G | | Animation, Adventure, Family
In London during World War II, this is the story of Wendy's daughter, Jane, who is kidnapped by Captain Hook and Peter Pan must come to the rescue.
Some female modifications were made for this sequel, like the Mermaids are given brassieres since their appearances in Peter Pan (1953) were considered sexualized.
Mr. Smee, who is the most brazen, bold and brilliant buccaneer who ever sailed the briny blue?
Smee & Pirates: Um, Blackbeard?
During the opening sequence, the camera show river Thames, with the Tower bridge and the Big Ben clock tower very near to each other and only one bridge in the middle. In fact, both landmarks or not even close to each other and it is impossible to see them in the same frame, due to the shape of the river. Besides, there are many bridges in the middle - Westminster, Charing Cross, Blackfriars, the London Bridge and others - as well as St. Paul's Cathedral. Neither of them are shown in the sequence.
This film would not have been possible without the inspiration from the original motion picture and the work of its talented artists and animators.
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