Return to Never Land



The story always ends the same.

Peter Pan shouts...

Goodbye, Wendy!

And then Wendy shouts back to him...

I'll always believe in you, Peter Pan!

And Wendy did believe always,

even as she left childhood behind

and came to have children of her own.

There it is, Jane.

Second star to the right

and straight on to morning.

Never Land!

The second star to the right

Shines in the night for you

To tell you that the dream you plan

Really can come true

The second star to the right

Shines with a light that's rare

And if it's Never Land you need

lts light will lead you there

Our story begins in difficult times.

England is threatened with war

and many men have been asked

to leave their families

to protect their country.

I'll be home before you know it.

I promise.

Now, now. What's all this?

I want to go with you.

I need you here

to take care of your mom and Danny.

Can you do that for me?

That's my big girl.

- Be safe, Edward.

- Look after each other, now.

Goodbye, Daddy! I love you!

I love you all.

Drive off!

But the war lasted much longer

than anyone could have imagined.

Bombs fell from the sky

and tore at the very heart of London.

Don't cry, son.

All aboard!

In an effort to protect its children,

the government decreed

that they all be sent

to the countryside for safekeeping.

- Goodbye!

- Bye-bye!

- I love you!

- Good luck, sweetie!

In times such as these

it is no wonder

some discard childish things,

like Peter Pan and Never Land.

What is it, Nanatwo?

We don't have time, you silly dog.

We have to get this home to Danny.

Oh, no! Quick, Nanatwo!

Mommy, where's Jane?

Don't you worry, Danny.

She'll be along.

All right, now. Here we go.

Into the bomb shelter.

Bring the lights up!

What is it, girl?

Oh, my gosh!


we're not out of the woods yet.

We have to get back out there.

Look, who's in charge here?

Don't be silly. I am!

Now, come on!

Mommy, I'm scared!

I don't like planes and bombs.

Is that what it is?

For a moment, it sounded like cannons

on a pirate ship.

You're right!

It's Captain Hook!

I hear him! He's coming!

- Jane!

- Jane!

Oh, Jane! Where have you been?

Why didn't you...

- Mother, I'm fine!

- Jane, you made it past the pirates!

- Daniel, careful!

- What's that? What's that?

Hey! It's for me, isn't it?

Let me see! Let me see!

All right!

- Happy birthday, Daniel.

- Yippee!

Socks. Two of 'em.

Jane, dear, how very practical.

Got them a size large

so he can grow into them.

Look, Danny. Pan and Hook, see?

- Curse you, Peter Pan!

- Oh, Mother.

I want to hear a Peter Pan story!


All right, then.

How about the time

Peter and the Lost Boys

captured Hook's ship

right from under his nose?

That's a good one!

It was late one misty evening

and Hook was sure once again

that he'd found Peter's hideout.

Hook and his bloodthirsty crew

went ashore

leaving the Jolly Roger unguarded.

That's when Peter Pan arrived!

He and the boys slipped aboard

and there they found it.

Hook's remarkable treasure!

Peter told the Lost Boys they'd hide it

and Hook would have to

hunt them down to get it back.

It was all a great game for Peter.

And then, from out of the mist,

he was there,

the evil Captain Hook!

A fierce and ferocious sword fight

was fast underway.

- Give up, boy!

- Never!

And at that moment,

a shimmering magic covered the ship.

Tinker Bell!

Yes! And the Jolly Roger

lifted into the sky

as Peter and the boys

escaped with the treasure.

You've not seen the end of me,

Peter Pan!

I'll get you for this

if it's the last thing I do!

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