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|Original entry||From Peter's first entrance on the rooftop till about halfway through the nursery scene, his individual teeth are visible in closeup facial shots. But starting at about the line "But that would mean no more stories.", he's no longer drawn with individual teeth - -just an expanse of white when he opens his mouth, giving him a much less threatening appearance. Hard to believe that it was intentional. A change of artists, maybe? [He was drawn that way to make him look more mischevious, for the same reason that he was drawn with a shadow covering his eyes, making him resemble a masked bandit.]|