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posted by 0YouCanFly0
JOHN: "Can you really fly?"
PETER: "I'll teach you."
PETER and CHILDREN:
I'm flying
(flying, flying, flying)
Look at me way up high,
Suddenly here am I
I'm flying.
I'm flying
(flying, flying, flying)
I can soar
I can weave and what's more
I'm not even trying
High up, and as light as I can be.
I must be a sight lovely to see.
I'm flying.
(flying, flying, flying)
Nothing will stop me now:
Higher still look at how
I can zoom around,
'Way up off the ground
I'm flying.
I fly and I'm all over the place
You try and you fall flat on your face
I'm flying.
(flying, flying, flying)
Over bed, over chair
Duck your head, clear the...
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Peter Pan:
I won't grow up
(I won't grow up)
I don't want to go to school
(I don't want to go to school)
Just to learn to be a parrot
(Just to learn to be a parrot)
And recite a silly rule
(And recite a silly rule)
If growing up means it would be
Beneath my dignity to climb a tree
I'll never grow up!
Never grow up!
Never grow up!

Not me!
(Not I!)
Not me!
(Not me!)

I won't grow up
(I won't grow up)
I don't want to wear a tie
(I don't want to wear a tie)
Or a serious expression
(Or a serious expression)
In the middle of July
(In the middle of July)
And if it means I must prepare
To shoulder burdens with a worried air
I'll...
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posted by bendaimmortal
A topic at IMDB wonders about the Peter Pan (2003) movie having higher rating than Hook (1991.) A list of reasons why I personally feel the situation is unavoidable and deserved. And why in my opinion the 2003 movie should have even higher rating, both as a movie in itself and as a Peter Pan related movie. (And I think it actually does, the avarage rating when correctly calculated is higher than what IMDB's system claims.)

PETER PAN (2003): Storyline follows the original novel and even amazingly faithfully.
HOOK: Utterly alternate universe.

---> Staying true to original is essential if not...
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posted by Shunreallyhot
Wendy's P.O.V
I wake up to the sound of Nana barking. When i look towards her I see the most amazing sight! Peter Pan!
He was standing in mid-air! I slowly got out of bed so I wouldn't scare Peter. "hello" Peter turned around and nearly jumped. "what's wrong?" Peter just smiled at me. "Nothing, its just I never knew a girl could be this amazing up close" "oh" I smiled. "what are you doing here in the first place, Peter?" Peter sat cross-legged in mid-air. "to hear your stories of course!" "really?" He nodded. "yup they're the best!" "Peter it thrills me that you like my stories, so much...
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posted by Pyjamarama
Although the character appeared previously in Barrie's book The Little White Bird,[3] the play and the novel based on it contain the portion of the Peter Pan mythos that is best known. The two versions differ in some details of the story, but have much in common. In both versions Peter makes night-time calls on Kensington, London, listening in on Mrs. Mary Darling's bedtime stories by the open window. One night Peter is spotted and, while trying to escape, he loses his shadow. On returning to claim it, Peter wakes Mary's daughter, Wendy Darling. Wendy succeeds in re-attaching his shadow to...
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posted by spudgroot
I know it might sound crazy, but I really do believe in Peter Pan. I love how he is so understanding about what it is like to feel lost. I hope that he will one day take me to Neverland too! I always feel lonely and it really hurts. The thing is, I'm only a teenager, and I am scared to grow up lost. What if the novel isn't really a work of fiction? What if it is a true story? I have dreams of this beautiful island, Neverland, and it feels like home! I have tried everything; leaving my window unlocked, talking out loud, singing, calling out. It never works!
The smile, the charm, the words, the spark
Everything, you had it
I guess I had a naive heart, 'cause boy
I let you have it
You said I was your only
I never thought you'd leave me lonely
You're just a lost boy, with your head up in the clouds
You're just a lost boy, never keep your feet on the ground

You're always gonna fly away, just because you know you can
You're never gonna learn there's no such place as Neverland
You don't understand
You'll never grow up
You're never gonna be a man
Peter Pan

Deep down, I knew that you were too good to be true
But every piece and part of me wanted to believe in you
But...
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posted by TBUGoth
Binarism, a word which here means has to be a man or woman. For Peter Pan, this means The coloring looks like a Barbie doll & the shirt is WAY too low cut, the V emphasizes Alison Willams' breasts, particularly when she's in motion, the fish netting gives it a hint of sexuality. For Tiger Lily, it's even worse! I'm nonbinary, and I don't dress in party streamers, or like a stripper! Being that Alanna Saunders is Cherokee, this is intersectional racism, or racism and sexism combined! The choreography for "True Blood Brothers" emphasizes the cut in the stripper outfit that goes up to her...
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posted by stardust_mp4
Hello guys, I figured I would make a post talking about my story, since I have recently deleted my last profile (due to privacy issues)

It started when I was between the ages of 2-6, when I first watched the disney Peter Pan movie, I instantly fell in love. I loved the idea of Neverland, and I was even tinker bell for Halloween once. Throughout my childhood, I have no clear memories of ever visiting Neverland. But Peter had taken one of my letters as well as acorns I would leave for him.

