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Pocahontas 2: Journey to a New World

Pocahontas 2: Journey to a New World

Pocahontas 2: Journey to a New World is an animated film that was released in the year 1998. It serves as a sequel to the highly successful Disney film, Pocahontas, which was released in 1995. This enchanting movie takes viewers on a captivating adventure as Pocahontas explores a new world filled with change, discovery, and personal growth.

The film features an array of talented voice actors who bring the characters to life with their exceptional performances. Irene Bedard lends her voice once again to the strong and courageous Pocahontas, capturing her fearless spirit and unwavering determination. Billy Zane joins the cast as the dashing and conniving Governor Ratcliffe, who poses a significant threat to Pocahontas and her people.

John Smith, portrayed by actor Donal Gibson, also returns in this sequel to face new challenges and obstacles. John Rolfe, a character introduced in this film, is voiced by actor Billy Connolly. He portrays a kind-hearted Englishman who helps Pocahontas navigate her way through the unfamiliar landscape she finds herself in.

Pocahontas 2: Journey to a New World takes place during a time of great change as the English settlers arrive in the New World. Pocahontas, torn between her love for John Smith and her duty to her people, embarks on a journey to England with the hope of establishing peace and understanding between her tribe and the settlers.

As Pocahontas arrives in England, she is met with a whole new culture and lifestyle. She encounters unfamiliar customs, dazzling ballrooms, and meets important historical figures, such as King James I, voiced by actor Jim Cummings. Pocahontas soon realizes the complexity and challenges of this new world, requiring her to face her own preconceptions and learn valuable lessons about acceptance and forgiveness.

The movie beautifully captures Pocahontas' personal growth and transformation as she navigates through the intricate balance between her heritage and the foreign society she finds herself in. It delves into the themes of cultural diversity, love, and sacrifice, delivering a heartfelt and inspiring message to its audience.

The film's soundtrack, composed by Lennie Niehaus, adds to the enchantment of the story. Each piece of music transports listeners into the world of Pocahontas, capturing both the grandeur of the English court and the spiritual connection to nature that Pocahontas cherishes. From the powerful ballads like "Where Do I Go from Here?" to the melodic and gentle tunes like "Between Two Worlds," the soundtrack provides an emotional depth that enhances the storytelling.

If you are captivated by the world of Pocahontas and would like to relive the magic, you can play and download these beautiful sounds here. Immerse yourself in the heartfelt story, embrace the characters' emotional journey, and enjoy the enchanting music that makes Pocahontas 2: Journey to a New World an unforgettable experience.

In conclusion, Pocahontas 2: Journey to a New World is a captivating animated film that continues the enchanting tale of Pocahontas. With an exceptional voice cast, a heartfelt story, and a mesmerizing soundtrack, this sequel immerses viewers in a world of change, discovery, and personal growth. It serves as a reminder of the importance of cultural understanding, love, acceptance, and forgiveness. So, if you're ready for an adventure, embrace the spirit of Pocahontas and let the journey begin.

