L (Lampwick): Have you ever been to Pleasure Island?
P (Pinocchio ): No, never.
L: They say it is a wonderful place. No school. No cops (=police). There is plenty to eat, plenty to drink. And it’s all free.
Then they arrived at the Pleasure Island. The children were filled with joy. They were given a lot of food and drink. It was all free.
L: Let’s hit somebody on the nose.
L: Just for fun.
And Pinocchio followed Lampwick. Jiminy had lost Pinocchio. He was looking for him in the crowd.
J (Jiminy): I feel that there is something wrong with this. I gotta (=have got to) get Pinocchio out of here.
The children in the island were also given cigarettes for free. Then they were shown a house. It was a house for destruction. Children could destroy it. It was also free. Pinocchio seemed quite happy with all these.
P: Being bad is a lot of fun, isn’t it?
The coachman turned to his men:
C (coachman): Now shut the doors and lock the boys.
Now it was midnight. Jiminy was still looking for Pinocchio. There was no one around.
J: Where is everybody? The place is like a graveyard. Pinocchio, where are you?
Pinocchio was with Lampwick. They were playing billiards.
P: Where do you suppose (=think) all the boys went to? (Where are the other boys?)
L: They are around here somewhere. What do you care? You are having a good time, ain’t you?
P: Sure. I am having a good time.