The Rotoscopers head to Neverland with special guest host Lou Mongello from WDW Radio as they review Disney’s 1953 animated film Peter Pan. Join along as we travel t the second star to the right in this Peter Pan podcast in episode 97 of the Animation Addicts Podcast!
Highlights from the Peter Pan Podcast
- Catch and Fire with Lou Mongello.
- Main Discussion: Peter Pan (1953)
- Lou wins the award for the best first recollection: He saw the play on Broadway with his mom.
- The meaning behind “This has all happened before and will all happen again…”
- Why so mean to Wendy?
- Peter Pimp.
- You’re a Crook, Captain Hook!
- So many Disney theories!
- Count the Tattoos: It’s all about Tinker Bell.
- Lost Boys: Thoughts on the song “What Makes the Red Man Red?”
- Mr. Smee vs Hercules.
- Lou goes into his lawyer mode: Why is Peter Pan the best ever?
- Voicemails: Mason, Blake, Sarah, Kimber.
- Bloopers: Robo Morgan, recording issues.
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