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  1. Tinker Bell and the mermaids and Peter Pan. Oh, he was the most wonderful of all. Why even when we were kidnapped, I Kidnapped! I knew Peter Pan would save us, and he did. And we all called him a codfish! Captain Hook, I mean. And then we sailed away on a ship in the sky.
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  3. Feb 05,  · From the Peter Pan LP Peter Cottontail, released in (originally from Rocking Horse # in ).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Honeycomb / Oh Dem Golden Slippers on Discogs. Label: Peter Pan Records - • Format: Vinyl 7 Peter Gains, Peter Pan Players - Honeycomb / Oh Dem Golden Slippers (Vinyl) | Discogs.
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  6. Jul 27,  · Peter, who called Peter Pan "that terrible masterpiece,” died of suicide in , at age Only Nicholas, the one who called Barrie “an innocent,” survived until he died of natural causes.
  7. Apr 26,  · Liberty Records Discography, Part 1 By David Edwards and Mike Callahan Last update: April 26, The Liberty logo and label graphics have changed several times over the years, mostly when ownership of the label changed hands.
  8. Peter Pan, play by Scottish playwright J.M. Barrie, first produced in The play, first composed of three acts, was often revised, and the definitive version in five acts was published in The work added a new character to the mythology of the English-speaking world in the figure of Peter Pan.

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