Disney's magical classic that taught us to believe We can fly! has enchanted generations with its spectacular story, memorable music and beloved characters including Peter Pan, the feisty Tinker Bell and infamous Captain Hook. Now you can experience the Peter Pan, its sequel Peter Pan in the Return to Neverland Bursting with fantasy, adventure and pixie dust and more!
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A double feature containing the original Disney animated 1953 feature, PETER PAN, and it's 2002 theatrically released sequel, RETURN TO NEVER LAND. See individual titles for further details. PETER PAN (1953): Join mischievous Peter Pan, the young boy who refuses to grow up, his hot-tempered pixie pal, Tinker Bell and the Darling children as they soar away to the mysterious Never-Never land where childhood lasts forever in this magical, musical adventure. Based on J.M. Barrie's 1904 book. RETURN TO NEVER LAND (2002): In this sequel to the 1953 Disney classic PETER PAN, Wendy is all grown up, with children of her own. She lives in London, which, as the film starts, is in the midst of the devastating German bombardments of World War II. The hardships of war have made Wendy's daughter Jane a practical, level-headed girl, with little time for her mother's wild stories of Peter Pan and Neverland. Jane doesn't believe in fairies and fantasy lands. That is, not until Captain Hook swoops down in his computer-animated pirate ship to kidnap her and whisk her away through a spectacular space portal into Neverland. Captain Hook wants Jane as bait to finally catch Peter Pan. The crocodile which plagued Hook in the original film has been replaced by a giant orange octopus. Jane just wants to get back home to London, and decides to help Hook find hidden treasure since he promises to take her home. But in order to finally make it home, Jane must learn to believe in faith, trust, and pixie dust. This sequel primarily uses traditional animation, in the same style as the original film, although some modern computer animation is also used. Fans of the classic PETER PAN will enjoy visiting Neverland again.
Double bill of Disney's 'Peter Pan' adventures. The first film, 'Peter Pan' (1953), tells the story of what happens when Peter Pan, the boy who refuses to grow up, visits the Darling family nursery and takes the children on a magical journey to Never Land. When they arrive they become embroiled in an on-going battle between Peter, his friends the Lost Boys, and the wicked Captain Hook, a pirate who has lost his hand and his watch to a hungry crocodile. In the sequel, 'Return to Never Land' (2001), Wendy Darling is now a grown-up woman with a 12-year-old daughter of her own; but the daughter, Jane, no longer believes her mother's tales about Peter Pan and the Lost Boys, thinking herself too old for stories of fairies and magical lands. So when Captain Hook's pirate ship appears in the sky above London and swoops down to kidnap the cynical young lady, it's fair to say that she has to reconsider her worldview. Held captive in Never Land, Jane discovers that Hook is still out to get Peter Pan - but can she find a way to help Peter avoid the pirate's trap?