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White Rayla has one in The Witcher series, as the result of being tortured by elves, the same event that made her hair white with trauma. When she appears in the game, the torture is mentioned, but she bears no visible signs of it and has both her hands intact. The first known publication of the story occurred on November 8, 1960, when a reader letter telling the story was reprinted in Dear Abby, a popular advice column: The High Priest of Tyr has a hook replacing his right hand. Fitting, as in Norse Mythology Tyr lost his hand to Fenrir. This might be self-mutilation as part of the creed.

Dusty Raging Fist have a stage where you fight pirate versions of regular enemies, including crocodiles, bulls, rats, and others. Many of them which have hooks for hands to complete their "pirate" look. In Fantasmic! at Disneyland, there is a scene in which we see Captain Hook and Peter Pan duelling aboard the Jolly Roger (portrayed by the Sailing Ship Columbia). This is replaced by a short re-enactment of Disney's Pocahontas at Disney's Hollywood Studios. The role of Captain Hook in the musical adaptation of Finding Neverland is played by the same actor playing Charles Frohman. The role was originted in Leicester by Oliver Boot. In the American Repertory Theater try out the role was played by Michael McGrath. Kelsey Grammer originated the role in the Broadway cast and replacements for the role in the production include Anthony Warlow, Terrence Mann, and Marc Kudisch. Tom Hewitt played the role in the first US national tour. In the sequel Return to Never Land (2002), Hook mistakes Wendy's daughter Jane for Wendy and uses her as bait to lure Peter Pan to his death. After this fails, he promises to take Jane home if she will help him find the island's treasure, and "not to harm a single hair on Peter Pan's head". This last promise is kept when he pulls a single hair from Peter's head, declaring "the rest of him is mine". At the end of the film, he and the crew are pursued into the distance by a giant octopus. In the animated film Peter Pan (1953), Captain Hook is a far more comical villain than the original character: he is seen as a vain coward with a childish temper who is prone to crying out in terror. During the film's early development, the story department analysed Hook's character as "a fop... Yet very mean, to the point of being murderous. This combination of traits should cause plenty of amusement whenever he talks or acts". [10]In the play, it is implied that Hook attended Eton College and Balliol College, Oxford, [7] [8] and his final words are "Floreat Etona", Eton's motto. In the novel, Hook's last words are a similarly upper-class "bad form", in disapproval of the way Peter Pan beats him by throwing him overboard. Brunvand, Jan Harold (1994). The Baby Train and Other Lusty Urban Legends. W.W. Norton & Company. ISBN 978-0-393-31208-9. Peter Pan (2003). Jason Isaacs plays the only Captain Hook who's actually shown as having an ugly scarred stump of his right arm, before we see him strapping on the heavy complicated leather harness that holds his hook in place. Williams, David Park (1965). "Hook and Ahab: Barrie's Strange Satire on Melville". PMLA. 80 (5): 483–488. doi: 10.2307/460839. JSTOR 460839. S2CID 163344199. In Violine, Muller gets a variation of these (hooked claws) after nearly being eaten by crocodiles.

According to the (2007 non- canon) novel Capt. Hook: The Adventures of a Notorious Youth, Captain Hook was the illegitimate son of a nobleman, "Lord B", and an unnamed woman Hook has never met (implied to be the Queen). Disowned by Lord B., James Matthew is reared by a Shakespearean actress he calls Aunt Emily, and unwillingly attends Eton College as an Oppidan scholar, where he is an avid reader of Shakespeare and Shelley, and his motto is "Knowledge is Power". He describes many things as first-rate – "Topping Swank", and punctuates his sentences with "The End". He is very interested in the French Revolution. Fireworks: Celebrate the Magic • Disney Enchantment • Disney Movie Magic • Fantasy in the Sky • Happily Ever After • Ignite the Dream: A Nighttime Spectacular of Magic and Light • Magic, Music and Mayhem • The Magic, the Memories and You • Remember... Dreams Come True • World of Color Wario: Two enemies, Captain Coin from Wario Land 4 and Captain Skull from Wario World, have a hook for at least one hand (the latter also has a cannon replacing the other hand). Eugenides in Megan Whalen Turner's King of Attolia uses a hook as a replacement for his right hand. It seems mostly useful in battle, since the inner edge is described as knife-sharp.

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Actor Hans Conried set the tone and pathos for Disney's interpretation of Hook, as he was the original voice for the Captain, as well as, in the tradition of the stage play, Mr. Darling, and performed live-action reference for the two characters. [13] In subsequent Disney animation, Hook is voiced by Corey Burton. Captain Hook ( フック船長, Fukku Senchō) appears in the Action/RPG game Kingdom Hearts, in cooperation with Maleficent and other villains. He uses his pirate ship to travel between worlds. His Japanese voice actor was Chikao Ōhtsuka up until Birth by Sleep, where Chikao Ōhtsuka was cast as Master Xehanort and Hook thus voiced by Naoya Uchida. His English voice actor is Corey Burton. Leatherface's brother Tech (alternatively known as Tinker) from Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III. The origins of the Hook legend are not entirely known, though, according to folklorist and historian Jan Harold Brunvand, the story began to circulate some time in the 1950s in the United States. [1] According to Brunvand in The Vanishing Hitchhiker: American Urban Legends and Their Meanings, the story had become widespread amongst American teenagers by 1959, and continued to expand into the 1960s. [4] Snopes writer David Mikkelson has speculated that the legend might have roots in real-life lovers' lane murders, such as the 1946 Texarkana Moonlight Murders. [2] Calibos in Clash of the Titans (1981). After Perseus cuts off his left hand, it is replaced by a short trident.

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