Stromboli discovers that Pinocchio did wander off and learns that he was headed to Pleasure Island. Knowing what really happens there, Stromboli and his dummy went off to retrieve him before his father does.
 
After the show, Stromboli and his ventriloquist dummy were counting the money made from the show. Pinocchio was seen locked in a cage. Stromboli refused to let him out, because it is a dark and cruel world out there and, more importantly, it is part of the contract he signed. When Geppetto came by, Stromboli covered Pinocchio's cage with a quilt and hid him outside. He lied to Geppetto that Pinocchio went off on his own. After he left, Stromboli discovers that Pinocchio did wander off and learns that he was headed to Pleasure Island. Knowing what really happens there, Stromboli and his dummy went off to retrieve him before his father does.
   
Later, the Blue Fairy shows Geppetto what Stromboli [redeeming in himself]'''''' is really like and what he really wants from Pinocchio. At Pleasure Island, Stromboli followed Pinocchio around, but the Ringmaster tells him that adults are not allowed there. When Pinocchio tries to get on the rollercoaster, Geppetto and Stromboli were fighting each other, only to have the fight broke up and that Stromboli was escorted out of there (though Geppetto manages to dodge the stilt men).
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Later, the Blue Fairy shows Geppetto what Stromboli (redeeming in himself) is really like and what he really wants from Pinocchio. At Pleasure Island, Stromboli followed Pinocchio around, but the Ringmaster tells him that adults are not allowed there. When Pinocchio tries to get on the rollercoaster, Geppetto and Stromboli were fighting each other, only to have the fight broke up and that Stromboli was escorted out of there (though Geppetto manages to dodge the stilt men).
   
Back in the toyshop, Stromboli had been waiting for them and that he showed Geppetto the contract Pinocchio signed. He pushed Geppetto aside, ransomed Pinocchio, and went off. After the Blue Fairy turned him into a real boy, Stromboli realized that no one would pay to see a real boy. In the end, he was repeatedly attacked by the Blue Fairy and fled.
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Back in the toy shop, Stromboli had been waiting for them and that he showed Geppetto the contract Pinocchio signed. He pushed Geppetto aside, ransomed Pinocchio, and went off. After the Blue Fairy turned him into a real boy, Stromboli realized that no one would pay to see a real boy. In the end, he was repeatedly attacked by the Blue Fairy and fled.
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*He is ranked #22 in the Top 30 Disney Villains.
 
*He is ranked #22 in the Top 30 Disney Villains.
 
*Despite his limited screen time, Stromboli went on to become one of Disney's most infamous and acclaimed villains.
 
*Despite his limited screen time, Stromboli went on to become one of Disney's most infamous and acclaimed villains.
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*In the original story written by Carlo Collodi, Stromboli was named Mangiafoco and was gruff yet kinder, ultimately feeling sympathy for Pinocchio and giving him money for Gepetto.
 
*Stromboli is very similar to fellow Disney Villain [[Mother Gothel]]. Both have locked up the main protagonists of their respective films for their own selfish interests, acted charismatic, and when the protagonists (Pinocchio for Stromboli, Rapunzel for Gothel) protest, they would yell at them. Their names also originate from European countries (Gothel is German, and Stromboli is Italian).
 
*Stromboli is very similar to fellow Disney Villain [[Mother Gothel]]. Both have locked up the main protagonists of their respective films for their own selfish interests, acted charismatic, and when the protagonists (Pinocchio for Stromboli, Rapunzel for Gothel) protest, they would yell at them. Their names also originate from European countries (Gothel is German, and Stromboli is Italian).
 
*He is unique among Disney Villains, as he has no evil henchman to do his evil bidding, that is, except for Honest John.
 
*He is unique among Disney Villains, as he has no evil henchman to do his evil bidding, that is, except for Honest John.
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**Chronologically, Stromboli was the first Disney movie villain to share that trait.
 
**Chronologically, Stromboli was the first Disney movie villain to share that trait.
 
*Stromboli appears in ''Shrek the Third'' joining [[Prince Charming]] in his band of villains. In fact, Charming told him about Pinocchio abandoning Stromboli's show to go find his father. In response, Stromboli sniffled "I hate that little wooden puppet.".
 
*Stromboli appears in ''Shrek the Third'' joining [[Prince Charming]] in his band of villains. In fact, Charming told him about Pinocchio abandoning Stromboli's show to go find his father. In response, Stromboli sniffled "I hate that little wooden puppet.".
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*Though one can infer he got away with his crimes, he did lose his star attraction.
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*Stromboli's caravan is a filmed model printed on cels and painted. A similar technique was used 21 years later in ''One Hundred and One Dalmatians''.
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*According to video game designer Yōichi Kotabe, Stromboli partly inspired the physical design of the ''Mario'' antagonist [[Wario]].
   
