[00:55.57](Girl) Cinderella flew through the air...
[00:58.09]far from all things ugly and ordinary.
[01:01.53]When she landed at the ball, she found herself...
[01:04.21]most impertinently surrounded by pirates.
[01:07.65]There was Alf Mason, so ugly his mother sold him for a bottle of muscat.
[01:12.37]Bill Jukes, every inch ofhim tattooed.
[01:16.97]And worst of them all,
[01:19.41]Hook, with eyes blue as forget-me-nots,
[01:23.73]save when he clawed your belly with the iron hook he has...
[01:28.37]instead of a right hand, at which time...
[01:31.45]his eyes turn red.
[01:36.09]"Girlie," said Hook,
[01:38.09]"we have come for ye glass slippers."
[01:40.45]Who be you to order me about and call me girlie? Take that!
[01:44.49]Take that! Take that!
[01:51.17]- (Girl) Hook came at her. - (Screaming)
[01:55.85](Boy) What happened then? What happened then?
[01:58.01](Girl) The brave Cinderella settled the matter once and for all...
[02:01.33]with her revolver. With her revolver?
[02:04.25](Woman Narrating) The night on which the extraordinary adventures...
[02:06.61]of these children may be said to have begun...
[02:09.41]was the night Nana barked at the window.
[02:12.41]But there was nothing there, not a bird or a leaf.
[02:15.93]So the children forgot about it,
[02:18.01]for what troubles a grown-up will never trouble a child.
[02:21.85]- (Cuckooing) - (All Gasp)
[02:26.17]Oh, dearest George, dear Mary. Oh, what a journey I've had.
[02:34.01]- (Whooping) - (Barks)
[02:44.21](Barks) Not fair!
[02:46.25](Narrator) Not fair, indeed. But Nana was the finest nurse on four paws.
[02:50.73]No. No, I will not forgive you. ?? (Piano)
[02:53.85](Narrator) There never was a happier, simpler family.
[02:57.61]Mr. Darling was a banker who knew the cost of everything, even a hug.
[03:02.85]Mrs. Darling was the loveliest lady in Bloomsbury...
[03:06.57]with a sweet, mocking mouth that had one kiss on it...
[03:10.81]that Wendy could never get.
[03:12.93]Though there it was,
[03:15.13]perfectly conspicuous on the right-hand corner.
[03:20.45]And sometimes there was Aunt Millicent...
[03:23.01]who felt a dog for a nurse lowered the whole tone of the neighborhood.
[03:26.29]All right, all right, all right, all right. Less noise.
[03:29.53]- Let's settle down. This is not a farm. - (Whines)
[03:32.89]- (Millicent) Bravo, George. Bravo. - Wendy's turn.
[03:35.61]Wendy must tell a story. ?? (piano)
[03:39.25]Cecco, who carved his name on the governor at Goa.
[03:42.25]Noodler, with his hands on backwards.
[03:45.97]- Heavens. - Hook!
[03:47.77]- Hook? - Hook, whose eyes turn red as he guts you.
[03:52.41]Upon my soul, how children are educated nowadays.
[03:55.33]- (Chuckles) - I'm afraid I am not learned at all, Aunt.
[03:58.29]- But I do know a thing or two about pirates. - Ooh.
[04:01.17]My unfulfilled ambition is to write a great novel in three parts about my adventures.
[04:05.61]- What adventures? - I've yet to have them,
[04:08.53]but they will be perfectly thrilling.
[04:10.53]But, child, novelists are not highly thought of in good society.
[04:14.21]And there is nothing so difficult to marry as a novelist.
[04:17.77]- Marry? - Marry?
[04:19.65]- Marry? - But, Aunt, Wendy is not yet 13.
[04:25.01]Walk toward me, dear, that I may appraise you.
[04:27.85](Mr. Darling) Go on.
[04:30.09]Walk to your auntie. Stand up straight. (Giggling)
[04:36.85]- Stop it! - Turn around.
[04:47.25]Oh, it's quite as I expected.
