21 Jan

Peter Pan Diamond Edition on Blu-Ray & DVD

Peter Pan DVD Cover
Your kids will be able to enjoy their favourite fairy, Tinkerbell, in her original performance, Peter Pan when the Diamond Edition hits store shelves on Blu-Ray and DVD on February 5th.
Here’s the Trailer:
It’s hard to believe, but this classic will be 60 years old on Feb 5th, 2013 !  Although Peter Pan and Tinkerbell have been in the LimeLight over the past years due to the popularity of the Tinkerbell movies, I have not seen the original movie for years and years and years (and maybe even longer).   Before sitting down to watch the movie, I explained a few things to Princess:
  • This was Tinkerbell’s first movie
  • Captian Hook and Mr. Smee are in the movie
  • Jake is not in the movie (then she asked “Is his ‘crew’ in the movie?” she’s so cute).

The first thing I noticed when watching the film, is how far cartoons have come in 60 years.  Cartoons look much different today than they did in the 50’s.  While I’m sure the movie is enhanced from it’s original version, it’s still not as crisp, clear and clean as the new movies made today.  But then again who is when they are 60?

Peter Pan

Peter Pan didn’t captivate Princess Tinkerbell Lover as much as I thought it would, it’s not like Jake and the Neverland Pirates.  We watched for a bit and then there were many distractions around to take her attention. The movie isn’t scary at all, however Captain Hook does use a few words that are acceptable in our home, such as idiot and there are some fighting scenes.   Despite the warnings before the movie, I think she was expecting Jake and the interactive show on Disney Junior.   At only 4, the movie might have been a little outside of her level of understanding.  The movie is about a boy who never grew up and well, she is a young girl that is not yet grown up.


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91 thoughts on “Peter Pan Diamond Edition on Blu-Ray & DVD

  1. I never wanted to grow up. Being the youngest of 5 kids I saw what happened when people grew up. They became boring and stressed all the time!

  2. I was sort of in-between of wanting to grow up and not wanting to get there too fast. I knew that there would be more responsibilities as one gets older.

  3. When I was a kid, I couldnt wait to grow up. But looking back, I miss the days of playing out side all day and being carefree.

  4. When I was a kid, I want to grow up as I want to make decisions on my own for a lot of things. But now, as a grown-up, I really want to go back to the days where I don’t have to make sure I have enough money to pay bills, the responsibilites that I have on my shoulders now and just to enjoy my day

  5. I thought it would magically happen overnight and someone would have to let me know when it did. I would look different.

  6. I couldn’t wait to grow up when I was small, always wanted to be big and get a job and have babies, now I wish I hadn’t wished all those days away so fast!

  7. i was always so excited to grow up! my father would tell me to enjoy my childhood days because they would go by fast! he was right! 🙂

  8. I couldn’t wait to grow up, now that I’m grown up I’d give anything to go back to my innocent childhood where I didn’t have a worry in the world.

  9. I couldnt wait to grow up and My Mom always said You’ll wish you didnt grow up so fast and of course she was right

  10. I’ve never really wanted to grow up. I’m pretty sure the first time I had that thought, it was thanks to Peter Pan (which was in my top 3 or so movies as a kid).

  11. Growing up has it’s advantages but looking back on it I’d rather be a kid still. There’s much less responsibility and you can do almost everything you want!

  12. There was a time I wanted to grow up quickly but then realized it was more fun just playing with my sisters and brothers. I think teen years was the scariest

  13. I was spoiled growing up. Imagine the only girl in a house full of boys. No hand me downs and my own room.

  14. LOL, sometimes I still feel like I need to grow up. I am just hanging on. 🙂 Guess that’s one way to manage. 🙂

    I guess I just want to be independent. Guess I made it.

  15. When I was a kid, I thought the time would never come when I’d finally grow up. Now that it has, it feels like it came too fast.

  16. For me, growing up was a mixed bag. There were definitely great times, and then there were those times I wish I was an adult. LOL But overall, life was much simpler when I was a kid. And sometimes I wish I could go back in time, and be a kid again. The time when I was a kid, was a once in a lifetime experience.

  17. couldn’t wait to grow up cause my younger siblings annoyed the heck out of me. Who was i to know that i would have my first child at 20? lol

  18. I would say my adult life was better than my child life so while I wasn’t sure what to look forward to, I am happy where I am and growing up was worth it.

  19. As a child I didn’t want to grow up and as strange as this may sound, I was afraid to grow up and I don’t know why I felt that way..lol

  20. I couldn’t wait to grow up! Now I wish I could have had a normal childhood. I had to grow up earlier than most kids due to bad things.

  21. I loved being a kid but I loved growing up too. I wasn’t in a hurry but I didn’t wish childhood would never end.

  22. I looked forward to it, but was not in a rush to get there. I enjoyed my childhood and having others take care of me. 🙂

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