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Peter Pan
   was released in   
1953
Captain Hook
   is the villain in   
Peter Pan
Peter Pan (Walt Disney)
   was published in   
1989
Adapted by Eugene Bradley Coco and Illustrated by Ron Dias (No. 104-68)
J. M. Barrie
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Peter Pan (2003)
Based on the play
1932
   Melbourne Cup winner was   
Peter Pan
Jockey - Bill Duncan, Trainer - Frank McGrath, Sr., Owner - Rodney R. Dangar, Time - 3.23.25
1934
   Melbourne Cup winner was   
Peter Pan
Jockey - Darby Munro, Trainer - Frank McGrath, Sr., Owner - Rodney R. Dangar, Time - 3.40.50
Captain Hook
   is an arch-enemy of   
Peter Pan
P. J. Hogan
   directed   
Peter Pan (2003)
Tom Hanks
   was considered for the role of   
Peter Pan in Hook (1991)
Robin Williams got the part
Kevin Kline
   was considered for the role of   
Peter Pan in Hook (1991)
Robin Williams got the part
1907
   winner was   
Peter Pan
G. Mountain up, Trainer: James G. Rowe, Sr., Owner: James R. Keene -- time unknown
Peter Pan
   begins   
All Children, Except One, Grow Up.
J. M. Barrie
Peter Pan
   is a character in the song   
"We Didn't Start The Fire"
Billy Joel
Peter Pan (1953)
   had the voice actors   
Bobby Driscoll, Hans Conried & Kathryn Beaumont
(Disney) This film marked two "lasts" for Disney: - 1) This was the final Disney film in which all nine members of the Nine Old Men worked together on it as directing animators. - 2) It was the last full-length Disney animated film distributed by RKO. All of Disney's films after early 1954 would be distributed by Buena Vista, as well as all of the post-1954 re-releases of his earlier films.
J. M. Barrie
   wrote   
Peter Pan
Aka 'Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up'.
Hook’s Tango
   comes from the musical   
Peter Pan
I’m Flying
   comes from the musical   
Peter Pan
Tick Tock
   is in   
'Peter Pan'
A saltwater crocodile
His Mother Was a Famous Peter Pan, I Dream of Jeannie, Star of TV’s Dallas
   are all   
Facts About Larry Hagman
Larry Hagman’s mother was Mary Martin, who was THE most famous Peter Pan in the play’s history.
Peter Pan, Jif, Skippy
   are all   
Brands of Peanut Butter
Contrary to popular belief, agronomist George Washington Carver had no hand in inventing peanut butter…in 1890, George A. Bayle Jr. began to sell ground peanut paste as a “vegetarian protein supplement” for people with bad teeth…
Nana
   is in   
'Peter Pan'
A dog - Newfoundland in the original story; a Saint Bernard (as per Little Golden Book's Walt Disney's Peter Pan 1989!)






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