History Disney / PeterPan

20th Oct '17 9:00:01 PM Jayalaw
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* DoubleStandard: When Wendy comes to Neverland, the residents either try to kill her or make her do chores, due to her being female; the Indians, mermaids and Tinker Bell really have it in for her. When the boys come to Neverland, Michael and John are allowed to pursue adventures, and are only threatened with death once.

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* DoubleStandard: When Wendy comes to Neverland, the residents either try to kill her or make her do chores, due to her being female; the Indians, mermaids and Tinker Bell really have it in for her. When the boys come to Neverland, Michael and John are allowed to pursue adventures, and are only threatened with death once. Understandably, Wendy tires of this and decides home is better, since while her father is strict, at least he doesn't keep her from having fun.


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* EvenEvilHasStandards: Smee keeps chiding Hook for not maintaining good form. The first time is when Hook "shoots a man in the middle of his cadenza" -- a pirate singing on the accordion above his plotting captain. The second is when Hook lowers a bomb into Peter's hideout set to go off much later, and Smee says the humane MercyKill would be to slit Peter's throat in his sleep.
* EveryoneHasStandards:
** Peter is an amoral, {{Jerkass}}. He still gets angry with Tinkerbell for using the Lost Boys to attempt to kill Wendy indirectly and banishes her. Of course, he then takes it back when Tinkerbell returns to warn him about the bomb and nearly dies trying to save him. When Tink's light starts to fade, Peter begs her PleaseDontLeaveMe.
** The Lost Boys take offense when the Chief accuses them of kidnapping Tiger Lily. It's not that they haven't done bondage games with the Indians before, but they would have been upfront about it and it's implied they leave Tiger Lily out of it.
** Tiger Lily in the face of slow drowning refuses to tell Hook where Peter's hideout is.
** Wendy understandably gets frustrated of Neverland after being TheChewToy for the entire movie. She still refuses to leave the island without her brothers, even when they are having the time of their lives and say they don't want to leave.


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* FatalFlaw:
** Peter is apathetic to a fault. He does things on a whim, treats people rather insensitively and as if they're all playing a game, and doesn't consider their feelings. The end result is that Wendy, the girl he wanted in Neverland to never grow up, tires of him and the world and decides to leave. He also nearly gets killed because he won't listen to Tinkerbell's warning that it's a bomb.
** Tinkerbell's flaw is her jealousy. Wendy doesn't have anything against her, and thinks that the fairy is lovely. But Tink doesn't believe any girl should take interest in Peter, and attempts to murder Wendy. This leads to her banishment, and her attempt at an EnemyMine with Hook nearly leads to Peter's death, and hers. To be fair, she gets over this once Peter and Wendy make it clear they won't stay together.
19th Oct '17 11:52:10 AM Isaac_Heller
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** To a lesser extent, the Crocodile. He (or at least {{Exp|y}}ies of him) makes guest appearances and cameos in a ''lot'' of subsequent Disney productions.
*** Captain Hook and Mr. Smee as well. In addition to appearances in various Disney spinoffs, their attire (if not their personalities) influenced many non-Disney interpretations of the characters.

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** To a lesser extent, the Crocodile.crocodile. He (or at least {{Exp|y}}ies of him) makes guest appearances and cameos in a ''lot'' of subsequent Disney productions.
*** ** Captain Hook and Mr. Smee as well. In addition to appearances in various Disney spinoffs, their attire (if not their personalities) influenced many non-Disney interpretations of the characters.



* {{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}}: Rather brazen, under the guise of "Good Form", about everything involving Peter, Captain Hook, and the ticking Crocodile. crocodile. Captain Hook agrees with Smee that cutting off his hand was but a childish prank; feeding it to the Crocodile crocodile was Peter's major crime.



* LittleNo[=/=]BigNo: Hook says these in succession when, at Skull Rock, he hears the Crocodile coming toward him, after Peter Pan teasingly asks, "Do you hear something?"

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* LittleNo[=/=]BigNo: Hook says these in succession when, at Skull Rock, he hears the Crocodile crocodile coming toward him, after Peter Pan teasingly asks, "Do you hear something?"



** Behavior wise, the Disney Croc differs from his book counterpart in that the Croc in the original story was singlemindedly vicious toward Hook. The Disney Croc isn't exactly fussed about getting at Hook, and is happy to simply mess with his head, though the ending shows he will happily take a bite (or more!) out of Hook if the opportunity presents itself.

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** Behavior wise, the Disney Croc differs from his book counterpart in that the Croc in the original story was singlemindedly vicious toward Hook. The Disney Croc isn't exactly fussed about getting at Hook, and is [[{{Troll}} happy to simply mess with his head, head]], though the ending shows he will happily take a bite (or more!) out of Hook if the opportunity presents itself.


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* OnlySaneMan: Tiger Lily is the only resident of Neverland who doesn't really get up to any crazy shenanigans, and also the only female present that does not have any vendetta against Wendy.
19th Oct '17 11:32:43 AM Isaac_Heller
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* WhatTheHellHero: Peter to Tinker Bell after she almost kills Wendy and shows no remorse, leading Peter to banish her.
** Also, Wendy voices her disapproval when Peter eggs the crocodile on in trying to eat Hook, even almost outright kicking him down to the beast.
9th Oct '17 7:49:35 PM ZuTheSkunk
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* 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 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 water, with Tinker Bell deliberately breaking up her image in it.
9th Oct '17 7:48:59 PM ZuTheSkunk
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* 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.
28th Sep '17 11:02:55 AM CanTheKManDoIt
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***Captain Hook and Mr. Smee as well. In addition to appearances in various Disney spinoffs, their attire (if not their personalities) influenced many non-Disney interpretations of the characters.


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*PainToTheAss: The sole purpose of the unfortunate seagull who nests in Hook's face towel. While sleeping on the "nest," Smee mistakes the seagull's rear end for Hook's face, shaves her butt, and slaps on some aftershave. The sting of the aftershave is enough to send her flying off so fast Smee doesn't notice her departure and thinks Hook's been decapitated.
26th Aug '17 11:04:31 AM N8han11
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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.

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* Oh Crap!: OhCrap:
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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.
26th Aug '17 11:03:48 AM N8han11
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* HighHeelFaceTurn: An inverted example Tinker Bell's jealousy against Wendy leads her to betray the location of the hideout to Hook. When Hook traps her under a jar and weasels out of his promise "not to lay a finger or a hook on Peter Pan", she escapes and turns back by saving Peter.

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* HighHeelFaceTurn: An inverted example example: Tinker Bell's jealousy against Wendy leads her to betray the location of the hideout to Hook. When Hook traps her under a jar and weasels out of his promise "not to lay a finger or a hook on Peter Pan", she escapes and turns back by saving Peter.
19th Aug '17 3:00:07 AM Snicka
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* BareYourMidriff: Mr. Smee. Usually, his belly just shows a little from his short shirt. At other times, he is hoisted up by his shirt, exposing his belly a lot more. In fact, when he first appears, he was being belly-jabbed with a sword by a pirate and had to suck his belly in to avoid the sharp sting.

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* BareYourMidriff: Mr. Smee.Smee is a male, non-{{fanservice}} example. Usually, his belly just shows a little from his short shirt. At other times, he is hoisted up by his shirt, exposing his belly a lot more. In fact, when he first appears, he was being belly-jabbed with a sword by a pirate and had to suck his belly in to avoid the sharp sting.
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...
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