[04:49.93]Wendy possesses a woman's chin.
[04:55.37]Have you not noticed? Observe her mouth.
[04:59.33]There, hidden in the right-hand corner,
[05:04.29]is that a kiss?
[05:06.05](Mrs. Darling Gasps)
[05:08.17]- A kiss? - Like Mother's kiss.
[05:11.05]- (Millicent) A hidden kiss. - But what is it for?
[05:16.45]It is for the greatest adventure of all.
[05:19.13]They that find it...
[05:21.37]have slipped in and out of heaven.
[05:26.61]The one the kiss belongs to.
[05:33.21]a woman. Almost a woman.
[05:36.41]She must spend less time with her brothers...
[05:38.77]and more time with me. (All Gasp)
[05:41.09]She must have her own room.
[05:43.53]Ayoung lady's room. Leave the...
[05:47.01]George, the daughter of a clerk cannot hope to marry as well as that of a manager.
[05:50.89]You must attend more parties,
[05:53.93]make small talk with your superiors at the bank.
[05:57.17]Wit is very fashionable at the moment.
[06:27.05]- (Barking) - (Gasps)
[06:33.05]- (Screams) - (Growling)
[07:04.73](Narrator) But there was no sign of a body,
[07:07.61]for none had fallen.
[07:10.17]Certainly she had been dreaming.
[07:23.61]- (Loud Bang) - (Gasps)
[07:26.69]If this is you in bed,
[07:29.49]what is this?
[07:35.61](Narrator) Miss Fulsom dispatched a letter of outrage to Mr. Darling...
[07:40.53]that set new standards of prudery, even for her.
[07:46.57]Mr. Darling had been practicing small talk all afternoon.
[07:52.05]I say, it's nice weather we're having.
[07:55.17]And now his opportunity had arrived.
[07:57.25]Sir Edward Quiller Couch, the president of the bank,
[08:01.49]was a man who enjoyed small talk...
[08:03.77]almost as much as a good balance sheet.
[08:07.77]Wendy walked as one condemned.
[08:10.77]And then... fate. (Bell Rings)
[08:15.29]The letter! Wait! Stop!
[08:19.05](Michael) Wendy, wait! Come back!
[08:23.61]I say, what a splendid tie. (Mumbles)
[08:28.09]Wait! You there! Stop!
[08:31.65]- Wendy! Nana, come back! - (Barking)
[08:34.77]That's 200 saved. Ajudicious investment?
[08:45.09]Hi. Um... (Muttering)
[08:51.89]You there, stop! Wait!
[08:56.17]Stop! Wait! (Thunder Rumbling)
[08:58.57]Uh, uh, uh... I, uh...
[09:02.73](Pounding) (Wendy) Father!
[09:07.89]I can explain!
[09:30.73](Men Grumbling) (Mr. Darling) I have been humiliated!
[09:32.93](Wendy Chattering) No!
[09:34.93]I must become a man that children fear and adults respect,
[09:38.81]or we shall all end up in the street!
[09:41.33]George, not so loud. The neighbors will hear.
[09:43.65]Let them hear. Let the whole world know!
[09:47.45]This is not a nurse! This is a dog.
[09:57.45]Tomorrow you begin your instruction...
[10:00.29]with Aunt Millicent.
[10:03.33]It's time for you to grow up!
[10:18.85]Can anything harm us after the night-lights are lit?
[10:24.53]They are the eyes a mother leaves behind to guard her children.
[10:33.93]Mother, must you go to the party?
[10:36.81]Please, Mother. Yes, Mother, you don't have to go.
[10:39.33]Father can go by himself. Please, Mother.
[10:43.65]Your father is a brave man.
[10:46.49]But he's going to need the special kiss to face his colleagues tonight.
[10:54.73]There are many different kinds of bravery.
[10:58.13]There's the bravery of thinking of others before oneself.
[11:02.17]Now, your father has never brandished a sword nor fired a pistol, thank heavens.
[11:09.17]But he's made many sacrifices for his family...
[11:13.05]and put away many dreams.
