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George Darling as a pompous and angry man; he states to Mary and Millicent that he must become a man "that children fear and adults respect", and he again screams at his daughter Wendy for her to grow up, here scheduling formal instruction for his daughter the following morning with his sister Millicent (who suggested it in the first place) instead of just kicking her out of the nursery. It is implied in some of Wendy's lines that she is afraid of her father and his fits of anger.