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''Peter Pan No Bouken'' (in English, ''The Adventures of Peter Pan'') is an {{Anime}} adaptation of ''PeterPan'' produced by Nippon Animation, as a part of the Anime/WorldMasterpieceTheater.

While the story starts out similar to the original book, later episodes have new villains alongside Captain Hook--Sinistra, the Queen of Darkness, and her henchmen. The heroes also gain an ally in Princess Luna, a Princess of Light, who struggles with her heritage as the granddaughter and heiress of Sinistra.

It was distributed in the U.S. by Creator/SabanEntertainment back in the 90's, but [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes good luck finding it on Youtube]].

!!This anime contains examples of:

* AcrophobicBird: The characters are unable to fly once they reach Neverland, making it that much easier for the writers to put them in danger. The exception is Peter Pan himself, who completely averts this trope by flying ''all the time''.
%%* ActionGirl: Tiger Lily
* AdaptationExpansion: The anime massively expanded on the mythos of Peter Pan with all the characters occasionally getting the focus on them for at least an episode each, plus a bunch of new characters most importantly with Princess Luna and her evil grandmother Sinistra.
%%* {{Adorkable}}: John
* AffablyEvil: Captain Hook, along with the rest of his crew.
%%* AnimatedAdaptation
%% * AwesomeMomentOfCrowning: [[spoiler:Luna.]]
%%* BeardOfEvil: Hook and Robert.
* BerserkButton: One of Peter's biggest pranks gone wrong is when he steals [[EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas the portrait of Hook's mother]].
%%* BigBad: Captain Hook, later Sinistra.
%%* TheBrute: Alf and Bill.
* TheCameo: Rascal the Raccoon appears in several episodes.
%%* TheChessmaster: Hook.
* DamselOutOfDistress: The Wendy of this adaptation is more HotBlooded than the standard portrayal. She yells at Hook when he has her prisoner, almost manages to go TalkingTheMonsterToDeath on him (only [[DiabolusExMachina stepping on the wrong spot at the worst time possible]] interrupts her TheReasonYouSuckSpeech to him), befriends Princess Luna in spite of her origins, and ultimately [[spoiler: it's thanks to her HeroicSacrifice that Luna turns back to the side of good.]]
* DarkMagicalGirl: Princess Luna. Considering that [[spoiler: she was raised by her grandmother Sinistra to become a Princess of Darkness, can you blame her?]].
%%* EyePatchOfPower: Alf.
%%* EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas: Hook, as usual.
%%* GeniusBruiser: Hook.
%%* TheGunslinger: Robert.
%%* HeelFaceMole: Cecco, for a short time.
* DemonicPossession: Wendy suffers from this in Episode 28 due to the bracelet that is meant for Princess Luna. [[spoiler: Fortunately, she returns to normal.]]
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler:Like in the other continuities, Tinkerbell. With a twist, though: it's via using up all of her fairy LifeEnergy to destroy a DeathTrap that is about to kill Peter, collapsing almost dead in his hands. When Tiger Lily and the Lost Boys step in, Peter hands the almost dead Tinkerbell to Tiger Lily and asks her to save her, before going to rescue Wendy; Lily takes Tinkerbell to the Fairy Realm and gets her cured.]]
* HiddenDepths: Hook's crew of pirates is much smaller in numbers in this version, leaving room for each of them to have more personality and development than most adaptations. One good example is the letter Starkey got from his sister, which [[HeartwarmingMoments Wendy actually reads to him]].
* HooksAndCrooks: Starkey has a hook shaped sword.
* IKnowYouAreInThereSomewhereFight: [[spoiler: Wendy, towards the {{Face Heel Turn}}ed Luna. She almost dies when Luna [[KilledMidSentence stabs her in the middle of it]], but it ultimately works.]]
%%* KnifeNut: Cecco.
* MagicMirror: [[spoiler: Wendy gets thrown into one during the GrandFinale, and by Hook of all people. Then she finds Princess Luna inside that mirror world...]]
%%* ManipulativeBastard: Hook.
* MasculineGirlFeminineBoy: John (ShrinkingViolet) and Tiger Lily (ActionGirl).
* MegaTwintails: Instead of Disney!Wendy's brunette RegalRinglets and [[WesternAnimation/PeterPanAndThePirates another Wendy's]] bob, this Wendy is a blonde with HUGE GirlishPigtails and [[HairDecorations red hairbows]].
* MinionWithAnFInEvil: Smee, as always. The rest of Hook's crew also becomes this when they're drunk.
* MushroomSamba: Peter Pan and John eat cursed ruby flowers that caused them to think negative thoughts. [[spoiler: They returned to normal when Wendy discovered some real ruby flowers underground.]]
* NonIndicativeName: Luna's a princess of light, not darkness.
* NotSoHarmlessVillain: The big advantage Peter has over Hook's crew is that he can fly. Anyone who can't has more than enough of a reason to fear them.
* PajamaCladHero: Actually averted. The Darling siblings are almost always depicted as this, but in this particular adaptation they manage to get their normal clothes before being whisked away by Peter.
%%* PluckyGirl: Both Wendy and Tiger Lily
%%* QuirkyMiniBossSquad: Hook's crew.
%%* RomanticTwoGirlFriendship: Wendy and Princess Luna, to a degree.
%%* ShrinkingViolet: John takes Disney!John's quiet nature UpToEleven.
%%* TheSneakyGuy: Cecco.
* SplitPersonalityTakeover: [[spoiler:Luna's evil side fully takes over the girl after Sinistra is killed. It takes Wendy's HeroicSacrifice to make her return to normal.]]
%%* SuperpoweredEvilSide: [[spoiler: Princess Luna]] has one.
%%* TeamMom: Wendy.
* {{Tsundere}}:
** Tiger Lily is a Type A. Specially [[BetaCouple towards John]]. There was a whole episode dedicated to their first date, with John trying to be a gentleman to her -- only to either [[ButtMonkey misfortune to happen]] or to have Lily utterly tsuntsun at him.
** Wendy is very much a Type B. She's the most maternal and sweet girl, like any other of her incarnations, but this one also gives her a HotBlooded side that makes her downright ''scary'' when she gets mad.