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As you've probably guessed, it was intended as a {{Mockbuster}} of a [[Disney/{{Pocahontas}} certain other film]] based on the Indian princess which also happened to be released the same year.

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As you've probably guessed, it was intended as a {{Mockbuster}} of a [[Disney/{{Pocahontas}} [[WesternAnimation/{{Pocahontas}} certain other film]] based on the Indian princess which also happened to be released the same year.


* VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory: It's probably safe to say the real Pocahontas (''and'' the Disney film) didn't have talking bird sidekicks or a living canoe.

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* VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory: It's probably safe to say To the real Pocahontas (''and'' point of making the Disney film) didn't have talking bird sidekicks or film look like a living canoe.documentary.

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* CosmicDeadline: The ending comes up ''really'' quickly and abruptly, with everything resolved in a matter of minutes.


* AnimateInanimateObject: As is often the case in a Creator/GoldenFilms production, there's an object which comes to life (Pocahontas' canoe) and no explanation is given.

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* AnimateInanimateObject: As is often the case in a Creator/GoldenFilms production, there's an object which comes to life (Pocahontas' canoe) (Doug the dugout canoe, in this case) and no explanation is given.

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* InformedSpecies: Little Fluffy Wing looks nothing like a real chickenhawk. If anything, he more closely resembles some kind of parrot.

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* DroppedABridgeOnHim: [[spoiler:John Rolfe]] dies pretty abruptly in a shipwreck, and the movie devotes hardly any time to the aftermath of his death, despite [[spoiler:leaving the ''title character'' widowed]].


* VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory: And how! It's probably safe to say the real Pocahontas didn't have talking bird sidekicks or a living canoe.

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* VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory: And how! It's probably safe to say the real Pocahontas (''and'' the Disney film) didn't have talking bird sidekicks or a living canoe.



** Pocahontas's first husband, whom we can assume was Pocahontas's real-life husband John Rolfe, is quickly forgotten about after he dies at sea. Instead, she just goes back to John Smith as if she hadn't even met her husband. That. Is. Cold.

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** Pocahontas's first husband, whom we can assume was Pocahontas's real-life husband John Rolfe, is quickly forgotten about after he dies at sea. Instead, she just goes back to John Smith as if she hadn't even met her husband. That. Is. Cold.


''Pocahontas'' is a 1995 AnimatedMusical [[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory loosely based]] on the real historical figure. It was made by Creator/GoldenFilms.

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''Pocahontas'' is a 1995 AnimatedMusical [[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory loosely based]] on [[UsefulNotes/{{Pocahontas}} the real historical figure.figure]]. It was made by Creator/GoldenFilms.


'''''Pocahontas''''' is a 1995 AnimatedMusical [[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory loosely based]] on the real historical figure. It was made by Creator/GoldenFilms.

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'''''Pocahontas''''' ''Pocahontas'' is a 1995 AnimatedMusical [[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory loosely based]] on the real historical figure. It was made by Creator/GoldenFilms.

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* BrokenBird: After she's captured by Gains, Pocahontas loses the will to try and escape her captor and return home. That and she's depressed over John Smith returning to England after a tragic accident.


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* OnlySaneMan: For a while, the eagle acts like the voice of reason for the movie.


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* TrueBlueFemininity: Pocahontas seems to wear a lot of blue in the movie.


* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Gains and his cronies disappear halfway through the movie.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Gains and his cronies disappear halfway through the movie.movie.
** Pocahontas's first husband, whom we can assume was Pocahontas's real-life husband John Rolfe, is quickly forgotten about after he dies at sea. Instead, she just goes back to John Smith as if she hadn't even met her husband. That. Is. Cold.

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* KarmaHoudini: Mr. Gains receives no punishment for his actions.


* AnimateInanimateObject: As is of the case in a GoldenFilms production, there's an object which comes to life (Pocahontas' canoe) and no explanation is given.

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* AnimateInanimateObject: As is of often the case in a GoldenFilms Creator/GoldenFilms production, there's an object which comes to life (Pocahontas' canoe) and no explanation is given.


'''''Pocahontas''''' is a 1995 AnimatedMusical [[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory loosely based]] on the real historical figure. It was made by GoldenFilms.

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'''''Pocahontas''''' is a 1995 AnimatedMusical [[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory loosely based]] on the real historical figure. It was made by GoldenFilms.
Creator/GoldenFilms.

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