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Pocahontas (1994)

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


Jack Olesker

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Credited cast:
Tony Ail Tony Ail ... (voice)
Nathan Aswell Nathan Aswell ... (voice)
Chera Bailey Chera Bailey ... (voice)
Kathleen Barr Kathleen Barr ... (voice)
Lillian Carlson ... (voice) (as Lilliam Carlson)
Garry Chalk ... (voice) (as Gary Chalk)
Ian James Corlett ... (voice) (as Ian Corlett)
Michael Donovan Michael Donovan ... (voice)
Kent Gallie Kent Gallie ... (voice)
Philip Maurice Hayes ... (voice) (as Phil Hayes)
Roger Kelly Roger Kelly ... (voice)
Ellen Kennedy ... (voice)
Terry Klassen ... (voice)
Joanne Lee Joanne Lee ... (voice)
Andrea Libman ... (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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Japan | USA



Release Date:

19 October 1994 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Adventures of Pocahontas: Indian Princess See more »

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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


"Matoaka" which was the given name of Pocahontas is not mentioned in this direct-to-video animated film. See more »

Alternate Versions

All Golden Films and Jetlag Productions films released by GoodTimes Entertainment on DVD in 2002 and 2003 were edited with a new animated opening logo of "Children's Classics." The animated montage only featured characters from Jetlag Productions' films. See more »


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


Princess of Peace
Produced by Andrew Dimitroff
Composed by Nick Carr, Ray Crossley, and Andrew Dimitroff
Lyrics by Joellyn Cooperman
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One of my first Jetlag animations, and I still have a soft spot for it now
11 June 2012 | by TheLittleSongbirdSee all my reviews

I do enjoy the Jetlag animations, and while not one of the very best ones(Magic of the Snow Man, Little Red Riding Hood) The Adventures of Pocahontas:Indian Princess is better than their versions of Alice in Wonderland and Snow White. And I do still have a soft spot for it now. The animation is not perfect, with the colours in the want of more vibrancy. However, I really liked the music, Enemy or Friend is especially good, though Land of Pocahontas really draws you in with a great sense of rhythm(Land of Peace was lovely but quite as memorable), and the incidental music is poignant and fitting with the mood. The dialogue doesn't feel too over-simplistic or childish and is well meaning without preaching, the characters are more likable and less cardboard than Disney's for example and the story is engaging, swiftly-paced and moving, as well as being more realistic and I think truer to legend than Disney's. The voice work is suitably dynamic. Overall, I like it very much. 8/10 Bethany Cox

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