A young Indian princess must keep the peace between her people and the newly arrived English settlers.



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Credited cast:
Tony Ail ...
Nathan Aswell ...
Chera Bailey ...
Kathleen Barr ...
Lillian Carlson ...
(voice) (as Lilliam Carlson)
(voice) (as Gary Chalk)
(voice) (as Ian Corlett)
Michael Donovan ...
Kent Gallie ...
(voice) (as Phil Hayes)
Roger Kelly ...
Ellen Kennedy ...
Joanne Lee ...
(voice) (as Andrean Libman)


A young Indian princess must keep the peace between her people and the newly arrived English settlers.

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Release Date:

19 October 1994 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

The Adventures of Pocahontas: Indian Princess  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Released to capitalize on Disney's forthcoming Pocahontas (1995). See more »


Version of Animated Hero Classics: Pocahontas (1994) See more »


Land of Pocahontas
Produced by Andrew Dimitroff
Composed by Nick Carr, Ray Crossley, and Andrew Dimitroff
Lyrics by Joellyn Cooperman
Performed by Wendy Hamilton-Caddey (as Wendy K. Hamilton)
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Not quite as good as the Disney version but worth a watch after several years
5 August 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I vaguely remember watching this version of the Pocahontas legend as a child and thinking it wasn't quite as good as the Disney version. Having re-watched it as an adult, I still have that opinion but there are some good aspects such as the music, the detailed lip-sync and picturesque backgrounds.

The character designs are pretty inconsistent. While Pocahontas looks anime-esque, the majority of them are drawn in a style similar to characters from animated action series such as 'Captain Planet' and 'The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest.' I did, however, like the colour scheme of the clothes worn by Pocahontas's friend because yellow, purple and blue are my favourite colours.The dialogue was mostly dark and clever, but I found the term 'pale-faces' to describe white people rather derogatory. I liked the songs as well, especially 'Land of Pocahontas' and 'Enemy or Friend.' The animation is decent but not as fluid as that in Disney films that came out at around the same time but this is forgivable since this was made on a lower budget.

All in all, this wasn't as entertaining as the Disney version but worth another look nonetheless. 8/10.

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