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Film - Animated

  • Aladdin and the King of Thieves - Genie briefly turns into Pocahontas for a gag right before he dives out of a plane.
  • The Lion King 1½: At the end of the film, Pocahontas is among the many Disney characters who enters the theater to see the film after Timon's mother rewinds it.
  • Ralph Breaks the Internet: Pocahontas is one of the princesses that Vanellope meets in Oh My Disney.

Film - Live Action

  • Click - Donna wears a Pocahontas costume while playing a game with the children.
  • Notting Hill - Anna uses Pocahontas as a pseudonym while at the hotel.

Live Action TV

  • Beverly Hills, 90210 - Susan dresses as Pocahontas for a costume party.
  • Coronation Street - Steve McDonald watches the film with his daughter and is teased for crying at the end.
  • Saved by the Bell - an episode of The New Class has Maria threatening to tell everyone that Tommy D wrote a fan letter to Pocahontas.

Video Games

  • Stay Tooned!: One of the categories in the Shlepardy! mini-game is "Pocahontas". The questions mostly refer to the real-life historical figure, but occasionally make references to the Disney film, such as this question:
    What famous place did Pocahontas visit?
    A. Disney World
    B. Cocoa Beach
    C. London

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Western Animation

  • Animaniacs parodied the film in "Jokahontas", with Dot playing Pocahontas.
  • Dexter's Laboratory: In "The Way of the Dee Dee", when teaching Dexter how to be like her, Dee Dee sings, "Can you sing with all the colors of the rain?"
  • Pepper Ann: "Dances With Ignorance" has Pepper Ann insensitively boast that being 1/16 Navajo means that she "can paint with all the colors of the wind". Ironically, the episode has Irene Bedard voice the matriarch of the non-stereotypical Navajo family Pepper Ann meets.
  • Robot Chicken:
    • The final sketch from "Stone Cold Steve Cold Stone" has the Disney Princesses having engaged in a civil war, with Pocahontas on the "progressive" side.
    • A sketch from "Gracie Purgatory in: That's How You Get Hemorrhoids" involves a British settler chopping Grandmother Willow down and turning her into a table. When his date doesn't go well, the settler takes his frustration out on Grandmother Willow, chopping her even further and chucking her into a fire.
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  • The Simpsons: In "A Star is Burns", Barney Gumble's entry for the Springfield Film Festival is an artistic introspective film about alcoholism, entitled Pukahontas.