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1 day ago Fanfiction; Recs; Fanart. 4 Archives & Fannish Links; 5 References. Hook/Wendy is a Peter Pan het pairing with Captain James Hook and The Peter Pan () film may have popularized the pairing due to the. Peter loved Wendy in the same way that a little boy loves his mother. father has for her mother, wanted to have that same kind of relationship with Peter. Of course, if you take Hook into consideration, Peter eventually does decide to grow . Peter Pan is a fantasy adventure film released by Universal Pictures, Columbia Pictures, Peter tells Tinker Bell to find Wendy while he takes care of Hook. But Tinker Bell reaches the hideout as Wendy is still falling from the sky, and out.
In the part of the story where Peter Pan and the Lost Boys built a house for Wendy on Neverland, Peter Pan stays up late that night to guard her from the pirates, but then the story says: Any of the other boys obstructing the fairy path at night they would have mischiefed, but they just tweaked Peter's nose and passed on. They are described as being very beautiful and mysterious creatures but equally just as vain and malevolent.
Barrie states in the novel Peter and Wendy that the mermaids are only friendly to Peter, and that they will intentionally splash or even attempt to drown anyone else if they come close enough. It is especially dangerous for mortals to go to Mermaids' Lagoon at night, because that's when the mermaids sing hauntingly in the moonlight and utter strange wailing cries to attract potential victims.
The Crocodile is Captain Hook's nemesis. During a sword fight, Peter cut off Hook's right hand and fed it to a crocodile which followed Hook ever since, hungering for more.
The crocodile also swallowed a clock which ticking warns Hook of its presence.
At the end of the story, Captain Hook falls into the crocodile's mouth and is swallowed whole. Peter has literally chosen not to make the transition from one to the other, and encourages the other children to do the same.
However, the opening line of the novel, "All children, except one, grow up", and the conclusion of the story indicates that this wish is unrealistic, and there is an element of tragedy in the alternative.
In particular, Peter lacks the mental capacity for secondary mental representation and cannot recollect the past, anticipate the future, consider two things at once or see things from another person's point of view. He is therefore amnesic, inconsequential, impulsive and callous. Wendy's flirtatious desire to kiss Peter, his desire for a mother figure, his conflicting feelings for Wendy, Tiger Lily, and Tinker Bell each representing different female archetypesand the symbolism of his fight with Captain Hook traditionally played by the same actor as Wendy's fatherall could possibly hint at a Freudian interpretation see Oedipus complex.
Most children's adaptations of the play, including the Disney film, omit any romantic themes between Wendy and Peter, but Barrie's original, his novelisation, the Mary Martin musical, and the and feature films all hint at the romantic elements.
Stage productions[ edit ] The original stage production took place at the Duke of York's TheatreLondon, on 27 December Besides du Maurier, the pirates were: May played Liza, credited ironically as "Author of the Play".
Grahame, Black Pirate by S. Spencer, Crocodile by A.
Lawton, and the Ostrich by G. Tinker Bell was represented on stage by a darting light "created by a small mirror held in the hand off-stage and reflecting a little circle of light from a powerful lamp"  and her voice was "a collar of bells and two special ones that Barrie brought from Switzerland".
Captain Hook/Wendy Darling
However, a Miss "Jane Wren" or "Jenny Wren" was listed among the cast on the programmes of the original productions as playing Tinker Bell: Inspector of Taxeswho sent her a tax demand.
Darling the children's father and Captain Hook to be played or voiced by the same actor. Although this was originally done simply to make full use of the actor the characters appear in different sections of the story with no thematic intent, some critics have perceived a similarity between the two characters as central figures in the lives of the children. It also brings a poignant juxtaposition between Mr. Darling's harmless bluster and Captain Hook's pompous vanity. Cecilia Loftus played Peter in the — production.
Pauline Chase took the role from the —07 London season until while Zena Dare was Peter on tour during most of that period.
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Jean Forbes-Robertson became a well-known Pan in London in the s and s. The Broadway production starred Maude Adamswho would play the role on and off again for more than a decade and, in the U. It was produced again in the U. Among musical theatre adaptations, the most successful in the U.