[11:16.05]Where did he put them?
[11:18.81]He put them in a drawer.
[11:21.13]And sometimes, late at night, we take them out and admire them.
[11:27.65]But it gets harder and harder to close the drawer.
[11:36.45]And that is why he is brave.
[11:42.37]And remember, every cloud has a silver lining.
[11:44.61]Oh. Oh. No, it's snowing.
[11:48.13]Oh, we'll catch our death. Better death than gossip.
[11:51.01]You will enter that drawing room with your head held high.
[13:24.73](Bell Jingling) Three!
[13:33.09](High-pitched Scream) Come here, you!
[13:36.69]I got you.
[13:40.77]- (Shouts) - (Shrieking)
[15:03.41]Boy, why are you crying? (Gasps)
[15:05.81]You can fly!
[15:24.53]What is your name? What is your name?
[15:26.97]Wendy Moira Angela Darling.
[15:32.17]Where do you live?
[15:34.21]Second to the right and then straight on till morning. (Gasps)
[15:38.09]They put that on the letters? Don't get any letters.
[15:40.65]But your mother gets letters. Don't have a mother.
[15:45.01]No wonder you were crying. I wasn't crying about mothers.
[15:48.93]I was crying because I can't get the shadow to stick.
[15:52.89]And I wasn't crying!
[16:02.01]I could sew it on for you.
[16:14.37]This may hurt a little.
[16:24.09]- (Loud Groan) - Might I borrow your knife?
[16:38.17]- Thank you. - (Mimicking, Growls)
[16:54.09]- Oh, the cleverness of me! - Of course, I did nothing.
[16:58.09]Aw, you did a little. A little?
[17:14.89]One girl is worth more than 20 boys.
[17:17.73]You really think so?
[17:20.09]I live with boys... the Lost Boys. They are well named.
[17:24.29](Gasps) Who are they?
[17:26.89]Children who fall out of their prams when the nurse is not looking.
[17:29.69]If they are not claimed in seven days, they are sent to the Neverland.
[17:32.37]- Are there girls too? - Girls are much too clever to fall out of their prams.
[17:36.85]Peter, it is perfectly lovely the way you talk about girls.
[17:44.33]I should like to give you...
[17:51.49]Don't you know what a kiss is?
[17:54.29]I shall know when you give me one.
[18:08.41]I suppose I'm to give you one now.
[18:10.61]If you like.
[18:38.05]How old are you, peter? Quite young.
[18:40.69]- Don't you know? - I ran away.
[18:44.49]One night, I heard my mother and father talking of what I was to be when I became a man.
[18:51.45]So I ran away to kensington Gardens and I met Tink. (Squealing)
[18:55.41]- Tink? - Tinker Bell.
[18:58.41]She's my fairy.
[19:00.33]- But there's no such thing as... - Don't say that.
[19:05.49]Every time somebody says that, a fairy somewhere falls down dead.
[19:09.17]And I shall never find her if she's dead.
[19:11.77]You don't mean to tell me there's a fairy in this room.
[19:15.57]We come to listen to the stories. (Grunts)
[19:18.33]I like the one about the prince who couldn't find the lady who wore glass slippers.
[19:25.17]Peter, he found her and they... and they...
[19:32.53]lived happily ever after.
[19:35.85]I knew it. Peter.
[19:40.93]I should like to give you...
[19:57.17]- (Screaming) - Tink!
[20:02.45]Tink! Tink, no!
[20:10.25]She's not very polite.
[20:14.21]She says if you try to give me a thimble again,
[20:19.49]she'll kill you. Oh.
[20:22.37]And I had supposed fairies to be charming. (Blows Raspberry)
[20:27.29]Peter, don't go. I have to tell the others about Cinderella.
[20:30.93]- But I know lots of stories, stories I could tell the boys. - Come with me.
[20:35.73]L... I cannot fly. I'll teach you.
[20:39.25]I'll teach you to ride the wind's back. And away we go.
[20:45.41]Could John and Michael come too?
