Fly home with Peter Pan! #giveaway

Disclaimer: The Fandads were provided with a review copy of Peter Pan: The Signature Collection along with Digital HD copies to giveaway. All thoughts and opinions are our own. 
As a parent, you always want to share things you loved growing up with your children. It can be something as simple as your favorite song, your favorite television show or your favorite movie. You just want to see if your child reacts to it the same way you did and then shares the love that you have for it. In the case of Peter Pan, I remember the first time my daughter saw it. She loved the songs, the big flying sequence and especially one particular character…Captain Hook. Yep, my daughter fell for the villain. 

I don’t know what it was about Captain Hook, but my daughter really liked him. She liked him so much that during one trip to the Disney store, she wanted the plush version of him and she walked around with that thing almost everywhere we went. 
Now if your child’s favorite character in Peter Pan is the villain, the Lost Boys, Tinkerbell or even Peter himself, you will find something to love in the Signature Collection of Peter Pan that is out now on Blu-ray and Digital HD. You can even win a copy from us, but we’ll talk about that later. 
I never saw Peter Pan in the theaters when I was growing up. The most I knew about him was the snippets I would see on television and the songs from a Disney record that my sisters and I would play repeatedly. I remember the first time I saw it was with my daughter and we both just sat there and were transported to Neverland. It was a pretty cool feeling experiencing it with my daughter and just being lost in that world for a few hours.  
Looking for ways to have some fun with your family? Print out some activity sheets while waiting to get your copy of Peter Pan. Play some of the games before or after the movie and make it a fun family night. 

As with any Signature Collection of Disney movies, there is a lot to see and experience with the family.  Just look at all the bonus features that are included on the Blu-ray and Digital versions of the film. Some features might vary depending on the retailer you purchase it from.

Bonus Features*:
New Signature Collection Bonus
•Stories from Walt’s Office: Walt & Flight – “Think of the happiest things, it’s the same as having wings”. One thing you’ll notice inside Walt Disney’s office are all of the models and pictures of airplanes. Walt loved planes and was an aficionado of flying. As a continuation of the “Stories from Walt’s Office” series, we’ll soar into the world of one of Walt’s favorite pastimes and look at the history behind the company airplane he used to scout Central Florida looking for the perfect place to build his second theme park.  
•A “Darling” Conversation with Wendy & John: Kathryn Beaumont and Paul Collins – Join Disney Legend Kathryn Beaumont (the voice of Wendy) and Paul Collins (the voice of John) as they reunite for the first time in many years to reminisce and discuss their experiences working on Peter Pan, meeting Walt Disney and learning to fly … literally. 
•You Can Fly” – A new “Oke” rendition and graphic look of the classic Disney song, “You Can Fly,” with fun lyrics on screen and lots of your favorite “Peter Pan” characters.
•“Never Smile at a Crocodile” – A new “Oke” rendition and graphic look of the deleted song, “Never Smile at a Crocodile”, with fun lyrics on screen and highlighting the relationship between Captain Hook and Tick- Tock the Crocodile. 
Legacy/Classic Bonus
•Sing-along Version of the film: Sing along with your favorite songs from the movie.
•Growing Up with Nine Old Men – “Peter Pan” is both a story of living with a child’s sense of openness to the world and an acknowledgement that the path to adulthood most often leads away from those qualities. A parallel of sorts to that duality can be found in Walt Disney and his core group of animators, the Nine Old Men, in their lives and in their work. Our short film will look at who they were and the parts they played in one of the most remarkable team of artists that ever worked together. 
• Deleted Song: “The Pirate’s Song” – Original demo recording of the song played over concept art.
• Deleted Song: “Never Smile at a Crocodile” – With music played over static concept art of the crocodile from Peter Pan.
• Deleted Song: “The Boatswain Song” – With music played over static concept art of Captain Hook and his crew. 
• Deleted Scene: “The Journey Home” – A proposed alternate ending where Peter asks the Lost Boys to return home with Wendy and the other children.
• Deleted Scene: “Alternate Arrival” – A deleted scene where Wendy and the children are initially attacked by the Lost Boys because Tinker Bell tells them that Wendy is holding Peter captive. We also see in this version of the story that Nana the dog travels to Never Land with Wendy and the children.
•Disney Song Select – Simply play the clip from the movie with subtitles underneath it. 
  • “The Second Star to the Right”
  • “You Can Fly”
  • “A Pirate’s Life”
  • “Following the Leader”
  • “Your Mother and Mine”

Audio Commentary Hosted by Roy Disney – Audio commentary hosted by Roy Disney, but carried on by several other people.  
Music and More
  • ”Never Land”: The Lost Song – A bonus piece that sets up the backstory of where this lost song was found and how Richard Sherman recomposed it. 
  • Music Video: “Never Land” – Music Performed by Paige O’Hara – A music video of the song “Never Land” 
  • Music Video: “The Second Star to the Right” – Music Performed by T-Squad – A music video of the song “The Second Star to the Right” performed by T-Squad.

Backstage Disney
  • You Can Fly: The Making of ‘Peter Pan’ – A making-of video of the 1953 Disney classic, “Peter Pan.”
  • In Walt’s Words: “Why I Made ‘Peter Pan’” – Based upon an article written by Walt Disney retold as a dramatic recreation.
  • Tinker Bell: A Fairy’s Tale – An introspective video on the creation, history and personality of the one and only “Tink.”
  • The Peter Pan That Almost Was – Hosted by Ron Clements and John Musker, we take a look at the storyboards and early concepts of a version of the “Peter Pan” film that never saw the light of day.
  • The “Peter Pan” Story – An original featurette for the film created in 1952. 

*Bonus features may vary by retailer

Giveaway Time

Friends, the Fandads are giving away 10 digital copies of Peter Pan Signature Edition and to win your copy you must follow the instruction in the Rafflecopter below.

Good luck to every one and thank you for reading! 
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