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Die Ankunft eines fremden Schiffes, angeführt von dem englischen Kapitän John Smith, versetzt die Indianer vom Stamme der Powhatan in Aufregung. Dagegen kennt die Neugier der Häuptlingstochter Pocahontas keine Grenzen. Mit Hilfe ihrer weisen. Pocahontas ist der abendfüllende Zeichentrickfilm der Walt-Disney-Studios und erschien im Jahr Er beruht auf der Geschichte der Indianerfrau. Pocahontas ist die Protagonistin im Film Pocahontas und der Fortsetzung Pocahontas 2 – Die Reise in eine neue Welt. Sie ist die erste Disney Prinzessin, die. beppoproject.eu - Kaufen Sie Pocahontas (Disney Classics) günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details. Im shopDisney findest du den Pocahontas Film auf DVD sowie passende Puppen und Spielsachen. Schau dich um & finde deine Lieblingscharaktere. Disney. „Pocahontas“ gilt gemeinhin als einer der liebenswerten Zeichentrick-Klassiker von Disney, der schon einige Generationen bestens. Walt Disneys Meisterwerk Pocahontas entführt in eine faszinierende Welt voller überwältigender Farbenpracht, Humor und Oscar-preisgekrönter Musik!
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During Thanksgiving weekend in , Gabriel developed ideas of classic western legends such as Annie Oakley, Buffalo Bill, and Pecos Bill to adapt until he conceptualized the tale of Pocahontas.
Pitching his idea at the Gong Show pitch meeting, Gabriel took a one-sheet color image of Tiger Lily from Peter Pan and wrote the title Walt Disney's Pocahontas on it, and on the back, he taped a one-sentence pitch of "an Indian princess who is torn between her father's wishes to destroy the English settlers and her wishes to help them—a girl caught between her father and her people, and her love for the enemy.
Gabriel's pitch was quickly accepted becoming the quickest story turnaround in studio history. Following the Best Picture nomination of Beauty and the Beast at the 64th Academy Awards and its subsequent loss in March , then-studio chairman Jeffrey Katzenberg opted to produce another animated sweeping romantic epic in hopes of replicating another Best Picture nomination.
With Aladdin and The Lion King too far into development, Katzenberg believed that Pocahontas had a chance, and pushed for the title protagonist to be older, the romance between Pocahontas and Smith to be more adult, and for the animals to be mute.
Head of Story Tom Sito went on the record stating he wanted to include more and broader jokes, but the "higher-ups wanted it more winsome, more gentle.
Some folks were so concerned about political correctness, they didn't want to be cuckoo-wacky about it.
Goldberg had expected the film to be more comedic and cartoonish like Aladdin , but Schneider told Goldberg that the film would be produced in the vein of Beauty and the Beast , and the ongoing Los Angeles riots in further inspired him to commit to the film because of its racial overtones.
The executive interference would eventually grow too much that Goldberg himself worked under the pseudonym "Claude Raynes" for Chuck Jones Productions during production.
Executive paranoia eventually reached a peak when Joe Grant had drawn Percy wearing an Indian feather, by which the animators took the concept one step further by placing a Spanish ruff on Meeko.
One executive exclaimed, "Animals don't have the intelligence to switch their clothes! They don't even have opposing thumbs.
For Pocahontas, Broadway stage manager, director and producer James Pentecost was brought onboard where he made his feature film debut as a producer.
The trip also included a visit to the Pamunkey Indian Reservation and conducted interviews with historians at Old Dominion University.
Ultimately, when it came to light that historical accuracy was not being pursued to the extent she had hoped, McGowan has voiced her feelings of shame she felt in conjunction with her work on the film, saying, "[she] wish[ed her] name wasn't on it".
Additional Native American consultants were brought in to authenticate the clothing and war dance choreography.
That same month, Katzenberg held a meeting with the Feature Animation staff in which he declared Pocahontas to be a hit, while the concept for The Lion King was deemed experimental.
