Best Peter Pan Characters

Peter Pan is a 1953 Disney film based on the acclaimed play of the same name. It centers on a group of children who meet the eternally young Peter Pan and travel to the magical realm of Never Land.
The Top Ten
1 Peter Pan Peter Pan is a character created by Scottish novelist and playwright J. M. Barrie. A free spirited and mischievous young boy who can fly and never grows up, Peter Pan spends his never-ending childhood having adventures on the mystical island of Neverland as the leader of the Lost Boys, interacting with... read more

Oh boy, even Peter, the main protagonist, is mean. He apparently did some things to Captain Hook, he lets the mermaids try to DROWN Wendy, and he lets Tiger Lily kiss him in front of Wendy. He is also creepy towards Wendy.

If I could stay any age, I would choose to remain 19. That was, for me, one of the best ages of my life.

Peter Pan forever. He is truly a child at heart.

2 Wendy Darling

Wendy is the best and nicest character in both movies. I hate how Tinker Bell, the mermaids, Tiger Lily, the Indians, the pirates, the lost boys, her dad, and even her brothers and Peter Pan were all really mean to her. At least her mother and her dog treated her kindly.

I love Wendy! I hate that Peter Pan got Jane as a love interest, instead of deciding to be with Wendy.

Another likable classical canon heroine.

3 Tinker Bell Tinker Bell is a fictional character from J. M. Barrie's 1904 play Peter Pan and its 1911 novelization Peter and Wendy.

She is rather mischievous, but she always comes through for everyone, even those who she disliked at first. Truly, her loyalty overcomes her jealousy.

Tinker Bell is cute, but she is really, really jealous of Wendy and possibly Tiger Lily and the mermaids in the first movie, and gets jealous of Wendy's daughter Jane in the second movie. A really jealous character.

4 Captain Hook Captain James Hook is a fictional character, the antagonist of J. M. Barrie's play Peter Pan; or, the Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up and its various adaptations, in which he is Peter Pan's archenemy.

Hook is certainly tough around people, but when faced with crocodiles, (and later giant octopuses), he's the biggest baby. Probably that's why he is so funny.

He may be a bit of a sociopath, but he is very funny, especially when faced with the crocodile. I don't hate Peter, but I can sympathize with Hook. Peter cut off Hook's hand and fed it to the crocodile for no reason except his own entertainment. Now the crocodile persues Hook relentlessly to finish him off. It's understandable that Hook wants to get Peter so badly. I'm glad he never gets killed off. Peter Pan wouldn't be the same without Captain Hook.

5 John Darling

I can not believe that even he was mean to Wendy for more than half the movie, and that he, Michael, and the lost boys nearly joined the bad guys.

6 Mr. Smee

Smee, it's just because Hook treats you and the other pirates like his followers doesn't mean you are. The thing that matters most is what you think of yourself. If there's something you really want or someone you really want to be, then each of you is standing in your own way

For a villain, Smee is one friendly guy. Heck, he could even be considered an anti-villain.

Somewhat dimwitted but very loyal and loveable too. He's funny!

7 Tiger Lily

Like the mermaids, I think she's interesting, beautiful, and pretty, but I hate how she kissed Peter in front of poor Wendy. I bet she was jealous of Wendy, just like Tinker Bell and the Mermaids, and tried to make Wendy feel the same way towards her. A lot of these characters are just plain mean.

She's really brave even in the face of danger. This is displayed when she is taken hostage by Captain Hook and Mr. Smee. Even being threatened by Hook and a tide coming in, she is not intimidated and still refuses to talk.

8 Tick-Tock

Everyone loves Tick-Tock Croc, why is he all the way down here?

'Never smile at a crocodile' That's the tune we hear whenever he's around.

9 Michael Darling

He may be a toddler, but he was also mean to Wendy for more than half of the movie and along with John and the lost boys, nearly joined the bad guys.

10 George Darling
The Contenders
11 Nana
12 Mary Darling

One of nicest characters in the movie, cannot believe her husband treats her, the kids, and the dog like crap.

13 Jane

Overall, she's alright. I kind of like her. She's cool and she was a little mean for a while in the movie, but she got better and she's more decent than a bunch of the characters in both movies.

14 Nibs
15 Slightly
16 Cubby
17 Indian Chief

Well the Indian he sure learn a lot all from asking HOW!

18 Squaw
19 Hop
20 Tootles
21 Octopus
BAdd New Item