Peter Pan

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a boyish or immature man

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Organiser Chris Tossell said the attempt at the Peter Pan world record was fitting as Emyr will never grow old, just like the famous character.
For the record to stand, we ask that all participants must be dressed in a full Peter Pan costume.
Administrator Wendy Reader said: "It was lovely to see so many Peter Pans, Captain Hooks, pirates, mermaids, Tinkerbelles and even a couple of crocodiles.
A SERIES of events were held at Earlsdon Primary School to celebrate book week, World Book Day and Peter Pan week.
They made donations to join in an attempt to have a record number of children from around the country all reading the same passage from Peter Pan at the same time.
Peter Pans, Tinkerbells and Captain Hooks were all among the guests at the opening night of the Billingham Forum Theatre's summer pantomime, Peter Pan.
Peter Pan will be at the Forum Theatre, Billingham, until June 3.
A Real insider said: "It's ironic that David will be up against 11 Peter Pans, the timing couldn't be worse.
Real Madrid face Atletico Madrid tomorrow - and their fierce city rivals have the words Peter Pan on their shirts.
Columbia TriStar pay Atletico to advertise their latest films, such as Peter Pan, on shirts in 4in letters.
But it is hard to watch some modern Peter Pans without reflecting that few of our waking thoughts are airborne-certified lovely.
Klapperich says he and his colleagues decided not to solicit applause for the ailing fairy ("We thought that would be mean"), but audiences accustomed to traditional Peter Pans often applauded anyway.
Walt Disney's 1953 animated film may have painted the adventures of Peter Pan and his fairy sidekick in sprightly cartoon colors, endowing the world of Never Land with a reputation for adorable whimsy.