The laserdisc had no previews; instead, replacing all of the previews is the LaserVision logo.
The earliest copies of Peter Pan were printed in March 1990, and the price for Peter Pan was $24.99. The sale for this video and The Little Mermaid ended on April 30, 1991, the former selling 7 million copies.
There was another film last seen theatrically in 1989 called The Rescuers, but it wasn't released on VHS in 1990.
Take to the skies for the most magical, musical animated adventure of all time with the one and only Peter Pan! Based on the beloved story by Sir James Barrie, this timeless tale springs to life with breathtaking artistry, memorable songs and unforgettable characters. Join the mischievous Peter Pan, the young boy who refuses to grow up, his hot-tempered pixie companion, Tinker Bell, and the wider-eyed Darling children as they battle the most notorious, uproarious villain of them all, Captain Hook! Just take the second star to the right and go straight on till morning and you too will reach the wonderful world of Never land... for once you let your heart take flight, you can never grow old!
|1||Red warning screens||September 1984|
|2||"Coming To Theaters"||April 1990|
|3||Sneak preview of The Rescuers Down Under|
|4||"Now On Videocassette"|
|5||Video preview for The Little Mermaid|
|6||Walt Disney Classics logo||June 1989|
|7||Peter Pan (restored verison)||July 1989|
In Other Countries
|Country of origin||Release date|
|Japan||July 5, 1991|
|March 15, 1996|
|United Kingdom||March 15, 1993|
|Australia||March 5, 1993|
|South Korea||April 28, 1994|
In several countries in Europe, Australia, and in South Korea, the film was last re-released in theaters in 1992.
Peter Pan premiered on the Disney Channel on September 21, 1991, and remained on the Disney Channel through at least November 29, 1991.