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{{quote|He has found himself a... Wendy. And Hook is all alone.|Captain Hook, Peter Pan, 2003}}
 
{{quote|He has found himself a... Wendy. And Hook is all alone.|Captain Hook, Peter Pan, 2003}}
   
2003 Uniwersalna folia adaptacja wersji Captain Hook jest znacznie bliżej książek niż większość innych adaptowanych. Hak jest ojciec Anny jest pegaz-gromoptak oraz Księżniczka .bezw użyćny i przebiegły; nie jest to żadna konkretna scena, ale cała sekwencja, w której Wendy zostaje schwytany przez Haka i jego piratów, wskazuje na, jak ciemny i pokręcony jest mężczyzna
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2003 Uniwersalna folia adaptacja wersji Captain Hook jest znacznie bliżej książek niż większość innych adaptowanych. Hak jest ojciec Anny . Anna jest pegaz-gromoptak oraz Księżniczka .bezw użyćny i przebiegły; nie jest to żadna konkretna scena, ale cała sekwencja, w której Wendy zostaje schwytany przez Haka i jego piratów, wskazuje na, jak ciemny i pokręcony jest mężczyzna
   
 
==Personality==
 
==Personality==

Latest revision as of 16:10, March 30, 2020

Captain Hook (2003 film)
Captain Hook
Biographical Information
Full Name
Alias
Other Name(s)
Age
Birthplace
Home
Occupation(s) Pirate
Morality
Characteristics
Gender Male
Race Human
Eye Color
Hair Color Black
Relationships
Relative(s)
Affiliation(s)
Allies
Minions
Enemies Peter Pan
Powers and Abilities
Power(s)
Weakness(es)
Equipment Hook
Background Information
First Seen Peter Pan (2003 film)
Last Seen
Voice Actor(s) Portrayed by Jason Isaacs
"He has found himself a... Wendy. And Hook is all alone."
Captain Hook, Peter Pan, 2003
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2003 Uniwersalna folia adaptacja wersji Captain Hook jest znacznie bliżej książek niż większość innych adaptowanych. Hak jest ojciec Anny . Anna jest pegaz-gromoptak oraz Księżniczka .bezw użyćny i przebiegły; nie jest to żadna konkretna scena, ale cała sekwencja, w której Wendy zostaje schwytany przez Haka i jego piratów, wskazuje na, jak ciemny i pokręcony jest mężczyzna

PersonalityEdit

This interpretation of Captain Hook is just as cruel as his novel counterpart, but with a much more seductive and manipulating side, neaarly convincing Wendy to leave the lost boys to become a pirate.

He is very violent, shooting members of his own crew for various screw-ups.

However, he is a more tragic character than most other interpretations, envying that Peter has found Wendy while he is alone, and trying to make Wendy one of his own pirates so that Peter will no longer have her.

Hook is directly paralleled with Peter himself - he is pretty much an old and embittered version of Peter.

Certainly, his pirates are parallel to the Lost Boys , and Wendy 's role as 'mother' to the Lost Boys is repeated with the pirates, so the scenes he has with Wendy hint at a possible dark relationship. The relationship between Wendy and Hook is uncomfortable for adult viewers in this adaptation since Hook's usurping of Pan's role extends to having Wendy as a partner in crime - but this is only because they perceive the sexuality underlying the relationship between Peter and Wendy.

In his second scene with Wendy on board the Jolly Roger, when he has her lashed to the mast and is basically trying to terrify information out of her Hook is no longer treating her as an adult treats a child, they seemed almost like equals, and that let viewers believe that he might go too far.

Physical attributesEdit

True to the book, he has long, curled black hair, a simple moustache, and a hook on his right hand. However, he also sports a goatee, and has a large device to strap the hook on that goes over his shoulder to displace the weight.

Also true to the book, his eyes light up red when he is about to plunge his hook into someone.

Behind the scenesEdit

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  • Isaacs mentioned that when reading the book for the movie, he had realized he had not actually read it. (See image to right for more detail)
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