Stop hand

Click To Help Ursula!
You Poor Unfortunate Soul, this "Coachman's Minions,"
has been found to need Ursula’s Touch.
It MUST be rewritten, see the light, and make a switch!!
So says Ursula:
the true queen of Atlantica.

2011-01-29 1924

Click To Help Maleficent
"Listen well, all of you!", "Coachman's Minions,"
is nothing more than an insignificant stub.
It is in desperate need of more content.
So says Maleficent:
the Mistress of All Evil.

Coachman's Minions
Background information
Feature films Pinocchio
Television programs
Video games
Park attractions
Animators John McManus
Voice  ?
Performance model
Character information
Other names
Appearance Remain completely in shadow, save for glowing eyes; resemble something
Occupation Henchmen of the Coachman
Alignment The Coachman
Home Pleasure Island
Friends Coachman
Enemies Alexander, the Stupid Little Boys
Powers and abilities
Typical Saying  ?

The Coachman's Minions are secondary antagonists and the hellish residents of Pleasure Island. While the boys enjoy themselves in the fairground area of the Island, the Coachman cracks his whip, ordering his minions to shut and lock the main doors, preventing the unwitting boys from escaping. He then orders them to "get down below" and prepare crates. They are next seen loading donkeys - the naughty boys transformed - into these crates, under the Coachman's watchful eye. The donkeys are then sold as labour.

Their appearance is never completely revealed; they are shown only in shadow, save for their glowing white eyes. However, it can be discerned from the silhouette of a minion that they have arms resembling that of a gorilla; they are also whipped by the Coachman, suggesting that they are beasts. However, the fact that the Coachman refers to them as "blokes" suggests a certain amount of humanity. Their history and reasons for obeying the Coachman are unknown, and they carry out their master's orders with golem-like efficiency and obedience. They were all destroyed along with the curse of Pleasure Island when Pinocchio escaped because no boys must escape.


  • In the original Italian story of Pinocchio, there were no known counterparts to the Coachman's minions; apparently it was a one-man operation.

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