Disney's Peter Pan is based on the play "Peter Pan, The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up" by J. M. Barrie. The film was released on February 5, 1953 and was the final film in which Disney's "Nine Old Men" worked together as director animators.
One other particular thing to note about this film is its infamous racial stereotyping of Native American Indians. In the film, they were viewed as wild, violent savages. One of the most infamous songs in Disney history is the song "What Made the Red Man Red?". The song sung by the Indians discusses how they received their color of their skin because the Indian men had developed a permanent blush due to their constant pursuit of Indian women.
All of these pieces are original vintage production cels from the 1953 feature film, "Peter Pan". There are no reproductions, limited editions, or sericels. All of my artwork is 100% original production.
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