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Disney's take on this historical confrontation between European settlers and Native Americans follows the paths of two future lovers. One is British adventurer John Smith, who travels the Atlantic with the Virginia Company to establish Jamestown. On the
- Music Videos: Colors of the Wind & If I Never Knew You
- Interactive Read-Along
- Interactive Trivia Game
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Unfortunately the digital version does not include the extra song: "If I Never Knew You".
Picture was great, sound was great and even if it isn't historically accurate, it is a beautiful movie in many ways.
Ignore the SJW haters and enjoy the classic film and maybe educate yourself on the real story too.
This also includes Pocahontas 2, which is a decent enough movie on it's own but no where near as good as the first.
The best song in it is "Where Do I Go From Here" which is actually quite good.
When I first watched the cut/edited version of Pocahontas as a kid, it wasn't my favourite Disney film, because I felt that something was missing. But, when I watched it again with the missing scenes and song, it elevated Pocahontas to being one of my most favourite Disney films. The powerful songs and etheral animation seems to come together more cohesively in this version. I choose to completely ignore the sequel even thought it's more historically accurate, because once you watch the 10th Anniversary Edition of the movie and see the love between Pocahontas and John Smith as they sing their love song, you will not be able to imagine Pocahontas ending up with anyone else but John Smith, let alone John Rolfe.
The main thing I did not like about the movie and did not mention above is the character of Grandmother Willow which is a giant willow tree with a women's face. Those scenes just made the movie weird. Pocahontas is the first Disney movie to be bases on a real life person even if the movie did interpret the events correctly. Pocahontas is an enjoyable movie to watch and gets an A+.
A. Pocahontas Read-Along
B. Pocahontas Trivia Game
C. Music Video
a. Colors of the Wind - Performed by Vanessa Williams
b. If You Never Knew - Performed by Jon Secada and Shanice
D. Theatrical Trailer
A. The Little Mermaid II Return to the Sea
B. The Tigger Movie
C. Toy Story 2
A. The Hunchback of Notre Dame
B. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
C. The Aristocats
D. Aladdin and the King of Thieves