Martin became the actress most associated with the role in the U. List of works based on Peter Pan The story of Peter Pan has been a popular one for adaptation into other media. The story and its characters have been used as the basis for a number of motion pictures live action and animatedstage musicals, television programs, a ballet, and ancillary media and merchandise.
The best known of these are the animated feature film produced by Walt Disney featuring the voice of year-old film actor Bobby Driscoll one of the first male actors in the title role, which was traditionally played by women ; the series of musical productions and their televised presentations starring Mary MartinSandy Duncanand Cathy Rigby ; and the live-action feature film produced by P.
Hogan starring Jeremy Sumpter.
'Read With Me' Novel Portrays Neverland As Never Before
There have been several additions to Peter Pan's story, including the authorised sequel novel Peter Pan in Scarletand the high-profile sequel films Return to Never Land and Hook.
Various characters from the story have appeared in other places, especially Tinker Bell as a mascot and character of Disney. The characters are in the public domain in some jurisdictions, leading to unauthorised extensions to the mythos and uses of the characters. Has she made the proper decision? Is this really wise? Now, the rhythm of the waves had overtaken the rhythm of her dreams. When had she become accustomed to the swaying of the ship?
At what point in time had she grown used to the bed that mocked the rocking surface of the sea? She knew now that the presence behind her, cradling her, would bind her forever. How had she become one with that presence, possessing it and possessed by it?
By the arm thrown to rest across her own. The heavy arm that protected and confined her. That powerful, handless arm ending, hideously, at the wrist. Michael and John stumble across the crocodile that ate Hook's hand, then encounter the Native American princess Tiger Lily. Wendy and Peter visit the mermaids' lagoon to ask the dark and mysterious creatures to help in locating John and Michael, and learn that Hook has her brothers. Peter and Hook engage in a duel but it is stopped when the ticking crocodile arrives and tries to eat Hook, allowing the children to all escape.
That night, after a celebration at the Native American camp, Peter shows Wendy the fairies' home and the two share a dance. Hook spies on the two and soon comes across Tinker Bell, who is still hurt and upset from being banished, and charms her into telling him more about Peter and Wendy. Peter becomes upset with Wendy after she tries to get him to express his feelings and that he will never love and never grow up, and tells her to go home and grow up if she's not happy.
Wendy, hurt, leaves to be alone. Hook has the sleeping Wendy carried to his ship. There, he entices her to become a pirate, but sends a spy to follow her to the Lost Boys' underground hideout afterwards. Wendy soon comes to her senses and tells her brothers that the three of them will be going home, which upsets Peter.
The Lost Boys ask if they can go too, upsetting Peter even more. Wendy tries to say goodbye to Peter but he turns away in sadness. She leaves him a cup of "medicine" and tells him not to forget to take it. The pirates capture the boys outside and Hook goes down into the tree, and puts a drop of poison in Peter's medicine.
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He is about to drink the medicine, but Tinker Bell intervenes and drinks the poison herself. Peter telepathically reaches out to children sleeping around the world, the Darlings, Aunt Millicent, the Lost Boys, and even the pirates to assert their belief in fairies, which brings Tinker Bell back to life. Peter and Tinker Bell save Wendy and the boys from walking the plank by making the pirates think the crocodile is on board, and a battle soon breaks out.
Hook sprinkles himself with Tinker Bell's fairy dust and fights Peter in a duel while flying. Hook taunts him about Wendy abandoning him and forgetting all about him when she grows up. Weakened by those thoughts and unable to fight, Peter gives in to his inevitable death.
- Captain Hook (2003)
Seeing this as goodbye, Wendy gives Peter her hidden kiss as a sign of love which gives him the strength to recover. Peter reengages Hook, who loses his confidence and falls into the waiting jaws of the crocodile. With the ship covered in fairy dust, Peter flies Wendy and the boys back to London. Darling are overjoyed at the return of their children, and adopt the Lost Boys.