June 16, 1995.
Released on video in 1996.
Just Around the Riverbend
Steady as the Beating Drum
Colors of the Wind
If I Never Knew You
Pocahontas was the first of Disney's animated feature films to be based on historical fact.
The creative team who worked on the film consulted with Native American scholars and storytellers so that the aspects Powhatan culture that they incorporated into the film were authentic.
They also researched the Colonial period and made visits to Jamestown in order to get the look and style of the film right.
The film had an outdoor premiere in New York's Central Park on June 10, 1995.
It won two Academy Awards in 1995 for Best Original Musical Or Comedy Score; and Best Original Song, "Colors Of The Wind."
, "Colors Of The Wind." also won a Golden Globe in 1995 for Best Original Song, Motion Picture.
John Smith: Pocahontas, that tree is talking to me.
Pocahontas: Then you should talk back.
Grandmother Willow: Don't be frightened, young man. My bark is worse than my bite.
Pocahontas: Say something.
John Smith: What do you say to a tree?
Grandmother Willow: Sometimes the right path is not always the easiest one.
John Smith: I'd rather die tomorrow than live a hundred years without knowing you.
Pocahontas: I can't leave you.
John Smith: You never will. No matter what happens to me, I'll always be with you. Forever.
DVD & Soundtrack
DVD Bonus Features
- 2 Versions Of The Film: 10th Anniverary Edition Features "If I Never Knew You," Seamlessly Integrated Into The Film; Original Theatrical Release
- Deleted Scenes
- All-New "Follow Your Heart" Set-Top Game
- Disney's Art Project -- Build A Drum And Create A Dreamcatcher
- Sing-Along Songs
- Multilanguage Reel
- The Making Of POCAHONTAS
Two different worlds. One true love.
An American legend comes to life.
The Union Flag is torn at the beginning of the storm, but later in the scene it's back to normal.
Land in Virginia near Jamestown is flat, however cliffs are shown in the film.
Indians didn't plant corn in rows.
When the sailors are surrounding Ratcliffe at the end, their shadows are all facing inwards which is impossible.
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