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Disney Pocahontas

Disney. „Pocahontas“ gilt gemeinhin als einer der liebenswerten Zeichentrick-​Klassiker von Disney, der schon einige Generationen bestens. Walt Disneys Meisterwerk Pocahontas entführt in eine faszinierende Welt voller überwältigender Farbenpracht, Humor und Oscar-preisgekrönter Musik! Die Ankunft eines fremden Schiffes, angeführt von dem englischen Kapitän John Smith, versetzt die Indianer vom Stamme der Powhatan in Aufregung. Dagegen kennt die Neugier der Häuptlingstochter Pocahontas keine Grenzen. Mit Hilfe ihrer weisen.

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Disney Pocahontas

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Touched by Pocahontas' love and wisdom, Powhatan then comes to his senses, puts a ceasefire on their fight and releases John.

When the enraged Governor Ratcliffe rejects the offer of peace Powhatan offers by sparing and releasing Smith, he shoots at him, only for Smith to push him out of the way and take the bullet himself.

Soon after, a wounded John asks Pocahontas to come with him to England, but she explains that her place is in Virginia, with her people. To comfort him, she tells him that "no matter what happens, I'll always be with you, forever.

As it is leaving, she runs as fast as she can to a cliff overlooking the ocean. Smith waves goodbye in the Powhatan fashion, and she does so the same way, as she showed to him earlier when they first met, as the ship sails away.

Several years after the original film, Pocahontas has been mourning Smith's apparent death in England. She eventually decides to move on and buries his compass which he gave to her before going back to England in the snow.

Unknown to her, his death is part of a plot by Ratcliffe to manipulate England into a war with the Indians.

Later on, Pocahontas has a run-in with an English diplomat named John Rolfe, who has recently sailed to Virginia.

They do not get along at first, with her disliking his interference in a near-skirmish between the Powhatan and the English, while he dislikes her for rebuking him for said interference.

He later overhears of her role in stopping war and mistakenly assumes her to be the Chief, rather than the young woman he just met.

Later that night, Rolfe appears at Pocahontas' village with a gift for her but is astonished when he learns her identity.

He reveals that Powhatan must come to England to meet with King James ; otherwise, he will allow England to go to war with the Indians. When Powhatan refuses to go, Pocahontas volunteers instead.

Pocahontas visits Grandmother Willow the next day, asking for advice for the journey, and is told to "listen to the spirit within. They come to a truce.

Upon arriving in England, Pocahontas is astounded by this "new world". But at the height of her fun, Ratcliffe appears and grins evilly when he finds out she is the ambassador instead of Powhatan.

He hands Rolfe a proclamation that King James has signed that says an armada is going to set sail to destroy the Powhatan tribe.

Rolfe and Pocahontas set out for his townhouse outside of London , where Mrs. Jenkins happily greets them and puts on tea.

Rolfe goes off to meet with King James alone. If she is deemed "uncivilized", however, then the armada will sail. Rolfe and Mrs. Jenkins teach Pocahontas how to fit into English society, dressing her as an Englishwoman and teaching her how to dance.

At first, she impresses King James and Queen Anne, but during dinner, she is horrified by a bear-baiting spectacle.

Unknown to her, Ratcliffe had arranged it knowing she would not approve. She angers King James by calling him and his people barbarians, and as a result, she and her bodyguard, Uttamatomakkin , assigned by Powhatan, are arrested and scheduled to be executed.

Later on, Rolfe and a disguised Smith break Pocahontas and Uttamatomakkin out of the Tower of London and escape into the woods to avoid King James' troops.

She is shocked when Smith reveals himself and says that the rumors of his death were "greatly exaggerated. Smith explains that he had gone into hiding to avoid a treason conviction.

While he wants to resume his relationship with Pocahontas, she is more concerned about the armada scheduled to sail to Virginia to attack her people.

Rolfe and Smith begin to argue over a course of action. Smith believes Pocahontas should stay in hiding to avoid being hanged or decapitated, while Rolfe believes she should follow her heart.

She runs off, upset at the arguing between them, while Smith realizes that Rolfe is in love with her. How Smith feels about this seems rather vague.

After spending some time at the edge of a river, remembering what Nakoma said back in Virginia, and reuniting with Meeko, Flit , and Percy , she soon returns, ready to face King James herself and face the consequences, whatever they may be, earning both Smith and Rolfe's respect for her bravery.

The next day, Pocahontas prepares to face King James, willing to sacrifice herself to save her people. Upon seeing that he is alive and well, King James realizes that Ratcliffe has lied about everything.

Pocahontas says they need to stop the armada, but Queen Anne reveals that they have already left. Pocahontas counters that they must at least try, and it turns out that the armada had not actually set sail just yet.

