History Disney / PeterPan

10th Aug '17 4:11:08 PM Angeldeb82
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** Wendy doesn't want to admit she's growing up. The thought of getting a room of her own and being separated from her brothers saddens her. Her adventure in Neverland proves that growing up can have its benefits, in that you're not the ChewToy in a resident of boys and murderous fairy creatures.

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** Wendy doesn't want to admit she's growing up. The thought of getting a room of her own and being separated from her brothers saddens her. Her adventure in Neverland proves that growing up can have its benefits, in that you're not the ChewToy TheChewToy in a resident of boys and murderous fairy creatures.



* ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve: ''Averted''; in fact, we never see Tinker Bell recover from the bomb. [[UnexplainedRecovery She gets better with no explanation]]. On the other hand, this is played straight in the sequel when Jane's newfound belief revives Tinker Bell.

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* ClapYourHandsIfYouBelieve: ''Averted''; in fact, we never see Tinker Bell recover from the bomb. [[UnexplainedRecovery She gets better with no explanation]]. explanation.]] On the other hand, this is played straight in the sequel when Jane's newfound belief revives Tinker Bell.



* DartboardOfHate: Sort of. When we first see the pirates, they're throwing daggers at a drawing of Captain Hook, angry that [[PiratesWhoDontDoAnything they've had been forced to abandon pillaging ships, and stay in Neverland until Hook somehow manages to get his revenge on Peter for cutting off his hand.]]

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* DartboardOfHate: Sort of. When we first see the pirates, they're throwing daggers at a drawing of Captain Hook, angry that [[PiratesWhoDontDoAnything [[ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything they've had been forced to abandon pillaging ships, and stay in Neverland until Hook somehow manages to get his revenge on Peter for cutting off his hand.]]hand]].



* DisneyVillainDeath: Averted for Captain Hook but played straight for the crew member he shoots. Though Hook does end up falling into the crocodile's mouth, [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments he bursts out of his mouth a moment later, scared out of his mind.]]

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* DisneyVillainDeath: Averted for Captain Hook but played straight for the crew member he shoots. Though Hook does end up falling into the crocodile's mouth, [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments he bursts out of his mouth a moment later, scared out of his mind.]]mind]].



* EatTheCamera: the camera zooms into the Chief's mouth during "What Made the Red Man Red?".

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* EatTheCamera: the The camera zooms into the Chief's mouth during toward the end of "What Made the Red Man Red?". Red?"



** Possibly [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] in that the pixie dust wears off over time. After her ordeal with the mermaids, Wendy had to flap her arms to fly on two occasions just to catch up to Peter.

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** Possibly [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] {{Justified|Trope}} in that the pixie dust wears off over time. After her ordeal with the mermaids, Wendy had to flap her arms to fly on two occasions just to catch up to Peter.



* HollywoodNatives: The Indians are hyper-stereotypes who smoke pipes, wear feathered headdresses, speak in TontoTalk, and live in teepees. They even come complete with a truly cringeworthy song, "What Makes the Red Man Red".

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* HollywoodNatives: The Indians are hyper-stereotypes who smoke pipes, wear feathered headdresses, speak in TontoTalk, and live in teepees. They even come complete with a truly cringeworthy song, "What Makes Made the Red Man Red".Red?"



* [[NobodyCallsMeChicken Nobody Calls Pan A Coward And Lives!]]: Peter takes some stupid risks once he's goaded.

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* [[NobodyCallsMeChicken Nobody Calls Pan A a Coward And and Lives!]]: Peter takes some stupid risks once he's goaded.



-->'''Hook:''' You wouldn't do in old Hook in now, would you, lad? I'll go away forever. I'll do anything you say.\\

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-->'''Hook:''' You wouldn't do in old Hook in now, would you, lad? I'll go away forever. I'll do anything you say.\\



* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have To Be Crocodiles?!]]: Very, very justified in Hook's case -- when your missing body part has converted an ordinary crocodile into a SuperPersistentPredator, you have ample reason to be antsy when that "tick-tock" starts up...

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* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have To to Be Crocodiles?!]]: Very, very justified in Hook's case -- when your missing body part has converted an ordinary crocodile into a SuperPersistentPredator, you have ample reason to be antsy when that "tick-tock" starts up...
24th Jul '17 6:17:23 PM johman
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*Oh Crap!: Wendy gets this twice. First when she is falling toward a bunch of sharp-looking rocks after the Lost Boys fire various weapons at them. Then as she exits Hangman's Tree and finds herself surrounded by the pirates, who have captured her brothers and the Lost Boys.
**Hook gets several of these:
***When he first sees the crocodile approaching the ship fearing he would eat him.
***When he finds himself standing in thin air due to Peter's distraction.
***As he notices the crocodile approaching him while hanging onto the cliff he fell off of.
***When he screams "WHOAAAAH!" as he sees the crocodile swimming toward him.
***When he sees Peter show up alive after believing he died in the explosion. Smee gets the same reaction at the same time.
**Peter reacts this way when he realizes his present is actually a bomb just a second before it explodes.
23rd Jun '17 11:57:55 AM Mdumas43073
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->''The second star to the right shines with a light so rare,\\
And if it's Never Land you need, its light will lead you there.''

