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Hook A U film should be suitable for audiences aged four years and over, although it is impossible to predict what might upset any particular child.

U films should be set within a positive framework and should offer reassuring counterbalances to any violence, threat or horror. If a work is particularly suitable for pre-school children, this will be indicated in the ratings info.

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Hook

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Starring

Actor
Character
Captain Hook
Peter Banning
Tinkerbell
Bob Hoskins
Smee
Granny Wendy
Caroline Goodall
Moira Banning
Charlie Korsmo
Jack 'Jackie' Banning
Amber Scott
Maggie Banning
Laurel Cronin
Liza, Wendy's Housekeeper
Phil Collins
Inspector Good
Arthur Malet
Tootles
Isaiah Robinson
Pockets
Jasen Fisher
Ace
Dante Basco
Rufio
Raushan Hammond
Thud Butt
James Madio
Don't Ask
Thomas Tulak
Too Small
Alex Zuckerman
Latchboy
Ahmad Stoner
No Nap
Bogdan Georghe
Lost Boy
Adam McNatt
Lost Boy
Rene Gonzalez Jr.
Additional Lost Boy
Brian Willis
Additional Lost Boy
Brett Willis
Additional Lost Boy
Ryan Francis
Young Peter Pan
Max Hoffman
5-Year-Old Peter Pan
Kelly Rowan
Peter's Mother
Stephanie Furst
Mermaid
Shannon Marie Kies
Mermaid
Regina Russell Banali
Mermaid
Jewel Newlander Hubbard
Peter Pan in Play
Jeannine Renshaw
Drama Teacher
Rebecca Hoffman
Jane in Play
Jeannine Wagner
Pianist
Francesca Serrano
Lost Boy in Play
Kevin Gasca
Lost Boy in Play
Andre Bollinger
Lost Boy in Play
Lauren Friedler-Gow
Lost Boy in Play
Bryce Armstrong
Lost Boy in Play
Margie Takeda
Lost Boy in Play
Alyson Healing
Lost Boy in Play
Zoe Koehler
Lost Boy in Play
Scott Williamson
Coach
Wayne Aten
Umpire
Michael Hirshenson
Umpire
Jake Hoffman
Little League Player
Geoffrey Lower
Brad
Don S. Davis
Dr. Fields
Cameron Thor
Ron
Brad Blumenthal
Jim
Brenda Isaacs Booth
Secretary
Jan Cobler
Secretary
Ruth de Sosa
Secretary
Stuart White
Chauffeur
Young Wendy
Don McLeod
Shadow
Kim OKelley
Prostitute
Beverly Polcyn
Prostitute
Randi Cee
Prostitute
Mary Bond Davis
Prostitute
David Crosby
Tickles
Nick Tate
Noodler
Tony Burton
Bill Jukes
Glenn Close
Gutless
Nick Ullett
Pirate Jailer
Matthew Van Ginkel
Baby Peter Banning
Ray Tveden
Man in Stands
Kim Robillard
Toothless Cripple
Michael Runyard
Screaming Pirate
Gary Epper
Growling Pirate
Robert Amico
Pirate
Paul Babb
Pirate
Jeff Bornstein
Pirate
Jimmy Buffett
Shoe-Stealing Pirate
Lonnie Burr
Pegleg
G. Larry Butler
Baseball Game Attendee
Mickey Cassidy
Colonial Lost Boy
Brian DiMuccio
Pirate
Walter DuRant
Parent
Woman Kissing on Bridge
Russell Gannon
Blacksmith
Robert Gatewood
Pirate
Tom Hodgins
Pirate
Rick Kleber
Pirate
Jeff Kroeger
Lost Boy
David Lea
Pirate
George Lucas
Man Kissing on Bridge
Bruce Mahler
Pirate
Bruce Mercury
The Drunk Pirate
John Michael
Doctor
Neil Riddaway
Pirate
Casey Slade
Pirate
Lisa Wilhoit
Baby Tinkerbell
Mark Winn
Praising Pirate
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Year: 1991
UK release date UK release: 10th April 1992
 BBFC Age Rating:  U age rating
US release date US release: 11th December 1991
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£6,034,287
1113
Hook
1114

US total gross
$119,654,823
522
Hook

Global total gross
$300,854,823
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Hook
UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: U
Genres
UK Box Office Release Breakdown
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 10

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
Hook
1N
£2,497,095
£2,497,095
2
£1,468,879
£3,965,974
2▲▼
£864,046
£4,830,020
4
£508,262
£5,338,282
4▲▼
£298,978
£5,637,260
5
£175,869
£5,813,129
7
£103,452
£5,916,581
7▲▼
£60,854
£5,977,435
9
£35,796
£6,013,231
9▲▼
£21,056
£6,034,287
Box Office Gross Flow
£
2.5M
1.5M
864K
508.3K
299K
175.9K
103.5K

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1992

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Twenty five years ago
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