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Peter Pan [WS] [DVD] [2003]

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Release Date:05/04/2004
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A fixture of stages worldwide since its London premiere over 100 years ago, the timeless tale of Peter Pan once again gets the big-screen treatment in this lavish release from Universal Studios. The film's letterboxed image is presented in 2.40:1 widescreen, so viewers won't miss a fraction of the action as our brave young hero faces off against the villainous Captain Hook. Audio is offered in both closed-captioned English Dolby Digital 5.1 and French Dolby Digital 5.1 with optional Spanish and French subtitles. For those looking for something a bit more from their DVDs, this disc also offers a slew of bonus features that are bound to entertain. After checking out some deleted scenes and an alternate ending in "The Darling House," viewers can "Board the Pirate Ship" and view some behind-the-scenes home movie footage from star Jason Isaacs. "Explore Neverland Forest" takes the adventurous viewer through the enchanted world of fairies, and after exploring the flying school training camp and the mysterious mermaids in "The Black Castle," "Dig into the Home Under the Ground" joins Dutchess Sarah Ferguson as she explores the origins of the story of Peter Pan.

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Visit the Darling House: Alternate ending (what happens when Wendy is all grown up) and deleted scenes (in the dog house with Mr. Darling)

Board the Pirate Ship - Through the eyes of Captain Hook: Jason Isaacs' behind-the-scenes home video footage; "The Lost Pirate Song" deleted tune

Explore the Neverland Forest: "Tinkerbell: Behind the Fairy Dust"; "I Do Believe in Fairies" - Inside the magical world of fairies

Enter the Black Castle: "Learning to Fly" - Go on set to the "Flying School" training camp; "Mermaids' Tale" - Behind the scenes with these mysterious mermaids

Dig Into the Home Under the Ground: "The Legacy of Pan" - Duchess Sarah Ferguson gives an insider's look at how the story of Peter Pan came to be