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* In the ''[[WesternAnimation/RogerRabbitShorts Roger Rabbit]]'' short, "Trail Mix-up", one of the bees that Roger spits out has Tinkerbell's face.



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* Music/RuthB's "Lost Boy" compares her life to the story of ''Peter Pan''.


* "Bangarang" by Music/{{Skrillex}}:

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* "Bangarang" by Music/{{Skrillex}}:Music/{{Skrillex}}. Both the song and music video is a reference to Peter Pan. In the music video the leader of the boys accidentally causes the ice-cream truck driver to lose his hand by forcefully slamming a door onto his wrist and the ice-cream van driver's lost hand is replaced with a hook, the gang leader's shadow seems to manifest his guilt, much like Pan's shadow having a personality of its own, the ice-cream van driver has a tattoo of an alligator on the back of his right hand, the boys appear to be homeless at the start of the video, alluding to Pan's Lost Boys and one of the boys imitates his own childish behaviour after they complete the second heist, which may be an allusion to Neverland and not growing up. The phrase 'Bangarang' is also the battle cry of the Lost Boys in the film ''Film/{{Hook}}'':



** Both the song and music video is a reference to Peter Pan. In the music video the leader of the boys accidentally causes the ice-cream truck driver to lose his hand by forcefully slamming a door onto his wrist and the ice-cream van driver's lost hand is replaced with a hook, the gang leader's shadow seems to manifest his guilt, much like Pan's shadow having a personality of its own, the ice-cream van driver has a tattoo of an alligator on the back of his right hand, the boys appear to be homeless at the start of the video, alluding to Pan's Lost Boys and one of the boys imitates his own childish behaviour after they complete the second heist, which may be an allusion to Neverland and not growing up.
** The phrase 'Bangarang' is also the battle cry of the Lost Boys in the film {{Film/Hook}}.




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* Music/{{Mazde}}'s song "Neverland" contains the chorus "You should think happy thoughts".


* Late into ''Literature/GuardianCatsAndTheLostBooksOfAlexandria'',[[spoiler:the queen]] commands Peter Pan to pick up books off the floor.

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* Late into ''Literature/GuardianCatsAndTheLostBooksOfAlexandria'',[[spoiler:the ''Literature/GuardianCatsAndTheLostBooksOfAlexandria'', [[spoiler:the queen]] commands Peter Pan to pick up books off the floor.


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* Late into ''Literature/GuardianCatsAndTheLostBooksOfAlexandria'',[[spoiler:the queen]] commands Peter Pan to pick up books off the floor.



* "Storytime" by Music/{{Nightwish}}:

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* "Storytime" by Music/{{Nightwish}}:Music/{{Nightwish}} features comparisons to Neverland and other ''Peter Pan'' references:

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* ''WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse2013'': In "You, Me, and Fifi", Nana is among the Disney dogs that Goofy plays poker with when Mickey calls him.

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* ''Disney/RalphBreaksTheInternet:'' Peter and Tinkerbell appear in Oh My Disney.


-->'''Pan:''' I shall never grow up!
-->'''Wiggum:''' In jail, you will.

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-->'''Pan:''' --->'''Pan:''' I shall never grow up!
-->'''Wiggum:''' --->'''Wiggum:''' In jail, you will.will.
** At the end of "All About Lisa", Krusty wars a dog costume resembling Nana.


* In ''WebAnimation/RWBY'', minor character Scarlet David is [[FairyTaleMotifs inspired by Peter Pan]], in particular the version from ''Peter Pan in Scarlet''. In addition, minor villain Tock is based on the Crocodile, [[spoiler: down to taking a body part from a major character.]]

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* In ''WebAnimation/RWBY'', ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'', minor character Scarlet David is [[FairyTaleMotifs inspired by Peter Pan]], in particular the version from ''Peter Pan in Scarlet''. In addition, minor villain Tock is based on the Crocodile, [[spoiler: down to taking a body part from a major character.]]

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* In ''WebAnimation/RWBY'', minor character Scarlet David is [[FairyTaleMotifs inspired by Peter Pan]], in particular the version from ''Peter Pan in Scarlet''. In addition, minor villain Tock is based on the Crocodile, [[spoiler: down to taking a body part from a major character.]]


