Pocahontas II: Journey To A New World

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Overview

The DVD of this direct-to-video sequel to Disney's Pocahontas boasts a widescreen 1.66:1 transfer. English and Spanish soundtracks are available in Dolby Digital 5.1, while a French soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Surround. English and Spanish subtitles are also available. Supplemental materials on this disc include a Pocahontas 2 DVD storybook, an interactive trivia game, and a cartoon featuring Little Hiawatha. Though there is no information about filmmaking in the ...
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Overview

The DVD of this direct-to-video sequel to Disney's Pocahontas boasts a widescreen 1.66:1 transfer. English and Spanish soundtracks are available in Dolby Digital 5.1, while a French soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Surround. English and Spanish subtitles are also available. Supplemental materials on this disc include a Pocahontas 2 DVD storybook, an interactive trivia game, and a cartoon featuring Little Hiawatha. Though there is no information about filmmaking in the extras, kids should enjoy them all.
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Special Features

Pocahontas II DVD Storybook; Interactive trivia game; "Little Hiawatha" cartoon
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
Children who wonder what awaited Pocahontas just around the river bend can find out in this produced-for-video sequel to Pocahontas, in which our spirited heroine sails off to England, where she will try to bring peace between her people and the settlers. Meanwhile, Radcliffe is already preparing an armada to reclaim Jamestown from the "savages." As Disney's produced-for-video sequels to its animated features go, Pocahontas II is one of the better ones. It has been handsomely rendered by Disney's B or B+ team of animators. Irene Bedard reprises her signature voice role as Pocahontas, with Linda Hunt as Grandmother Willow, David Ogden Stiers as Radcliffe, and Russell Means as Chief Powhatan. Billy Zane is the voice of English diplomat and love interest John Rolfe, while Donal Gibson Mel's brother, as John Smith makes a climactic, nick-of-time cameo. The songs are less engaging than those in the original film, and history buffs long ago threw up their hands at such stories, but when it comes to mining gold from popular characters, Disney has no peer. Pocahontas still cuts an impressive figure and Meeko the raccoon still constantly outwits pampered pooch Percy out of food scraps. "Where do I go from here?" Pocahontas sings. The safe bet? Pocahontas III.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/5/2000
  • UPC: 717951008497
  • Original Release: 1998
  • Rating:

  • Source: Walt Disney Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Vistavision (1.66:1)
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Dolby 5.1 / Stereo
  • Sound: Dolby Digital, stereo
  • Language: English, Français, Español
  • Time: 1:13:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 65,659

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Irene Bedard Voice Only
Judy Kuhn Voice Only
Billy Zane Voice Only
David Ogden Stiers Voice Only
Jean Stapleton Voice Only
Russell Means Voice Only
Linda Hunt Voice Only
Donal Gibson Voice Only
Technical Credits
Tom Ellery Director
Bradley Raymond Director
Allen Estrin Screenwriter
James Gallego Art Director
Dennis Greco Production Designer
Larry Grossman Songwriter
Colleen Halsey Editor
Ivan Johnson Sound/Sound Designer
Flip Kobler Screenwriter
Cindy Marcus Screenwriter
Lennie Niehaus Score Composer
Marty Panzer Songwriter
Jeannine Roussel Co-producer
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Scene Index

Chapter Selections
0. Chapter Selections
1. The Downfall Of John Smith [2:53]
2. Main Title/Winter Fun [:54]
3. "Where Do I Go From Here" [:54]
4. Tensions Mount [:54]
5. A Gift Of Peace [2:17]
6. Grandmother Willow [3:26]
7. Saying Goodbye [2:12]
8. Stowaways [:47]
9. "What A Day In London" [2:53]
10. Mrs. Jenkins [2:14]
11. Ratcliffe Sets A Trap [2:08]
12. "Wait 'Til He Sees You" [1:26]
13. The Hunt Ball [4:27]
14. "Things Are Not What They Appear.|00:01:52|}
15. Savage Behavior [3:48]
16. A Mysterious Stranger [2:04]
17. A Daring Rescue [1:19]
18. Reprise: "Where Do I Go From Here" [:55]
19. Audience With A Princess [5:13]
20. Stopping The Armada [1:45]
21. Different Paths [2:34]
22. Honoring The Heart [2:36]
23. "Between Two Worlds"/End Credits [1:40]
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Menu

Main
   Menu Group #1 with 24 chapter(s) covering 01:13:05
Set Up
   Spoken Languages
   Captions and Subtitles
Bonus Material
   Pocahontas II Trivia Game
   Pocahontas II DVD Storybook
      Have the story read to you
      Read the story by yourself
   "Little Hiawatha"
Preview Trailers
Play
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Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 6, 2013

    This would have been a perfect sequel... ...if Disney hadn't su

    This would have been a perfect sequel...

    ...if Disney hadn't suddenly chose to be historically accurate and make Pocahontas fall in love with John Rolfe. I understand she married him in real life, but really? If Disney wanted to be historically accurate, why did they make her fall in love with Smith in the first movie? He was probably over 20 when he met Pocahontas in real life, who was around 10.
    Even my mom, who knows the real story, is disappointed with the movie. It seemed to throw everything that was in the first movie out the window and made it pointless.
    Other than that, the movie was pretty good. I loved the soundtrack and story...except Pocahontas' new love interest.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    not all disney sequels are that bad

    I loved the first one of course and Pocahontas has to be my favorite disney character ever next to mulan. anyway this is the sequel to the original and continues the story where Pocahontas must travel to England to bring some peace between the indians and the englishmen. John Rolfe is introduced and sadly it is true with what becomes of her and rolfe and not smith. the scene with the bear was cruel and glad that she spoke up. not all sequels are bad, this one was okay and at least put some truth into it what with john rolfe and all. but to be honest i'll always love the original pocahontas.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    This movie is great!

    I think this movie has a great backround, but the music could be improved.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The Sequal Curse

    The first Pocahontas was great with amazing music but this was a true show of the sequal curse.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Pocahontas Two: A Masterpiece in itself

    Wow, I was floored, completely and utterly floored. This type of quality movie is scarcly found on shelves. I loved every moment! Every head nod, every ridiculous smile, every pursing lipped character captured my heart and tossed it among strange floating purple leaves. I listened with my heart and found the true meaning of my life in this movie. And if you're listening out there grandmother willow, I have my mother's spirit!!!!!!

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    Posted December 1, 2008

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    Posted February 7, 2009

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