Peter Pan Diamond Edition DVD + Blu-ray Review
Disney's animated classic Peter Pan, the magical story of a boy who takes three siblings to a land where kids never grow up, is being re-released on Blu-ray, DVD and Digitial Copy as The Peter Pan Diamond Edition. Kidzworld has the review!
The Peter Pan Diamond Edition is out February 5th, 2013! Courtesy of Disney
Peter takes Wendy Darling and her two brother to Never Land Courtesy of Disney
Tinker Bell is Peter Pan's side kick Courtesy of Disney
Based on the classic novel by J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan is the magical story of a boy who never grows up, but when he flys outside the window of the Darling family and hears Wendy Darling telling bedtime stories to her younger siblings, he decides to take the three Darling children on an adventure to Never Land, a place where not only do the children never grow up, but it's filled with mermaids, pirates, and fairies! While in Never Land Peter Pan and his sidekick fairy Tinker Bell team up with Wendy and her brothers to fight the vilains you only hear about in stories - like Captain Hook!
Disney first released Peter Pan in 1953, and audiences immediately fell in love with the story, it instantly became an animated classic and time has done it justice, the story has stood the test of time, it delivers all the magic you could possibly expect from a fairy tale, as well as a memorable musical score, The Diamond Edition delivers a sharper remastered image and sound as well as including a DVD, Bluy-ray and Digital Copy all in one package.
This special Diamond Edition of Peter Pan includes loads of bonus features, check it out below:
- Introduction by Diane Disney Miller
- Disney Sing Along: This bonus feature allows you to see the lyrics and join the characters from every number
- Disney Intermission: Check out what happens when you press the pause button - instructions on how to be a pirate!
- StoryBook App: Coloring pages, puzzles, music, memory games and more!
- Growing Up With Nine Old Men: All-new featurette about the seven children of Disney's original nine old men, their kids talk about their fathers' work.
- Never-Before-Seen Deleted Scenes
- Never-Before-Seen Alternate Ending
- Tinker Bell: A Fairy's Tale: a featurette showing how Tinker Bell has evolved over the years
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