Peter Pan | Chicago Reader

Peter Pan

Postwar Disney (1953) and not quite up to snuff. Disney's depersonalizing habit of putting different teams in charge of different sections of the story really shows up here, with work ranging from the flat and cloying (the animation of Peter himself) to the full-bodied and funny (Captain Hook and his alligator). Ben Sharpsteen was the supervising director; his underlings included Wilfred Jackson, Clyde Geronomi, and Hamilton Luske.


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