Meaning: Pocahontas means "little wanton" but according to other referances it means "Little Mischief" (as a native american translation)
aka: Former names of real historic women Matoaka (or Matoika) and Amonute, Pocahontas was a childhood nickname, the historic figures forced baptism and marriage to John Rolfe left her with the name Lady Rebecca Rolfe, sometimes called Princess Pocahontas.
disney film: Pocahontas, 33rd disney classic, 1995
Voice: Irene Bedard
cantar voice: Judy Kuhn
Model: Irene Bedard
Based on: The real historical figure and the created romance with John Smith
Based in: 1607, Native American lands, later named James Town, Early Virginia. Pocahontas (historic figure) lived from 1595 to March 21 1617. Sequel set mostly in London
Personality: Playful, free-spirited young women, aware of the environment, a mischief, loves adventure and excitement, curious, independent, strong and passionate. A free spirit who loves adventure, adores animais and has lots of respect for mother nature. Pocahontas is adventurous and good hearted
Prince: Non-Royal Captain John Smith in original disney classic film, in the sequel she falls in amor with John Rolfe and in the true story of the historical women she marries him
Friends: Meeko the racoon, Grandmother Willow the árvore spirit, Flit the bird and Nakoma, Pocahontas's human childhood friend. In the sequel Pocahontas befriends Uttamatomakkin who is her bodyguard while she is in Londres and Mrs Jenkins, John Rolfe's maid
Villain: Governor Ratcliffe, a man who wanted to claim Pocahontas' homelands in the name of the king and wanted vast riches from gold that we are lead to believe didn’t exist on these lands. He planned on killing anyone who tried to stop him
Offspring: The real historical women went on to have a child with John Rolfe called Thomas Rolfe
links to royalty: Born Princess, daughter of Chief Powhatan (Wahunsenacawh), Princess of Native American Settlement, the real women did become a celebrity in Londres after her marriage to Rolfe, and in the the true story the English settlers considered her to be Princess. In the disney sequel Pocahontas traveled to England as a Princess in the cause of peace. Pocahontas was called Princess during production of the original film, and is called Princess many times in the sequel, she is also considered to be an official disney Princess.
Homes: Pocahontas had been brought up in the Native American lands por her father the Chief, we never really see Pocahontas' specific início in the
film, unless the building where she speaks to her father is in fact her home. She lives in Londres for
a short time with Rolfe, except she returns to her lands where she is Princess at the end of the sequel. It should also be stressed that this "Homes" information is following the disney character Pocahontas NOT the historical figure.
Other disney appearances: Pocahontas 2: Journey to a New World, also appeared in House of Mouse.
disney era: disney Renaissance
3 words 2 describe: Mother Earth, Freedom and Independent
Appearance: Dark tanned skin (described as Copper skinned in the movie) Long black shiny hair, dark brown eyes and lips of an laranja colour
Hair: Black, long and very shiny
Ideal pet: Raccoon
Favourite hobby: Canoeing
Prefer to live: in the forest
Talents: Singing, Canoeing, Sprinting, Exploring, Authority, Educates herself and others, Wise, Diplomatic, Quick.
Nationality: Native American, Virginian.
disney video game appearances: Pocahontas (SNES)
Symbol from DisneyPrincess.com: Feather
disney Story Book Description: "He had a beautiful daughter named Pocahontas. Pocahontas loved to have fun. She also loved exploring the river with her animal friends."
Note: the first disney character that was inspired por a real person, she is also the first disney princess to have two amor interests
Specific songs from original film:
"Colours of the Wind" (Pocahontas)
"Just around the River bend" (Pocahontas)
"If I never knew you" (Pocahontas and John Smith)
"Steady As the Beating Drum"
"Listen With Your Heart" (Grandmother Willow)
Specific songs from sequel:
"Where Do I Go From Here?" (Pocahontas)
"What a dia in London" (Pocahontas and the people of London)
"Wait 'Til He Sees You" (Mrs. Jenkins and John Rolfe)
"Between Two Worlds" (Pocahontas and John Rolfe)
"These Moments We Share" (Pocahontas)
"Silver and Gold" (Pocahontas)
"Christmas Is Coming!" (Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, jasmim and Pocahontas)
"If You Can Dream" (Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas and Mulan)
"Where Dreams Begin" (Only sung from the perspective of the princesses, the main 8 all appeared in the música video)