She, Smith, and Rolfe are able to stop them, and Ratcliffe is arrested by King James when he returns to shore, facing severe punishment for his crimes.

Smith is given a ship of his own and a royal pardon, while Rolfe is offered an advisory position to King James. During the celebratory ball, Pocahontas plans to return home on the next ship and is trying to work up the courage to ask Rolfe whom she has fallen in love with to come with her.

Smith plans on traveling the world and wants her to come with him, but she explains that she feels that they've grown too far apart while also assuring him that she does and will always still care about him as a friend.

He, after thinking it over, understands what she's getting at and accepts her decision, wishing her happiness for the future, and she wishes him the same.

After he leaves, she goes in search of Rolfe, but as she'll be leaving soon to sail back to Virginia, she's ultimately forced to board the ship by herself.

When she becomes saddened by the fact that she'll probably never seem Rolfe again, he emerges from the shadows, and they embrace. When she asks him, "What about your duty to the King," he responds by saying, "I have a duty to honor what's in my heart.

In " Suddenly Hades ", Pocahontas was seen with her hair blowing in the air conditioned wind. When Pete breaks the air conditioner, she leaves along with the other guests.

Disney during the headcount of all the guests. In " House of Turkey ", Pocahontas was seen walking into the club with John Smith and the colors of the wind.

In " Thanks to Minnie ", she and Meeko were part of Clarabelle 's gossip chain. She passes the gossip to Robin Hood.

In Ralph Breaks the Internet , Pocahontas appears as a netizen in Oh My Disney , where she and the other Disney princesses work as cast members partaking in meet-and-greets with net users.

As a nod to her animation in her debut film, her hair is in constant motion, even when indoors. Leaves occasionally circulate around her as well.

During their break, Vanellope von Schweetz infiltrates their backstage room; Pocahontas is seen having her hair tended to by Cinderella when Vanellope arrives.

Like the other princesses, she believes Vanellope to be a threat and charges at her with Chief Powhatan's club.

Vanellope hastily declares that she's a princess as well, and though this is able to ease the princesses a bit, she is still suspicious.

She questions what kind of princess Vanellope is, but the latter doesn't have a clear answer. When Cinderella asks if animals talk to Vanellope, Pocahontas is seen snuggling with Meeko on her shoulder.

When Jasmine asks if Vanellope has "daddy issues", she notes that she doesn't have a mother, which Pocahontas relates. After declaring Vanellope a true princess, Cinderella becomes inspired by Vanellope's casual modern outfit.

She has her mice sew together comfy modern clothes for each of the princesses to match Vanellope.

Pocahontas dons an indigo shirt that features a graphic of a howling wolf in front of a blue moon that reads "BLUE CORN MOON" underneath a nod to "Colors of the Wind" , tan pants with patterns to represent her tribe and brown moccasins and seen lounging on the couch while snuggling Meeko.

Ariel dreamily expresses her love for the new outfit through song a parody of " Part of Your World " , but Vanellope cuts her off in confusion.

Tiana explains that when a princess wants to express her dreams, she sings a song. Vanellope has never had such an experience, and Pocahontas advises her to find some water and stare at it.

The other princesses agree, referring to their respective musical numbers that took place near a body of water.

During the climax, Pocahontas and the other princesses set off to rescue Wreck-It Ralph from falling to his doom. After some of the princesses use their gowns as parachutes to catch him, Ariel signals for Pocahontas to summon the wind to gently guide him to safety.

Once he regains his consciousness, Pocahontas and the others befriend him. In Aladdin and the King of Thieves , when Genie tries to capture Aladdin's father , he transforms himself into Pocahontas and jumps off a plane.

In the series finale of At Home With Olaf , a short clip of the first film featuring Pocahontas appears during a montage of heartwarming moments from Disney films playing in Olaf 's song " I Am with You ".

Pocahontas appears at the Walt Disney Parks and Resorts for meet-and-greets on a recurring basis.

She is the most common Pocahontas character, next to Meeko. She is dressed in her buckskin dress from both films; instead of her feet being bare, however, she wears matching shoes to protect her feet though she does say that back at the village she takes them off and moves around barefoot.

Pocahontas has an incredibly notable role in the World of Color nighttime spectacular at Disney California Adventure during the nature-focused "Colors of the Earth" segment.

Pocahontas is most prominently featured in the Disney's Hollywood Studios incarnation of Fantasmic! Ratcliffe is freed from prison by Hades in the guise of Lord Indigo of the East Underworld Trading Company and makes a deal to gain control over Frontierland in exchange for the crystal of the Magic Kingdom.

Ratcliffe agrees, but soon enough, he begins to panic as the crystal is nowhere in sight, but being that Pocahontas knows the land, he kidnaps Meeko in an attempt to force her into helping him find it.