As a result, most of the animators of Walt Disney Feature Animation decided to work on Pocahontas instead, believing it would be the more prestigious and successful of the two.
In January , Carl Binder joined the project, having previous expertise as a television writer on popular sitcoms such as Punky Brewster and television series such as War of the Worlds , Friday the 13th: The Series , and Top Cops.
Grant herself was selected by Disney as a screenwriter on Pocahontas after winning the Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting awarded by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences the year before while still attending film school.
Onboard as a screenwriter, she was only one of the many who was contributing the specific vision the upper management at Disney had in mind and collaborated alongside with Native American consultants.
While working on the movie, Grant wrote to a specific story outline, and no scene was rewritten less than thirty-five times until it was perfect.
Story supervisor Tom Sito, who became the project's unofficial historical consultant, did extensive research into the early colonial era and the story of John Smith and Pocahontas and was confronted over the historical inaccuracies from historians.
Already knowing that in reality, Pocahontas married John Rolfe, Mike Gabriel explained it was felt that "the story of Pocahontas and Rolfe was too complicated and violent for a youthful audience" so instead, they would focus on Pocahontas' meeting with John Smith.
The filmmakers discovered that Pocahontas was around twelve years old and Smith was "not a very likable character", in which producer James Pentecost confessed that dramatic license was indeed to be taken.
Likewise, when searching for an appropriate age for Pocahontas to begin her relationship with Smith, Glen Keane explained, "We had the choice of being historically accurate or socially responsible, so we chose the socially responsible side" by increasing Pocahontas's age from a girl into a young woman.
One of Gabriel's early ideas was for Pocahontas's mother to be embodied in a certain star in the sky that by the end of the film, she would help Pocahontas find her path to Smith.
However, The Lion King had concurrently carried a similar idea of the ancestors giving wisdom and guidance to the protagonist so the idea was discarded.
Similarly, Michael Eisner pushed for Pocahontas to have a mother lamenting that "We're always getting fried for having no mothers. In reality, it was Winfield who despised John Smith, but the filmmakers preferred the sinister sound of "Ratcliffe".
The writers would continue to adapt actual events into the film such as Pocahontas warning Smith that the Indians were after him, so he can escape in the middle of the night, Powhatan ordering the captured Smith to make bead necklaces to humiliate him, and Pocahontas being captured by Ratcliffe instead of Samuel Argall , though none of them worked with the story.
Sito mentioned that Joe Grant contributed heavily towards the film, and was the creator of Redfeather, Meeko, and Flit.
Grant, was revised to become mute. Following the death of John Candy in March , co-screenwriter Susannah Grant decided the turkey was inappropriate for the script she co-wrote for Pocahontas, and a more realistic approach would have the animals pantomime instead of talking.
Joe Grant stated Redfeather "had comic potential—he thought he was handsome, a lady's man. When we decided he couldn't talk, and, having no hands, he couldn't mime For the spiritual ancestor, a male character named Old Man River was originally envisioned, and Gregory Peck was cast in the role.
However, Peck realized the character ought to be a maternal figure so the character was scrapped. Conceived as a Tree of Life whose seasonal changes would frame the story, Grandmother Willow grew out of a concept sketch of a sawed-off tree with a branch pointing to its right drawn by Grant, which would serve as a narrator that would "remember back to Pocahontas years earlier".
Grant would continue to protest to have the tree be more a character within the story and her character flowered into the idea of a grandmotherly spiritual adviser to Pocahontas.
However, fellow veteran story artist Burny Mattinson stated "Jeffrey [Katzenberg] wanted to get rid of Grandmother Willow. He didn't like her because she was ordinary, unfunny.
They were having [story] problems, some story men were bolting. Peter [Schneider] said I want you to get over there and work in there.
All of a sudden: 'Oh, I want her in! Throughout most of the production, the cast members performed their dialogue in separate recording sessions.