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->''The ->''"The second star to the right shines with a light so rare,\\
And if it's Never Land you need, its light will lead you there.''
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23rd Jun '17 11:57:38 AM Mdumas43073
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12th Jun '17 7:03:24 PM Grif
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* OOCIsSeriousBusiness: Peter is constantly laid-back and jovial. Even when he has to banish Tinker Bell, he does so in a dramatic voice. But he suddenly gets very serious when the Lost Boys want to leave Neverland.
--> '''Peter:''' But I warn you, once you're grown up, you can never come back. ''Never!''
10th Jun '17 12:42:17 PM jccw227
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* DartboardOfHate: Sort of. When we first see the pirates, they're throwing daggers at a drawing of Captain Hook, angry that [[PiratesWhoDontDoAnything they've had been forced to abandon pillaging ships, and stay in Neverland until Hook somehow manages to get his revenge on Peter for cutting off his hand.]]
30th May '17 2:03:16 AM Az_Tech341
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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.

The well-remembered [[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.

During their DirectToVideo sequel period, Disney made ''Disney/ReturnToNeverLand'', in 2002, one of the few animated sequels to get a theatrical release (but still not part of the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon itself). Their publishing arm has released a series of [[Literature/PeterAndTheStarcatchers prequel novels]] written by Creator/DaveBarry and Ridley Pearson. Finally, their take on Tinker Bell has long been something of a mascot character for the company and in the new millennium the SpinOff ''Franchise/DisneyFairies'' line of books, merchandise, and a made-for-DVD film was launched focusing on her and other (original) pixies (similar in concept to the Franchise/DisneyPrincess line). And for the boys (though it features a [[TheSmurfettePrinciple token girl]]) is a pirate-adventure flavored take on the ''WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer'' and ''Go Diego Go'' formula called ''WesternAnimation/JakeAndTheNeverLandPirates'' where a group of [[ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything kid pirates]] match wits with Captain Hook and Smee.

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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 (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.

The well-remembered [[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 of when the play's usual casting tradition was waived and a male actor was cast for the title role.

During their DirectToVideo sequel period, Disney made ''Disney/ReturnToNeverLand'', in 2002, one of the few animated sequels to get a theatrical release (but still not part of the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon itself). Their publishing arm has released a series of [[Literature/PeterAndTheStarcatchers prequel novels]] written by Creator/DaveBarry and Ridley Pearson. Finally, their take on Tinker Bell has long been something of a mascot character for the company and company, and, in the new millennium millennium, the SpinOff ''Franchise/DisneyFairies'' line of books, merchandise, and a made-for-DVD film was launched focusing on her and other (original) pixies (similar in concept to the Franchise/DisneyPrincess line). And And, for the boys (though it features a [[TheSmurfettePrinciple token girl]]) is a pirate-adventure flavored take on the ''WesternAnimation/DoraTheExplorer'' and ''Go Diego Go'' formula called ''WesternAnimation/JakeAndTheNeverLandPirates'' ''WesternAnimation/JakeAndTheNeverLandPirates'', where a group of [[ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything kid pirates]] match wits with Captain Hook and Smee.
5th May '17 11:15:16 PM MHarrington
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* ThisCannotBe: Hook has this very revelation when they learn the answer of [[WheresTheKaboom where's the splash]] that Wendy was supposed to have made after walking the plank: Peter Pan, having escaped being blown up by the TimeBomb that Hook tried to use to kill him, had saved her and then confronts Hook.
-->'''Hook:''' It can't be!

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* ThisCannotBe: Inverted ''and'' played straight: Hook has this very revelation when they the pirates learn the answer of [[WheresTheKaboom where's the splash]] that Wendy was supposed to have made after walking the plank: Peter Pan, having escaped being blown up by the TimeBomb that Hook tried to use to kill him, had saved her and then confronts Hook.
-->'''Hook:''' It can't be!be!\\
'''Smee:''' It's his blinkin' ghost what's talkin'!\\
'''Hook:''' ''(drawing his sword to battle Peter)'' I assure you, this "ghost" has blood in his veins!
24th Apr '17 9:04:32 AM chasemaddigan
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* Exposition: Rather brazen, under the guise of "Good Form", about everything involving Peter, Captain Hook, and the ticking Crocodile. Captain Hook agrees with Smee that cutting off his hand was but a childish prank; feeding it to the Crocodile was Peter's major crime.

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* Exposition: {{Exposition}}: Rather brazen, under the guise of "Good Form", about everything involving Peter, Captain Hook, and the ticking Crocodile. Captain Hook agrees with Smee that cutting off his hand was but a childish prank; feeding it to the Crocodile was Peter's major crime.
28th Feb '17 5:47:28 PM Grif
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* AsYouKnow: In their opening scene, Hook and Smee explain the backstory of Peter Pan cutting off Hook's hand and throwing it to the crocodile. It's done rather smoothly in the form of Hook exploding at the thought of having to show "good form."
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