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  • Pocahontas II: Journey to the New World is a 1998 straight-to-video animated film as a sequel to the Disney film Pocahontas. The film is inspired by the true events of Pocahontas after her encounter with John Smith. While in the first film her romance is focused on John Smith, the sequel involves her deep romantic love and affection for the Englishman that she had married in real life, known as John Rolfe.
  • Pocahontas vive el mayor reto de su vida en su viaje a Inglaterra. Con la ayuda del apuesto John Rolfe, su inseparable guardaespaldas Uttamatomakkin y sus amigos Miko, Flit y Percy, buscará la paz de su pueblo. Un impresionante "Nuevo Mundo" aparece ante sus ojos en las calles de Londres, donde volverá a tener un desafortunado encuentro con el Gobernador Ratcliffe.
  • Ironically, in the end, when Pocahontas and John Rolfe get on the boat together back to America, it coincides with real life perfectly. The ironic part is that in real life, she dies on this boat ride. This greatly decreases the chance of a Pocahontas III. Spoilers end here.
  • Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World is a 34th animated feature in the List theatrical animated features.
  • Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World (Pocahontas II: Viaje a un Nuevo Mundo en español) es una película de animación de Walt Disney Pictures de 1998, siendo una continuación de la película de 1995, Pocahontas, que al igual que esta primera película está basada en hechos reales, pero siendo la continuación de la vida historia real de Pocahontas y a la misma vez, de los últimos años de su vida. Todos los personajes que habían estado en la primera película eran los mismos con las voces originales, excepto el capitán John Smith, que recibe la voz de Donal Gibson, el hermano menor de Mel Gibson, que fue John Smith en la primera película.
  • In London, John Smith is ambushed by a group of soldiers with a warrant for his arrest and presumed dead in the ensuing confrontation; Governor Ratcliffe has lied to King James (being a personal friend of the King) and framed Smith as the traitor from the first film in a plot to declare war against the Powhatan Nation while avoiding punishment for his own crimes. In order to prevent this, the King sends a young diplomat, John Rolfe, to bring Chief Powhatan to England for negotiations. In the New World, Pocahontas, Powhatan's daughter, mourns John Smith's death but is eventually able to move on. John Rolfe soon arrives, greeted by English civilians (who by now have settled in Jamestown) and a curious Pocahontas. Rolfe eventually speaks with Powhatan, but he refuses to accompany him to Engla
  • (The Disneycember logo is shown, before showing clips from Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World) Doug (vo): Yeah, because out of all the Disney properties that people seem to love the most, it was Pocahontas. Clearly we needed a sequel to that. Truth be told, I don't know what's more shocking. The fact that they actually made a sequel to this film that was so historically inaccurate and the majority of audiences didn't like, and even many said was the beginning of the downfall of hand-drawn Disney animation, or the fact that...I can't believe I'm saying this...I actually enjoy this one a little bit more than the original? But if you know what I think of the original, that's not saying much. It's still not good. In fact, there are scenes that are downright cringe-worthy to sit through. But
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  • Flip Kobler
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  • Flip Kobler
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  • Cindy Marcus
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  • 4320.0
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  • 143808
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  • 4320.0
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  • Pocahontas II: Viaje a un Nuevo Mundo
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  • United States
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  • Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World
  • Journey to a New World
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  • The DVD Cover
  • The 2000 DVD cover
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  • Pocahontas
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  • Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World
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  • Bradley Raymond
  • Tom Ellery
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  • 143808
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  • 7261
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  • 1998-08-04
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  • 1998-08-04
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  • 1998
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  • 4320.0
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  • Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World
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  • Pocahontas
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  • Pocahontas II: Journey to the New World is a 1998 straight-to-video animated film as a sequel to the Disney film Pocahontas. The film is inspired by the true events of Pocahontas after her encounter with John Smith. While in the first film her romance is focused on John Smith, the sequel involves her deep romantic love and affection for the Englishman that she had married in real life, known as John Rolfe.
  • Pocahontas vive el mayor reto de su vida en su viaje a Inglaterra. Con la ayuda del apuesto John Rolfe, su inseparable guardaespaldas Uttamatomakkin y sus amigos Miko, Flit y Percy, buscará la paz de su pueblo. Un impresionante "Nuevo Mundo" aparece ante sus ojos en las calles de Londres, donde volverá a tener un desafortunado encuentro con el Gobernador Ratcliffe.