In September , Disney began casting actors for Pocahontas telling talent agents that it's particularly interested in Native American actors for the project.
For the role of Pocahontas, Broadway actress-singer Judy Kuhn was hired to provide the singing voice for the titular character before Irene Bedard was cast.
Kuhn explained, "They said, 'You are going to do the dialogue unless we find a Native American actress whose singing voice matched yours.
According to Bedard, she took a train to Buffalo, New York where she was walked in wearing a sundress and a straw hat, and read for the part.
Back on the set of Lakota Woman, she learned that she was cast in the role. Michelle St. John had also auditioned for the role of Pocahontas, but despite that Bedard had been cast, the producers liked her voice enough to cast her in the role of Nakoma.
Mel Gibson was cast as English settler John Smith following a desire to make "something for my kids. Pocahontas later encounters one of the settlers, John Smith.
At first, she can't understand him but somehow, after possibly listening with her heart, she was able to. Over time, they get to know each other, asking all sorts of questions about each other's people, lives, and different worlds.
However, the conversation goes sour when he unintentionally reveals his prejudices toward Native Americans.
She explains to him the beauty and importance of nature and respecting the Earth through the song "Colors of the Wind".
This causes him to see the ill of his thoughts and change his ways, and they begin to strongly fall romantically in love with each other.
However, after hearing drums, she is forced to return to the village. Later, while picking corn with Nakoma, Pocahontas meets Smith again. After swearing Nakoma to secrecy, she takes him out to the woods to meet Grandmother Willow.
When he reveals that the settlers had come looking for gold, Pocahontas reveals that there is none in the area. When other settlers come looking for him, he is forced to leave, but he and Pocahontas agree to meet that night at Grandmother Willow's glade.
After he leaves, she worries about her actions. Grandmother Willow reminds her of her dream, and she begins to suspect that it is pointing her toward Smith.
Upon returning to the village, Pocahontas discovers that warriors from neighboring villages have arrived and are planning to fight the settlers.
That night, despite Nakoma's protests, Pocahontas sneaks off to meet Smith. They reveal that their respective people are planning for war.
She asks him to come to her village and speak with Powhatan in an attempt to avoid fighting. He is reluctant at first but agrees after some advice from Grandmother Willow.
When Kocoum, who had been warned about Pocahontas by Nakoma, suddenly stumbles upon her and Smith kissing, he becomes enraged and attacks him. Before she can break them up, Thomas , who had been sent to find John, shoots and kills Kocoum to protect him.
As Kocoum falls, he grabs hold of Pocahontas' necklace and it shatters into pieces. Enraged, she charges at Thomas, but Smith stops her, saying it won't help.
He takes the blame, is taken prisoner by the Powhatan men who were alerted by the shot from Thomas' gun, and sentenced to die at sunrise. When Kocoum's corpse is carried back to the village, Powhatan scolds Pocahontas for disobeying his orders not to leave it, shaming him and her foolishness leading to Kocoum being killed.
As John is taken away, Nakoma approaches her, and she tells her that Kocoum was only trying to protect himself. Nakoma apologizes to her for her actions, and she was worried, that she was trying to do the right thing.
She brings Pocahontas to the tent where Smith is held, she tells the two warriors guarding it that Pocahontas wants to see the eyes of Thomas, and they agree, telling her to be quick and let her in.
She apologizes to Smith before leaving, while he vows to "be with her forever". After Meeko gives Pocahontas Smith's compass, which she recognizes as the spinning arrow from her dream, she realizes that she must stop the execution that will lead to war between the Native Americans and the settlers.
She runs to where it will take place, calling out to the forces of nature to help her reach them in time.
She reaches Smith just in time to throw herself over him and save him from being killed by Powhatan, who was going to be his executioner and murderer, and also tells off everyone on how they had been lead by the path of hatred.