[20:55.65]- Michael! Michael! - (Grunts)
[20:58.45]- John! John! - I didn't do it.
[21:01.49]There is a boy here who is to teach us to fly.
[21:05.17]You offend reason, sir.
[21:21.89]I should like to offend it with you.
[21:23.69]You just think happy thoughts, and they lift you into the air. (Chuckles)
[21:33.77]I've got it! I've got it!
[21:37.25]Swords, daggers, Napoleon!
[21:41.21]- (Wendy) Stand back. - Yahoo!
[21:49.21]- (Groans) - (Laughing)
[21:54.17](Gasps) Wendy! Wendy! Watch me!
[21:57.49]Puddings, mud pies, ice cream, never to take a bath again!
[22:02.17](Screaming) (Wendy) Michael!
[22:31.21]Come away. Come away to Neverland.
[22:35.05]Oh. What about Mother?
[22:42.57]- There are mermaids. - Mermaids?
[22:44.81]Indians! (Both) Indians?
[22:47.29]- Pirates! - (Both) Pirates?
[22:53.57]John, wait for me!
[23:11.01]May I introduce my wife...
[23:17.89]Delighted. Thank you, Sir Edward.
[23:22.21]- (Guests Gasping) - (Gasps)
[23:47.21]Forget them, Wendy. Forget them all.
[23:51.57]Come with me where you'll never, never have to worry about grown-up things again.
[23:58.01]What is it? What's wrong?
[24:03.49]Never is an awfully long time.
[24:11.33](Narrator) It would be delightful to report that they reached the nursery in time.
[24:18.57]But then there would be no story.
[24:22.17](Michael, John Shouting)
[24:40.89](Woman) But you're covered in dog hair, my darling.
[24:43.49]- (Peter) Hello, old chap. - (Wendy) Good evening.
[24:47.33](John) Thank you.
[25:08.25]Who are you?
[25:15.69]Take hold of this. Ta-da!
[25:27.37](John Shouting) Pass it on.
[25:29.89]Michael, take hold of my ankle.
[25:33.17]Wendy, take hold of my ankle!
[25:36.41]And whatever happens, don't... let...
[25:39.73]go! (All Screaming)
[26:38.21](Men) ? Lying, thieving a life of sin?
[26:40.81]? Apirating we go?
[26:43.85]? We're sure to meet below?
[26:47.49]? Fire the cannons pour the rum?
[26:50.73]? Deal the cards For night has come?
[26:54.01]? A pirating we go??
[27:43.21]Cap'n? As I was sitting wide-eyed on my watch,
[27:47.61]I noticed it was wintertime on the water and springtime on the shore.
[27:51.05]I says to meself, "That's early for spring to be astir.
[27:54.17]Spring's not due till 3:00 p.m."
[27:56.41]Check the time yourself, Cap'n, and then tell...
[28:09.33]I was dreaming, Smee, of pan.
[28:16.21]And in my dream,
[28:18.97]I was a magnanimous fellow...
[28:23.53]full of forgiveness.
[28:27.01]I thanked pan...
[28:29.05]for cutting off my hand...
[28:31.21]and for giving me this fine hook...
[28:34.17]for disemboweling and ripping throats...
[28:39.05]and other such homely uses...
[28:42.41]as combing my hair.
[28:47.61]So, pan did you a favor then, Cap'n? A favor?
[28:53.09]He threw my hand to a crocodile.
[28:56.41]The beast liked it so much, it's followed me ever since,
[29:00.05]licking its lips for the rest of me.
[29:02.77](Shouting) You call that a favor?
[29:05.33]No. No. No. No.
[29:12.89]Thank you. Thank Lucifer the beast swallowed a clock.
[29:17.21]If it wasn't for the ticking, it'd have had me by now.
[29:21.21](Groans) Why did you wake me, Smee?
[29:25.77]Like I said, Cap'n, the ice is melting.
[29:29.93]The sun is out. And the flowers are all in bloom.
[29:55.77]She must do 12 knots under full sail.
[30:03.77](Gasps) Noodler, with his hands on backwards!
