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- Captain Hook
William Smee, commonly referred to by Captain Hook as Mr. Smee, is Captain Hook's right-hand man. According to the book, he is Irish. In the majority of media pertaining to Peter Pan, he is Captain Hook's right hand man or first mate.
Oddly genial for a pirate, Smee typically represents a humorous side to pirating.
In the novel, Captain Hook notes Smee thinks that the children are afraid of him, when instead they clearly like him, trying on his glasses and laughing at his jokes. This caused Captain Hook much frustration and jealousy, believing that Smee represents good form, and that he himself would never be liked by children.
This is a full list of Peter Pan media Mr. Smee appears in.
- The Little White Bird (1902 novel
- Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up (1904 play)
- Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens (1906 novel)
- Peter and Wendy (1911 novel)
- Peter Pan (1924 film)
- Peter Pan (1953 film)
- Peter Pan (1988 film)
- Peter Pan and the Pirates (1990 series)
- Hook (1991 film)
- Return to Never Land (2002 film)
- Peter Pan (2003 film)
- Peter Pan in Scarlet (2006 novel)
- Peter and the Starcatchers (2004 novel)
- Peter and the Shadow Thieves (2006 novel)
- Peter and the Secret of Rundoon (2007 novel)
- Tinker Bell (2008 film)
- Peter and the Sword of Mercy (2009 novel)
- Neverland (2011 miniseries)
- Jake and the Never Land Pirates (2011 series)
- The New Adventures of Peter Pan (2012 series)
- Peter and Wendy (2015 TV film)
- In the novel, he names his cutlass "Johnny Corkscrew" because he wiggled it in the wound
- Mr. Smee's appearance in the first two Epic Mickey games was later used on the Jake and the Never Land Pirates episode, "Captain Scrooge".