Once in search of own shade Peter gets to London of our world and becomes the friend of little Wendy and her brothers Michael and John. He takes new friends with itself in Somewhere There, to meet the staggering adventures.
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Series cast summary:
Noriko Hidaka ...
 Peter Pan 41 episodes, 1989
Naoko Matsui ...
Kyôko Hamura ...
Yuriko Fuchizaki ...
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 Tinkerbell 41 episodes, 1989
Yûko Mitsuda ...
Kazue Ikura ...
Hiroko Edô ...
 Slightly 41 episodes, 1989
Maria Kawamura ...
 Luna / ... 41 episodes, 1989
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 Darkness 41 episodes, 1989
Chikao Ohtsuka ...
 Captain Hook 41 episodes, 1989
Ken'ichi Ogata ...
 Seaman Smee 41 episodes, 1989
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Once in search of own shade Peter gets to London of our world and becomes the friend of little Wendy and her brothers Michael and John. He takes new friends with itself in Somewhere There, to meet the staggering adventures.

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The best art design in a series
25 June 2008 | by (Mexico) – See all my reviews

This series may look a little coarse and lacking of definition in many aspects, but it woks perfectly according to the narrative, the animation and action in every episode.

On the other hand: the backgrounds and the art design are impressive; one of the best works I've ever watched on a TV animated series.

The moments of drama, fun and action create a perfect mixture that brings on a perfect timing for high levels of entertainment.

Even there is an approaching to the romantic vein.

I watched it translated to Spanish (great job, by the way)so I think the original language is not so adapted. Some characters appear a little weird speaking in Japanese.


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