Corrected entry: Tinkerbell tries to warn Peter his medicine is poisoned, but can't get him to understand her. How is it, that in all the time they've spent together, they've never established ANY kind of communication system? Especially for emergencies like this? It was actually done because the original playwright had had a lot of failures, and he wanted to know ASAP whether the audience liked and cared about this play.dizzyd
Corrected entry: After the nursery room windows open themselves, the bedcovers fly up off Jack and Maggie. As the covers pass offscreen we hear both Jack and then Maggie scream, but in the shot of Maggie as we hear her screaming her mouth does not move in any kind of sync with the scream.
Corrected entry: Peter Pan is trying to free his children from Captain Hook, but is captured and tied up. After a few minutes, he falls into the sea; but is then saved by three Mermaids. Watch the last Mermaid with green hair, when she is swimming towards him. You can see a diver trying to get out of the shot.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Hook is going to commit suicide, he can be seen wearing his red coat whilst walking to and from the cabinet. In the shot after he has reached the center of the room and cocked the pistol, the red coat is missing entirely, and he is now only wearing a waistcoat and shirt.
Corrected entry: When Hook inspects Peter, he looks at his scar, and in a closeup the area surrounding the scar is very hairy. Yet in later parts of the film, such as when the Lost Boys paint Peter's body, the area around the scar, as well as the rest of his body, is smooth and hairless!! The proportions of the scar differ in these shots as well.
00:42:25 - 01:05:20Hamster
Corrected entry: It is known that Peter Pan's shadow is just him; it acts on his own. When grown up Peter is reminiscing about first meeting Wendy, he pulls his shadow's feet on the wall in the nursery (trying to get it back). But when you look to the bottom right of the screen, you can see young Peter's real shadow.
Corrected entry: Peter is talking to Tink when she's in her "house". The scene where she becomes normal size, he asks something along the lines of "are you upset", she says "no I'm neither" and THEN Peter asks "or you're sick then." There's no way for Tink to know he's about to give her another option, so the line shouldn't have been "I'm neither," unless it was spoken after his other bit of dialogue.Cody Bowers
Corrected entry: This takes place in the scene where you see the scratch on the wall, when they realize the children are missing. If Hook made this scratch on the way into the house, he would have had to crossed the left arm with the hook over his body (or walked backwards). If you look at the direction of the scratch, it must have been on the way in, not out. Looks like it was done this way for the camera shot.
Corrected entry: When the lost boys are training Peter, they have Peter lifting 2 little boys in a bench press kind of motion. The two little boys are on seats attached to ropes that are attached to a stick that Peter is lifting up and down. The up and down motion of the little boys is not correct. When Peter brings the stick towards him, the boys should go up and when Peter lets the stick rise up, the boys should go down.Emily
Corrected entry: When Robin Williams arrives too late at the baseball field to see his son play at the beginning, he is upset when he climbs up the little hill and then suddenly sees an empty field. This is a reaction a little too late, as the access road (which you can see from standing on the little hill) to the field is on the far right from his view. On driving in he would have spotted an empty field straight away from his car.
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