Peter Pan

Continuity mistake: After Hook swims away, Wendy asks Peter where are they going to. The rope behind her swaps positions between shots.

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Continuity mistake: Peter cuts Hook's hat and feather. When Hook swims away, Peter grabs the hat to impersonate Hook and the hat is fixed.

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Continuity mistake: When the pirates attack the crow's nest where the kids are, one of them cuts his moustache with his sword. Later on his moustache grows back.

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Deliberate mistake: When the kids are in the crow's nest fighting the pirates, dozens of stones and arrows fly out of nowhere, despite the kids just having a handful. Check for the kid with the blowpipe: He manages to blow dozens of rocks out of nowhere. There's even a shot where arrows and stones are flying from all over the place despite the fact that a shot later the kids are crouching.

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Continuity mistake: When Nana is sent outside and holds the rope, the length of the short end increases between shots.

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Continuity mistake: When the movie begins and Mrs. Darling grabs a hairpin, a bottle on the table disappears between shots.

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Peter Pan: Well, well, a codfish on a hook.
Captain Hook: I'll get you for this, Pan, if it's the last thing I do.

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Trivia: Disney's Peter Pan was the first Peter Pan ever to be played by a boy. Traditionally Pan had always been played by women.

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Question: What kind of medicine was Nana bringing into the nursery to give to the children?

Answer: They never officially confirmed; but it was likely castor oil or morphine. Both were used around this time period as a common "medicine" for children.

Cocaine, heroin, and alcohol-based elixirs were also commonplace and considered "safe and effective" for children.

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