Today, there are about a thousand variations of the Peter Pan snowglobe. Disney’s Peter Pan debuted in 1953 and has qualified for the 1953 Cannes Film Festival. This movie was based on J.M. Barrie’s original novel, The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up. As the fourteenth film released by Disney, this movie created such a buzz that resulted to its extreme popularity still to now.
Peter Pan remakes are constantly coming up; thus allowing the possible number of designs to further increase. There are a lot of Peter Pan snowglobes with exquisite designs but some of the most popular ones are the Peter Pan 50th Anniversary snowglobes and those with figures of the Big Ben and two of the most interesting characters from Peter Pan, Captain Hook and Tinkerbell.
The Big Ben plays an important role in the Disney film because that is the place where they had their flying lessons. One of these Big Ben snowglobes shows Peter Pan, Wendy and her brother, John while circling around the world famous clock tower. The pleasant atmosphere depicted in the figurine is made even clearer by the song that plays from the musical snowglobe, You Can Fly.
Created by Disney designer, Jody Daily, the 50th Anniversary snowglobe shows a magnificent view of Neverland from above the clouds. Also, one of the most memorable scenes from the movie, when Captain Hook captured Tinkerbell, is also immortalized by one snowglobe design. This Peter Pan snowglobe has a candle that lights up and plays the song Moonlight Sonata.