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Peter Pan 

A live restaging of the 1955 TV production of the Broadway musical version.


Clark Jones


J.M. Barrie (play) (as James M. Barrie), Sumner Locke Elliott (adaptation) | 1 more credit »


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Episode credited cast:
Mary Martin ... Peter Pan
Cyril Ritchard ... Captain Hook / George Darling
Margalo Gillmore ... Mary Darling
Sondra Lee ... Tiger Lily
Kathleen Nolan ... Wendy Darling / Jane (as Kathy Nolan)
Heller Halliday Heller Halliday ... Liza
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert Banas Robert Banas ... Indian
David Bean David Bean ... Slightly
Sally Brophy Sally Brophy ... Wendy (grown up) (as Sallie Brophy)
Jack Dabdoub Jack Dabdoub ... Pirate
Linda Dangcil Linda Dangcil ... Indian
Harold Daye Harold Daye ... Second Twin
Donn Driver Donn Driver ... Indian
Carl Erbele Carl Erbele ... Kangaroo
Tom Halloran Tom Halloran ... Michael Darling


A live restaging of the 1955 TV production of the Broadway musical version.

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Release Date:

7 March 1955 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


This first television showing of the Mary Martin "Peter Pan" became the highest rated TV production seen up to that time. It aired live a mere ten days after it had closed on Broadway. It was so successful that it was re-broadcast live with most of the same cast only ten months later. Four years after that, it was videotaped with most of the same cast and presented on TV again in December 1960. The 1960 version has since been rebroadcast several times and released on video cassette and DVD. The DVD has since gone out of print and is only available at a hugely expensive price. See more »


Version of Peter Pan (1960) See more »

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Peter Pan is GREAT!!
26 February 2006 | by david_hawkinsSee all my reviews

I use a video of the 1960 TV broadcast to teach middle school students the elements of drama and production. It was a lot of fun showing them the turning point. It was also the best example of a Broadway musical available to me to teach the form.

They had fun trying to catch the minor miscues ("Wendy" missing her mark when she landed in Neverland for example.) Others thought there was something wrong with the sound at the beginning of the Second Act and Sondra Lee as Tigerlily first enters the screen. It took some explaining that sometimes silence is used as an effect in a stage production.

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