Captain Hook Quotes (31 quotes)
Captain Hook & Mr. Smee
Sign in. Smee into returning Princess Tiger Lily to the Indians. The real Hook notices Smee rowing past him, out of Skull Rock]. Smee : Well, at last, Captain Hook's comin' to his senses. Smee : Just what you told me, Captain: carrying out your orders. Captain Hook : My orders? Smee : Why, yes, Captain.
Smee is a featured article , which means it has been identified as one of the best articles produced by the Disney Wiki community. If you see a way this page can be updated or improved without compromising previous work, please feel free to contribute. Smee is the secondary antagonist of Disney 's animated feature film, Peter Pan. He is Captain Hook 's loyal first mate, though his bumbling behavior often prevents him from being much help. Unlike previous villain sidekicks, the filmmakers felt that Smee was the first sidekick to have a truly memorable part in the story. Animator Ollie Johnston was given the job to animate. Johnston once noted that Smee was one of his favorite characters to animate, as he wasn't just the villain's lackey, but a fully realized personality of his own in the story.
In Steven Spielberg's film Hook, Smee (played by Bob to Hook's private quarters, is seen preparing meals for the Captain and even.
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Smee is Captain Hook 's boatswain in J. Smee seems an oddly genial man for a pirate; Barrie describes him as "Irish", the only Nonconformist among Hook's crew, and "a man who stabbed without offence" — and is portrayed in the multiple pantomimes or movies of Peter Pan as a rather stupid but entertaining man interested in loot rather than Hook's more evil pleasures. Smee typically represents a humorous side to pirating, often portrayed as a portly man with a bulbous nose and red cheeks, although Barrie hinted at a darker side. When captured by Hook, every child in the brig loves Smee — he cannot lay a fist on them and does their darning — despite his belief that they fear him. Hook considers that Smee has good form without knowing it, which is of course the best form of all. He almost tears into Smee for this but knows that clawing a man for having good form is very bad form. Smee offers to save Wendy from the plank, if only she promises to be his mother — an offer she refuses, in Barrie's words, "Not even for Smee".