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Peter Pan Directed by Dwight Hemion Produced by Dwight Hemion, Gary Smith Written by Screenplay: Andrew Birkin Jack Burns Novel and play: J. M. Barrie Starring Mia Farrow Danny Kaye Music by Anthony Newley Leslie Bricusse Release date(s) December 12, 1976 Country United States Language English Peter Pan was a 1976 musical adaptation of J. M. Barrie's Peter Pan, or the Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up, produced for television as part of the "Hallmark Hall of Fame", starring Mia Farrow as Peter Pan and Danny Kaye as Captain Hook, and with Sir John Gielgud narrating. Julie Andrews sang one of the songs, "Once Upon a Bedtime", off-camera over the opening credits.[1] It aired on NBC at 7:30pm on Sunday, December 12, 1976, capping off the program's 25th year on the air.[1] The program did not use the score written for the highly successful Mary Martin version which had previously been televised many times on NBC. Instead, it featured 14 new and now forgotten songs, written for the production by Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse. The story was adapted by Andrew Birkin (who would subsequently become a leading Barrie scholar) and Jack Burns. Although it was an American production with two American stars, most of the cast was British. Although this version of Peter Pan won an Emmy for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Children's Programming for Jenn de Joux's and Elizabeth Savel's visual effects, and was nominated for Outstanding Children's Special, it quickly sank without a trace after the telecast. Cast Mia Farrow ... Peter Pan Danny Kaye ... Captain Hook (alphabetically) Lynsey Baxter ... Jane Peppi Borza ... Pirate Michael Crane ... Pirate Michael Deeks ... Curly Fred Evans ... Pirate Jill Gascoine ... Wendy - grown up John Gielgud ... Narrator George Harris ... Pirate Paula Kelly ... Tiger Lily Max Latimer ... Pirate Nicholas Lyndhurst ... Tootles Virginia McKenna ... Mrs. Darling Briony McRoberts ... Wendy Darling Joe Melia ... Starkey Peter O'Farrell ... Nana Adam Richens ... Nibs Ian Sharrock ... John Darling Adam Stafford ... Michael Darling Tony Sympson ... Smee Jerome Watts ... Slightly References ^ a b Google newspaper cache of Associated Press story, printed in Eugene Register-Guard, Dec 11, 1976 External links Peter Pan at the Internet Movie Database v · d · eJ. M. Barrie's Peter Pan Characters and setting Peter Pan · Wendy Darling · Captain Hook · Tinker Bell · The Lost Boys · other characters · Neverland Official books and plays The Little White Bird · Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens · Peter and Wendy · Peter Pan in Scarlet Films Peter Pan (1924) · Peter Pan (1953) · Hook (1991) · Return to Never Land (2002) · Peter Pan (2003) · Finding Neverland (2004) Tinker Bell films Tinker Bell (2008) · The Lost Treasure (2009) · The Great Fairy Rescue (2010) · The Pixie Hollow Games (2011) · The Mysterious Winter Woods (2012) TV series The Lost Boys (1978) · The Adventures of Peter Pan (1989) · Peter Pan and the Pirates (1990) · Jake and the Never Land Pirates (2011) Video games Peter Pan and the Pirates · Hook Starcatchers prequels Peter and the Starcatchers · Peter and the Shadow Thieves · Peter and the Secret of Rundoon · Peter and the Sword of Mercy · Never Land Books Other media 1950 musical · 1954 musical · Peter Pan: A Musical Adventure · Peter and the Starcatchers (play) · Peter Pan's Flight