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A man briefly jokes to an another man about "pulling his pants". However, there is no nudity.

Pocahontas saves a babybird from falling on the ground.

A man is about to chase Pocahontas, when John Smith stops him from doing so.

Words like "hunt", "kill" and "die" are mentioned by characters throughout this cartoon film. One example involves an indian, whose parents were killed by some people the indians call "pale faces".

An indian is pretending to be a "pale face", chasing Pocahontas and an another indian girl just for the sake of playing.

Several people point their weapons at Pocahontas, but John Smith makes them to drop these weapons.

A man threatens to shoot at least one of the other men.

Several indians attempt to kill several people with their arrows and an axe. One indian gets shot, but no blood. He is seen OK a few scenes later.

A man is sentenced to death by burning, but gets saved.

A man is fixing an indian's injured leg. We hear some breaking sounds, but the indian becomes OK afterward.

Several dead animals are seen as having been hunted for food.

Despite several scenes involving using weapons, and some indians' harsh behavior against the "pale faces", this film is suitable for children.

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