Someone should have caught the 'Pinocchio' lyric.

Remaking Disney's 1940 cartoon masterpiece Pinocchio into a live action picture was always going to be a struggle,

and director Robert Zemeckis changes the script with Chris Weitz, including the story's ending.

Alan Silvestri and Glen Ballard wrote four songs for the live version, including one in which Tom Hanks' Geppetto sings "Pinocchio! Pinocchio! Holy smokey-o!"

"The Coachman of Pleasure Island" has some of Disney's most problematic lyrics (but Aladdin still wins).

After evading one child-captor, Pinocchio is captured by the Coachman (played by Luke Evans).

The Coachman in the original film is a lecherous man who "collects foolish young boys"

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