James M. Barrie's story of the boy who never grew up is so beloved it has been told and retold numerous times on stage and in films. Now, Walt Disney's 1953 version of "Peter Pan" has been re-released just in time to celebrate the classic animated film's 60th anniversary.
Starting today, Walt Disney's "Peter Pan" soars to new heights with a new digital restoration and high definition picture and sound -- and is available for the first time on Blu-ray. The classic tale that taught us all "to believe" and first introduced us to the Darling children -- Wendy, John and Michael -- who flew with Peter Pan and Tinker Bell past the second star to the right and straight on ‘till morning to the enchanted world of Never Land.
The “Peter Pan” Diamond Edition Blu-ray Combo Pack (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy & Storybook App) is a must-own addition to everyone's home entertainment collection, filled with high-flying bonus features for all ages that includes -- the groundbreaking feature Disney Intermission, "Growing up with Nine Old Men" short film, never-before-seen Deleted Scenes and a never-before-heard Deleted Song.
“Peter Pan” is a timeless classic from Disney's Golden Age of animation. The film is one of three to boast all nine of Walt's famous “Nine Old Men” as Directing Animators, and is a revered audience favorite.
About "Peter Pan" Filmmakers & Cast:
"Peter Pan" was executive produced by Walt Disney ("Sleeping Beauty," "Snow White," "Alice in Wonderland") and directed by Clyde Geronimi ("101 Dalmatians," "Sleeping Beauty," "Lady and the Tramp"), Wilfred Jackson ("Lady and the Tramp," "Alice in Wonderland," "Cinderella") and Hamilton Luske ("101 Dalmatians," "Lady and the Tramp").
The characters were voiced by Bobby Driscoll as Peter Pan, Kathryn Beaumont as Wendy Darling, Paul Collins as John Darling, Tommy Luske as Michael Darling, Hans Conried as Captain Hook/Mr. Darling, Bill Thompson as Mr. Smee/Other Pirates, Heather Angel, and Tom Conway as the narrator.