 
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Latest revision as of 19:56, March 23, 2020

Villain Overview
QUIET! SHUT UP! Before I knock-a you silly!
~ Stromboli

Stromboli is one of the main antagonists of Disney's 2nd full-length animated feature film Pinocchio (which is based on the 1883 Italian novel The Adventures of Pinocchio​ by the late Carlo Collodi), the main antagonist in the 2000 semi-remake Geppetto, and one of the supporting antagonists in Mickey's House of Villains.

He is based on Mangiafuoco, the puppet master of the 1883 Italian novel The Adventures of Pinocchio​ by the late Carlo Collodi. Mangiafuoco was willing to burn Pinocchio because he ruined his show, but he spares him and gives him five gold coins. Basically, Stromboli would be the opposite of Mangiafuoco.

In the original film, he was voiced by the late Charles Judels, who also played the Coachman in the same film. In Disney on Parade, he was voiced by the late Thurl Ravenscroft, who also did the vocal sound effects of Monstro. In Pinocchio's Daring Journey, he was voiced by Ray Templin.

PersonalityEdit

In his first appearances, Stromboli seemed like he was a cruel, selfish, greedy, but slightly moody puppeteer (and for the most part, he was). Later on, however, he was revealed to have another side to him, as well. He could also be a manipulative and obnoxious psychopath, and revealed to Pinocchio that he would use his chopped-up body as firewood once he was done with him.

So Stromboli fits the classic bill of psychopathy: seemingly charming, but being greedy, violent, ruthless, and egotistical underneath his exterior. Though he did not possess many of the features many later Disney villains would possess, Stromboli managed to terrify many generations with his murderous and infanticidal declarations, hot-blooded temper, and even his sinister laugh.

RolesEdit

PinocchioEdit

At first, Stromboli portrayed himself as a large, but friendly man who learned of a living puppet named Pinocchio from Honest John and Gideon. To that end, Stromboli planned for Pinocchio to perform in his show, which Pinocchio did with glee (in his famous "I have no strings" melody). With the show declared a success, Stromoboli received lots of money and paid Honest John and Gideon a small percentage of it.

However, after the show had finished, Stromboli showed his true nature when Pinocchio wished to return home to Geppetto (though he would be back in the morning). Stromboli declared Pinocchio was "home" and locked him up into a cage, planning to make money from his performances and chop him into firewood when he became too old to perform.

Eventually, Pinocchio was freed from the cage by the Blue Fairy and Jiminy Cricket. Stromboli is not heard of again following this encounter, but his marionette show is presumably bankrupt after realizing that Pinocchio has escaped.

He does have a bit of a temper, and often loses it. He tends to say bad words in Italian whenever he loses his temper.

House of MouseEdit

Stromboli made an appearance in the episode "House of Crime", where he is seen arguing with Percival C. McLeach. Later that same episode, Stromboli was imprisoned with other Disney Villains as suspects of mysterious disappearances.

Stromboli himself made a cameo appearance in Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in the House of Mouse and "Mickey vs. Shelby" during Mad Hatter's hat performance.

In Mickey's House of Villains, Stromboli joined the villains as they took over the House of Mouse. He is seen on the conga line behind Lucifer during the song "It's Our House Now!".

GeppettoEdit

We've got to find Pinnochio before it's too late. Well, you know what happens to little boys on Pleasure Island. You don't want me to find him do you? Well, this time, I'll chain him up so he would never escape. And you, you'll be nothing more than firewood *laughs* Shh...
~ Stromboli to his ventrioloquist dummy.

In the 2000 live-action semi-remake Geppetto, Stromboli was portrayed by Brent Spiner (data on Star Trek: the Next Generation). Here, he is depicted as an arrogant, mendacious, exploitative, and obnoxious bully who constantly argues with his ventriloquist dummy.

In the movie, after learning that Pinocchio was a stringless puppet, Stromboli asked him if he liked to sing and dance. Geppetto refused to let him get involved in show business and that he should not talk to strangers. After getting in trouble, Pinocchio runs away from home to live with Stromboli as well as performing for his puppet show.

After the show, Stromboli and his ventriloquist dummy were counting the money made from the show. Pinocchio was seen locked in a cage. Stromboli refused to let him out, because it is a dark and cruel world out there and, more importantly, it is part of the contract he signed. When Geppetto came by, Stromboli covered Pinocchio's cage with a quilt and hid him outside. He lied to Geppetto that Pinocchio went off on his own. After he left, Stromboli discovers that Pinocchio did wander off and learns that he was headed to Pleasure Island. Knowing what really happens there, Stromboli and his dummy went off to retrieve him before his father does.

Later, the Blue Fairy shows Geppetto what Stromboli (redeeming in himself) is really like and what he really wants from Pinocchio. At Pleasure Island, Stromboli followed Pinocchio around, but the Ringmaster tells him that adults are not allowed there. When Pinocchio tries to get on the rollercoaster, Geppetto and Stromboli were fighting each other, only to have the fight broke up and that Stromboli was escorted out of there (though Geppetto manages to dodge the stilt men).

