Disney DVD review – ‘Peter Pan’ (1953 Film)

Hello everyone! 🙂

Welcome to ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog and I’m Tim Bradley!

It’s time for a new Disney review on ‘Bradley’s Basement’ and today we’re looking at the 1953 film, ‘Peter Pan’

Last week on Tuesday the 19th of September 2017, my parents and I re-watched this film to celebrate my sister Bethan’s birthday. My sister Bethan passed away a month before she was six years old. It was nice to re-watch this Disney film as it was one of her favourites when she was alive.

The 1953 animated Disney film of ‘Peter Pan’ is a children’s film full of laughs and music. Click on the link above to check out and read my review. Please also feel free to comment on my thoughts on why I like this ‘Peter Pan’ film so much!

I’ve also created a new page on my ‘Bradley’s Basement’ blog dedicated to ‘Peter Pan’. Please feel free to check that new page out, with my new review on the 1953 Disney film of ‘Peter Pan’ added to it.

I hope to review the sequel to the Disney film, ‘Return to Never Land’, sometime in the future, as well as on ‘Hook’ by Steven Spielberg with Robin Williams and on the 2003 film of ‘Peter Pan’ with Jason Issacs and Jeremy Sumpter. Stay tuned for reviews on these films!

In the meantime, enjoy my latest review on the 1953 ‘Peter Pan’ film from Disney!

Bye for now!

Tim. 🙂

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