Fortunately, the guests defeat him with magic, making him fall off of his ship. In it, she and Grandmother Willow taught park guests about the forest life and how to protect them, with assistance from a new young tree character named Sprig and multiple live animals.

She's also known to come out for meet-and-greets on the ship and a "magic maker" in the show Believe. In , Disney released images portraying the various official princesses in glamorized, sparkling, and glittering formal princess wear, which has become known as a redesign.

Pocahontas received multiple changes in her late redesign. Feathered earrings with leather cords and turquoise beads at the end frame her face and her dress is now beige and more elaborate with the addition of feathers and turquoise stones.

Her late mother's necklace is painted gold and studded with turquoise stones instead of being a solid blue, while the pendant at the end is a bluestone instead of silver.

Notably, the traditionally barefoot princess now wears knee-high soft suede boots. In , the Disney Princess merchandise got a new style for their products.

Along with the new style, Pocahontas received some new colors for her redesign. Disney has seemed to use the real Pocahontas only as loose inspiration rather than an homage to her life with the main parts only kept the same were the names used, ethnicity, and geographic location.

In doing so, Disney effectively turned the historic Pocahontas into their own original character while writing an alternative account of history and historic-figures.

They don't even have opposing thumbs. For Pocahontas, Broadway stage manager, director and producer James Pentecost was brought onboard where he made his feature film debut as a producer.

The trip also included a visit to the Pamunkey Indian Reservation and conducted interviews with historians at Old Dominion University. Ultimately, when it came to light that historical accuracy was not being pursued to the extent she had hoped, McGowan has voiced her feelings of shame she felt in conjunction with her work on the film, saying, "[she] wish[ed her] name wasn't on it".

Additional Native American consultants were brought in to authenticate the clothing and war dance choreography.

That same month, Katzenberg held a meeting with the Feature Animation staff in which he declared Pocahontas to be a hit, while the concept for The Lion King was deemed experimental.

As a result, most of the animators of Walt Disney Feature Animation decided to work on Pocahontas instead, believing it would be the more prestigious and successful of the two.

In January , Carl Binder joined the project, having previous expertise as a television writer on popular sitcoms such as Punky Brewster and television series such as War of the Worlds , Friday the 13th: The Series , and Top Cops.

Grant herself was selected by Disney as a screenwriter on Pocahontas after winning the Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting awarded by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences the year before while still attending film school.

Onboard as a screenwriter, she was only one of the many who was contributing the specific vision the upper management at Disney had in mind and collaborated alongside with Native American consultants.

While working on the movie, Grant wrote to a specific story outline, and no scene was rewritten less than thirty-five times until it was perfect.

Story supervisor Tom Sito, who became the project's unofficial historical consultant, did extensive research into the early colonial era and the story of John Smith and Pocahontas and was confronted over the historical inaccuracies from historians.

Already knowing that in reality, Pocahontas married John Rolfe, Mike Gabriel explained it was felt that "the story of Pocahontas and Rolfe was too complicated and violent for a youthful audience" so instead, they would focus on Pocahontas' meeting with John Smith.

The filmmakers discovered that Pocahontas was around twelve years old and Smith was "not a very likable character", in which producer James Pentecost confessed that dramatic license was indeed to be taken.

Likewise, when searching for an appropriate age for Pocahontas to begin her relationship with Smith, Glen Keane explained, "We had the choice of being historically accurate or socially responsible, so we chose the socially responsible side" by increasing Pocahontas's age from a girl into a young woman.

One of Gabriel's early ideas was for Pocahontas's mother to be embodied in a certain star in the sky that by the end of the film, she would help Pocahontas find her path to Smith.

However, The Lion King had concurrently carried a similar idea of the ancestors giving wisdom and guidance to the protagonist so the idea was discarded.

Similarly, Michael Eisner pushed for Pocahontas to have a mother lamenting that "We're always getting fried for having no mothers. In reality, it was Winfield who despised John Smith, but the filmmakers preferred the sinister sound of "Ratcliffe".

The writers would continue to adapt actual events into the film such as Pocahontas warning Smith that the Indians were after him, so he can escape in the middle of the night, Powhatan ordering the captured Smith to make bead necklaces to humiliate him, and Pocahontas being captured by Ratcliffe instead of Samuel Argall , though none of them worked with the story.

Sito mentioned that Joe Grant contributed heavily towards the film, and was the creator of Redfeather, Meeko, and Flit. Grant, was revised to become mute.

Following the death of John Candy in March , co-screenwriter Susannah Grant decided the turkey was inappropriate for the script she co-wrote for Pocahontas, and a more realistic approach would have the animals pantomime instead of talking.