[30:06.37]BillJukes! Every inch of him tattooed.
[30:18.61](Whispering) Let's take a closer look.
[30:22.65]Yahoo! (Wendy) Peter!
[30:33.05](John) Whoa! My hat!
[30:35.09]Ugly Smee! Ugly, fat Smee!
[30:37.61](Squawks) Solar eclipse.
[30:40.13]Dark in here. Let me out. Let me out!
[30:42.25](Squawks) Can't see.
[30:45.45]Dark in here. Candle.
[30:48.49]I need candle. Help! Help!
[30:57.89]Fetch Long Tom.
[31:06.89]- Help! Help! - (Laughing)
[31:13.69](Grunts) (John, Michael Screaming)
[31:20.53]Tink, find Wendy. Leave the rest to me.
[31:26.69]Oh, Captain Hook!
[31:31.53]Stay with him! You can't catch me.
[31:34.97]Over here! Fire!
[31:46.65]Michael, are you shot?
[31:48.65]I haven't checked yet! But there's something worser!
[31:52.09]Oh, what could be worse?
[31:54.41]My thoughts aren't very happy!
[32:01.97]Happy thoughts. What would Mom and Dad do?
[32:05.41]Napoleon! (Hook) Damnation!
[32:09.41]Reload the cannon! Quickly!
[32:12.61]Reload the cannon? But, Cap'n, he is gone. (Hook Piercing Flesh)
[32:18.33]Any other contributions?
[32:21.09]Search the jungle! Bring me those children!
[32:24.25](Boy) What is it? (Boy #2) It's a large white bird.
[32:27.45]Quite ugly too. No! Give me it!
[32:29.77]When peter's away, I'm in charge!
[32:32.33]I get to look through the telescope.
[32:34.65]It's coming closer. (Squeals)
[32:36.81](Gasps) My God, I've gone blind! (Laughing)
[32:40.41](Mimicking) I'm blind. I've gone blind. I'm blind.
[32:42.53]Hello, Tink. Where's peter?
[32:44.81](Both) Hello, Tink. She's blinded me!
[32:47.09]Hello, Tink. Hello, Tink.
[32:49.13]- Any more news of Cinderella? - (Chatters)
[32:55.41](Narrator) Now, Tinker Bell was not all bad.
[32:57.85]Sometimes she was all good.
[33:00.33]But fairies are so small they only have room for one feeling at a time.
[33:03.73]Tink says the bird's called a..."Wendy."
[33:08.09]And peter wants us to... (Gasps)
[33:15.77]Oh, peter! Oh!
[33:18.13]Shoot it down.
[33:23.13]Well, we have our orders. Shoot the Wendy bird.
[33:26.01](All) Aye, aye!
[33:30.49]- (Gasps) - Fire!
[33:45.93]I got it. I got it!
[34:03.17]That is no bird.
[34:06.81]It is a lady. (Both) And Tootles...
[34:10.73](All) Tootles has killed her.
[34:13.41]Ha! I'm back! Great news. I know what happened to Cinderella.
[34:17.33]She defeated the pirates. There was stabbing, slicing, torturing, bleeding...
[34:22.29]and they lived happily ever after.
[34:24.77]Well, that's a relief, I must say. Greater news!
[34:28.77]I have brought you she that told of Cinderella. She is to tell us stories!
[34:41.57]Awful. Good shot, though.
[35:14.41]- The Wendy lives! - (Screams)
[35:26.77]It's my kiss.
[35:29.61]My kiss saved her.
[35:32.17]I remember kisses.
[35:35.01]Let me see it.
[35:38.37]Aye, that is a kiss. A powerful thing.
[35:42.57]Let us carry her down to the house.
[35:50.01]They're a bit dirty.
[35:52.01]She must stay here and die.
[35:54.13]No! Oh, how could I have thought that? Stupid.
[36:01.49]We shall build a house around her.
[36:03.97](All Cheering, Chattering) With a chimney!
[36:06.21]And a door knocker! And windows!
[36:16.09](Both Whispering) Tink did it.
