History Fridge / PeterPan

7th Jan '18 7:30:31 PM Weirdguy149
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* Neverland has an interesting context to its name. After all, once you get flight from Tinker Bell or Hook's ship, you'll want to never land.
7th Jan '18 12:27:33 PM TrixieCherry
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\n*In the 2003 film version, Peter forgetting Michael & John's names (and often presence) is given off as a comedic effect, but one wonders that because Peter has a tendency to kill off boys...and having lived for so long...it's quite possible that Peter doesn't bother to learn or remember names or have a special connection with the boys if he is used to kill them off. From the start Peter had wanted Wendy to go with him to Neverland. (The camera has a split-second shot of Peter grimly staring at the boys right at the beginning of the movie when Wendy persuades Peter to let her brothers come along too and wakes them up from bed.)

7th Jan '18 12:10:12 PM TrixieCherry
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*In the film, one of the Lost Boys admits to shooting Wendy, his response is to kneel down and pull his top down to show his heart, ready for Peter to kill him. Note how ready the Lost Boys are to face being killed off when making Peter angry, how often has something like that happened that the Lost Boys do this without even being told to do so!?
**Also, in the book Peter kills off the boys when they get to old or not follow his orders. It's likely that Peter would have killed of the Lost Boys in the 2003 film version too.
20th Dec '16 10:21:49 AM LBHills
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\n** In the Disney film, Peter's instructions were to 'go out and capture a couple Injuns', so Michael and John weren't planning to bring back a severed head or anything.

13th Jun '16 10:00:10 AM Rashuanu
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*Throughout the movie you'll notice that Wendy has trouble flying. Pixie dust works best with happy thoughts. However, since coming to Never Land Wendy has been attacked, bullied, and frustrated with Peter. Factoring all that it's probably hard for her to think happy thoughts.
30th Mar '16 10:08:17 AM wolverinedoctorwho
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** The line was something like "They are the children who fall out of their prams when the nurse isn't looking. If they are not claimed in seven days they are sent away to Neverland".
19th Feb '16 10:05:08 AM PaulA
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* At one point, it is said that Hook was even feared by "the ship's cook". The cook in question is John Silver from TreasureIsland.

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* At one point, it is said that Hook was even feared by "the ship's cook". The cook in question is John Silver from TreasureIsland.''Literature/TreasureIsland''.
17th Oct '15 7:29:41 AM CockroachCharlie
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** Also in the book, it states that the baby has to be missing and not looked for for seven days before they are taken.
27th Jul '15 2:23:23 AM LadyofGreenwood
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** In a later movie she does meet and communicate with humans. And then she's back to ringing like a bell for a few minutes.
29th May '15 10:10:01 AM Nathanator
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** Then again, the flight to Never Land made it pretty clear that Never Land isn't even on Earth, let alone in America. So, technically speaking, the Injuns in Never Land aren't even Native Americans, they're native Neverlandians!
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