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Tag Archives: peter pan
Another episode, another fractured fairy tale. As I believe I had mentioned last week, I love Peter Pan as a whole, so I was interested to see what they were going to do with Captain Hook. It’s added another layer … Continue reading
I’ve been a fan of director Gary Ross’ work since his directorial debut in Pleasantville (about a brother and sister transported to a television world of black and white and a powerful metaphor for discrimination in America). Ross started out … Continue reading
In part one of this week’s update we visited The Main Street Firehouse which has its firefighter badges back, Storybook Circus which is moving steadily toward a spring opening, and then the construction across from Peter Pan where new restrooms … Continue reading
The newest commercial for Disneyland’s Holiday season features children of the world flying in a Peter Pan style ship as they experience the Joy of It’s A Small World on the way to Disneyland. Or something like that. Fairly high … Continue reading