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Peter Pan was re-released on video for its 45th anniversary on March 3, 1998. When announced in October 1997, the video was slated to be available only for 45 days, thus returning to the Disney Vault on April 16, 1998. It was later released on DVD on November 23, 1999.


SynopsisEdit

Bursting with pixie dust, adventure and song, Disney's 14th animated masterpiece brings the timeless story of Peter Pan to magical life and reawakens the child in all of us.

The fantastical film begins when the hero of Wendy, John and Michael's bedtime stories - Peter Pan, the boy who refuses to grow up - returns to the nursery and invites them on a magical journey to Never Land. With the help of tinker Bell, his feisty sidekick, a dazzling shower of pixie dust and some happy thoughts, Peter teaches them to fly. Off they soar to an enchanted island filled with wonder and adventure. Before they know it, they're knee-deep in a high-flying battle with swashbuckling pirates, led by Peter's archenemy, Captain Hook - Whose time is nearly up against a ticktocking crocodile.

VHS SupplementsEdit

Video Creation date
1 Green warning screens September 1997
2 Walt Disney Company intro November 1997
3 Teaser trailer for Mulan November 1997
4 Video preview for The Little Mermaid November 1997
5 Video preview for Flubber
  • November 1997 (Version 1)
  • December 1997 (Version 2)
6 Trailer for The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars
  • January 1998 (Version 1)
  • February 1998 (Version 2)
7 Video preview for Melody Time January 1998
8 Feature Presentation January 1995
9 Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo September 1994
10 THX logo August 1995
11 Peter Pan (restored version) July 1992
12 You Can Fly: The Making of Peter Pan January 1998

Advertised on:Edit

  1. Old Yeller (1997 VHS)
  2. Alice in Wonderland (1997 VHS)
  3. The Jungle Book (1997 VHS)
  4. Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas (1997 VHS)
  5. George of the Jungle (VHS)
  6. Air Bud (VHS/DVD)
  7. Hercules (1998 VHS)
  8. Belle's Magical World (VHS)
  9. Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella (VHS)
  10. Oliver Twist (VHS)
  11. Rocketman (VHS)

In Other CountriesEdit

Country of origin Format Release date
UK VHS January 1998
Australia VHS May 29, 1998
South Korea DVD August 2000
Japan DVD April 20, 2001

Notice: Peter Pan is actually released on video in Australia in June 1998. As evidence, the preview for the film was seen on the Australian release of Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin.

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