In case you didn't know, Disney's boy who never grows up will be 50 on Wednesday, February 5th, 2003. To celebrate, I'm puting together a little 50th Anniversary web site for this gem of a movie. As part of this, I'd like to do a sort of fan commentary - basically, a collection and doccumentation of memories and reflections regarding the movie and its meaning to the fans and the effect it has had upon our lives. So, please tell your personal Peter Pan story; post your thoughts and memories associated with the film in this thread, and I may use them in the web site. If I use yours, you will be credited by whatever username you use to post the comments with. Thanks! Standard disclaimer: While all comments are appriciated, I will not use all of the comments recieved on the web site. Since I am posting this in several forums, I expect a big number of responses, and cannot possibly include every response on the web site. I will pick the ones I personally think are the best and/or most interesting to use. Do NOT complain if yours is not published! Thank you. Also, I reserve the right to edit any I decide to use so that the spelling and grammar are correct (example: if Hook is spelled Hooc, it will be corrected.) I will only edit submissions if I feel it is nessesary and will not change the meaning of thm. Also, in some incidences I may not decide to include the entire comment; sometimes 100% will be included and sometimes I will select portions. If your comment is selected, please do not complain regarding any omissions I make to it. A few basic rules: Peter Pan is a movie for both children and adults. Please remembeer this when you are writing your comments and make them appropriate for all ages to read. If your comments are inappropriate, they will either be edited for removal of the crudity or automatically disregarded from elligibility for posting on the web site. Also, if the username you choose to post them under is inappropriate and your comments are chosen for use, you will automatically be credited as Anonymous.) Thank you for reading this disclaimer. Have fun in telling your special Peter Pan story, and thanks for perticipating. If you are interested in viewing the web site, check back here soon; I will post in this thread when the site is launched.