Joe Grant stated Redfeather "had comic potential—he thought he was handsome, a lady's man. When we decided he couldn't talk, and, having no hands, he couldn't mime For the spiritual ancestor, a male character named Old Man River was originally envisioned, and Gregory Peck was cast in the role.

However, Peck realized the character ought to be a maternal figure so the character was scrapped. Conceived as a Tree of Life whose seasonal changes would frame the story, Grandmother Willow grew out of a concept sketch of a sawed-off tree with a branch pointing to its right drawn by Grant, which would serve as a narrator that would "remember back to Pocahontas years earlier".

Grant would continue to protest to have the tree be more a character within the story and her character flowered into the idea of a grandmotherly spiritual adviser to Pocahontas.

However, fellow veteran story artist Burny Mattinson stated "Jeffrey [Katzenberg] wanted to get rid of Grandmother Willow. He didn't like her because she was ordinary, unfunny.

They were having [story] problems, some story men were bolting. Peter [Schneider] said I want you to get over there and work in there.

All of a sudden: 'Oh, I want her in! Throughout most of the production, the cast members performed their dialogue in separate recording sessions.

In September , Disney began casting actors for Pocahontas telling talent agents that it's particularly interested in Native American actors for the project.

For the role of Pocahontas, Broadway actress-singer Judy Kuhn was hired to provide the singing voice for the titular character before Irene Bedard was cast.

Kuhn explained, "They said, 'You are going to do the dialogue unless we find a Native American actress whose singing voice matched yours.

According to Bedard, she took a train to Buffalo, New York where she was walked in wearing a sundress and a straw hat, and read for the part.

Back on the set of Lakota Woman, she learned that she was cast in the role. Michelle St. John had also auditioned for the role of Pocahontas, but despite that Bedard had been cast, the producers liked her voice enough to cast her in the role of Nakoma.

Mel Gibson was cast as English settler John Smith following a desire to make "something for my kids. Christian Bale auditioned for the role of Thomas, and he explained in an interview with Disney Adventures that after he was cast, "the directors played with Thomas being Irish and Scottish and younger than I am, so I had to raise my voice and do different accents.

But the more we did it, the more he became like me--older and English. Russell Means also auditioned for a role, though he expressed displeasure with the script stating that Native Americans addressed each other using proper names rather than the traditional "my father" or "my friend".

Native American actor Gordon Tootoosis was also cast as the tribal shaman Nekata. Renowned for animating female characters such as Ariel, supervising animator Glen Keane was immediately tapped to draw the titular Indian princess.

Following the demands of Jeffrey Katzenberg to make the title character "the most idealized and finest woman ever made", Keane first began to seek his inspirations for his depictions for Pocahontas from Shirley 'Little Dove' Custalow-McGowan and Debbie White Dove, women he had met during the research trip to Virginia.

Keane recalled meeting the women, "So I turned around and there's this beautiful Indian woman walking up; a Native American.

She said 'Are you Glen Keane? The animator that's going to do Pocahontas? Keane also looked to a depiction of Pocahontas from a history book he had to check out, though Keane would state she was "not exactly a candidate for People's "Most Beautiful" issue [so] I made a few adjustments to add an Asian feeling to her face.

Following the closure of Sullivan-Bluth Studios in , John Pomeroy, who notoriously resigned alongside Don Bluth during work on The Fox and the Hound in , returned to his former employer and was assigned as the supervising animator of John Smith.

Describing Smith's development throughout production, Pomeroy stated, "The first concepts looked like a real well-groomed adventurer. Kind of predictable.

Then we started making him a little sloppier. We tried looks where he was sloppily dressed, or where he had a couple of days' growth of beard At first, Smith carried a lot of guns and daggers, but eventually, these were cut out.

Each time the design got simpler, it got better. Initially assigned as a supervising animator on The Lion King , Nik Ranieri did character designs and test animation for Timon but moved over to Pocahontas growing frustrated with an indecisive vision from the directors.

There, he was assigned to animated Redfeather until Jeffrey Katzenberg ordered for the animals to be mute. Finding feathers difficult for Redfeather to gesture with, he was again assigned to animate Meeko using a Little Golden Books animal book illustrated by Gustaf Tenggren as a reference.

Leyendecker as were Pocahontas and John Smith. Duncan Marjoribanks utilized geometric shapes to create Ratcliffe. In early drafts of the character, he had the body similar to a pear, but to make him appear more arrogant, the animator increased the force of gravity on his chest so that he seemed more pompous and physically threatening.

For Grandmother Willow, the face was traditionally animated by Buck, while the cowl and the trunk of the tree were digitally animated under the supervision of Steve Goldberg.

Assisted with the effect animators, a 3D software program was employed for the bark to be individually manipulated and for the face to match with the computer-generated texture.

