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(1953)

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Sex & Nudity

  • A seagull uses Hook's face towel for her nest while Mr. Smee is preparing to shave the pirate. Smee mistakes the seagull's rear end for the captain's chin, shaves the feathers off, and the seagull's bare bottom is exposed. The seagull is upset and embarrassed by her loss of feathers and she flies away crying.
  • Two of the mermaids are topless but their breasts are covered with their hair.
  • In one scene, Tinker Bell stands on a mirror and is upset by the size of her hips, which she measures. After a short while, she gets locked inside a cabinet and she is shown trying to get out from the rear. Her panties are briefly seen while she is getting out.

Violence & Gore

  • We hear Captain Hook shoot a singing man.
  • Tinkerbell gets the lost boys to shoot Wendy with their artillery weapons misses but Wendy almost falls to her death and is saved in the nick of time by Peter Pan. Peter Pan accuses Tinkerbell of attempted murder and banishes her for a week.
  • Captain Hook shoots an annoying singing pirate on the mast with his pistol and kills him off screen.
  • Captain Hook fires his cannon at Peter Pan but misses each time.
  • George trips and slides on a wagon toy and crashes into the dresser drawer.
  • Peter Pan and Captain Hook are seen dueling with their sword and dagger.
  • Mr. Smee is bullied and threatened by the pirates knife at his throat. The pirates throw the knives at Mr. Smee but they miss him.
  • There is cartoon action

Profanity

  • Some outdated Native American Indian stereotypes may be offensive to some viewers. Some derogatory terms are used.
  • Some name calling but no cussing as this is a Disney cartoon

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • It is imlpied that Captain Hook drinks but only Mr. Smee drinks on screen and is shown drunk but only in one scene. Captain Hook is shown smoking. In one scene the Lost Boys are shown smoking a peace pipe with the Indian Tribe.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The song "your mother and mine" can be a real tear jerker.
  • The scene where Captain Hook gets brutally attacked and chased by the crocodile may be scary for viewers and for those who were actually attacked by the crocodile in real life.
  • Suggested MPAA rating: Rated PG for some violence, disturbing scenes, smoking scenes, alcohol use, mild peril, mild nudity, mild suggestive themes, time bomb scene.

Spoilers

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Violence & Gore

  • Captain Hook gifts Peter Pan a bomb, which explodes and causes destruction. No one is hurt.
  • A bomb explodes, destroying the lost boy's place.
  • The Lost boys, Wendy, John and Michael fight the pirates with their weapons on top of the mast, Michael whacks the pirate with the cannon inside his teddy bear.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The terrorist scene where Captain Hook quietly plants a time bomb package in Peter Pan's hideout and then the package blows may be upsetting to those who experienced a real life event, no one got hurt but Peter Pans hideout is in ruins. This movie many be considered controversial today due to the time bomb scene featured in the movie.

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