History Disney / PeterPan

7th Feb '16 3:28:50 PM nombretomado
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The well-remembered [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1953]] Disney animated movie presents a cozier version of Peter Pan, keeping most of the incidents, but virtually none of the original dialogue. Furthermore, it is one of the earliest examples when the play's usual casting tradition was waived and a male actor was cast for the title role.
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The well-remembered [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1953]] Disney animated movie presents a cozier version of Peter Pan, keeping most of the incidents, but virtually none of the original dialogue. Furthermore, it is one of the earliest examples when the play's usual casting tradition was waived and a male actor was cast for the title role.
26th Jan '16 8:48:55 AM dsneybuf
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Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon entry #14, and the last one to be distributed by RKO. It is also the last film that all nine of DisneysNineOldMen worked on together.
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Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon entry #14, and the last one to be distributed by RKO.Creator/RKOPictures. It is also the last film that all nine of DisneysNineOldMen worked on together.
18th Jan '16 9:59:43 AM KoopaKid17
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Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon entry #14, and the last one to be distributed by RKO.
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Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon entry #14, and the last one to be distributed by RKO. RKO. It is also the last film that all nine of DisneysNineOldMen worked on together.
5th Jan '16 12:35:27 PM ngh93
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-->'''Wendy''': My name's Wendy. Wendy Moira Angela Darling\\
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-->'''Wendy''': My name's Wendy. Wendy Moira Angela Darling\\Darling.\\
30th Nov '15 6:48:40 AM erttheking
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10th Nov '15 6:12:25 PM Seraphine
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Moving Cut Song to trivia.
* CutSong: ** "Never Smile at a Crocodile" (though the melody still is heard when Tick-Tock enters the scene, and it appeared in a Sing Along Songs volume), "Neverland" and a few songs for the pirates. ** "The Second Star to the Right" ''originated'' from a deleted song from Disney's version of ''Disney/AliceInWonderland'', "Beyond the Laughing Sky". ** Another song that was cut involved the pirates trying to persuade the Lost Boys to join their crew. It was eventually replaced with a different song, "The Elegant Captain Hook".

** Near the end, the Darlings return home to find Wendy's bed empty, only to find her asleep by the window. A nod to the original play where they return home to find their children missing, since they left with Peter. The film make it seen as if it was AllJustADream. ** The ending has Mr. Darling recognizing the pirate ship as 'something he'd seen before'. This is a ''very'' subtle reference to the fact that in many stage productions, the same actor who Plays Hook ususally plays Mr. Darling. * NeverSayDie: Averted. Though Disney would soon become known for their reluctance to refer to death in children's cartoons, in this movie, there are quite a few references to death, several killing attempts -- as well as one off-screen killing in Hook's first scene (detailed above). * NeverSmileAtACrocodile: Tick-Tock the Crocodile. He even had a song about him that was cut from the film, though the instrumentals remain in part, which is the TropeNamer.
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** Near the end, the Darlings return home to find Wendy's bed empty, only to find her asleep by the window. A nod to the original play where they return home to find their children missing, since they left with Peter. The film make makes it seen seem as if it was AllJustADream. ** The ending has Mr. Darling recognizing the pirate ship as 'something he'd seen before'. This is a ''very'' subtle reference to the fact that in many stage productions, the same actor who Plays Hook ususally usually plays Mr. Darling. * NeverSayDie: Averted. Though Disney would soon become known for their reluctance to refer to death in children's cartoons, in this movie, there There are quite a few references to death, several killing attempts -- as well as one off-screen killing in Hook's first scene (detailed above). * NeverSmileAtACrocodile: Tick-Tock the Crocodile. He even had a song about him that was cut from the film, though the instrumentals remain in part, which is the TropeNamer.{{Trope Namer|s}}.
24th Sep '15 7:57:31 PM NateTheGreat
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* [[ButNotTooBlack But Not Too Red]]: All of the Indians have skin the color of a tomato except for Tiger Lily, who looks more like a white person dipped in tea (and thus, ironically, more like an actual Native American).
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* [[ButNotTooBlack But Not Too Red]]: All of the Indians have skin the color of a tomato except for Tiger Lily, who looks more like a white person [[StarbucksSkinScale dipped in tea tea]] (and thus, ironically, more like an actual Native American).
22nd Sep '15 1:16:28 PM BatmanKalEl
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* AdaptationalWimp: Captain Hook. As Internet reviewer Blog/UnshavedMouse [[http://unshavedmouse.com/2012/11/08/disney-reviews-by-the-unshaved-mouse-14-peter-pan/ notes]]: -->''Even his own men don’t seem to fear him and he’s murdering them on a regular basis! [The book] mentions that Hook is feared by “the Sea-Cook”. As in, Long John Freakin’ Silver was afraid of this guy. The Disney version wouldn’t scare Captain Crunch.''

* BreakoutCharacter: Tinker Bell.
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* BreakoutCharacter: BreakoutCharacter: ** Tinker Bell.
29th Aug '15 3:06:36 AM Morgenthaler
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** Tinker Bell deserves some credit, for being GenreSavvy enough to insist that he won't lay a hook on Pan either.
27th Aug '15 6:42:27 PM jameygamer
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Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon entry #14.
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Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon entry #14. #14, and the last one to be distributed by RKO.
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