Peter Pan

Synopsis: An adaptation of J. M. Barrie's story about a boy who never grew up. The three children of the Darling family receive a visit from Peter Pan, who takes them to Never Land, where an ongoing war between Peter's gang of rag-tag runaways and the evil Pirate Captain Hook is taking place.
Production: Walt Disney
  2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
77 min

- Oh, but they aren't.

- I say they are.

Captain Crook!

Peter Pirate!

- Peter Pan, Father.

- Pan! Pirate! Poppycock!

- Oh, no, Father. Father, have you...

- Oh, you don't understand.

Absolute poppycock!

And let me tell you, this ridiculous...

- Now, George.

- "Now, George."

"Now, George"!

Well, "Now, George,"

will have his say!

- Please, dear.

- Mary, the child's growing up.

It's high time she had

a room of her own.

- Father! -

George! - What?

- No!

- I mean it!

Young lady, this is your

last night in the nursery.

And that's my last word

on the matter...




Poor Nana.

"Poor Nana"?

This is the last straw!

Out! Out, I say!

- No, Father, no!

- Yes!

There'll be no more dogs

for nursemaids in this house!

Goodbye, Nana.

"Poor Nana."

Oh, yes, "Poor Nana."

But "Poor Father"?

Oh, no!

Blast it!

Where is that rope?

Oh, thank you.

Dash it all, Nana,

don't look at me like that.

It's nothing personal.

It's just that...

Well, you're not really

a nurse at all.

You're, well, a dog.

And the children aren't puppies.

They're people.

And sooner or later, Nana,

people have to grow up.

But, Mother,

I don't want to grow up.

Now, dear, don't worry

about it any more tonight.

He called Peter Pan

"absolute poppycock."

I'm sure he didn't mean it, John.

Father was just upset.

Poor Nana,

out there all alone.

No more tears, Michael.

It's a warm night.

She'll be all right.

- Mother.

- What is it, dear?

- Buried treasure.

- Now, children.

Don't judge your father

too harshly.

After all, he really

loves you very much.

Oh, don't lock it, Mother.

He might come back.

- "He"?

- Yes, uh, Peter Pan.

You see, I found something

that belongs to him.

- Oh? And what's that?

- His shadow.

- "Shadow"?

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