History Characters / PeterPan

22nd May '17 9:10:41 AM king3000
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* AntiVillain: To the point where he's only a "villain" because he's on Captain Hook's side.
20th May '17 12:48:00 PM ElSquibbonator
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* SparedByTheAdaptation: In the book, he is simply swallowed up by the crocodile, but in the Disney movie, he immediately jumps out of the crocodile's mouth unharmed shortly after being swallowed up and later swimming away screaming for Smee with the crocodile still behind him.

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* SparedByTheAdaptation: In the book, he is simply swallowed up dies after being eaten by the crocodile, but in the Disney movie, he immediately jumps out of the crocodile's mouth unharmed shortly after being swallowed up and later swimming away screaming for Smee with the crocodile still behind him.



* GenderFlip: Is female in the novel (though this is only briefly mentioned), but male in the Disney version.

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* GenderFlip: Is female in the novel (though this is only briefly mentioned), but is implied to be male in the Disney version.
20th May '17 4:46:09 AM rufusluciusivan
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* {{Jerkass}}: Justififed reason and the occasional sympathetic moments aside, Captain Hook is, at his worst, a pugnacious, callous pirate who's all too eager to KickTheDog and murder a group of children (who, by all accounts and purposes, don't know what they are doing is wrong) in cold blood.

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* {{Jerkass}}: Justififed reason and the occasional sympathetic moments aside, Captain Hook is, at his worst, a pugnacious, callous pirate who's all too eager to KickTheDog and murder a group of children (who, by all accounts and purposes, don't know what they are doing is wrong) in cold blood. And let's not forget his tendency to kill his own crew for slight mistakes, such as bothering him by singing off-key (in the Disney version) or ruffling his clothes (in the book).
15th May '17 12:05:50 AM Hvedekorn
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* GenreSavvy: One day all the boys in Mrs. Darling's class realized they loved her all at once, and rushed to propose to her. Mr. Darling was the only one savvy enough to call a cab so he could arrive and propose to her first, and thus that's how he won her.
14th May '17 9:00:46 PM Give1Take2
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* TheThreeFacesOfEve: In the play and book she is The Child to Wendy's Wife and Tiger Lily's Seductress; though in keeping with the book's tendency to [[DeconstructedTrope deconstruct]] [[AmbiguousInnocence childish "innocence,"]] that means she can be very heartless and murderous in trying to get her own way. (The Disney adaptation changes it so Tinker Bell's a Seductress along with Tiger Lily, turning the three girls' dynamic into a simple MadonnaWhoreComplex.)



* TheThreeFacesOfEve: Between her, Tinker Bell, and Tiger Lily, Wendy is ''definitely'' '''The Wife'''. Calm, sensible, TeamMom. What more can we say? She even plays make-believe to be Peter's wife all the time in the book.



* GenreSavvy: One day all the boys in Mrs. Darling's class realized they loved her all at once, and rushed to propose to her. Mr. Darling was the only one savvy enough to call a cab so he could arrive and propose to her first, and thus that's how he won her.



* InferioritySuperiorityComplex: The book makes it clear that Mr. Darling's a blustering braggart because he secretly fears that people don't ''admire'' him.



* LoveMartyr: The book's LemonyNarrator says under no uncertain terms that Mrs. Darling is a platonic case for her children, since they selfishly abandoned her to have adventures in Neverland without giving a thought to how it might hurt her, knowing she'll instantly forgive and welcome them back with open arms whenever they could be arsed to return. The LemonyNarrator then suggests informing Mrs. Darling that her kids are coming home to teach them a lesson, but [[BeyondTheImpossible somehow she wordlessly pleads with him not to spoil the surprise of her runaway children coming home to her because the poor Darlings would be so disappointed if she wasn't surprised by their return]]. The narrator grudgingly agrees, but only out of respect for Mrs. Darling.



* SingleIssueWonk: In the book, Mr. Darling never stops complaining about having a ''dog'' for a nurse. (Before his CharacterDevelopment.) It gets to the point that when Mrs. Darling discovers Peter Pan in the nursery and he leaves his shadow behind, she decides against telling Mr. Darling because she already knows what he's going to say--"It all comes with having a dog for a nurse."
* SlaveToPR: Mr. Darling, full stop. Somewhat justified in that he works at an office where advancement depends on good social standing. In the novel he takes this UpToEleven wherein he's ''obsessed'' with doing things just like the neighbors in everything (from how he dresses to whether they have a nanny to help raise their kids), which is why he objects to having a dog for a nurse--what would the neighbors think?!



* WomenAreWiser: In pretty much every version of the story (including the original play and novel), she's much more wise, intuitive, and sensible than her husband.



* BadassPrincess: [[FauxActionGirl Implied but not seen]] in the book. Despite having many brave warriors in her tribe, whenever they travel she brings up the rear, "the place of greatest danger," and is implied to take part in many of the Indians' and Lost Boys' wars before Peter saves her. Some adaptations drop the "implied" part.

