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Fantasy adventure starring Dustin Hoffman, Robin Williams, Julia Roberts, Bob Hoskins. Peter Banning - a workaholic lawyer - and his family spend Christmas in London with an old relative, Granny Wendy. The adults arrive home one evening to find that the children have vanished and a note has been left by Captain James Hook. With the help of a fairy named Tinkerbell, Peter sets off for Neverland to reclaim his children.
Director Steven Spielberg (1991)
See Films: pages 49-72 ****
Andrew Duncan's interview with Robin Williams is on page 16


Director: Steven Spielberg
Captain James Hook: Dustin Hoffman
Peter Banning/Peter Pan: Robin Williams
Tinkerbell: Julia Roberts
Smee: Bob Hoskins
Granny Wendy: Maggie Smith
Moira Banning: Caroline Goodall
Jack: Charlie Korsmo
Maggie: Amber Scott
Liza: Laurel Cronin
Inspector Good: Phil Collins
Tootles: Arthur Malet
Pockets: Isaiah Robinson
Ace: Jasen Fisher
Rufio: Dante Basco
Thud Butt: Raushan Hammond
Don't Ask: James Madio

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