On the 5th February 1953, Walt Disney delighted children and adults all over the world with his latest animated classic. Peter Pan, the tale of the boy who never grew up was originally written by Scottish playwright J.M. Barrie as a tale for the stage. Due to its unexpected but natural popular appeal, the enchanting story of love, family, loyalty, and growing up was soon after adapted by Barrie into the form of a novel.
Blending all of the fairytale ingredients that concoct to create a truly imaginative story, Barrie writes of native American Indians, mermaids, pirates, fairies, the Lost Boys, and the three Darling children who fly to Neverland to experience its adventures in all their wonder….