Peter Pan (Three-Disc Diamond Edition: Blu-ray/DVD + Digital Copy + Storybook App)
DVD + Blu-ray + Digital
|Additional Multi-Format options||Edition||Discs||
|New from||Used from|
Frequently bought together
Customers who bought this item also bought
Think of the happiest things as PETER PAN soars to spectacular new heights for the first time on Blu-ray -- now more sensational than ever with digitally restored picture and brilliant high definition sound! Bid your cares goodbye as Wendy and her brothers embark on fantastic adventures with the hero of their bedtime stories... Peter Pan! With faith, trust and Tinker Bell's pixie dust, Peter teaches them how to fly and leads them to the "second star to the right" and beyond... to Never Land!
2. Growing Up With Nine Old Men
3. And Much More!
4. DVD Feature Film + Bonus
5. Digital Copy Of Feature Film
6. Storybook App -- Plays On iPad(TM), iPhone(TM) And iPod Touch(TM)
7. Disney Intermission -- Press Pause And See What Happens!
8. Introduction By Diane Disney Miller
9. Never-Before-Seen Deleted Scene
10. Never-Before-Seen Alternate Ending
11. Deleted Songs
Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
Top customer reviews
I recently re-visited this movie, under the prodding of my 11 year-old daughter; and, I am grateful to her for pushing me into it. 'Peter Pan' features beautiful animation, well-choreographed scenes of fight and flight, inspired voice-acting and memorable songs. All of this supports a surprisingly funny and insightful tale of the dangers of either never growing up...or, growing up too much.
Katherine Beaumont ('Alice In Wonderland') is beguiling as teenage Wendy Darling; whose childhood infatuation with tales of Peter Pan develop into a relatable (if very 1950's) teen crush. Bobby Driscoll, who was a well-known Disney child star, turns in a completely winning performance as Peter Pan. He captures all the bravado, hubris, good humor, pettiness, generosity and pure sense-of-fun that run chock-a-block through all teenage boys. The characterization of Tinkerbell (insanely jealous of Wendy and possessive of Peter) creates a very believable teen-age triangle; and, some welcome pungency to offset Disney's penchant for treacle. However, the prize goes to Hans Conried in the twin roles of Mr. Darling (Wendy's veddy, veddy British father), and Peter's nemesis: Captain James Hook. As Hook, Conried creates a truly great villain: charming, scheming, ferocious, vengeful, cunning and (where the hungry crocodile is concerned) hysterically nervous.
Comments about the 'Indian' scenes are justified...but, not to the extent that Politically Correct critics condemn. The song: "What makes the red man, red" is classic (i.e. insensitive and stereotypical) Hollywood 'injun' stuff. That said, Candy Candido's floor-scraping vocals as 'Big Chief' are a pure hoot; and, should be taken in that spirit.
Bottom line: 'Peter Pan' is one of Disney's most completely realized and satisfying movies. Its fun, insightful, exciting, speaks equally well to kids, teens and adults and does so without the sugary wallowing that came to epitomize subsequent Disney animation. Watch it, and smile.
If Disney takes the movie out of the vault I will most likely purchase the US version to replace this one, but for now this plays well and kids have enjoyed it.
I know I left a lot of the story out but I wanted to add some other information to my review. First this is the first Peter Pan that a male actor played the lead; in previous plays and movies Peter Pan was played by a female. It was Margaret Kerry and not Marilyn Monroe who was the model for Tinker Bell. In keeping with the stage version tradition, Hans Conried voice both George Darling and Captain Hook. Peter Pan was the last movie the Disney's famed "Nine Old Men" worked on together. Also this was the last movie to be distributed by RKO Radio Pictures. In this film version Tinker Bell actually has a body; in the stage version she was represented by a beam of light. Finally this was Disney's 14th animated feature. Peter Pan is an excellent movie and gets an AAAAA+++++. One foot note to add, watch the audio commentary hosted by Roy Disney and learn more of the making of Peter Pan.
I. Beauty and the Beast
II. Cinderella II: Dreams Come True
III. The Hunchback of Notre Dame II
IV. The Man Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
V. Tarzan and Jane
VI. 101 Dalmations II
VII. Magic Happens
I. The Making of Peter Pan
II. The Peter Pan Story - Original 1952 Theatrical Promotional Featurette
III. Audio Commentary hosted by Roy Disney
IV. An Exclusive look at Walt Disney's Return to Neverland
V. Peter Pan Still Frame Gallery
VI. Following the Leader Song-Along Song
VII. Peter Pan's Playful Prank Storybook
VIII. Pirate Treasure Hunt Game
IX. DVD ROM
II. The Little Mermaid
IV. The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars
V. Melody Time
* You Can Fly! The Making of Peter Pan
Most recent customer reviews
Update: ended up returning because the BluRay disc would not play.
What other items do customers buy after viewing this item?
Look for similar items by category
- Movies & TV > Animation
- Movies & TV > Blu-ray
- Movies & TV > Blu-ray > Movies
- Movies & TV > Digital Copy
- Movies & TV > Disney Home Video > All Disney Titles
- Movies & TV > Genre for Featured Categories > Kids & Family
- Movies & TV > Movies
- Movies & TV > Musicals & Performing Arts > Musicals
- Movies & TV > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Animation
- Movies & TV > Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment > All Disney Titles
- Movies & TV > Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment > Animated Movies