Back to Neverland (1989)

  |  Animation, Short, Comedy


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Legendary TV news anchor Walter Cronkite takes ecstatic Disneyland tourist Robin through the process of Disney's hand drawn animation and makes Robin's wish of visiting the animated world of Peter Pan (1953) come true.


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9 September 2006 | lionkingluvr
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| So funny! Genius!
This was a great show that was at Disney's MGM Studios theme park in Orlando, FL. No matter how many times I saw it, it always made me laugh! It takes Robin Williams and puts him into a fictional Peter Pan sequel called "Back to Neverland" as one of the lost boys. One of my favorite parts is when Robin says he wants to be in a Peter Pan Sequel called "Peter Pan First Blood" co-starring Jack Nicholson. It was so entertaining and well written! I was very upset when they took the film out, it was a highlight of the park! I'm sure anyone who saw it would agree that this was a great film that the whole family could enjoy, and hopefully someday Disney will use it in their parks again!

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