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Peter Pan, Peter Pan 2: Return to never land 2DVD Pán Péter, Pán Péter: Visszatérés Sohaországba / Directed by Robin Budd, Donovan Cook / Starring: Harriet Owen, Blayne Weaver, Corey Burton

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Peter Pan, Peter Pan 2: Return to never land 2DVD Pán Péter, Pán Péter: Visszatérés Sohaországba / Directed by Robin Budd, Donovan Cook / Starring: Harriet Owen, Blayne Weaver, Corey Burton

UPC 5996514017595



AUDIO: English 5.1, Hungarian 5.1

SUBTITLES: English, Hungarian, English HOH

Runtime: 74+70 minutes (2 DISCS)



English Summary

Peter Pan is a 1953 American animated adventure fantasy film produced by Walt Disney Productions and based on the 1904 play Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up by J. M. Barrie. Directed by Clyde Geronimi, Hamilton Luske and Wilfred Jackson, it is the 14th Disney animated feature film. Starring the voices of Bobby Driscoll, Kathryn Beaumont, Hans Conried, Paul Collins, Heather Angel, and Bill Thompson, the film's plot involves a group of children who meet Peter Pan and travel to the island of Never Land to stay young, where Peter also attempts to evade Captain Hook.

In Edwardian London, George and Mary Darling's preparations to attend a party are disrupted by the antics of their boys, John and Michael, who are acting out a Peter Pan story told them by their elder sister Wendy. An irritated George demands that Wendy drop the stories and move out of the nursery, since "sooner or later, people have to grow up". Later that night, Peter himself arrives in the nursery to find his lost shadow. He persuades Wendy to come to Neverland, where she will never have to grow up, and she and the boys fly there with the begrudging help of the pixie Tinker Bell.

A ship of pirates is anchored off Neverland, led by Captain Hook and his first mate, Mr. Smee. Hook wants revenge on Peter for cutting off his hand, but fears the crocodile which consumed the hand, knowing it is eager to eat the rest of him. When Pan and the Darlings arrive, Hook shoots at them with a cannon, and Peter sends the Darlings off to safety while he baits the pirates. Tinker Bell, who is jealous of Pan's attention to Wendy, convinces the Lost Boys that Pan has ordered them to shoot down Wendy. Tinker Bell's treachery is soon found out, and Peter banishes her. John and Michael set off with the Lost Boys to find the island's Native Americans; however, the Natives capture the group, believing them to be responsible for taking the chief's daughter, Tiger Lily.


  • Bobby Driscoll as Peter Pan, a boy who refuses to grow up. He is cocky, commanding, and insensitive at times, but also deeply caring, especially when it comes to Tinker Bell's safety. He finds enjoyment in fighting Captain Hook and was responsible for the loss of Hook's left hand. He was modeled by Roland Dupree.
  • Tinker Bell: a hot-headed, nonspeaking pixie/fairy and Peter Pan's closest friend, who grows jealous of Wendy and Peter's relationship, although Peter assures her that he loves her the most. Her movements were modeled on Margaret Kerry.
  • Kathryn Beaumont as Wendy Darling, at age 12 the eldest and most mature of the Darling children, who adores Peter Pan. Naive but wise, she has a mothering instinct that appeals to her brothers and the Lost Boys, desires the best for everyone, and holds no grudges against other girls interested in Peter.
  • Paul Collins as John Darling, at age 8 the older of the two Darling boys. He acts very sophisticated and maturely for his age and is an analytical thinker and skilled strategist. He wears large, black glasses and is tall and slim. All the Darling children wear their nightgowns to Never Land, but he also takes a black top hat and an umbrella with him, showing exaggerated maturity.
  • Tommy Luske as Michael Darling, at age 4 the youngest and most sensitive, clumsy, and playful of the three Darling children. He carries a teddy bear with him to Never Land.
  • Heather Angel as Mary Darling, the Darling children's sage and kind mother. She is much calmer and more understanding of her daughter's stories than her husband, even though she takes them with a pinch of salt.
  • Nana: the Darlings' nursemaid, a St. Bernard dog (originally a Newfoundland dog). She is able to take care of the Darling children as well as any human nursemaid can. She is very efficient at her work, and possesses much tolerance for the children's messes. She only barks and is musically represented by the bassoon.
  • Hans Conried as Captain Hook, a pirate captain who seeks revenge on Pan for having his left hand chopped off and fed to the Crocodile in a battle. He is a dangerous villain, though completely dependent on his personal assistant, Mr. Smee, and very childish in his fear of the crocodile.Bill Thompson as Mr. Smee, Hook's first mate, personal assistant, and comic relief. His fellow crewmen (also voiced by Thompson) tease him into trying to convince Hook to give up the search for Peter Pan.
    • In keeping the tradition of the stage play, Conried also voices George Darling, the Darling children's moody, dramatic, practical, but ultimately gentle father. He is at first frustrated by Wendy telling the boys imaginary tales about Peter Pan, dismissing them as immature, but later changes his mind.
  • The Crocodile: A crocodile who swallowed an alarm clock and is after the remains of Hook. Pan had cut off Hook's hand and thrown it to the Crocodile, causing it to acquire a taste for Hook and thus follow him ever since. Its character was later known as Tick-Tock the Croc.
  • The Lost Boys: Pan's right-hand boys, dressed as various animals. Their names are Slightly (fox costume; voiced by Stuffy Singer), Cubby (bear costume; voiced by Robert Ellis), Nibs (rabbit costume; voiced by Jeffrey Silver), Tootles (skunk costume; never speaks) and the Twins (raccoon costumes; voiced by Johnny McGovern). Their origin remains a mystery, though they claim to have once had mothers of their own. They are very savage boys who get into fights easily with each other, but when they have a common goal to attain, they act as one. Tony Butala provides their singing voices.
  • June Foray, Connie Hilton, Karen Kester, and Margaret Kerry as the mermaids, Peter's friends who are very interested in his heroic stories of himself. They are resentful of Wendy and easily frightened by Captain Hook. The mermaids appear to be in their mid-teens, with very womanly exposed bodies, resembling women in two-part bathing suits.
  • Tiger Lily is the Native American Chief's daughter, who, like most women on the island, is attracted to Peter. She does not speak save to call for help, and her voice is uncredited.
  • Candy Candido as the fierce-looking but well-meaning Chief of the Native Americans. He and his people have fought the Lost Boys on many previous occasions with mixed victories.
  • June Foray as the Native American Squaw, who orders Wendy to get firewood while everyone else celebrates Peter Pan's honor from the tribe. She resembles the Queen of Hearts from Disney's 1951 animated film Alice in Wonderland.
  • Tom Conway as the narrator, whose voice is heard only at the beginning of the film.
  • The Mellomen (Thurl Ravenscroft, Bill Lee, Bob Stevens and Max Smith) as the pirate and Native American choruses.