[36:24.69]Tinker Bell? Oh, Tinker Bell? (Squeaks)
[36:33.25]- Was it you, Tink? - Hallelujah. Hallelujah.
[36:42.29]Then I am your friend no more.
[37:14.05]First impressions are very, very important. (Hammering)
[37:17.85]Here she is. Look loveable.
[37:23.13]Wendy lady, for you we built this house with a door knocker.
[37:28.29]And a chimney. One, two, three.
[37:30.61](All) Please be our mother.
[37:38.57]Well, it is frightfully fascinating.
[37:42.01]But, you see, I've had no real experience.
[37:46.17]Do you tell stories? Yes.
[37:49.01]Then you're perfect. Very well.
[37:52.21]- I will do my best. - Hooray!
[37:55.29](All Chattering At Once) Sorry about the blindfold.
[37:58.97]We must be cautious. There are some nasty characters about.
[38:01.89]If Hook discovers our hideout, he'll gut us.
[38:04.17]How dreadful! Oh, we live for it!
[38:11.05]But l... Time to meet Father, Mother.
[38:15.57]So looking forward to being your son.
[38:29.17]Discipline. That's what fathers believe in.
[38:31.93]You must spank the children immediately before they try to kill you again.
[38:36.57]In fact, we should kill them.
[38:42.81](Shouting) (All Screaming)
[38:49.37]I agree that they are perfectly horrid,
[38:52.77]but kill them and they shall think themselves important.
[38:57.05]So important. And unique.
[38:59.49]I suggest something...
[39:03.45]far more dreadful.
[39:10.65]It's the most beastly, disgusting stuff.
[39:15.93]The sticky, sweet kind.
[39:19.33](All) Kill us, please! Kill us, please!
[39:22.09]Littlest first. Michael?
[39:26.69]- Michael. John. My brothers! - Who?
[39:52.73](Echoing) Hello? Hello? Hello?
[40:04.69]It's louder from inside this rock.
[40:08.97]How very peculiar.
[40:21.53]- (Roaring) - (Screaming)
[40:24.45](John) Happy thoughts! Swords, daggers, Napoleon!
[40:35.49]John, there's something worser.
[40:53.09]Princess Tiger Lily.
[41:00.05]We search as ever for Peter Pan...
[41:03.77]and his secret hideout.
[41:07.77]Luckily, two boys of his acquaintance...
[41:09.81]were seen falling into this part of thejungle.
[41:14.49]Have you seen them?
[41:16.49](Speaking Foreign Language)
[41:30.85]She says, "Sorry, but, no."
[41:37.17]My Hook thinks you have, princess.
[41:41.81]I say, unhand that savage, you...
[41:45.53]you... you savage!
[41:50.45](Narrator) Now, mermaids are not as they are in storybooks.
[41:53.85]They are dark creatures...
[41:56.21]in touch with all things mysterious.
[42:01.33]If Hook had captured Wendy's brothers,
[42:04.13]the mermaids would know.
[42:07.01]Oh, how sweet.
[42:12.17]Are mermaids not sweet?
[42:15.53]They'll sweetly drown you if you get too close.
[42:45.09]- (Hisses) - (Screeches)
[42:51.37]Hook has your brothers at the Black Castle.
[43:18.33]Like all surprise attacks, it must be conducted...
[43:24.49]Put the children on the rock.
[43:31.45]Sorry, Your Highness. Any last words?
[43:34.97]Beg for your lives.
[43:37.69]Sirs! My brother and I are English gentlemen.
[43:42.53]English gentlemen do not beg.
[43:48.25]Please! Please! Please don't kill us!
[43:51.33]Please don't kill me, either. I've never done anything...
[43:54.65]Aah! It's cold! It's cold!
[44:00.21](Michael) Help! Come on. Fly to the rescue,
[44:03.41]and then I'll shoot you right through your noble intentions.
[44:10.81]I brought these. Can you use it?
[44:24.49]Promise me one thing. Leave Hook to me.
[44:31.77]- Wait here for my signal. - Wait here?
