It may not be considered a traditional holiday film, but few stories bring more spirit and magic to the screen than “Peter Pan.” In 1924, director Herbert Brenon made the first feature film adaptation of J.M. Barrie’s classic play about a group of children whisked to a far-off land where no one ages. On Monday at 7 p.m., the Coolidge Corner Theatre presents a restored 35mm print of “Peter Pan” as part of its Sounds of Silents series.
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