While Mulan was within its pre-production stages, 18 minutes were animated by animators and artists at the Disney-MGM Studios. For the film's art director, Gabriel selected Michael Giamio who shared his painting style of shape-based and secondary art details.

Following the death of his longtime collaborator Howard Ashman in , Alan Menken wrote the remaining songs for Aladdin with Tim Rice at his home in London, in which the New York-based composer found to be difficult.

When work on Aladdin was commenced, Kevin Bannerman - the film's director of development - stated Rice "was always gallivanting around the world and it was difficult to get him and Alan together And so here was Stephen [Schwartz], who had written scores that we all loved, and we were huge fans of, and he lived in the New York area.

This would mark the first time Menken had collaborated without Ashman for a Disney animated film. Menken commented that their work included moments of tension because Schwartz is also capable of writing music and Menken has had experience with lyrics.

They both wanted to go the keyboard, but they arrived at a working strategy. In , Disney released the tenth anniversary edition of Pocahontas , which had the song fully animated and integrated into the film, but was an optional feature that you could refuse and watch the original theatrical version instead, due to seamless branching.

It was recorded for the original film in To replicate the promotional buzz of The Lion King , the four-minute musical number, "Colors of the Wind", was released in November , accompanying a theatrical re-release of The Lion King.

On February 3, , Disney began its promotional marketing campaign starting in San Diego, California launching a nationwide week tour of fashion malls located within twenty-five cities where a mall exhibit named Pocahontas Animation Discovery Adventure was created to help promote the release.

There, a Disney animator would guide shoppers on a presentation tour, which featured a walk-through maze with interactive lily pads, flying birds, and huge video wall, a studio workshop where visitors can become the voice of their favorite animated character, and an area where visitors can electronically manipulate images.

Additionally, they would demonstrate animation techniques and discuss the design and creation of the Pocahontas character.

Parallelen zwischen Hiawatha und Pocahontas finden sich nur entfernt, sind aber durchaus vorhanden. Beispielsweise ist der Krieg zwischen mehreren Völkern auch Thema der Hiawatha-Geschichte, wenn er auch hier nicht zwischen Ureinwohnern und Kolonialisten, sondern zwischen verschiedenen Indianerstämmen stattfindet.

Auch das Bestreben Hiawathas, als einziges Stammesmitglied den Frieden erreichen zu wollen, spiegelt sich in der Figur von Pocahontas wider.

Unterschiede finden sich wiederum in der Tatsache, dass die Figur des Hiawatha kämpferische Fähigkeiten besitzt, so z. Zudem ist der Ursache des Streits in der Hiawatha-Geschichte eine Nahrungsmittelknappheit, die in Pocahontas nicht vorkommt.

Hier geht es rein um materielle Interessen seitens der englischen Kolonialisten. Erste Ideen zu Pocahontas entwarf der Regisseur Mike Gabriel um Thanksgiving , nachdem er seine Arbeit am gerade produzierten Film Bernard und Bianca im Känguruland beendet hatte, wie er später in einem Interview erzählte.

Durch neue, derartige Filme sollte der Erfolg romantischer Zeichentrickfilme weiterentwickelt werden. Darunter war auch der künstlerische Leiter Michael Giaimo, der Pocahontas mit seinen Farbpaletten in Blau und Rosa nachträglich beeinflusste.

Auch die Eindrücke der Pinienwälder auf langen, horizontalen Flächen, die während des gesamten Films zum Einsatz kommen, wurden dort gesammelt.

Speziell beim Charakter der Pocahontas erwies es sich für die Zeichner zunächst als Schwierigkeit, einen passenden Ansatz zu finden. Rund 55 Künstler waren allein mit der Hauptfigur beschäftigt.

Des Weiteren entfernte man den Charakter Redfeather, einen Truthahn, der von John Candy gesprochen wurde, unter anderem weil die Rolle ohne ihren Text nicht mehr relevant war.

Eine Storyboard-Version, die von einer Demoaufnahme des Liedes Das Farbenspiel des Winds untermalt wurde, stellte die erste Szene und sogleich den eigentlichen Produktionsbeginn des Films dar.

Rund Zeichner, Animatoren und Techniker waren an Pocahontas mitbeschäftigt. Zahlreiche Animatoren wechselten sogar von den Arbeiten des ersteren zur Produktion des letzteren.

April produziert. Beide dieser Welten haben hierbei durch Pocahontas und John Smith jeweils eine Figur, die einerseits der Linie ihres Volkes folgen möchten, sich andererseits aber stetig nach Neuem sehnen und die Welt entdecken wollen.

Der Handlungsfaden ist ebenso klassisch wie lehrreich aufgebaut. Auch John Smith ist zu Beginn der Meinung, dass nur seine Kultur und Ansichten die richtigen seien und es gälte, andere Völker zum Erreichen dieses Standards zu bringen.

