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Pocahontas (1995) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film Pocahontas

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  • 1995
  • Walt Disney Studios
  • Buena Vista Pictures Distribution
  • Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
  • Cartoon Characters: Pocahontas, John Smith, Grandmother Willow, Meeko, Flit, Governor Ratcliffe, Wiggins, Thomas, Lon, Kocoum, Ben, Percy, Kekata, Chief Powhatan, Nakoma.
  • Vocal Talent: Irene Bedard (Pocahontas), Judy Kuhn (Pocahontas, Singing), Mel Gibson (John Smith), Linda Hunt (Grandmother Willow), Jon Kassir (Meeko), Frank Welker (Flit), David Ogden Stiers (Governor Ratcliffe, Wiggins), Christian Bale (Thomas), Joe Baker (Lon), James Apaumut Fall (Kocoum), Billy Connolly (Ben), Danny Mann (Percy), Gordon Tootoosis (Kekata), Russell Means (Powhatan), Michelle St. John (Nakoma), Jim Cummings (Powanton, Wise Man).
  • Directed By Mike Gabriel, Eric Goldberg.
  • Produced By James Pentecost.
    Associate Producer: Baker Bloodworth.
  • Animated By Alexander Williams, Randy Haycock (Pocahontas).
    Supervising Animators: Glen Keane (Pocahontas), John Pomeroy (John Smith), Ruben Aquino (Powatan), Duncan Marjoribanks (Radcliffe), Dave Pruiksma (Flit), Brian Ferguson (Meeko), Ken Duncan (Thomas), Richard Bazley.
    Character Animator: David Kuhn, Barry Temple.
    Effects Animation: Ted Kierscey.
    Animation Clean-Up: Renee Holt-Bird (Pocahontas).
  • Written By Carl Binder, Susannah Grant, Philip LaZebnik.
    Story: Chris Buck, Robert Gibbs, Francis Glebas, Ed Gombert, Joe Grant, Kaan Kalyon, Glen Keane, Todd Kurosawa, Duncan Marjoribanks, Burny Mattinson, Bruce Morris, Ralph Zondag.
    Additional Story: Randy Cartwright, Andrew Chapman, Vincent DeFrances, Don Dougherty, Will Finn, T. Daniel Hofstedt, Broose Johnson, Jorgen Klubien, Tom Mazzocco, Dave Pruiksma, Nik Ranieri.
  • Music By Alan Menken.
    Lyrics: Stephen Schwartz.
  • Edited By H. Lee Peterson.
    Assistant Editor: Anna Solorio-Catalano.
    Associate Editor: Mark A. Hester.
  • Casting: Ruth Lambert.
  • Casting Assistant: Meredith Layne.
  • Art Direction: Michael Giaimo.
  • Production Manager: Traci Tolman Mars.
  • Artistic Coordinator: Dan Hansen.
  • Character Design: Joe Grant.
  • Artistic Supervisor, Layout: Rasoul Azadani.
  • Artistic Supervisor, Background: Cristy Maltese.
  • Artistic Supervisor, CGI: Steve Goldberg.
  • Visual Effects: Don Paul.
  • Technology Staff: Dave Remba.
  • Animator, Additional Effects: Peter Demund.
  • Checking: Pat Sito.
  • Digital Scanning Pre-checker: Michael D. Lusby.
  • Choreographer: D.J. Giagni.
  • Rough Inbetweener: James Baker.
  • Scene Planning Coordinator, Florida: Karen N. Sickles.
  • Software Engineer: Bruce Hatakeyama.
  • Special EFX, Animating Assistant: Colbert Fennelly.
  • Technical Assistant: Earl Coffman.
  • Technology Production Supporters: Kee-Suk 'Ken' Hahn, Thomas Moore, Jr.
  • Technology Supporters: Mark M. Tokunaga, Tony Matthews.
  • Title Designer: Susan Bradley.
  • Music Production Supervisor: Tod Cooper.
  • Music Arrangers: Chris Boardman, Martin Erskine.
  • Music Scoring Mixer: John Richards.
  • Orchestrator: Danny Troob.
  • Vocalist, "Colors Of The Wind": Vanessa L. Williams.
  • Vocalist, "If I Never Knew You": Jon Secada, Shanice.
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Larry Kemp.
  • Sound Editor: Rick Morris.
  • Sound Designers: David Kneupper, Scott Martin Gershin.
  • Sound Effects Editor: Brian Mcpherson.
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixers: Dean A. Zupancic, Terry Porter.
  • Supervising ADR Editor: Curt Schulkey.
  • Ian Abercrombie: ADR Loop Group (Uncredited).
  • Foley Artists: Neal J. Anderson, Patrick N. Sellers.
  • Foley Mixer: Mary Jo Lang.
  • Production Assistants: Carrie Wilksen, Lorry Ann Shea.

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In 1607, a group of British adventurers led by the greedy governor John Ratcliffe, including a soldier named John Smith, have set sail for the New World, seeking gold and other treasures. Meanwhile, in Virginia, a young Native American named Pocahontas, the...  (more)

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This is a real good movie and i think that if the powatans were speaking their language than no one would no whats going on so thats why they were speaking english

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I love Pocahontas now and when I first saw it!!! I have almost EVERYTHING Pocahontas and people how say they don't like it should kepp it to there selfs!!!!

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I was forced to watch an hour of this abomination and vowed right then and there "Never Again"! The story plods along too slow. Pocahontas' voice actor is terrible. And the ultra-sucky romance may have "warmed Disney fans hearts" but...  (read more)

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Although this Disney production, had all the usual characteristics a successful Disney production has, it still had an important drawback. The story was predictable all the way and the end of the story was sudden and disappointing. What is memorable of this...  (read more)

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