[Wendy arrives at the house.]
Peter: Welcome, mother! Discipline, that's what fathers believe in. We must spank the children immediately before they try to kill you again. In fact we should kill them.
[Yells and runs after the Lost Boys who scream and hide. Wendy stands between Peter and the Lost Boys.]
Wendy: Father! I agree that they are perfectly horrid but kill them and they'll think themselves important.
Lost Boys: So important!
Curly: And unique!
Wendy: I suggest something far more dreadful. Medicine! It's the most beastly, disgusting stuff, the sticky, sweet kind.
Lost Boys: Kill us! Please Peter!
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|Title||Peter Pan (2003)|
|Original entry||When Wendy is shot down by the lost boys and they build a house around her, the house does not have a floor, but when Captain Hook's men carry the house to the pirate ship, the house must have a floor or Wendy wouldn't be able to remain inside. [When Wendy is shot down, she lies on an all green grassy area, before the house is built. When Wendy wakes up, she is not only surrounded by a dense amount of very large colorful leaves, those leaves are also directly under her. While she was unconscious, obviously Peter and the boys moved her onto the bed of colorful leaves and it is entirely plausible and feasible that the leaves lie atop a floor, just like the walls that they built.]|