An der Stelle, an der er Pocahontas trifft, und diese ihm zeigt, dass sowohl die Natur als auch andere Kulturen eine Existenzberechtigung hätten, ändert sich seine Weltanschauung und er versucht, auch seine Gefolgschaft davon zu überzeugen.

Diese ist allerdings viel zu sehr beeinflusst von ihrem Befehlshaber Ratcliffe, der stetig gegen die Indianer hetzt. So kommt es beinahe zu einer gewaltsamen Konfrontation, die zwar von Pocahontas verhindert werden kann, allerdings die Gesundheit von John Smith fordert.

Nun sehen auch beide Völker ein, dass Hass lediglich Schlechtes bewirkt und damit keine Lösung ist. Neben diesen unterschiedlichen Thematiken ist auch Spiritualität ein Kernthema von Pocahontas.

Überhaupt wird Pocahontas im Film als sehr nachdenklich und mit der Natur verbunden dargestellt, die als Einzige versucht, den Krieg mit Worten zu verhindern.

Pocahontas unterscheidet sich gegenüber anderen Disney-Filmen vor allem in der eckigeren und kantigeren Darstellung der Figuren. Während beispielsweise in Filmen wie Arielle, die Meerjungfrau oder Die Schöne und das Biest die Protagonisten eher mit rundlichen Linien ausgestattet sind und damit jünger und kindlicher erscheinen, wurden die Charaktere in Pocahontas mit markanten geradlinigen Gesichtszügen versehen, um so eine gewisse Reife in die Figuren zu interpretieren.

Körperliche Details wie Fingernägel fehlen gänzlich, Haare wirken nicht einzeln, sondern eher als zusammengefasste Einheit. Kamerafahrten sind indes durch Verschieben der Bildebenen geprägt, was man u.

Durch diese Vorgehensweise entsteht in den Bildern eine für dieses Filmmedium übliche Tiefenwirkung, die bereits in früheren Disney-Filmen Anwendung fand.

Die idyllische Darstellung der Natur ist im Film geprägt durch weitreichende Landschaften, Flüsse und Flussufer, sowie Wasserfälle und unterschiedliche Wälder.

Auffallend am Stil der Landschaftsdarstellung sind vor allem die zahlreichen Steigungen und Abhänge, z. Dramaturgisch genutzt wird diese Eigenschaft u.

Pocahontas besitzt eine Vielzahl an farbdramaturgischen Merkmalen, die während des gesamten Filmes immer wieder auftauchen. So ist beispielsweise der immer wiederkehrende Wind, der die Figuren mit Blättern unterschiedlicher Farben umweht eines der prägnantesten Stilelemente, für das Pocahontas bekannt ist.

Den Höhepunkt seines Einsatzes erlebt der durch Blätter gefärbte Wind allerdings in der Schlussszene, in der Pocahontas auf dem Felsen wehmütig dem Schiff nachschaut, auf dem John Smith nach England zurückfährt.

Die wichtigsten Farbgebungen des Filmes sind verschiedene Rot-, Grün- sowie Blautöne, die je nach dramaturgischer Stimmung verwendet werden.

Szenen in der Dunkelheit sind meist in Dunkelblau gehalten, so z. Die Farbe Rot wird zumeist in emotional aufwühlenden Einstellungen verwendet.

Ein gutes Beispiel hierfür ist die Kampfszene zwischen Kokoum und John Smith, bei der die Farbgebung von einem dezenten Dunkelblau plötzlich in ein aggressives Rot umschlägt, um somit die Wut zu untermalen.

Zur Darstellung von Emotionen ist Grün aber kaum vertreten, hier dienen nach wie vor Rot und Blau, oftmals auch gemeinsam.

Pocahontas beinhaltet insgesamt sieben Lieder, die teilweise als Reprise wieder verwendet werden und allesamt von Alan Menken komponiert und von Stephen Schwartz geschrieben wurden.

Die folgende Liste gibt einen Überblick über die im Film gesungenen Lieder, deren deutschen und originalen Titel, sowie die Filmfiguren, die das jeweilige Lied singen.

Der Film wurde bei der Berliner Synchron vertont. Lutz Riedel schrieb das Dialogbuch und führte die Dialogregie. Andreas Hommelsheim leitete die musikalischen Aufnahmen.

Der Film erhielt überwiegend positive Kritiken, wobei negative Stimmen zumeist die historischen Inkorrektheiten im Film kritisierten.

Pocahontas war in Wahrheit viel jünger und Jamestown , der Handlungsort im Film, hatte eine weniger bezaubernde geographische Lage. Ein weiterer Kritikpunkt war die spirituelle Naturverbundenheit des Films.

