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George Shelton as Smee in the first production of Peter Pan in December 1904. Shelton played the part for 23 consecutive years until his retirement in 1927.
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Pauline Chase as the 1st twin performs a vault during her celebrated pillow dance while Peter (Nina Boucicault) watches despondently. Pauline took the role of Peter from 1906 to 1913. From the first production of Peter Pan in December 1904.
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Wendy (Hilda Trevelyan) points out the way home while a despondent Peter (Nina Boucicault) broods. From the first production of Peter Pan in December 1904.
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Captain Hook (Gerald Du Maurier) poisons Peter?s medicine while Peter (Nina Boucicault) sleeps on, from the first production of Peter Pan in December 1904.
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The Lost Boys grovel before Captain Hook (Gerald Du Maurier) and his pirate crew, from the first production of Peter Pan in December 1904.
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The Pirates Dance, from the first production of Peter Pan in December 1904.
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Peter (Nina Boucicault) creeps aboard while Captain Hook (Gerald Du Maurier) and his pirate crew listen to the ticking of the crocodile, from the first production of Peter Pan in December 1904.
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The Lost Boys implore Wendy (Hilda Trevelyan) to be their mother, from the first production of Peter Pan in December 1904.
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The Lost Boys prepare to take on Captain Hook (Gerald Du Maurier) and his pirate crew, while Wendy (Hilda Trevelyan) remains tied to the mast, from the first production of Peter Pan in December 1904.
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?There could not have been a lovelier sight?: the Darling family reunited, from the first production of Peter Pan in December 1904.
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