• Director: Eric Goldberg
  • Writer: Carl Binder,Susannah Grant,Philip LaZebnik
  • Countries of origin: United States
  • Language: English, Algonquin
  • Release date: June 23, 1995
  • Runtime: 1h 21min
  • Aspect ratio: 1.85 : 1
  • Also known as: The Legend of Pocahontas
  • "Pocahontas" is an animated film produced and released by Walt Disney Animation in 1995. It is also Walt Disney's 33rd feature film animation. It was produced by Mike Gabriel and Eric God Co-directed by Fort, and dubbed by Mel Gibson, Irene Bedard and David Oden Storrs.
    "Pocahontas" is adapted from real historical events and tells the story of Indian princess Pocahontas who rescued British explorers and resolved a war between different races. The film was released in the United States on June 16, 1995   .


    • Release date June 23, 1995
    • Filming locations Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures - 500 S. Buena Vista Street, Burbank, California, USA
    • Production companies Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Animation Studios

    Box office


    $55,000,000 (estimated)

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    Opening weekend US & Canada


    Gross worldwide


    Movie reviews

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    • By Colt 2022-03-23 09:01:27

      Right time, right scenery, right story, right film

      Only by looking for history can we find out, this story is really beautiful. The character setting is reasonable, the ending is unconventional, and for that era, the picture is really beautiful and gorgeous.

      Such an ending may make us feel uncomfortable, but it is the fact that the male and female protagonists cannot live happily together in the end, which adds a little regret to our ordinary Disney taste, making the film more suitable for the background of the times, and...

    • By Orland 2022-03-23 09:01:27

      Courage, autonomy and reverence for nature

      Disney animation in 1995, a little annoyed why I didn't discover it earlier, and a little lucky I didn't miss such a good animation.

      A few days ago, NetEase Cloud pushed me the song "colors of the wind", which is still the puppet version, so I hurried to find the mv, only to find that it was the original sound of this animation.

      After watching this movie, Pocahontas has become my favorite Disney heroine besides Bella. From that dream of hers, it heralded that her life would be...

    • By Daniela 2022-03-22 09:01:23

      time has passed

      I have heard the name and the theme song, and I have to say that the theme song is really good; however, what really motivated me to watch it was because I told her that she cried after watching this movie. Just download it. However, it is a pity that it is dubbed in Mandarin, and the favorability has been discounted several times.
             After watching it -
             a movie from 1995 can be made like this, there are grand and subtle, there is love, family and country, there is firmness...

    • By Jewel 2022-03-22 09:01:23

      I hate writing long reviews, but short reviews don't need to write titles

      I watched it a long time ago, my favorite Disney movie when I was a child, and I still like it when I look at it now, but I didn’t realize the pain behind Pocahontas and Smith’s final gestures when I watched it for the first time, and I didn’t think of Smith’s teaching in Pocahontas. The sentence he said when he gestured goodbye [I don't want to say goodbye to you] Maybe the Pocahontas in the wind should be brought by the wind, and then I left when the wind left. I
      watched Avatar...

    • By Patsy 2022-03-22 09:01:23

      Beautiful fantasy, but can not resist the historical correctness

      In my childhood memories, I still fantasized about having the ability to take off when I sing a song. Now I think about it, this film also reflects racial discrimination and a black history of the Indians.

      This is an adaptation of a real story, except that the real Pocahantos was 9 years old and saved John Smith, 22, but Pocahantos eventually grew up in England and married another John Ralfe, maybe there was more between the young Pocahantos and John Smith It's brother and sister love...

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    • By Francisca 2022-04-24 07:01:03

      I watched a drama or a movie a long time ago and I heard that this animation has not been good. There are a few songs that are really good. The colors of the wind are also very...

    • By Camryn 2022-04-24 07:01:03

      I`d rather die tomorrow, than live a hundred years without knowing...

    • By Jakayla 2022-04-24 07:01:03

      I like the style of the movie very much. I like the style of the movie. The characters are plump, the heart is delineated, and the heart is delicate. The soundtrack and the voice of the characters are all good to listen to. Even people like me who are very obtuse about music are very moved. The words and songs of Granny Willow had a great influence on me. She was so kind....

    • By Augustus 2022-04-24 07:01:03

      After watching 3D IMAX's Avatar, I yelled at the giant screen: "Take money, isn't this the luxurious extended version of Pocahontas!" ! ! Then walked away indignantly in the despised eyes of the...

    • By Norval 2022-04-24 07:01:03

      Pocahontas are like Angelina Jolie. The story line sucks. Just the music is very...

    Evaluation action

    "Pocahontas" is Disney's first attempt to find the subject matter of an animated feature film from a real historical event, and received mixed reviews. Compared with the problem of the film itself, the singing and dancing scenes continue to win the favor of the audience. Especially when the finishing touch theme song "The Color of Wind" appeared, the colorful pictures, creative painting style, and beautiful and magnificent tone were...
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    Movie quotes

    • Thomas: [as a bugle is being played] John, you better get down here! The governor's coming ashore!

      John Smith: [blows an attacking Flit away from his face] All right, all right! I'm leaving.

    • Ben: [Captain John Smith has just jumped off the ship during a storm to save Thomas] Smith! Are you crazy?

    • Pocahontas: [singing] You think I'm an ignorant savage and you've been so many places/I guess it must be so, but still I cannot see if the savage one is me/ How can there be so much that you don't know?/You don't know.