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Pauline Chase played Peter in London's West End from December 1906 to February 1914 - more times than any other actress. Here she reminisces in Strand Magazine, January 1913.

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Pauline Chase played Peter in London's West End from December 1906 to February 1914 - more times than any other actress. Here she reminisces in Strand Magazine, January 1913.

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Pauline Chase played Peter in London's West End from December 1906 to February 1914 - more times than any other actress. Here she reminisces in Strand Magazine, January 1913.

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Pauline Chase played Peter in London's West End from December 1906 to February 1914 - more times than any other actress. Here she reminisces in Strand Magazine, January 1913.

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Pauline Chase played Peter in London's West End from December 1906 to February 1914 - more times than any other actress. Here she reminisces in Strand Magazine, January 1913.

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Pauline Chase played Peter in London's West End from December 1906 to February 1914 - more times than any other actress. Here she reminisces in Strand Magazine, January 1913.

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A rare interview with Barrie on his arrival in New York in September 1914. In it he refers to George as "the real Peter Pan" - see JMB&TLB, p224-225

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Fay Compton as Peter Pan - dressed up as Napoleon after defeating Captain Hook - in December 1917. Charles Frohman was a great admirer of Napoleon, and had a bust of the Ogre on his desk. It was probably to please Frohman that Barrie added the Napoleonic flourish.
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Envelope once containing George Llewelyn Davies' service medal, a plack, and Barrie's key to Kensington Gardens, given to him by a grateful Borough Council in 1902 for the fame Peter Pan had brought to the Gardens through the pages of "The Little White Bird".
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J M Barrie, working in Eilean Shona House, photographed by Nico. Barrie was working on the screenplay for "Peter Pan", later rejected by Paramount in favour of their own version - Retouched
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