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Pocahontas: The Legend (1995)

Englishmen come to explore and settle the new world. There they find natives who are curious about their "firesticks" and strange customs. One Englishman, John Smith, is captured by the ... See full summary »

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Sir Edwin Wingfield
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Billy Merasty ...
Bucky Hill ...
Japazaws
David Hemblen ...
Billy Two Rivers ...
Mochiqus
Kennetch Charlette ...
Opachisco
Samaya Jardey ...
Ottermiske
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Jules
Desmond Ellis ...
Mitchell
Shawn Mathieson ...
George
Billy Oliver ...
Daniel
Patrick Mark ...
Mathew
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Englishmen come to explore and settle the new world. There they find natives who are curious about their "firesticks" and strange customs. One Englishman, John Smith, is captured by the natives, and begins to learn their customs and beliefs. As Smith spends more time with them, specifically Pocahontas, he realizes that the white man may not be meant for the new world. Written by Jason Parker and Sean Kilby <gestalt@ix.netcom.com>

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They risked everything for a new world... and for ech other.

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1 June 1995 (Canada)  »

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La leyenda de Pocahontas  »

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Fine Historical Romance
26 March 2001 | by (Massachusetts) – See all my reviews

While Snadine olt ... "Rapa Nui" & "Black Robes" is older than the historical Pocahontas (probably a young Indian woman entering womanhood - childbearing age - ...she convinces in a sensitive portrayal of the young Powhatan Indian Princess. Miles O'Keefe is well cast as John Smith playing the Elizabethan-Sturat era warrior well somewhat subdued .. and eager to establish England's first North America Colony.

Holt's Pocahontas intreprets with her father .. her destiny and her tribes with the white man's settlement.

Fine historical romance ... worth the time and visual history by a viewing. Filmed with a partial Indian cast in Ontario Canada.


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