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* BadassPrincess: [[FauxActionGirl Implied but not seen]] in the book. Despite having many brave warriors in her tribe, whenever they travel she brings up the rear, "the place of greatest danger," and is implied to take part in many of the Indians' and Lost Boys' wars before Peter saves her. her from Hook. [[AdaptationalBadass Some adaptations drop the "implied" part.]]



* RunawayBride: Implied in the book. She's described as very beautiful and coquettish, and that there is not a man in her tribe who would not gladly marry her, but "she staves off the alter with a hatchet." (In other words, she chops the wedding alter to pieces with a hatchet.)

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* RunawayBride: Implied in the book. She's described as very beautiful and coquettish, coquettish (someone who flirts insincerely), and that there is not a man brave in her tribe who would not gladly marry her, but "she staves off the alter with a hatchet." (In other words, she chops tends to chop the wedding alter to pieces splinters with a hatchet.)



* TheThreeFacesOfEve: The Seductress to Wendy's Wife and (book) Tinker Bell's Child.



* UndyingLoyalty: Most prominent in the Disney version, where she will not give up Peter Pan's location to Hook even when on the verge of drowning. (Note that death by drowning is considered AFateWorseThanDeath to her culture, even worse than fire or torture, since it means she won't be able to go to her people's afterlife.)

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* UndyingLoyalty: Most prominent in the Disney version, where she will not give up Peter Pan's location to Hook even when on the verge of drowning. (Note Note that death by drowning is considered AFateWorseThanDeath to in her culture, even worse than fire or torture, since it means she won't be able to go to her people's afterlife.)



* YouNoTakeCandle: In the play and book. Probably for the best Disney didn't give her lines...

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* YouNoTakeCandle: In the play and book. [[invoked]] [[ValuesDissonance Probably for the best Disney didn't give her any lines...]]
14th May '17 5:47:58 PM Give1Take2
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* BadassPrincess: [[FauxActionGirl Implied but not seen]] in the book. Despite having many brave warriors in her tribe, whenever they travel she brings up the rear, "the place of greatest danger," and is implied to take part in many of the Indians' and Lost Boys' wars before Peter saves her. Some adaptations drop the "implied" part.



* TheChiefsDaughter

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* TheChiefsDaughterTheChiefsDaughter: Natch.



* MasculineGirlFeminineBoy

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* MasculineGirlFeminineBoyMasculineGirlFeminineBoy: With John in the 2003 adaptation and Anime/PeterPanNoBouken, where her ActionGirl and {{Tsundere}} tendencies are played up, while John's scholarly leanings are emphasized.


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* ProudBeauty: She is extremely beautiful, coquettish (insincere flirt), and proud.
* RunawayBride: Implied in the book. She's described as very beautiful and coquettish, and that there is not a man in her tribe who would not gladly marry her, but "she staves off the alter with a hatchet." (In other words, she chops the wedding alter to pieces with a hatchet.)


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* UndyingLoyalty: Most prominent in the Disney version, where she will not give up Peter Pan's location to Hook even when on the verge of drowning. (Note that death by drowning is considered AFateWorseThanDeath to her culture, even worse than fire or torture, since it means she won't be able to go to her people's afterlife.)


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* YouNoTakeCandle: In the play and book. Probably for the best Disney didn't give her lines...
13th May '17 7:22:59 PM creader
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Below are the character from Disney's ''Disney/PeterPan'' and its' DTV sequel, ''Disney/ReturnToNeverland''.




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13th May '17 7:19:16 PM creader
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-->'''Voiced by:''' [=Andrew McDonough=]

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-->'''Voiced by:''' [=Andrew McDonough=]
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* {{Fanboy}}: He deeply believes in Peter Pan and tries to emulate him.

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* {{Fanboy}}: He deeply believes in Peter Pan and tries to emulate him.him right down to the same colored hat with the red feather and a wooden sword.


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* UncannyFamilyResemblance: Falling under SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute, Danny looks ''near'' identical to his Uncle Michael, with the only difference being in eye color (Michael had blue, Danny has green).
13th May '17 7:11:27 PM creader
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* StrongFamilyResemblance: Mary is a grown up version of Wendy.



* DaddysGirl: Very close to her father.

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* DaddysGirl: Very close to her father.father and was adamant about staying in England because she promised she would there until he came home.



* {{Pajama Clad Hero}}ine

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* {{Pajama Clad Hero}}ineHero}}ine: She spends most of the time in the sequel in her pajamas.



* StrongFamilyResemblance: Jane looks like her mother so much that Captain Hook and Captain Hook mistook her for her.

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* StrongFamilyResemblance: Jane looks like her mother Wendy so much that Captain Hook Hook, Hook's Crew, and Captain Hook Peter mistook her for her.her mother.


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* TookALevelInIdealism: Her time in Neverland helped reignite her childlike wonder she lost as a child.
* TookALevelInKindness: Jane becomes more kinder during her time in Neverland, losing her negative attitude that made her come across as a {{jerkass}}.
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