She doesn't feel that this is the right path for her, but Powhatan feels that Kocoum would be a fine husband for her, as he is steady and serious, as well as brave, loyal, strong and protective.

After hearing this, Pocahontas travels to Grandmother Willow in order to gain some advice. After telling Grandmother Willow about her dream and Powhatan's plans for her arranged marriage to Kocoum, Grandmother Willow tells her that her dream is pointing her down her path.

When she asks how to find her path, Grandmother Willow teaches her to listen to the spirits of the Earth, by listening with her heart.

She does so, and after hearing the wind tell her about the arrival of "strange clouds", is able to spot the ship carrying the Europeans.

To her, its sails resemble clouds. Pocahontas later encounters one of the settlers, John Smith. At first, she can't understand him but somehow, after possibly listening with her heart, she was able to.

Over time, they get to know each other, asking all sorts of questions about each other's people, lives, and different worlds.

However, the conversation goes sour when he unintentionally reveals his prejudices toward Native Americans.

She explains to him the beauty and importance of nature and respecting the Earth through the song "Colors of the Wind".

This causes him to see the ill of his thoughts and change his ways, and they begin to strongly fall romantically in love with each other.

However, after hearing drums, she is forced to return to the village. Later, while picking corn with Nakoma, Pocahontas meets Smith again.

After swearing Nakoma to secrecy, she takes him out to the woods to meet Grandmother Willow. When he reveals that the settlers had come looking for gold, Pocahontas reveals that there is none in the area.

When other settlers come looking for him, he is forced to leave, but he and Pocahontas agree to meet that night at Grandmother Willow's glade.

After he leaves, she worries about her actions. Grandmother Willow reminds her of her dream, and she begins to suspect that it is pointing her toward Smith.

Upon returning to the village, Pocahontas discovers that warriors from neighboring villages have arrived and are planning to fight the settlers.

That night, despite Nakoma's protests, Pocahontas sneaks off to meet Smith. They reveal that their respective people are planning for war.

She asks him to come to her village and speak with Powhatan in an attempt to avoid fighting. He is reluctant at first but agrees after some advice from Grandmother Willow.

When Kocoum, who had been warned about Pocahontas by Nakoma, suddenly stumbles upon her and Smith kissing, he becomes enraged and attacks him.

Before she can break them up, Thomas , who had been sent to find John, shoots and kills Kocoum to protect him. As Kocoum falls, he grabs hold of Pocahontas' necklace and it shatters into pieces.

Enraged, she charges at Thomas, but Smith stops her, saying it won't help. He takes the blame, is taken prisoner by the Powhatan men who were alerted by the shot from Thomas' gun, and sentenced to die at sunrise.

When Kocoum's corpse is carried back to the village, Powhatan scolds Pocahontas for disobeying his orders not to leave it, shaming him and her foolishness leading to Kocoum being killed.

As John is taken away, Nakoma approaches her, and she tells her that Kocoum was only trying to protect himself.

Nakoma apologizes to her for her actions, and she was worried, that she was trying to do the right thing. She brings Pocahontas to the tent where Smith is held, she tells the two warriors guarding it that Pocahontas wants to see the eyes of Thomas, and they agree, telling her to be quick and let her in.

She apologizes to Smith before leaving, while he vows to "be with her forever". After Meeko gives Pocahontas Smith's compass, which she recognizes as the spinning arrow from her dream, she realizes that she must stop the execution that will lead to war between the Native Americans and the settlers.

She runs to where it will take place, calling out to the forces of nature to help her reach them in time. She reaches Smith just in time to throw herself over him and save him from being killed by Powhatan, who was going to be his executioner and murderer, and also tells off everyone on how they had been lead by the path of hatred.

Touched by Pocahontas' love and wisdom, Powhatan then comes to his senses, puts a ceasefire on their fight and releases John. When the enraged Governor Ratcliffe rejects the offer of peace Powhatan offers by sparing and releasing Smith, he shoots at him, only for Smith to push him out of the way and take the bullet himself.

Soon after, a wounded John asks Pocahontas to come with him to England, but she explains that her place is in Virginia, with her people.

To comfort him, she tells him that "no matter what happens, I'll always be with you, forever. As it is leaving, she runs as fast as she can to a cliff overlooking the ocean.

Smith waves goodbye in the Powhatan fashion, and she does so the same way, as she showed to him earlier when they first met, as the ship sails away.

Several years after the original film, Pocahontas has been mourning Smith's apparent death in England. She eventually decides to move on and buries his compass which he gave to her before going back to England in the snow.

Unknown to her, his death is part of a plot by Ratcliffe to manipulate England into a war with the Indians. Later on, Pocahontas has a run-in with an English diplomat named John Rolfe, who has recently sailed to Virginia.

