Pocahontas Sun Colors Disney Doll By Mattel in 1995 - The box is in poor condition

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Pocahontas Sun Colors Disney Doll By Mattel in 1995 - The box is in poor condition

Pocahontas Sun Colors Disney Doll By Mattel in 1995 - The box is in poor condition

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Travers, Peter (June 23, 1995). "Pocahontas". Rolling Stone. Archived from the original on July 29, 2017 . Retrieved July 29, 2017. We were enjoying the movie, and there was a lot of laughter. Just what I needed to set my heart and mind straight before a busy week. And then, mid-movie, as Barbie prepares to leave “Barbie Land” to go to the “real world,” the character Gloria (played by America Ferrera) makes a comment that catches me off guard.

Movie News: Avatar to Follow a Pocahontas Narrative". Reelzchannel.com. August 6, 2009. Archived from the original on December 12, 2009 . Retrieved November 26, 2017. Mel Gibson was cast as English settler John Smith following a desire to make "something for my kids." [52] In a notable contrast to previous voice actors for Disney animated features, Gibson provided the singing voice for his character, [53] which the actor has described as the most difficult part of his role. [52] In January 2000, Walt Disney Home Video launched the Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection, with Pocahontas re-issued on VHS and DVD on June 6, 2000. [110] The DVD contained the film in its 1.66:1 aspect ratio enhanced with 5.1 surround sound, and was accompanied with special features including two music videos, a trivia game, the theatrical trailer, and a "Fun with Nature" activity booklet. [111] Five years later, the film was remastered for a THX-certified 10th Anniversary 2-disc Special Edition DVD, which was released on May 3, 2005. This release features two versions of the film, which are a new extended cut with two performances of "If I Never Knew You" and the original theatrical version. [112]Animator Tom Sito defended the film's relationship to history, stating that "Contrary to the popular verdict that we ignored history on the film, we tried hard to be historically correct and to accurately portray the culture of Virginia's Algonquins." [4] Legacy [ edit ]

Pewewardy, Cornel. "The Pocahontas Paradox: A Cautionary Tale for Educators". Journal of Navajo Education . Retrieved October 5, 2013. Christian Bale auditioned for the role of Thomas. As he explained in an interview with Disney Adventures, "the directors played with Thomas being Irish and Scottish and younger than I am, so I had to raise my voice and do different accents. But the more we did it, the more he became like me–older and English." [44] Richard White, the voice of Gaston in Beauty and the Beast, was supposed to voice Ratcliffe, but the crew was worried he might sound too much like Gaston, so he was replaced by his co-star David Ogden Stiers, [54] who also voices Ratcliffe's dimwitted assistant Wiggins. Pocahontas Two-Disc 10th Anniversary Edition – Creating John Smith (Bonus feature). John Pomeroy. Burbank, California: Walt Disney Home Entertainment. 2005. {{ cite AV media}}: CS1 maint: others in cite AV media (notes) ( link)

Geiz, Didier (2010). Walt's People: Volume 9: Talking Disney with the Artists Who Knew Him. Xlibris. pp.506–507. ISBN 978-1-45008-746-9. Archived from the original on December 1, 2015. Ghez, Didier (2020). They Drew as They Pleased Vol. 6: The Hidden Art of Disney's New Golden Age. Chronicle Books. ISBN 978-1-79720-093-4. Yearly Box Office Results". Box Office Mojo. Archived from the original on June 1, 2015 . Retrieved May 24, 2015. Oh my god! This is like in the 1500s with the Indigenous people and smallpox,” she says. “They had no defences against it!” Wait – what did she just say? One of Gabriel's early ideas was for Pocahontas's mother to be embodied in a certain star in the sky that would help Pocahontas find her path to Smith. [35] The Lion King however had concurrently carried a similar idea of the ancestors giving wisdom and guidance to the protagonist so the idea was discarded. [18] Michael Eisner pushed for Pocahontas to have a mother, lamenting that "We're always getting fried for having no mothers." The writers countered that Powhatan was polygamous and formed dynastic alliances among other neighboring tribes by impregnating a local woman and giving away the child, so it was believed that Pocahontas herself probably did not see her mother that much. [36] "Well", Eisner conceded, "I guess that means we're toasted." [14] Ultimately, her mother's spirit would become the swirling wind that occurs throughout the film. [35]

Giardina, Carolyn (February 3, 2014). "Supervising Sound Editor and Designer Lon Bender Joins Formosa Group". The Hollywood Reporter. Archived from the original on December 1, 2017 . Retrieved November 24, 2017. Canemaker, John (1996). Before the Animation Begins: The Art and Lives of Disney Inspirational Sketch Artists. Hyperion Books. ISBN 978-0-78686-152-1. Pocahontas, The Legend". Turner Classic Movies. Archived from the original on December 1, 2017 . Retrieved November 26, 2017.

Sito, Tom (1996). "Fight To The Death, But Don't Hurt Anybody! Memories of Political Correctness". Animation World Network. Archived from the original on June 26, 2015 . Retrieved May 24, 2015.

Pocahontas, the “Indian princess,” has been an enduring image in American literatureand art. However, her story has been adapted to suit the needs of its interpreters. She has been used to promote both the blending ofindigenousand colonialcultures and assimilation and has also been claimed as a symbol by both abolitionistsand the Southernaristocracy.

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Welkos, Richard (June 27, 1995). "Weekend Box Office: 'Pocahontas' Inches Past 'Batman' ". Los Angeles Times. Archived from the original on May 24, 2015 . Retrieved May 24, 2015. Edwards, Leigh (May 1999). "The United Colors of "Pocahontas": Synthetic Miscegenation and Disney's Multiculturalism". Narrative. Ohio State University Press. 7 (2): 151–152. JSTOR 20107179– via JSTOR. Stephen Schwartz Comments on Disney's Pocahontas" (PDF). stephenschwartz.com. 2010. Archived from the original (PDF) on September 24, 2015 . Retrieved May 24, 2015.



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