Touched by Pocahontas' love and wisdom, Powhatan then comes to his senses, puts a ceasefire on their fight and releases John.
When the enraged Governor Ratcliffe rejects the offer of peace Powhatan offers by sparing and releasing Smith, he shoots at him, only for Smith to push him out of the way and take the bullet himself.
Soon after, a wounded John asks Pocahontas to come with him to England, but she explains that her place is in Virginia, with her people.
To comfort him, she tells him that "no matter what happens, I'll always be with you, forever. As it is leaving, she runs as fast as she can to a cliff overlooking the ocean.
Smith waves goodbye in the Powhatan fashion, and she does so the same way, as she showed to him earlier when they first met, as the ship sails away.
Several years after the original film, Pocahontas has been mourning Smith's apparent death in England. She eventually decides to move on and buries his compass which he gave to her before going back to England in the snow.
Unknown to her, his death is part of a plot by Ratcliffe to manipulate England into a war with the Indians.
Later on, Pocahontas has a run-in with an English diplomat named John Rolfe, who has recently sailed to Virginia. They do not get along at first, with her disliking his interference in a near-skirmish between the Powhatan and the English, while he dislikes her for rebuking him for said interference.
He later overhears of her role in stopping war and mistakenly assumes her to be the Chief, rather than the young woman he just met.
Later that night, Rolfe appears at Pocahontas' village with a gift for her but is astonished when he learns her identity. He reveals that Powhatan must come to England to meet with King James ; otherwise, he will allow England to go to war with the Indians.
When Powhatan refuses to go, Pocahontas volunteers instead. Pocahontas visits Grandmother Willow the next day, asking for advice for the journey, and is told to "listen to the spirit within.
They come to a truce. Upon arriving in England, Pocahontas is astounded by this "new world". But at the height of her fun, Ratcliffe appears and grins evilly when he finds out she is the ambassador instead of Powhatan.
He hands Rolfe a proclamation that King James has signed that says an armada is going to set sail to destroy the Powhatan tribe.
Rolfe and Pocahontas set out for his townhouse outside of London , where Mrs. Jenkins happily greets them and puts on tea.
Rolfe goes off to meet with King James alone. If she is deemed "uncivilized", however, then the armada will sail.
Rolfe and Mrs. Jenkins teach Pocahontas how to fit into English society, dressing her as an Englishwoman and teaching her how to dance.
At first, she impresses King James and Queen Anne, but during dinner, she is horrified by a bear-baiting spectacle. Unknown to her, Ratcliffe had arranged it knowing she would not approve.
She angers King James by calling him and his people barbarians, and as a result, she and her bodyguard, Uttamatomakkin , assigned by Powhatan, are arrested and scheduled to be executed.
Later on, Rolfe and a disguised Smith break Pocahontas and Uttamatomakkin out of the Tower of London and escape into the woods to avoid King James' troops.
She is shocked when Smith reveals himself and says that the rumors of his death were "greatly exaggerated. Smith explains that he had gone into hiding to avoid a treason conviction.
While he wants to resume his relationship with Pocahontas, she is more concerned about the armada scheduled to sail to Virginia to attack her people.
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In der Filmversion ist Pocahontas eine junge Frau mit perfekt proportioniertem Körper und verträumten Mandelaugen.
Als die freiheitsliebende Schönheit auf einer ihrer Exkursionen durch die umwerfend malerische Natur auf den soeben mit seinen Männern an Land gegangenen Engländer John Smith im Original adäquat von Frauenschwarm Mel Gibson gesprochen - und gesungen!
Eine Kollision der beiden grundverschiedenen Kulturen ist unvermeidbar, doch mit Mut und Beherztheit tritt Pocahontas als Mittlerin auf und ihre Liebe schlägt eine verbindende Brücke.
An den Pionieren wird wenig beschönigt, was vor allem mit der Figur des profitgierigen Governeurs Ratcliffe zum Ausdruck gebracht wird.
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