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JMBarrie / Moat Brae, Dumfries
« Last post by Brutus on May 07, 2019, 07:31:08 AM »
After years of fundraising and renovations, the beautiful Georgian house where Barrie played as a child is finally opening on 1st June 2019 as a Centre for Children's Literature and Storytelling and a Barrie Museum. Its "enchanted garden" on the banks of the River Nith where, according to Barrie, Peter Pan was born, has been recreated as an adventure playground, complete with Pirate Ship, Mermaids' Lagoon, Wendy house, Tiger Lily's encampment, and lots more.

If you're travelling to Scotland this Summer, don't miss it!

https://www.peterpanmoatbrae.org
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JMBarrie / Re: Lost Boys Script
« Last post by Brutus on May 07, 2019, 07:16:39 AM »
It's on this site's database: http://www.jmbarrie.co.uk/abpage/TLB%20SCRIPTS/TLB.htm. However, apparently, it's only Part 1.

(There's also a link on The Lost Boys (TV Series) Wikipedia entry.)
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JMBarrie / Re: Lost Boys Script
« Last post by ShawnPal on May 06, 2019, 01:00:21 PM »
Where did you find the Lost Boys script, Dani?
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JMBarrie / Lost Boys Script
« Last post by Dani1923 on February 19, 2019, 04:35:15 PM »
I tried to read the script of The Lost Boys, but I can only see Part 1, how do I see Parts 2 and 3?
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Davies Family / Re: What Exactly Was Dark And Morbid About Rupert Buxton ?
« Last post by MichaelHobbs on January 13, 2019, 04:50:39 PM »

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JMBarrie / Re: Original JM Barrie Photograph Archive
« Last post by Crocodile on December 16, 2018, 05:47:18 AM »
Since a photograph exists of J. M. Barrie at five years old, and his brother David did not die until Barrie was six, and David was their mother's favorite, should there not be pictures of David?  If so, has anyone found any and where might they be seen?  Thank you very much.
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JMBarrie / Danny Dain
« Last post by Danaity on December 09, 2018, 02:10:54 PM »
Hi That's really interesting. 
I guess you know about I spent years trying to locate the photo album of a local :)
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Peter Pan / Re: sort of a newbie
« Last post by Brutus on November 30, 2018, 05:26:59 PM »
Yes, I know about them but of course, JK Rowling has a lot more clout (and money) to deal with them. Back in the day, Barrie and then GOSH did not have the advantage of the internet to sniff out all those pirate editions and ripoffs. Before WW2, there were many US illustrated unauthorised adaptations, some of them rather strange (one of them renamed one of the Darling boys Richard, one wonders why?).

Nowadays, we have the plague of self-published books, prequels and sequels, whose authors mostly did not seem to bother reading the original but tried to reinvent the wheel... Thank God Barrie did not have to witness or police that!
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Peter Pan / Re: sort of a newbie
« Last post by Crocodile on November 30, 2018, 04:01:00 AM »
That's really interesting.  I guess you know about Harry Potter ripoffs in Russia and China.
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Peter Pan / Re: sort of a newbie
« Last post by Brutus on November 29, 2018, 05:25:17 PM »
Those Kiddles dolls are not on sale in the UK and I doubt GOSH would have got royalties from the American manufacturer. Even Barrie did not receive royalties from many products and merchandise based on Peter Pan made in the early years (such as Peter Pan Peanut Butter or Peter Pan Bus Lines, as copyright was more difficult to oversee then, particularly overseas. In more recent times, because of different copyright terms worldwide, Peter Pan is in the public domain in most countries so no royalties would be due (except where trade marks have been registered, and most of these would be owned by Disney).

Royalties would have been due on books published while the copyright of the novel Peter & Wendy was still running, which I believe was until the 1980s in the US and Australia (for example). Once Peter Pan entered the public domain, no royalties would be due to GOSH, except in the UK where the Copyright Act of 1988 granted them a right to royalty in perpetuity from all commercial exploitation on stage, radio, publishing, or film (but not toys or merchandise), even though it is officially out of copyright.

Hope that helps!

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