** Nana makes a cameo appearance in "Flying Dupes", where she delivers the package that Baloo was tasked to deliver to the Thembrian High Marshall, unaware that the package contains a bomb.

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** Nana makes a cameo appearance in "Flying Dupes", where she delivers the package that Baloo was tasked to deliver to the Thembrian High Marshall, unaware that the package contains a bomb.bomb.
* Skillit from ''WesternAnimation/TheMask'' is basically Peter Pan's EvilCounterpart; a demonic looking child in green who sends his shadow out to steal youth from others. The name is a pun (skillet = pan).



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* ''Comicbook/YoungJustice'' also references it in regard to Superboy, when the rest of the team learn he'll [[NeverGrewUp Never Grow Up]], and he claims AngstWhatAngst
-->'''Superboy''': Not only am I Superboy, I'm Peter frickin' Pan! You guys gotta grow, but I gotta crow! Cock-a-doodle-doo!
-->'''Robin''': In denial.
-->'''Wonder Girl''': Big time.
* The ''Comicbook/TeenTitansRebirth'' storyline "It Ain't Easy Being Green" features a teenage hacker collective of "outsider" kids, who call their base Nevrland and their AugmentedReality technology Pixie.

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* In the Japanese version of ''VideoGame/MickeyMousecapade'', Captain Hook appears as the boss of the fourth level. In the North American version, The Crocodile appears as the boss of the second level.


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* At the end of ''Disney/TheLionKingOneAndAHalf'', Peter, Tinkerbell, and the Lost Boys are among the many Disney characters who enter the theater to see the titular movie after Timon's mother rewinds it.
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}'', Donkey gets hit by Tinkerbell and temporarily gains the ability to fly, leading to this exchange paraphrasing the ''You Can Fly!'' song;
-->'''Donkey:''' Hey, I can fly!\\
'''Peter Pan:''' He can fly!\\
'''Three Little Pigs:''' He can fly!\\
'''Captain of the Guards:''' He can talk!



* ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'': A sketch from "Victoria's Secret of NIMH", the Darling parents bring in [[Film/{{Taken}} Bryan Mills]] to retrieve their missing children.

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* ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'': The Crocodile makes guest appearances as a villain in three episodes of ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers''; "Kiwi's Big Adventure", "An Elephant Never Suspects" (where he appears as a vicious zoo animal), and "A Wolf in Cheap Clothing".
* The Crocodile appears in the Disney animated short, ''Disney/GoliathII'', where he is seen attempting to devour the titular character, as well as Raja and a mouse.
* Captain Hook appears in the ''WesternAnimation/RawToonage'' episode with [[WesternAnimation/TaleSpin Don Karnage]], where he wins a swordfight against the titular character.
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A sketch from "Metal Militia" has the Darling children attempt to fly out the window, only to hit the ground. It is at this moment that Peter realizes he forgot to tell them to think happy thoughts.
** A sketch from "Stone Cold Steve Cold Stone" features a war between the "traditional" Disney Princesses and the more "progressive" ones. Tinkerbell is seen shooting [[WesternAnimation/{{Brave}} Merida]] at the end of the sketch.
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sketch from "Victoria's Secret of NIMH", the Darling parents bring in [[Film/{{Taken}} Bryan Mills]] to retrieve their missing children.children.
** A sketch from "Batman Forever 21" has Michael sprinkle Nana with pixie dust, causing her to fly. Nana [[RealityEnsues ends up getting hung by the leash tied to her dog house]].



-->'''Wiggum:''' In jail, you will.

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-->'''Wiggum:''' In jail, you will.will.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{TaleSpin}}'':
** The Crocodile appears as the secondary antagonist of "The Sound and the Furry" under the name of Al. He serves as the henchman and pet of Crazy Edie.
** Nana makes a cameo appearance in "Flying Dupes", where she delivers the package that Baloo was tasked to deliver to the Thembrian High Marshall, unaware that the package contains a bomb.

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