Tag Archives: Peter Pan

Neverland Tribe
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May 15, 2020 posted by Jim Korkis

Neverland Tribe

Today, the exaggerated stereotypes of Native Americans in Disney’s Peter Pan spark outrage. Let’s take a closer look at what was supposed to represent a young boy’s impression, in 1953, of “Indians”.

Neverland… Ho!
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March 5, 2019 posted by James Parten

Neverland… Ho!

Capitol issued two of the songs from the “Peter Pan” score sung by one of he biggest stars of stage, screen, radio and television – Jerry Lewis!

Neverland or Bust!
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February 19, 2019 posted by James Parten

Neverland or Bust!

There were only a half-dozen songs featured in Peter Pan, and only five got “grownup” commercial recordings. Unfortunately none of them were big hits in their own right.

In Her Own Words:  Margaret Kerry
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December 5, 2015 posted by

In Her Own Words: Margaret Kerry

While playing the role of eldest daughter in Charlie Ruggles early TV sit-com, Margaret Kerry’s agent contacted her about doing the live action reference modeling for the character of Tinker Bell in Disney’s new feature, Peter Pan.

Animation Anecdotes #225
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August 14, 2015 posted by

Animation Anecdotes #225

Friz Freleng’s “Two Crows From Tacos” is basically about two incredibly stupid Mexicali crows who chase a grasshopper. The crows were later redesigned as cats, and later as toads. Here are the voices behind these funny characters.