Captain Cook is the evil enemy of Peter Pan after the boy who never grows up severs the pirate’s hand during a duel and feds it to a crocodile. The storyline was introduced in a 1904 play by Scottish novelist Sir James Matthew Barrie. Walt Disney elevated it into a classic with the release of the Peter Pan movie in 1953. Nearby this topiary at the United Kingdom Pavilion are sculptures of Peter Pan and Tick-Tock the Croc. If you are a fan of this swashbuckling villain, you might enjoy a quick-serve meal at Captain Cook’s restaurant in Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.