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quotemadness · 4 hours ago
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Come with me, where dreams are born, and time is never planned.
Peter Pan
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adventurelandia · 2 days ago
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Production sketch from Peter Pan (1953)
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earlfitzherbert · a day ago
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We give Edmund a lot of shit for betraying his family, but the Darling children hesitated for like half a minute at best before following Peter Pan out of a window and abandoning theirs
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hopepunk-humanity · 4 months ago
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bladesrunner · 5 months ago
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♪ Up you go with a heigh and ho To the stars beyond the blue There's a Neverland waiting for you Where all your happy dreams come true Every dream that you dream will come true When there's a smile in your heart There's no better time to start Think of all the joy you'll find When you leave the world behind And bid your cares goodbye You can fly! You can fly! You can fly! ♪
𝐏𝐄𝐓𝐄𝐑 𝐏𝐀𝐍 1953 | dir. C. Geronimi, H. Luske, W. Jackson
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prokopetz · 7 months ago
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Headcanoning Captain Hook was a former Lost Boy makes for good drama and all, but in the original play it’s strongly suggested that he’s an Eton boy, and that he later attended (but did not graduate from) Oxford, and if you work out what this implies about his backstory, his entire characterisation becomes much, much funnier.
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laurens-german · 7 months ago
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“Peter. You won't forget me, will you?” Me? Forget? Never.
Jeremy Sumpter and Rachel Hurd-Wood as Peter Pan and Wendy in PETER PAN (2003) dir. P. J. Hogan
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selenaigomez · 2 months ago
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PETER PAN (1953)  dir. Clyde Geronimi, Hamilton Luske and Wilfred Jackson.
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weirdlandtv · 3 months ago
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Concept paintings by Mary Blair for Disney’s PETER PAN.
“I forget people after I kill them,” Peter Pan says in PETER & WENDY. Was that in the Disney version?
One of the great “lost movies”: in the 1960s, there was talk of making a live action Peter Pan movie with Audrey Hepburn as Peter Pan, Peter Sellers as Captain Hook, and Hayley Mills as Wendy. The world was robbed of something wonderful there...
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scurviesdisneyblog · 27 days ago
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The women of Disney Animation Studios.
“There was something about Mary Blair’s style that appealed to Walt’s sensitivity: the way she projected a childlike innocence into her art or, perhaps, her uncanny sense of color. At first, Walt was a little stunned at the new stuff [Mary was creating], and then he began realizing it was contemporary and it was something he should be using. I think he discovered himself at the same time, his artistic self. Walt’s self-discovery made Mary Blair the most influential Disney concept artist of the 1950s.” - Didier Ghez. They Drew As they Pleased.
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bladesrunner · 6 months ago
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This won’t do. What’s the matter with you? All it takes is faith and trust... oh! And something I forgot. Dust! Just a little bit of pixie dust.
𝐏𝐄𝐓𝐄𝐑 𝐏𝐀𝐍 1953 | dir. C. Geronimi, H. Luske, W. Jackson
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alexstewart · 2 months ago
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Peter Pan (1953) Dir. Clyde Geronimi, Hamilton Luske And Wilfred Jackson
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themousefromfantasyland · 2 months ago
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Disney's Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan and Cinderella have the best opening credits among all other Disney films, if only because of the beautiful artwork that come along with them
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