Back in the toy shop, Stromboli had been waiting for them and that he showed Geppetto the contract Pinocchio signed. He pushed Geppetto aside, ransomed Pinocchio, and went off. After the Blue Fairy turned him into a real boy, Stromboli realized that no one would pay to see a real boy. In the end, he was repeatedly attacked by the Blue Fairy and fled.

TriviaEdit

  • He is ranked #22 in the Top 30 Disney Villains.
  • Despite his limited screen time, Stromboli went on to become one of Disney's most infamous and acclaimed villains.
  • In the original story written by Carlo Collodi, Stromboli was named Mangiafoco and was gruff yet kinder, ultimately feeling sympathy for Pinocchio and giving him money for Gepetto.
  • Stromboli is very similar to fellow Disney Villain Mother Gothel. Both have locked up the main protagonists of their respective films for their own selfish interests, acted charismatic, and when the protagonists (Pinocchio for Stromboli, Rapunzel for Gothel) protest, they would yell at them. Their names also originate from European countries (Gothel is German, and Stromboli is Italian).
  • He is unique among Disney Villains, as he has no evil henchman to do his evil bidding, that is, except for Honest John.
  • In some pages of a comic book named Disney Classic Cartoon Tales, which holds The Lion King, Pinocchio and Bambi, his name is sometimes misspelled as Stomboli.
    • Chronologically, Stromboli was the first Disney movie villain to share that trait.
  • Stromboli appears in Shrek the Third joining Prince Charming in his band of villains. In fact, Charming told him about Pinocchio abandoning Stromboli's show to go find his father. In response, Stromboli sniffled "I hate that little wooden puppet.".
  • Though one can infer he got away with his crimes, he did lose his star attraction.
  • Stromboli's caravan is a filmed model printed on cels and painted. A similar technique was used 21 years later in One Hundred and One Dalmatians.
  • According to video game designer Yōichi Kotabe, Stromboli partly inspired the physical design of the Mario antagonist Wario.

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Br'er Fox & Br'er Bear | Giant Magnet | Evil Clown | Merlock | Dijon | Oogie Boogie | Lock, Shock & Barrel | Bill Bluff | BluffCo Industries (Guy Graham, Bob & Bluff Agents) | Gloomius Maximus | Ivan Krank | Von Talon | Cufflingk and Underlingk | Kazar | Wildebeests (Blag) | Vidia | Jacob Marley | Old Joe | Supervisor | Mr. Whiskers | Shelley | Were-Rat | Sea Monkeys | Mr. Burgermeister | Ripslinger | Zed | Ned | Zarina

Sequels
Abis Mal | Sa'Luk | Forty Thieves | Maestro Forte | Fife | Jesters | Zira | Outsiders (Nuka & Vitani) | Mack McCro | Supreme Commander | Morgana | Undertow | Cloak & Dagger | Bradley Uppercrust III | The Gammas | Buster | Sarousch | Pom-Pom | Tad White | Jacques von Hamsterviel | Reuben | Sparky | Leroy | Erik Hellstorm | Ashton Carnaby | Edgar Volgud | Krakken | Lil Lightning | Lord Qin | Bandits | Mama Gunda | Uto & Kago | Marina Del Rey | Cad Spinner

Shorts, TV Shows, Comics and Video Games
Peg Leg Pete | Phantom Blot | Skeletons | Grim Reaper | Mad Doctor | Demon Cats | Gustav the Giant | Lonesome Ghosts | Doctor Vulter | Solego the Chaos God | Arpine Lusene | Eli Squinch | Sylvester Shyster | Fantomius | Inquinator | Spectrus | Zafire | H. U. Hennessy | Jolly Roger | Witch | Zeke Midas Wolf | Captain Katt | Mortimer Mouse | Butch the Bulldog | Beagle Boys | Foxy Loxy | Ajax Gorilla | Witch Hazel | Adolf Hitler | Nazi School Teacher | Little Hans | Fat Cat | Norton Nimnul | Aldrin Klordane | Baby Thaddeus | Ratso Ratzkiwatzki | Julius | Dr. Frankenollie | Mizrabel | Huntsman | Huntsgirl | Dark Dragon | Al Roker | Chuckles | Princess Irmaplotz | Grace Goodwin | Molly | Shadow Blot | False Shadow Blot | Foxy Loxy | Goosey Loosey | Suzi | Oswald Gardner | Commander Heist | Lazlo

Disney Parks
Alien | Lava Monster | Mad Hatter | Nebula Ghosts | Professor J.T. Wu | S.I.R. | Yeti (Expedition Everest) | Yeti (Matterhorn Bobsleds)

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Book
The Fox & the Cat | Coachman | Terrible Dogfish

Movies
Pinocchio (1940): Honest John Worthington | Gideon | Stromboli | Coachman | Coachman's Minions | Monstro
Pinocchio and the Emperor of the Night: Emperor of the Night | Puppetino
The Adventures of Pinocchio: Lorenzini | Felinet and Volpe

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