The severed hand is then eaten by a crocodile, which incident gives Hook his two great fears.He's afraid of crocodiles, and the sight of his own blood.For the purpose of entertaining young audiences, it fulfills the intention and more.I must say however, the film owes 50% of its credit to John Williams.After Tootles flies away and the end credits start, one of the stars in the sky continues to glow.According to the Peter Pan stories, "The second star to the right and straight out till morning" is where Never Land is located.
With the advantage of an elite education, how did he end up a pirate? He lost his hand (the right, according to Barrie, but the left in many other depictions) in a duel with Peter Pan.I recently watched it after so many years of it lost in my memory that I felt like I had visited a historical landmark.placed within a treasured set of memories on my part.I cant express how moving this film is, its just enthralling in every sense of the word.construction of the story is very clever and realistic - from a child's point of view.The sensitive undertones of such a celebrated story spark much joy and heartfelt moments.The 'what if' factor of the whole story is really adventurous, and the fact that this story stems from the original is brilliant. All three elements resonate with a lot of audiences. And i don't understand why people beg to differ!