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Disney's Peter Pan Title

Premiere Date:
February 5, 1951

Running Time:
77 Minutes

Rated: G

STORY LINE

The story of Peter Pan, a boy who wouldn't grow up and teaches the three Darling Children, Wendy, John, and Michael, to fly to Never Land with him. The fairy, Tinker Bell, is jealous of Peter's attention to Wendy, and duped into helping the villian, Captain Hook. After rescuing the Indian princess, Tiger Lily, Peter must save his band, the Lost Boys, and the Darlings from Hook.

CAST

CHARACTER

VOICE TALENT

Peter Pan

Bobby Driscoll

Wendy

Kathryn Beaumont

Michael

Tommy Luske

John

Paul Collins

Captain Hook/George Darling

Hans Conried

Maradeth Darling

Heather Angel

Mr. Smee

Bill Thompson

 Indian Chief

 Candy Candido

 Narrator

Tom Conway

 Additional Voices

Roland Dupree

 Additional Voices

Don Barclay

 Lost Boys
(Uncredited)

Tony Butala
Robert Ellis
Johnny McGovern
Jeffrey Silver
Stuffy Singer

Mermaid, Squaw

June Foray

Mermaids

Connie Hilton
Margaret Kerry

CREW

Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.

An Adaption of the Play "Peter Pan" by Sir James M. Barrie.

DIRECTORS

Hamilton Luske
Clyde Geronimi
Wilfred Jackson

PRODUCER 

Walt Disney

SOUND DIRECTOR 

C. O. Slyfield

SOUND RECORDING

Harold J. Steck
Robert O. Cook

FILM EDITOR

Donald Halliday

 MUSIC EDITOR

Al Teeter 

SPECIAL PROCESSES

Ub Iwerks

 MUSICAL SCORE

Oliver Wallace

SONGS

Sammy Fain
Sammy Cahn
Oliver Wallace
Frank Churchill
Erdman Penner
Winston Hibler
Ted Sears
Jack Lawrence

 LYRICIST

Sammy Fain
Winston Hibler
Jack Lawrence
Erdman Penner

ORCHESTRATION

Edward Plumb

 VOCAL ARRANGMENTS

Jud Conlon

 STORY

Ted Sears
Erdman Penner
Bill Peet
Winston Hibler
Joe Rinaldi
Milt Banta
Ralph Wright
William Cottrell
Don DaGradi
J.M. Barrie (Play)

LAYOUT

Charles Philippi
McLaren Stewart
Tom Codrick
A. Kendall O'Connor
Hugh Hennesy
Ken Anderson
Don Griffith
Al Zinnen
Thor Putnam
Lance Nolley

COLOR AND STYLING

Mary Blair
John Hench
Claude Coats
Don Da Gradi

BACKGROUNDS

 Ralph Hulett
Ray Huffine
Art Riley
Thelma Witner
Al Dempster
Dick Anthony
Eyvind Earle
Brice Mack
Art Landy

DIRECTING ANIMATORS

Milt Kahl
Frank Thomas
Wolfgang Reitherman
Ward Kimball
Ollie Johnston
Marc Davis
Eric Larson
John Lounsbery
Les Clark
Norm Ferguson

CHARACTER ANIMATORS 

Hal King
Cliff Nordberg
Fred Moore
Bob Carlson
Hal Ambro
Harvey Toombs
Ken O'Brien
Don Lusk
Bill Justice
Judge Whitaker
Marvin Woodward
Jerry Hathcock
Hugh Fraser
Art Stevens
Eric Cleworth
Clair Weeks

EFFECTS ANIMATORS

George Rowley
Joshua Meador
Dan MacManus
Blaine Gibson

 ANIMATION MODEL
(Captain Hook) Uncredited

Henry Brandon

CAST OF CHARACTERS

Peter Pan, Wendy, John, Michael, George Darling, Maradeth Darling, Captain Hook, Mr. Smee, Tinker Bell, Indian Chief, Tiger Lily, the Lost Boys, Mermaids, Squaw

SONGS

"You Can Fly, You Can Fly, You Can Fly", "
The Second Star to the Right", "Your Mother and Mine"

Disney's Peter Pan Home Video

Disney's Peter Pan Video - 45th Anniversary Edition

Disney's Peter Pan DVD

Disney's Peter Pan Special Edition DVD

Disney's Peter Pan LaserDisc

Disney's Peter Pan Soundtrack

Home Video

DVD

Special Edition

(Order)

 LaserDisc

Soundtrack

FAN SITE LINKS

No Links Found

SPIN-OFFS

Return to Never Land

"Peter Pan 2: Return to NeverLand":
Theater Film Sequel. February 15, 2002.

Directed by Robin Budd

"What I have found out so far is that the plot is kind of like the plot of Spielberg's "Hook", in which Captian Hook kidnaps Wendy's daughter, who is a bit of a rebel. After being rescued by Peter Pan, Wendy's daughter is taken by Pan to live with the Lost Boys and him. Because of her rebel spirit she doesn't like the idea very much. While there she sees the world as a place with too many problems. Also heard is that there isn't going to be any alligators in it, but instead a giant squid."

"The sequel to Peter Pan animated here in Sydney at Walt Disney Animation Australia. Coming Easter 2002 in Australia and March 2002 in the USA. The sequence we saw was a trailer and opened with Captain Hook kidnapping Wendy's niece Jane and we see them head to Never Land. Jane is 12 years old and doesn't believe Aunt Wendy's stories about Peter Pan and Neverland. Songs in the movie by Jonathan Brrok. Jane in Neverland wonders how she can ever get home. We are re-introduced to all the characters from the original
and with a sprinkle of Pixie Dust the adventure begins."

Rumor Voice Cast: Ben Savage as Peter Pan; Harriet Owen, Kath Soucie, Corey Burton, Jeff Bennett, and Lawrence Watson.

Cartoon humans that are going to be in the movie: Peter Pan, Tinkelbell, Captain Hook, Smee, Jane, Young Wendy, Adult Wendy, Timmy, and the Lost Boys (who will be somewhat older than in the first film). Also, Mr. and Mrs. Darling will not be in this film. Tick-tock the Croc will return and also Nana, the dog, might go to NeverLand too. Also Wendy's brothers will be in the movie too. Wendy and John will be adults and Michael will be 13.

Windows Media Trailer: Click Here. Official Website: Click Here.

Disney's Return to Never Land

 "The Peter Pan Story":
a 12 minute promotional film for Peter Pan released in 1952.

"Peter Pan's Flight":
a Fantasyland attraction at Disneyland, opened on July 17, 1955 and redesigned in 1983. Fantasyland attraction in the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World, opened on October 3, 1971; Tokyo Disneyland, opened April 15, 1983; and also Fantasyland at Disneyland Paris, opened April 12, 1992.

"Captain Hook's Galley":
Fantasyland fast-food restaurant at Disneyland, from 1969 to August 29, 1982. Also a restaurant in Fantasyland at Tokyo Disneyland, opened April 15, 1983, and in Adventureland at Disneyland Paris, opened April 12, 1992.

TRIVIA

"Walt Disney Productions is grateful to the Hospital for Sick Children - Great Ormond Street, London - to which Sir James M. Barrie gave his copyright of Peter Pan."

Peter Pan was rereleased in theaters in 1958, 1969, 1976, 1982 and 1989. Released on video in 1990 and 1996.

GALLERY

Walt Disney's Peter Pan: The Sketchbook Series, No. 5