Movie: Peter Pan [1960] Movie: Peter Pan [1960]

Movie: Peter Pan [1960] Movie: Peter Pan [1960]

Wendy:
Peter, what are your exact feelings for me?



Peter Pan:
Those of a devoted son, Wendy.



Wendy:
[Annoyed] I thought so.


[She sits further away from him]



Peter Pan:
You're so strange. Tinker Bell's just the same. There's something she wants to be to me, but she says it's not my mother.


[Tinker Bell replies "You silly ass" in fairy language]



Wendy:
I almost agree with her!

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Mrs. Darling:
George, we must keep Nana,


[whispers]



Mrs. Darling:
I'll tell you why.


[to the kids]



Mrs. Darling:
Get ready for bed, children, now run along...


[children leave]



Mrs. Darling:
George, tonight I saw a face at the window.



Mr. Darling:
Face at the window, two floors up?



Mrs. Darling:
It was the face of a little boy, he was trying to get in.



Mr. Darling:
That's impossible.



Mrs. Darling:
But that's not the first time I've seen that boy.



Mr. Darling:
Oh ho?



Mrs. Darling:
The first time was a week ago, I remember because it was Nana's night off... I was sitting over there by the fire, when suddenly I felt a draft, as though the window were open... I looked... and I saw that boy in the room, I screamed. Just then Nana came in and sprang at him at once, the boy leapt through the window, Nana closed it quickly, but it was too late to catch him.



Mr. Darling:
I thought so.



Mrs. Darling:
But wait! *He* escaped, but his shadow hadn't time to get out. I hid it...


[takes it out of Wendy's dresser drawer]



Mrs. Darling:
I rolled it up, and here it is.



Mr. Darling:
Ah ha, hmmm... well I don't think it's anyone we know, though he does look a scoundrel.



Mrs. Darling:
You know, George, I think he comes back trying to get his shadow.



Mr. Darling:
I dare say...



Mrs. Darling:
But wait, I haven't told you all... the boy was not quite alone, he was accompanied by a... well I really don't know how to describe it... by a bolt of light no bigger than my fist, it darted around the room, like a living thing.



Mr. Darling:
This is most unusual.



Mrs. Darling:
George, what can it mean?



Mr. Darling:
What indeed? What indeed?

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Peter Pan:
[Tinkerbell tells him what's happened] The Indians have been defeated? And Wendy and the boys have been captured by the pirates? I'll rescue her! I'll rescue her!


[Tinkerbell notices the poisoned medicine]



Peter Pan:
What? That's just my medicine,


[Tinkerbell protests]



Peter Pan:
poison? Nonsense, who could've poisoned it? I promised Wendy I'd take that medicine and I'm going to just as soon as I sharpen my dagger.


[Tinkerbell drinks the medicine]



Peter Pan:
Tink! You drunk my medicine!


[Tinkerbell flies about slowly and grows dim]



Peter Pan:
What's the matter with you? It was poison, wasn't it? Tink? Your voice is so low now I can hardly hear you. What's that? You believe that you could get well again... if children believed in fairies.

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Narrator:
Some say that as we grow up, we become different people at different ages, but I don't believe this. I think we remain the same, merely passing from one room, to another, but always in the same house. If we unlock the rooms, we can look in and see ourselves beginning to become you and me.

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Mr. Darling:
[to Mrs. Darling] I warn you of this, Mother, that if this tie does not go round my neck, we don't go out to dinner tonight. And if we don't go out to dinner tonight, I never go to the office again. And if I never go to the office again, you and I will starve, and our children will be flung into the streets.

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