  • In London, John Smith is ambushed by a group of soldiers with a warrant for his arrest and presumed dead in the ensuing confrontation; Governor Ratcliffe has lied to King James (being a personal friend of the King) and framed Smith as the traitor from the first film in a plot to declare war against the Powhatan Nation while avoiding punishment for his own crimes. In order to prevent this, the King sends a young diplomat, John Rolfe, to bring Chief Powhatan to England for negotiations. In the New World, Pocahontas, Powhatan's daughter, mourns John Smith's death but is eventually able to move on. John Rolfe soon arrives, greeted by English civilians (who by now have settled in Jamestown) and a curious Pocahontas. Rolfe eventually speaks with Powhatan, but he refuses to accompany him to England, so Pocahontas goes in her father's stead, believing that she can bring about peace between the two nations. Powhatan sends a bodyguard, Uttamatomakkin (Uti) to accompany Pocahontas. Rolfe and Pocahontas have a rocky start, but gradually warm up to each other. In England, Rolfe leaves Pocahontas at his mansion and meets with King James and Queen Anne, but James refuses to meet with Pocahontas despite Rolfe's pleas. Instead, per Ratcliffe's suggestion, James invites both Rolfe and Pocahontas to an upcoming ball and promises that if Pocahontas impresses him by acting "civilised", he will prevent the armada from sailing to Jamestown, but if she does not, he will declare war. Knowing that Ratcliffe deliberately manipulated the King, Rolfe and his maid, Mrs. Jenkins, educate Pocahontas in the ways of British etiquette to prepare her. At the ball, Pocahontas wins over the King and Queen with flattery and almost manages to prevent war, but a bear-baiting arranged by Ratcliffe and greatly enjoyed by the snobbish nobility infuriates Pocahontas and she openly accuses the King of savage behaviour. James angrily orders Pocahontas and Uti imprisoned in the Tower of London, and declares war on the Powhatan tribe. At his home, Rolfe is approached by a hooded stranger who helps him break Pocahontas and Uti out of the tower and take them to an inn, where the man reveals himself to be John Smith. Smith implores Pocahontas to stay hidden with him, but she instead takes Rolfe's advice and decides to try and stop the war one last time. She openly confronts the King in the palace and reveals Smith, thus proving that Ratcliffe had been lying the entire time. Realising Ratcliffe's treachery, James sends a battalion to stop the armada. They are successful in stopping the ships before they can set sail, but Ratcliffe refuses to give up and tries to kill Pocahontas. Smith appears and fights Ratcliffe one-on-one until Ratcliffe draws a gun, but before he can fire, Rolfe sends him overboard with the ship's mast. Ratcliffe makes it back to the port, where he is arrested by the King. Smith receives a royal pardon and his own ship from the King as a sign of apology. Pocahontas and Rolfe, meanwhile, appear on the verge of admitting that they love each other. Before they can, Smith appears and implores Pocahontas to accompany him on his new journeys around the world, but Pocahontas chooses otherwise and she and Smith part ways as friends. As Pocahontas later prepares to return to Jamestown, she finds Rolfe waiting for her on the ship, having chosen to go and live with her in Jamestown (with Uti remaining in London in his stead). They kiss as the ship sails into the sunset.
  • Ironically, in the end, when Pocahontas and John Rolfe get on the boat together back to America, it coincides with real life perfectly. The ironic part is that in real life, she dies on this boat ride. This greatly decreases the chance of a Pocahontas III. Spoilers end here.
  • Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World is a 34th animated feature in the List theatrical animated features.
  • (The Disneycember logo is shown, before showing clips from Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World) Doug (vo): Yeah, because out of all the Disney properties that people seem to love the most, it was Pocahontas. Clearly we needed a sequel to that. Truth be told, I don't know what's more shocking. The fact that they actually made a sequel to this film that was so historically inaccurate and the majority of audiences didn't like, and even many said was the beginning of the downfall of hand-drawn Disney animation, or the fact that...I can't believe I'm saying this...I actually enjoy this one a little bit more than the original? But if you know what I think of the original, that's not saying much. It's still not good. In fact, there are scenes that are downright cringe-worthy to sit through. But again, as I'm finding out with some of these Disney sequels, there was a legitimate talent going in that I have to admire on some levels, sort of.
  • Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World (Pocahontas II: Viaje a un Nuevo Mundo en español) es una película de animación de Walt Disney Pictures de 1998, siendo una continuación de la película de 1995, Pocahontas, que al igual que esta primera película está basada en hechos reales, pero siendo la continuación de la vida historia real de Pocahontas y a la misma vez, de los últimos años de su vida. Todos los personajes que habían estado en la primera película eran los mismos con las voces originales, excepto el capitán John Smith, que recibe la voz de Donal Gibson, el hermano menor de Mel Gibson, que fue John Smith en la primera película.
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