[44:52.17](Narrator) Thus Wendy first laid eyes on the dark figure who haunted her stories.
[44:57.65]She saw the piercing eyes and was not afraid,
[45:04.13](Men) ? We're sure to meet below?
[45:08.61](Hook) Mr. Smee?
[45:12.29]That you, Cap'n? Brimstone and gall, man.
[45:15.41]What do you think you're doing?
[45:18.29]Well, we've put the children on the rope, Cap'n, like you said.
[45:21.33]Set 'em free! Set 'em free?
[45:25.05]- Well, what about your trap? - Set them free, or I'll plunge my hook in you.
[45:49.65]I don't know what he wants with 'em. I'm just a blithering idiot, aren't I?
[45:53.29]Chain 'em up. Let 'em go.
[45:57.53]- And take your cat with ya. - (Door Opens)
[46:03.61](Whispering In Foreign Language)
[46:10.61]Mr. Smee? Aye, Cap'n?
[46:13.01]- Any sign of him? - No, Cap'n.
[46:16.73]Where are the children?
[46:19.09]It's all right, Cap'n. We let 'em go.
[46:23.81]We let 'em go.
[46:27.21]- (Chuckling) - (Both Laughing)
[46:37.41]You... let... them... go.
[46:53.01]- (Hook's Voice) Mr. Smee! - (Screaming)
[46:55.97]Who are you, stranger?
[46:58.85]I am James Hook, captain of the Jolly Roger.
[47:02.81]If you are Hook, then who am I?
[47:07.49]You are a codfish.
[47:14.93]Tell me, Hook, have you another name?
[47:23.25]- Vegetable? - No.
[47:26.49]- Mineral? - No.
[47:31.33]- Man? - (Own Voice) No!
[47:34.69]- Boy? - Yes!
[47:37.33]- Ordinary boy? - No!
[47:39.81]- Wonderful boy? - Yes! Do you give up?
[47:43.37]- Yes! - I am...
[47:45.49]- History. - Peter, look out!
[47:56.61]There he is!
[47:58.89]It is your requiem mass, boy.
[48:05.29]Ready to lose the other one? Not this time.
[48:24.41]Ooh-ooh, girlie. (Chuckles)
[48:28.09](Screams) Who be you to call me girlie?
[48:36.97]- (Peter Laughing) - Ow.
[48:39.89](Michael) Open the gate!
[48:42.81]- (Shouting) - (Screams)
[49:19.17]If I were you, I'd give up.
[49:21.73]If you were me, I'd be ugly.
[49:53.57](John) Get the boat!
[49:56.49]- (All Shouting) - (Screaming)
[50:19.25]Turn the boat around.
[50:22.21]Turn it around!
[50:33.45]And now, peter pan,
[50:37.09]you shall die.
[50:45.65]To die will be an awfully big adventure.
[50:54.09](Ticking) Oh, no.
[51:06.01]- Shoot it! - (Men Shouting)
[51:40.33]It's all a bit tragic, really, isn't it?
[51:47.09]?? (Woman Chanting) ?? (Drum Beating)
[52:04.32](Boy) The warrior is wounded.
[52:06.44]She is calling forth the spirit of the eagle to heal the warrior.
[52:11.28]It's so impressive.
[52:15.84]The warrior is healed.
[52:34.64]- (Man Shouts In Foreign Language) - (All Shout)
[55:08.84]He has found himself a...
[55:20.56]And Hook is all alone.
[55:24.04]Me too. You too?
[55:27.84]Banished? Tsk, tsk. The dog.
[55:36.28](Chatters) I think you and I...
[55:53.76]It's only make-believe, isn't it?
[55:58.88]That you and I are...
[56:13.48]You see, it would make me seem so old to be a real father.
[56:24.44]what are your real feelings? Feelings?
[56:28.52]What do you feel?
[56:39.36]- Anger. - (Branch Snaps)
[56:52.92]- Love? - Love.
[56:55.60]I have never heard of it.
[56:58.16]I think you have, pe