Return to Never Land (also known as Peter Pan in: Return to Never Land and later retitled Peter Pan II: Return to Never Land on current home video release) is a 2002 American animated adventure fantasy film produced by Disney MovieToons and Walt Disney Television Animation. A sequel to Walt Disney Feature Animation's 1953 film Peter Pan (in turn based on J. M. Barrie's 1904 stage play Peter Pan; or, the Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up), the film follows Wendy's daughter who refuses to believe in her mother's story during the Blitz in London, only to be mistakenly brought to Neverland by the pirates. In order for her to get home, she meets Peter Pan, Tinker Bell and the Lost Boys who encourage her to fly and make her believe. The film stars the voices of Harriet Owen, Blayne Weaver, Corey Burton, Jeff Bennett, Kath Soucie, Spencer Breslin, and Bradley Pierce.

Many decades after the events of the first film, Wendy Darling is now grown up, married to a man named Edward, and has two children, Jane and Danny. With World War II raging, Edward leaves his family to fight, leaving Wendy to take care of the children. Jane becomes a very serious girl and, unlike her younger brother, refuses to believe in stories about Peter Pan and Neverland, referring to them as "poppycock". This ultimately leads to a furious argument with her mother and brother.

One evening, Wendy tells Jane and Danny that all the children in London will soon be evacuated to the countryside for their safety due to Nazi Germany's bombing of the city by the Luftwaffe. Later that evening, Peter's arch-nemesis, Captain Hook, and his pirate crew arrive on his pixie-dust enchanted ship and kidnaps Jane, mistaking her for Wendy, and takes her to Neverland, where they plan to feed Jane to an octopus in order to lure Peter into a trap. However, Peter rescues Jane, and Hook escapes from the disgruntled octopus, returning to the ship. After Peter learns that Jane is Wendy's daughter, he takes her to his hideout to be the mother of the Lost Boys as Wendy once was, but Jane refuses. The following day, as the boys fail to teach Jane about flying, she angrily snaps at them and proclaims her disbelief in fairies, causing Tinker Bell to not fly and her light starts to fade. This gives Hook an idea to lure Jane to him, and then kidnap Peter.


Hungarian Summary

Pán Péter egy repülő kisfiú, aki nem akar felnőni. Barátja Wendy Londonban élt egy emeletes házban a mamájával, a papájával és két kisöccsével, Johnnal és Michaellel. Mesébe illő históriák kezdődnek, amikor Pán Péter meglátogatja a három londoni gyereket, és elviszi őket a hírhedt Sohaországba, ahol a gyerekek soha nem nőnek fel, mindig gyerekek maradnak. Csingiling, a kis tündér és egy kis úgynevezett tündérpor segítségével a korábban emeletes házakban lakó testvérek megtanulnak repülni, és segítenek Pán Péternek, hogy legyőzze ősellenségét, a hatalomra éhes és rosszakaratú Hook kapitányt. A történet végén a kis hősök természetesen győzedelmeskednek a gonosz fölött.


Pán Péter 2 Visszatérés Sohaországba

Még több varázs. Még több kaland.
Még több tündérpor.

Walt Disney klasszikus meséje, a Pán Péter: Visszatérés Sohaországba a varázslat és a képzelőerő pazar elegye - amihez természetesen jó adag tündérporra is szükség van!

Tarts te is Csingilinggel, Pán Péterrel, az Elveszett Fiúkkal, és ismerkedj meg Jane-nel, Wendy talpraesett lányával, aki már kinőtt anyja kalózos-tündéres meséiből. Legalábbis addig, amíg a gonosz Hook kapitány el nem rabolja őt, hogy magával hurcolja Sohaországba...

A ravasz kalóz Pán Péternek és Csingilingnek akar csapdát állítani. A pici szárnyas lény fénye máris gyorsan halványulni kezd, mivel Jane nem hisz a tündérekben. Péter és Csingiling sorsa immár Jane, az első és egyetlen Elveszett Lány kezében van, csak ő mentheti meg őket, ám ehhez meg kell tanulnia hinni, bízni és be kell vetnie a tündérpor varázsát is.

Az elbűvölő, kalandokkal teli rajzfilmben a kampókezű kalóz ismét összeméri erejét Pán Péterrel, Csingilinggel és új barátaikkal!




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