Life went on, and I grew older. I stopped believing for many years. Then, in 2017, I got into the OUAT series,...
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posted by xXStarDreamerXx
so i remember meeting him a few times when i was little. life was always hard for me and he really made me happy. as a kid about 3-5 years old i would play outside and have the wildest adventures. i believed in peter with all of my heart. every night i would beg to go to neverland and meet him.

then one night it happened, i really did meet him. i don't remember much as it has been years since then but i do know it was the most fun i have ever had. he took me to neverland and i hung out with him, the lost boys, and the fairies of course. we had such good times. this happened a few times. then...
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posted by Cool66
I believe in him.Peter Pan is a famous character who may be real (only if you believe).Peyer Pan has been my childhood movie and it still is.If you really believe in Peter all you have to do is say I do believe in fairies I do I do 10 times,sing slow songs about him and tell stories about him and/or his adventures.I've done it before.So I truly believe in him and Tinkerbell too.
But if you don't believe in him or Tinkerbell..well whenever someone doesn't believe in a fairy then they die (and that's what could happen to Tinkerbell if you don't believe) and Peter Pan might disappear or might not go to your house again.So believe in them and they might take you on an adventure.
"There I was," A boy with dirty blonde hair and a smooth voice began with an intense tone, crouching on one leg upon a dusty grey rock. "In mid-air with a blade to my throat. Hook had a blood-thirsty glare as he moved the tip of the sword down to my chest and dragged it against my skin."
A few mermaids, who were surrounding him and gripping their hair in suspense, winced in unision.
"Oh, Peter!" One cried in a pained tone. "Were you alright?" Peter nodded before continuing.
"I wasn't scared at all. I lifted my leg and kicked him somewhere that's apparently painful for codfishes. He screamed...
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posted by sheetal-baijal
I like Neverland because it's very beautiful heaven, it's where people don't age, don't have sickness, don't die and no diseases and everyone is blissful, love and joy. And they spend a lot of time having fun and they do lots of fun things together with him, living and staying with him until eternity and going on lots of flying adventures to different places they like to explore around Neverland. And that was definitely my dream to stay in Neverland with him, have fun with him and exploring flying to many places around Neverland . And I will keep dreaming about him and Neverland. This was my dream to go to Neverland.
posted by bendaimmortal
In the original novel Neverland is a place where children go in their sleep, but the story also makes clear that Peter Pan and Neverland are very real and thus possible to reach while awake. And that Wendy & her brothers were the first children to really meet Peter and get to Neverland while awake. And after that Wendy's daughter Jane, and Jane's daughter and her daughter's daughter and..."so it will go on as long as children are gay, innocent and heartless." (And why it was just the daughters is because they were Peter's mothers in turn.)

The original novel also makes clear that Neverland...
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posted by Epicon37
Chapter 1

On that brisk Saturday the leaves, covered in raindrops, erupted in a slow pace from the trees like glittering stones on silver bark. The London fog drifted through the cobbled streets, blocking the skyline.

Green grass and grey stones coloured the playground square, surrounded on three sides by railings that scratched the heavens. Those fence bars intersected at various places on the fence, giving the outside world a chaotic pattern of black stripes. To those outside the orphanage, it looked like a prison. To the orphans of St. Augustine’s at Carmelite House, they saw their bleak...
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posted by 0YouCanFly0
There was a time when I was alone
Nowhere to go and no place to call home
My only friend was the man in the moon
And even sometimes he would go away, too

Then one night, as I closed my eyes
I saw a shadow flying high
He came to me with the sweetest smile
Told me he wanted to talk for awhile
He said, "Peter Pan, that's what they call me
I promise that you'll never be lonely," and ever since that day

I am a Lost Boy from Neverland
Usually hanging out with Peter Pan
And when we're bored we play in the woods
Always on the run from Captain Hook
"Run, run, Lost Boy," they say to me
Away from all of reality

Neverland...
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posted by sheetal-baijal
Because he never lands and always keeps flying wherever he visits all over the world .
Why Peter Pan banishes tinkerbell?
Peter Pan banishes tinkerbell because she fails to understand how to follow his rules in Neverland and she flew off feeling jealously or emotional somewhere alone where she has no friends to talk to her.
Why hook wants to take revenge and kill Peter Pan?
Hook wants to take revenge and kill Peter Pan because he was jealous of him staying young forever, he wants to be young and youthful just like him.



Why tinkerbell is jealous of Wendy?
Tinkerbell is jealous of Wendy because Wendy wanted to kiss Peter Pan.
posted by ElisaFlemer
Hey guys! Long time since my last post here XD well, here's something A W E S O M E that happened some days ago:

So, my two cousins (Rafael - 6 years old - and Gustavo - 2 years old) were at my house, they slept there for the weekend and on Saturday we went outside to play.

The boys, my mom, their dad and me played ball, tag, etc etc. Then, it was 7pm, and the adults wanted to go back inside, but we (the kids) didn't... So they took little Gustavo with them (he was sleepy) and Rafael and I went to this piece of field right beside my house... And then he made the most amazing question ever:

"Let's...
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Mary Martin
Mary Martin
"Peter Pan" was my first Broadway musical, and is one of my favorite musicals besides "The Phantom of the Opera," "Annie," and "Oliver!" When I was six my family and I went to BlockBuster and got the VHS tape of "Peter Pan" my mom had asked me "Do you know a woman named Mary Martin played Peter Pan?" I had seen the Disney version, so a woman playing Peter was special. I liked Peter because he didn't grow up, and he could fly. I watched the Mary Martin version with my family. My Brother, Sister, Mom, Dad, and me. I LOVED it more than the Disney version. Though we lived out in rural New Mexico...
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posted by fran444
In the mid 1800's an infant boy mysteriously vanished from his bedroom in London, England.
In the shadow of Big Ben A statue was raised in his memory.
The plaque reads: In memory of The Lost Boy - Peter Ravensdale.
The time has come to believe again...
The time has come to believe again...