History Headscratchers / PeterPan

3rd Jan '17 10:46:36 AM TheFuzzinator
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* In the second film, how does Jane manage to reach the pirate ship, let alone climb aboard and make her way up one of the masts without being seen?

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* In the second film, how does Jane manage to reach the pirate ship, let alone climb aboard and make her way up one of the masts without being seen?seen?

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* Hook shoots his crew with extreme regularity, so how does he have any left? All of them appear white, so he's not stealing them from the Indians (which likely wouldn't work in any case). In the 2003 film he shoots two of them inside of five minutes. You'd think he'd have run through their entire number inside of a fortnight, given how trigger-happy he is.
15th Dec '16 10:12:58 PM QuarrelsomeChevon
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** It was mentioned in the book, as well as certain film adaptions, that he'd overheard his mother talking about him getting a job in an office or court, so presumably it couldn't have been too long ago. At least within the era of human civilization.
31st Jul '16 4:09:51 PM L4D2Ellis19
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**But watch closely after Wendy's ordeal with the mermaids, and after Peter rescues Tiger Lily. Wendy had to resort to flapping her arms to take off. None of them had to do so the first time they flew. It's entirely possible that the pixie dust had worn off by the ending.
14th Jun '16 10:47:49 AM Sharlee
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*** And the carefree, impulsive Lost Boys can't fly under normal circumstances because they're too busy ''having'' happy experiences to bother ''thinking'' about them.



* In the second film, how does Jane manage to reach the pirate ship, let alone climb aboard and make her way up one of the masts without being seen?

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* In the second film, how does Jane manage to reach the pirate ship, let alone climb aboard and make her way up one of the masts without being seen?
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29th Feb '16 1:05:38 PM Oudynfury
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****** Yes he does - Return to Neverland has a pirate who looks identical to Starkey,almost certainly him. He's the guy with a knife in his mouth. Of course, which of the pirates survived Return to Neverland is completely up for grabs.
22nd Nov '15 5:58:58 AM ScroogeMacDuck
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** It means the first man, the first woman and the first stepmother (the first stepmother is mean, and the first man and the first woman mean a lot to each other).
24th Sep '15 7:22:34 PM whisperstar13
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* In the second film, how does Jane manage to reach the pirate ship, let alone climb aboard and make her way up one of the masts without being seen?
13th Sep '15 7:49:38 AM Morgenthaler
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*** When George Darling was in Neverland, [[PeterAndTheStarcatchers Captain Hook was Black Stache]]. Nah nah...more likely Captain Hook was a SadistTeacher, since he used to be a schoolteacher in the original version if I recall.

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*** When George Darling was in Neverland, [[PeterAndTheStarcatchers [[Literature/PeterAndTheStarcatchers Captain Hook was Black Stache]]. Nah nah...more likely Captain Hook was a SadistTeacher, since he used to be a schoolteacher in the original version if I recall.
29th May '15 10:39:26 AM Nathanator
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***** In a case of Death by Adaptation, Starkey doesn't survive the Disney version.
13th Mar '15 8:26:15 PM terry78
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* Exactly how long has Peter been in Neverland? He could be older than Hook, or ReallySevenHundredYearsOld for all we know.
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