Peter Pan and the Pirates

Season 1 Episode 35

A Wee Problem

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Aired Unknown May 06, 1991 on FOX
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Everyone is awestruck at the appearance of three moons above Neverland. Tinker Bell is especially thrilled, for this gives her the ability to shrink Peter down to fairy size and take him to visit the Fairy King. But she's not too happy when Peter insists that the Darlings and the Lost Boys come along. Tink messes with the others' ability to fly, which leads to such disaster that King Oberon kicks Wendy and the boys out. With the children unable to revert to their former size, they become easy prey for the pirates and the Crocodile, especially since Tink is keeping Peter distracted.moreless

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Michael Bacall

Michael Bacall

Voice of the smaller Twin

Tim Curry

Tim Curry

Voice of Captain James Hook

Cree Summer

Cree Summer

Voice of Tiger Lily

Eugene Williams

Eugene Williams

Voice of Billy Jukes

Adam Carl

Adam Carl

Voice of Nibs

Tony Jay

Tony Jay

Voice of Alf Mason

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