|of German titles:||Pocahontas|
|production country:||The USA|
|length (PAL - DVD):||87 minutes|
|of source language:||English|
|age release:||FSK o. A.|
|direction:|| Mike Gabriel,|
Eric gold mountain
|film script:|| Carl binder,|
|cut:||H. Lee Petersen|
speaker English, German:
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America, at the beginning 17. Century. The English adventurer John Smith lands with his crew on the search for gold in the new world. In this world Indianerhäuptling Powhatan promises its daughter Pocahontas the largest Krieger of the people, but that is it much too seriously. Instead it falls in love on an investigation course with the Englishman Smith. They do not understand each other first, but Pocahontas takes them to hear the advice of an old mourning pasture, is on their heart and gets involved it in Smith.
Indian turns out a little later and white ones, whose life ideology cannot be more differently, hostilely together. Governor Ratcliffe, the captain of the adventurers, believes to know that the Indians hide the too ergatternde gold before him, while Powhatan entitled-proves to the view is that the beginners came, in order to destroy its country. Pocahontas appears now self-confidently as Mittlerin and can strike a connecting bridge between the two parties owing to its affection to John and smooth the threatening argument. Ratcliffe is not at all done of the peaceful exit of the Auseinanderetzung and tries Powhatan to shoot. John throws itself spirit at present into the line of fire and saves so, deadly hurt, the life of the chieftain. Now also Ratcliffes see men that their leader cannot roll longer its office and it exhausted from his own crew. John however must return heavily wounded to London and Pocahontas makes the heavy decision to let it pull.
- OSCAR for Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz in the category Best music, original musical or Comedy Score 1996
- OSCAR for Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz for the best Song* 1996
- BMI film music Award for Alan Menken 1996
- golden Globe for Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz for the best Song* 1996
- Grammy for Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz for the best Song* *
for “Colors OF The wind” [
Disney produced honors a second part with the name Pocahontas 2 - journey into a new world for the video sales, in which Pocahontas travels with its friends to England, in order to follow to rumors over John's death.