Aladdin and the King of Thieves (cameo)
|Television Programs|| House of Mouse
Sofia the First (upcoming)
|Video Games|| Pocahontas
Animated StoryBook: Pocahontas
|Voice|| Irene Bedard (speaking)
Judy Kuhn (singing)
|Other names|| Princess Pocahontas
|Personality||Noble, calm, caring, resourceful, wise, brave, bold, patient, humble, curious, outgoing, adventurous, peaceful, outspoken, strong-willed, independent, free-spirited, open-minded, tactful, determined, willful, headstrong|
|Goal||To restore good and peaceful relationships between her Native tribe and the English settlers and people|
|Allies||John Smith, Chief Powhatan, Meeko, Flit, Percy, Nakoma, Grandmother Willow, Thomas, John Rolfe, Mrs. Jenkins, Kocoum|
|Likes||Enjoying nature, swimming, canoeing, running, jumping, animals, being with John Smith|
|Dislikes||War, arranged marriages, disrespect for nature, doing things against her will|
|Quotes|| (sings) "You can own the earth and still, all you'll own is earth until you can paint with all the colors of the wind."
Her speaking voice is provided by Irene Bedard while her singing voice is provided by Judy Kuhn. She is the 7th official Disney Princess.
Pocahontas is a member of the Powhatan Indian tribe that makes their home in Virginia. She is the 18-year old daughter of Chief Powhatan. It is stated that Pocahontas' mother had died, and that Pocahontas had inherited her strong will and free spirit. She is the only member of her tribe that is not xenophobic towards the white settlers, instead forming a relationship with John Smith. By the time of the second film, she is respected enough that she is sent as an ambassador to England on behalf of her people.
Pocahontas' name means "Little Mischief." She is based on the real historical figure, and was born into a highly sophisticated Native American culture that knew about Europeans. Her design was modeled after her voice actress, Irene Bedard, who happens to be Native American.
It is important to note that Jean Jacques Rousseau's notion of the "noble savage" was an important inspiration for this fictionalized story of the important historical persona that is Pocahontas. For as can be seen in other information given below, the story presented in the animated film is not an accurate telling of her life. Rather, it is an examination of the above notion.
Pocahontas is displayed as a noble, free-spirited and highly spiritual young woman. She expresses wisdom beyond her years and offers kindness and guidance to those around her. She loves adventure and nature. In the film, she appears to have shamanic powers since she was able to commune with nature, talk to spirits, empathize with animals and understand unknown languages.
In the sequel, Pocahontas seems to have grown after hearing of John Smith's assumed death. She keeps her independent spirit and playfulness, but is much more mature and self-assured than she was in the first film. During her stay in England, she nearly loses herself in the hustle and bustle of this new world and is turned into someone she's not. But in the end she bravely intends to sacrifice herself for her people's safety and returns to her homeland, finding herself, and romantic love, once again.
She believes that here mother's spirit surrounds her.