Characters of Peter Pan

Characters Of Peter Pan

The works of J. M. Barrie about Peter Pan feature many memorable characters. The numerous adaptations and sequels to those stories feature many of the same characters, and introduce new ones. Most of these strive for continuity with Barrie's work, developing a fairly consistent cast of characters living in Neverland and the real-world settings of Barrie's stories.

This article covers the characters appearing in the canonical works of Barrie, the major motion pictures based on them, and the major prequels/sequels (authorized and not):

  • The Little White Bird or Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens (novel) - PPKG
  • Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up (play) - PLAY
  • Peter and Wendy (novel) - P&W
  • Peter Pan (1924 film) - 1924
  • Peter Pan (1953 film) - 1953
  • Hook (film) - 1991
  • Return to Never Land (film) - RNL
  • Peter Pan (2003 film) - 2003
  • Peter Pan in Scarlet (novel) - PPS
  • Peter and the Starcatchers (novel) - P&SC
  • Peter and the Shadow Thieves (novel) - P&ST
  • Peter and the Secret of Rundoon (novel) - P&SR

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