History WMG / PeterPan

21st Sep '15 7:40:30 PM Technicolourtardis
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And takes place a year or so later. Or at least, the 2003 film does. If you look at the men who run the bank when George Darling is working there, it's a group of little old men, and one younger, dark-haired man. Which is how it ends in _Mary Poppins_, with the dark-haired Mr Banks joining on as a manager with the old Dawes men. ''Disney/MaryPoppins'' was also shot to take place in 1910 (according to Mr Banks), and ''Peter Pan'' is usually shown to take place in 1911, when the original play was written. You could also make an argument that Mary Poppins is herself a denizen of Never Neverland, which is how she stays unaging (even though this usually only applies to Peter), and maybe even how she has magic.

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And takes place a year or so later. Or at least, the 2003 film does. If you look at the men who run the bank when George Darling is working there, it's a group of little old men, and one younger, dark-haired man. Which is how it ends in _Mary Poppins_, ''Mary Poppins'', with the dark-haired Mr Banks joining on as a manager with the old Dawes men. ''Disney/MaryPoppins'' was also shot to take place in 1910 (according to Mr Banks), and ''Peter Pan'' is usually shown to take place in 1911, when the original play was written. You could also make an argument that Mary Poppins is herself a denizen of Never Neverland, which is how she stays unaging (even though this usually only applies to Peter), and maybe even how she has magic.
21st Sep '15 7:40:06 PM Technicolourtardis
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Hook was able to get out of the crock's belly by cutting through his belly, killing him.

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Hook was able to get out of the crock's belly by cutting through his belly, killing him.him.

[[WMG: ''Peter Pan'' takes place in the same universe as ''Disney/MaryPoppins'']]
And takes place a year or so later. Or at least, the 2003 film does. If you look at the men who run the bank when George Darling is working there, it's a group of little old men, and one younger, dark-haired man. Which is how it ends in _Mary Poppins_, with the dark-haired Mr Banks joining on as a manager with the old Dawes men. ''Disney/MaryPoppins'' was also shot to take place in 1910 (according to Mr Banks), and ''Peter Pan'' is usually shown to take place in 1911, when the original play was written. You could also make an argument that Mary Poppins is herself a denizen of Never Neverland, which is how she stays unaging (even though this usually only applies to Peter), and maybe even how she has magic.
12th Aug '15 2:34:37 PM TitoMosquito
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Nether Rufio or any of the other boys in the movie Hook are so much as mentioned, suggesting that they simply weren’t there at the time. Also, Rufio seemed to be the oldest of the boys from Hook, as Peter seemed the oldest before.

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Nether Rufio or any of the other boys in the movie Hook ''Hook'' are so much as mentioned, suggesting that they simply weren’t there at the time. Also, Rufio seemed to be the oldest of the boys from Hook, ''Hook'', as Peter seemed the oldest before.



He just made it up to spread to people as the truth, but like others it's a big lie with some possible truths mixed in.

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He just made it up to spread to people as the truth, but like others it's a big lie with some possible truths mixed in.in.

[[WMG: Related to the top theory, the 2003 ''Peter Pan'' is the true prequel to ''Hook''.]]
Hook was able to get out of the crock's belly by cutting through his belly, killing him.
17th Aug '14 10:39:55 PM Homemaderat
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*** It's probably manipulable. The island kind of weeps without Peter as he's the perfect inhabitant. He can fly without dust, he can stop aging all together. The others are trying but have doubts, so they age slower but would never be able to be on Peter's level when it comes to that belief.



If you want to "fly to a magic land" you have to think happy thoughts.

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If you want to "fly to a magic land" you have to think happy thoughts.thoughts.

[[WMG: Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens is one of Peter's stories]]
He just made it up to spread to people as the truth, but like others it's a big lie with some possible truths mixed in.
13th Jul '13 9:08:12 AM maskedhood
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* Jossed by real life.
3rd Apr '13 2:08:52 PM Uniqueness
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\n**Near-death experience?

11th Feb '13 2:50:39 PM Roo
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* Peter Pan, ''grow up''? C'mon, this ain't ''Film/{{Hook}}'', y'know.

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* Peter Pan, ''grow up''? C'mon, this ain't ''Film/{{Hook}}'', y'know.
y'know. (That said, the Doctor might, just might, be an exception to Peter's belief that all grownups are worthless.)
11th Feb '13 2:47:54 PM Roo
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* Peter Pan, ''grow up''? C'mon, this ain't ''Film/{{Hook}}'', y'know.
27th Jan '13 7:57:32 PM CoronaDragon
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(Mostly this applies to the 2003 live action movie.) Peter Pan is a boy who wishes to never grow up. More than that, he completely rejects even the very idea of adult hood and having to one day leave his boyhood behind. Somehow, Peter's incrediblely strong desire to remain a boy forever, and his total denial of all reality, creates a fantastical Lotus Eater style alternate dimension, a world reflecting all the escapist fantasies that a typical english boy of that time might have. A world he subconsiously created for himself in order to run away from reality. This is why, in the film, Neverland's flow of time and weather react to Peter's presence and his emotional state, because the world *literally* is the embodiment of his subconcious mind, and changes to reflect it. The pirates are either A) personifications of Peter's own subconcious ideas of what adults are like or B) regular humans imprisoned in Neverland by Peter's desires. Either way, they have no choice but to play the role of antagonists to Peter's fantastical adventures, never able to escape or do anything else as long as he and his world exist. This is why Captain Hook is so obsessed with killing Peter and why he states that killing Peter will "Set him free". Only by killing Peter pan can Hook and the Pirates be free of the prison that is Neverland and the roles they are forced to play.

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(Mostly this applies to the 2003 live action movie.) Peter Pan is a boy who wishes to never grow up. More than that, he completely rejects even the very idea of adult hood and having to one day leave his boyhood behind. Somehow, Peter's incrediblely strong desire to remain a boy forever, and his total denial of all reality, creates a fantastical Lotus Eater style alternate dimension, a world reflecting all the escapist fantasies that a typical english boy of that time might have. A world he subconsiously created for himself in order to run away from reality. This is why, in the film, Neverland's flow of time and weather react to Peter's presence and his emotional state, because the world *literally* is the embodiment of his subconcious mind, and changes to reflect it. The pirates are either A) personifications of Peter's own subconcious ideas of what adults are like or B) regular humans imprisoned in Neverland by Peter's desires. Either way, they have no choice but to play the role of antagonists to Peter's fantastical adventures, never able to escape or do anything else as long as he and his world exist. This is why Captain Hook is so obsessed with killing Peter and why he states that killing Peter will "Set him free". Only by killing Peter pan can Hook and the Pirates be free of the prison that is Neverland and the roles they are forced to play.play.

[[WMG: Pixie dust is powdered magic mushroom]]
If you want to "fly to a magic land" you have to think happy thoughts.
9th Nov '12 1:43:21 AM Surenity
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\n** By escaping the afterlife they were able to somehow reincarnate perhaps.

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