In the 1991 film "Hook", based on the Peter Pan story, the character of Tootles is searching for his lost marbles. In the many different adaptations and expansions of the Peter Pan universe, Tootles is a Lost Boy who belongs to Peter's band of ever-young orphans.Continue Reading
In the novel "Peter & Wendy," and the play "Peter Pan," Tootles appears as a young boy who lives with Peter and other orphans in the legendary Neverland. No mention of marbles is made in those works, or in the Disney adaptation of "Peter Pan" and its sequels.
In the 1991 film "Hook", which focuses on a grown-up version of Peter Pan, Tootles is an elderly man living in contemporary London. In this expansion of the Peter Pan universe, Tootles appears to be senile, but it is later revealed that he has literally lost his marbles, which he left in Neverland many decades ago.Learn more about Children's Books
Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie is about a boy who never grows up and can fly. Peter meets the Darling children in London and brings them to Neverland, a magical island, where they have a series of adventures.Full Answer >
The original six lost boy's in J.M. Barrie's "Peter and Wendy" are named Nibs, Tootles, Slightly, Curly, Twin One and Twin Two. The lost boys found themselves in Neverland after falling out of their prams as babies, according to the story.Full Answer >
The names of the seven dwarfs changed over time, but the most popular are Bashful, Doc, Dopey, Happy, Sleepy, Sneezy and Grumpy from the Walt Disney film. They were first given names in a Broadway play produced in 1912 and renamed in the 1937 animated film introduced by Walt Disney.Full Answer >
Waldo is a fictional character from a series of children's books called "Where's Waldo." Waldo travels around the world and through time. He always wears his iconic red and white striped sweater, black-rimmed glasses and bobble hat.Full Answer >