History Disney / PeterPan

16th Apr '18 7:14:59 PM DrNoPuma
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* PirateSong: Captain Hook's crew sings "A Pirate's Life for Me", about how they love living as freebooters and criminals.
24th Mar '18 9:34:28 AM Miss_Desperado
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* CurbStompBattle: The Indians have no trouble at all capturing the Lost Boys.



-->'''John''': Therefore, we simply surround them...\\

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-->'''John''': Therefore, we [the Lost Boys] simply surround them...\\
24th Mar '18 9:29:09 AM Miss_Desperado
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* ClingyJealousGirl: Peter inspires clinginess and jealousy in all the female characters of [=NeverLand=], although Tinker Bell's is the only jealousy that becomes important to the plot. Even Wendy gets a helping of this during the Indian tribal song. In the sequel it's shown that Peter's aware of this, but he doesn't seem to know why. (See next trope.)

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* ClingyJealousGirl: Peter inspires clinginess and jealousy in all the female characters of [=NeverLand=], although Tinker Bell's is the only jealousy that becomes important to the plot. Even Wendy gets a helping of this during the Indian tribal song. In the sequel it's shown that Peter's aware of this, but he doesn't seem to know why. (See next trope.CluelessChickMagnet below.)


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* HoistByHisOwnPetard: John's plan to capture the Indians is used by the Indians to capture the Lost Boys.
-->'''John''': Therefore, we simply surround them...\\
(The Indians surround the Lost Boys)\\
'''John''': ...and take them by surprise.\\
(the Lost Boys get grabbed)
7th Mar '18 5:17:08 PM Pamina
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Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon entry #14, and the last one to be distributed by Creator/RKOPictures. It is based on [[Literature/PeterPan the 1902 stage play (and, by proxy, its 1904 book adaptation)]] by James Barrie, and is also the last film that all nine of Creator/DisneysNineOldMen worked on together.

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Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon entry #14, and the last one to be distributed by Creator/RKOPictures. It is based on [[Literature/PeterPan the 1902 1904 stage play (and, by proxy, its 1904 1911 book adaptation)]] by James Barrie, and is also the last film that all nine of Creator/DisneysNineOldMen worked on together.
7th Mar '18 5:14:30 PM Pamina
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* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: Unlike the original play and novel, where Peter Pan and Neverland are explicitly real, this film leaves it ambiguous whether the trip to Neverland was AllJustADream of Wendy's or not.



* MidflightWaterTouching: The "You can Fly" segment where Peter gave the Darling children the ability to fly. Peter rode on the backs of two swans in a lake and Wendy flew a foot over the water, with Tinker Bell deliberately breaking up her image in it.

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* MidflightWaterTouching: The "You can Can Fly" segment where Peter gave the Darling children the ability to fly. Peter rode on the backs of two swans in a lake and Wendy flew a foot over the water, with Tinker Bell deliberately breaking up her image in it.
11th Feb '18 1:17:53 PM N8han11
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** It has gotten to the point of becoming FetishFuel for online writers and artists to put favorite villains and or jerks (who do not necessarily have to be female) in the same position as Hook at Skull Rock fighting the Crocodile, and the results sometimes range from being just ComedicUnderwearExposure up to the level of TheNudifier.
11th Feb '18 1:04:09 PM fruitstripegum
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* JerkassHasAPoint: Perhaps George Darling overreacted a tad by forcing Wendy to move out of the playroom the following day, but he was justifiably upset when the boys took his coat cufflings to use as buried treasure for their game without asking and drew a treasure map ''on his shirt front for his company party where he was the guest of honor.'' Wendy didn't know what the boys did, since she was surprised to see the map on his shirtfront, but maybe she should have reminded the boys to be more careful. He also has a bit of justification for having Nanna put outside, as he had just tripped on Nanna, knocking her over slightly while he got his foot caught on a toy wagon and went flying across the room, hitting the wall hard. Guess who his family showed their condolences to solely?

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* JerkassHasAPoint: Perhaps George Darling overreacted a tad by forcing Wendy to move out of the playroom the following day, but he was justifiably upset when the boys took his coat cufflings cufflinks to use as buried treasure for their game without asking and drew a treasure map ''on his shirt front for his company party where he was the guest of honor.'' Wendy didn't know what the boys did, since she was surprised to see the map on his shirtfront, but maybe she should have reminded the boys to be more careful. He also has a bit of justification for having Nanna put outside, as he had just tripped on Nanna, knocking her over slightly while he got his foot caught on a toy wagon and went flying across the room, hitting the wall hard. Guess who his family showed their condolences to solely?
21st Jan '18 6:03:23 PM PeachLover94
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* ClothingDamage: Between Peter and the crocodile, Captain Hook's pirate finery is constantly being mangled and demolished.

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* ClothingDamage: Between Peter and the crocodile, Captain Hook's pirate finery is constantly being mangled and demolished.demolished so much that he is left a little bit naked by the chase and escape from the Crocodile.
** It has gotten to the point of becoming FetishFuel for online writers and artists to put favorite villains and or jerks (who do not necessarily have to be female) in the same position as Hook at Skull Rock fighting the Crocodile, and the results sometimes range from being just ComedicUnderwearExposure up to the level of TheNudifier.
5th Jan '18 6:16:20 PM ApatheticTurkey
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** Tinker Bell doesnít get it any better, either. She gets stuck in a dresser, Peter ''and'' Michael get pixie dust from her in the most humiliating way possible, almost gets eaten by a frog, gets banished by Peter, gets kidnapped by Smee, gets trapped in a lantern by Hook after tricking her into reveling Peterís location, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking and also finds out her butt is big]].


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** Tinker Bell goes through one in the first act.


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* LaserGuidedKarma: Tinker Bell gets 3:
** Deliberately breaks Wendyís reflection on the water during her flight? She nearly gets eaten by a fish.
** Tries to have Wendy killed by the Lost Boys? She gets banished by Peter.
** Reveals Peterís hideaway to Hook out of petty jealousy towards [[RuleOfThree Wendy]]? She gets trapped in a lantern by Hook.


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* {{Narcissist}}: One of the first things Tinker Bell does while trying to find Peterís shadow is to admire herself at a mirror... that is until she finds out how big her butt is.
7th Dec '17 11:17:37 PM DarkChirano
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* StockFootage: During "What Makes the Red Man Red?", the same animation of an Indian woman ordering Wendy to gather firewood is used twice (though it skips a little further the second time).
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