Pocahontas 1995 G CC

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(390) IMDb 6.6/10
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A musical version of the story of the legendary Indian princess.

Starring:
Irene Bedard, Judy Kuhn
Runtime:
1 hour 22 minutes

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Pocahontas

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Adventure, Kids & Family
Director Mike Gabriel, Eric Goldberg
Starring Irene Bedard, Judy Kuhn
Supporting actors Mel Gibson, David Ogden Stiers, John Kassir, Russell Means, Christian Bale, Linda Hunt, Danny Mann, Billy Connolly, Joe Baker, Frank Welker, Michelle St. John, James Apaumut Fall, Gordon Tootoosis, Lesa Wakwashbosha Green, Rebecca 'Dasse Manitsa' Hawkins, Gayle Melassa Pope, Stephen Snow Owl Bunch, Ginny Ah'Chantooni Frazier
Studio Walt Disney Pictures
MPAA rating G (General Audience)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 3-day viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
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Customer Reviews

My granddaughter and I love to watch this movie together.
Babe'sdelight
Nice video....I really wanted to purchase the DVD and bought this by accident....It is nice but I wanted the DVD....
Connie P.
One, of course, the obvious "Disney" songs, which get better or worse depending on the movie.
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69 of 73 people found the following review helpful By T. Dissinger on January 26, 2007
Format: DVD
The Gold Collection disc is too flawed to seriously consider at this point with the "10th Anniversary{ two-disc set now out.

Gold Collection:

1. Worst DVD tranfer of a Disney film in recent memory

2. No "If I Never Knew You". Not even the rough cut.

3. Extras: a Trailer and some music videos. Not much going on here.

4. Not anamorphic

10th Anniversary:

1. Anamorphic 16:9

2. Great new transfer

3. "If I Never Knew You" in the movie and completely animated. Major addition to the last half of the movie.

4. Both versions of the film, the 1995 cut and the 2003 "Director's Cut".

5. Loads of extras including a documentary, updated audio commentary track, sections for each major character with art, concept drawings, deleted scenes, scenes that never made it past the concept stage......you get the idea.
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59 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Monty Moonlight VINE VOICE on August 29, 2006
Format: DVD
Loosely rooted in real American history and based upon people who once actually lived, "Pocahontas" is a very different kind of animated classic from the House of Mouse. It's the tale of a beautiful, free-spirited, young (but not as young as Disney's usual) Native American princess who crosses paths with an English explorer named John Smith, only to have romance quickly develop between them. John Smith arrives in the Americas just in time for Pocahontas, who is troubled by her father's wish that she marry hometown hero Kocoum and, confused all the more by a mysterious dream, is in search of a different path to follow. John Smith is also in search of something, and when he finds Pocahontas, he thinks he has found it. The problem is, John is filled with prejudices against Pocahontas and her people, until she shows him the light. She teaches him about the beauty and wonder of nature and how we are all connected to each other. But love makes John an easy sell. His fellow English settlers are not quite so easily convinced. They only see the Indians as dangerous savages that must be destroyed to make the area safe to live in. Matters are made worse by the greed of their leader, Governor Ratcliffe, who is convinced the savages are hoarding the gold he can't seem to find by digging up the land. Their violent actions lead to violent reactions from the tribe, which culminate in a fiery confrontation that only Pocahontas's love and understanding can bring to peace.

The first time I saw Pocahontas, and for long after that, I had mixed feelings about it. I'm a hardcore Disney fan, and there's little I hate more than to be disappointed in a Disney animated feature. Unfortunately, this was something I had to deal with for... possibly the first time ever in theaters upon seeing "Pocahontas.
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65 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Bruce Gray VINE VOICE on November 19, 2003
Format: DVD
Just a quick note here - if you are thinking of purchasing a copy of Pocahontas now, just wait a little while.

On May 3, 2005, Disney will be releasing a "Special Edition", tenth anniversary, 2-disc DVD release that will be similar to thier recent reissue of Sleeping Beauty and other Disney classics.

With all of the features on that, people who buy this DVD now will be disappointed if they don't wait.

Disney will be adding the usual "Making of" clips, some pre-production art, and other features that make their "Special Editions" great, to this new edition of Pocahontas.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 31, 1999
Format: VHS Tape
This is Disney's best movie ever. John and Pocahontas love is so sweet and true. And very forbidden because of some peoples prejustice. And I think that many people don't like this movie because they have the same prejustices as Governor Racliff (The bad guy). This movie is beautiful made, has great music and a fabulous plot. John Smith are make so beautiful that one can not help but fall in love with him at first sight. As Grandmother Willow says: " He has a clean spirit. And he is handsome, too." People will remember this movie and it will make a ever lasting impression on everyone when the love ones are forced to part because of the hate in other peoples hearts who can not see that ALL people are created equal and have the same rights NO matter their colour. If you don't cry for John and Pocahontas in the end of the movie then you must have a heart of stone.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Bruce Aguilar on September 3, 2001
Format: DVD
Sadly, people expect Pocahontas to be another Lion King, which it is not. It's a much more quiet, serious, magical, more adult love story and of the recent Disney films, the one that touches me the most. Unfortunately, the DVD transfer is terrible.
At least it's presented in widescreen, but on all other counts the DVD is sub-par. The image is washed out, grainy and the colors seem to bleed a bit. Plus the sound is a bit distant sounding at times. I have the deluxe laserdic edition wich was a perfect transfer. Why they didn't just use that for the DVD I'll never know. There are a few extras included like the stroy book mode which lets you read or have the story read to you, 2 music videos, a short and simple trivia game and the obligatory trailer.
Reading through these reviews I don't understand why people expect this film to be historically accurate. First of all this is Disney. They even revise all their stories so they are more to their liking. Secondly, it was said again and again in all of the offical information for Pocahontas that it was based on the LEGEND of Pocahontas. Besides, it could never be historically accurate because historians themselves disagree on the actual events. Does all this mean that we should be deprived of experiencing a marvolous film that teaches compassion and the evils of bigotry? I think not.
This film is Disney's first serious attempt at growing up and presenting deeper, more realistic emotions into it's films. It was a courageous step taken in the most beautiful way. The songs are wonderful and moving. You're sure to be singing them long after the film has ended. My girpes with the film are it should have been longer, even more adult and the touching love song, If I Never Knew You should never have been cut.
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