J. M. Barrie

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Noun1.J. M. Barrie - Scottish dramatist and novelistJ. M. Barrie - Scottish dramatist and novelist; created Peter Pan (1860-1937)
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1937: The creator of the immortal Peter Pan, JM Barrie, died.
Actress Joanna Lumley has hailed the transformation of the house which inspired Peter Pan author JM Barrie as proof that "dreams really can come true".
1860: JM Barrie, Scottish playwright and author of Peter Pan, was born in Kirriemuir, Angus.
After years of fundraising and building works, it has been transformed into an amazing facility at a cost of PS5.8 million, along with the garden where author JM Barrie played the games that inspired the world-renowned classic story.
FINDING NEVERLAND (BBC2, today, 4.25pm) opens with writer JM Barrie (Johnny Depp) suffering crippling self-doubt after his new play fails to impress.
WATCH IT FINDING NEVERLAND (BBC2, today, 4.25pm) opens with writer JM Barrie (Johnny Depp) suffering crippling self-doubt after his new play fails to impress.
Author JM Barrie's character Peter Pan has been played on screen by a long list of actors including Mia Farrow and Robin Williams, and more recently Levi Miller and Jeremy Sumpter.
Lobswood House, below, one of the six bedrooms, left, and the kitchen/ dining area, right A plaque on the wall revealing when JM Barrie lived at the property AUTHOR JM Barrie's character Peter Pan has been played on screen by a long list of actors including Mia Farrow and Robin Williams, and more recently Levi Miller and Jeremy Sumpter.
The story of Peter Pan has been a staple of many children's early years for more than a century since JM Barrie's novel was published in 1911.
With Bradley Walsh as Mr Smee, Martin Kemp as Captain Hook and Matt Knight as Peter Pan, JM Barrie's original tale is brought to life with more than 100 performers, stuntmen, a 10,000-gallon water wall and of course, a seven-metre animatronic crocodile.
A Newcastle film production company will take centre stage on festive TV with a re-working of JM Barrie's classic tale, Peter Pan, into a modern day drama.