Lost Boys (Peter Pan)

Lost Boys (Peter Pan)

Peter Pan's Lost Boys are characters in J. M. Barrie's play Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up and subsequent adaptations and extensions to the story. They are boys who fall out of their prams when the nurse is not looking and were lost by their nannies in places such as Kensington Gardens. Having gone unclaimed for seven days, they were whisked off to Neverland, where they live with Peter Pan. There are no "lost girls", because (as Peter explains) girls are much too clever to fall out of their prams and be lost in this manner.

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... Two of the LostBoys,Cubby and Slightly,appear alongside Peter Panand Tinker Bell in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep ... Before that,the LostBoys appeared in the Kingdom Hearts manga as comic relief,fighting Donald over some treasure they found in Captain Hook'sship ... The title of the 1987 film LostBoys is a reference to Peter Pans LostBoys ...

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