They do not get along at first, with her disliking his interference in a near-skirmish between the Powhatan and the English, while he dislikes her for rebuking him for said interference.

He later overhears of her role in stopping war and mistakenly assumes her to be the Chief, rather than the young woman he just met.

Later that night, Rolfe appears at Pocahontas' village with a gift for her but is astonished when he learns her identity. He reveals that Powhatan must come to England to meet with King James ; otherwise, he will allow England to go to war with the Indians.

When Powhatan refuses to go, Pocahontas volunteers instead. Pocahontas visits Grandmother Willow the next day, asking for advice for the journey, and is told to "listen to the spirit within.

They come to a truce. Upon arriving in England, Pocahontas is astounded by this "new world". But at the height of her fun, Ratcliffe appears and grins evilly when he finds out she is the ambassador instead of Powhatan.

He hands Rolfe a proclamation that King James has signed that says an armada is going to set sail to destroy the Powhatan tribe. Rolfe and Pocahontas set out for his townhouse outside of London , where Mrs.

Jenkins happily greets them and puts on tea. Rolfe goes off to meet with King James alone. If she is deemed "uncivilized", however, then the armada will sail.

Rolfe and Mrs. Jenkins teach Pocahontas how to fit into English society, dressing her as an Englishwoman and teaching her how to dance.

At first, she impresses King James and Queen Anne, but during dinner, she is horrified by a bear-baiting spectacle.

Unknown to her, Ratcliffe had arranged it knowing she would not approve. She angers King James by calling him and his people barbarians, and as a result, she and her bodyguard, Uttamatomakkin , assigned by Powhatan, are arrested and scheduled to be executed.

Later on, Rolfe and a disguised Smith break Pocahontas and Uttamatomakkin out of the Tower of London and escape into the woods to avoid King James' troops.

She is shocked when Smith reveals himself and says that the rumors of his death were "greatly exaggerated.

Smith explains that he had gone into hiding to avoid a treason conviction. While he wants to resume his relationship with Pocahontas, she is more concerned about the armada scheduled to sail to Virginia to attack her people.

Rolfe and Smith begin to argue over a course of action. Smith believes Pocahontas should stay in hiding to avoid being hanged or decapitated, while Rolfe believes she should follow her heart.

She runs off, upset at the arguing between them, while Smith realizes that Rolfe is in love with her. How Smith feels about this seems rather vague.

After spending some time at the edge of a river, remembering what Nakoma said back in Virginia, and reuniting with Meeko, Flit , and Percy , she soon returns, ready to face King James herself and face the consequences, whatever they may be, earning both Smith and Rolfe's respect for her bravery.

The next day, Pocahontas prepares to face King James, willing to sacrifice herself to save her people. Upon seeing that he is alive and well, King James realizes that Ratcliffe has lied about everything.

Pocahontas says they need to stop the armada, but Queen Anne reveals that they have already left. Pocahontas counters that they must at least try, and it turns out that the armada had not actually set sail just yet.

She, Smith, and Rolfe are able to stop them, and Ratcliffe is arrested by King James when he returns to shore, facing severe punishment for his crimes.

Smith is given a ship of his own and a royal pardon, while Rolfe is offered an advisory position to King James.

During the celebratory ball, Pocahontas plans to return home on the next ship and is trying to work up the courage to ask Rolfe whom she has fallen in love with to come with her.

Smith plans on traveling the world and wants her to come with him, but she explains that she feels that they've grown too far apart while also assuring him that she does and will always still care about him as a friend.

He, after thinking it over, understands what she's getting at and accepts her decision, wishing her happiness for the future, and she wishes him the same.

After he leaves, she goes in search of Rolfe, but as she'll be leaving soon to sail back to Virginia, she's ultimately forced to board the ship by herself.

When she becomes saddened by the fact that she'll probably never seem Rolfe again, he emerges from the shadows, and they embrace. When she asks him, "What about your duty to the King," he responds by saying, "I have a duty to honor what's in my heart.

In " Suddenly Hades ", Pocahontas was seen with her hair blowing in the air conditioned wind. When Pete breaks the air conditioner, she leaves along with the other guests.

Disney during the headcount of all the guests. In " House of Turkey ", Pocahontas was seen walking into the club with John Smith and the colors of the wind.

In " Thanks to Minnie ", she and Meeko were part of Clarabelle 's gossip chain. She passes the gossip to Robin Hood. In Ralph Breaks the Internet , Pocahontas appears as a netizen in Oh My Disney , where she and the other Disney princesses work as cast members partaking in meet-and-greets with net users.

As a nod to her animation in her debut film, her hair is in constant motion, even when indoors. Leaves occasionally circulate around her as well.

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