Given that, it was abundantly clear that NBC was going to star-cast the lead in Peter Pan with a famous person.
A letter from Gaziantep, who are the protestors in Ferguson and Mary Martin and Peter Pan.
He is not party to a Peter Pan complex that dominated the American menswear industry for no short amount of time.
We know this process well through Disney films aimed at children: Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland, Mowgli.
In 1950, Peter Pan Records released an audio version of the story with the racially neutral title Little Brave Sambo.
I have seen Peter Pan, and I like wings, and angel cake, very much indeed.
With Peter Pan for company, Sophie waited on the porch for the recreant pair.
I wouldn't be surprised if some little child over there is playing Peter Pan!
I want Peter Pan, who first gave the brute its taste for me.'
Peter Pan held Wendy's hand, and away they floated into the dark blue depths of the starry night.
name of boy-hero in J.M. Barrie's play "Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up" (1904). Used allusively for an immature adult man from 1914 (by G.B. Shaw, in reference to the Kaiser).
(1904) A play by the Scottish author James Matthew Barrie about a boy who lives in Neverland, better known as Never-Never Land, a country where no child ever grows up. Peter brings the three children of the Darling family from London to Never-Never Land; they eventually decide not to stay, but Wendy, the eldest, promises to return every spring. Peter is assisted by his guardian fairy, Tinker Bell, and in the play he defeats his enemy, the pirate Captain Hook.