A change of hair a dress to wear
A day we'll all remember as the day two worlds have met
A lady of grace from your head to your toes
A new life on my own
A ship of our own! I'll put a crew together immediately!
According to the customs
According to the customs of Greater Britain, I would like to present...
Across the stream of stars we'll reach
After he sees you in your new clothes
After him!
After our show the whole world will know
Ah nah, Father.
Ah, I think I'll put on some tea.
All aboard! Clear the mast! Clear the mast!
All right, of course, yes. Swab the deck. Swab the deck.
All right. You have it.
All this time. Why didn't you ever write to me?
Am I clear, Captain?
Amusing sights for your delight
An island in the sky
Anchor ahoy!
And blossom into spring
And honour, Pocahontas, is the backbone of our civilization.
And hope and pray someone will say
And I am honour bound to protect you.
And I'll not have you disruptin' my crew.
And if you slip up, just once, Ratcliffe can convince the king that
And learn how to begin
And our distinguished guest from the forests of the New World.
And our nightmare's now a dream
And some who just refuse to wake
And that is the death of John Smith.
And the finest proof's right here
And the loyalty of so many good men.
And there may even be another dream for me
And trust in their plan
And Utam Uttata
And Uti.
And wait
And wait till he sees you after you're dressed
And we will overlook this savage behaviour.
And we'll build a bridge of love
And we'll build a bridge of love
And you, mind your manners.
And you, you've done everything you've set out to do...
Anyone else care to join him?
Are you riding or running?
Are you suggesting she die for them?
Arrest him.
As a danger to one and to all
As I was saying, I never liked you, Smith.
As soon as the ships are armed, I set sail...
As the seasons pass we'll live as one
As tonight will make quite clear
Attention!
Away
Away
Aye, I bet you old John Rolfe wishes he never laid eyes...
Aye!
Because I speak the truth.
Because, like it or not, you are the envoy...
Between two worlds
Between two worlds
Between two worlds
Between two worlds
Bravo, John!
But he wasn't lying. The parchment bore the king's seal.
But I just heard meself from a guard what was there.
But it's the elite of British society etiquette and manners.
But only the spirit within can guide you.
But some of us got floors to sweep
But we must know their strength.
But we will await the return of John Rolfe... and the Indian chief.
But what is real will be revealed I can feel the moment's near
But where do I go from here
But where do I go from here
But you must listen to your own voice.
But, your majesty, you don't need him to confirm what I've already told you.
Cabbages and onions
Can this be all one tribe The things they sell
Cast a line!
Charming! Absolutely charming!
Check.
Children whine Peddlers sing
Close the gate!
Come on, Uti. Let's put on some tea.
Crowded and loud but so exciting too
Cut a notch in this staff for every pale face you see.
Cut him off!
Depends on only me
Did you hear that? She thinks I am a great king!
Didn't Mrs Jenkins exp Uh, Mrs Jenkins!
Dinner is served!
Do come. Oh, yes, bring your delightful...
Do not forget this land.
Do not forget this land.
Don't get stuck on that clasp Johnny's lucky they asked
Don't let him get away!
Don't let the savage get away with this.
Don't tell me you didn't know? The king wants his gold.
Don't you dare tell me I don't care about her!
Drop the maintop!
Easy left!
Enchanting! Charming!
Enjoy the accommodations.
Even when it could mean your life?
Every day a new adventure. New lands to discover.
Everyone knows someone
Eww, Johnny, you need a bath.
Eww!
Excellent idea, Ratcliffe. Rolfe, you will bring her to the hunt ball.
Fabulous jewellery!
Far from her homeland in the interests of peace.
Fate has a way of arranging what's right
Father, please. I can do this.
Father, someone must go.
Filthy barbarian.
Filthy savage!
For bed and board in London town
For now, my dear, enjoy the ball.
For you and I
From here
From here
Full sails!
Go on! Enjoy!
Goodbye, Smith.
Grand.
Grandmother Willow would just love these trees
Grandmother Willow, I need to speak with you.
Grandmother Willow, it doesn't work.
Grandmother Willow?
Great chief, I am John Rolfe.
Greetings, Your Magnificence cy.
Guest.
Halt! Who goes there?
Have no fear We're all right
He gave you his word as a gentleman, my dear.
He'll be so pleased you came down from the trees
He's escaping! Catch him!
He's inside.
He's saying that if you're civilized you can fit right in.
Hear ye! Hear ye!
Hear, hear!
Heave ho! Keep 'em taut. Here we go.
Hello, Your Excellent ness.
Here we go. Righto. Over here. Easy.
Hey! Hey! What is that? What's goin'
Hm? Oh, lovely... in your... underwear.
Hmm.
Hmm.
How can they respect my culture if they haven't seen it?
How do I look?
How do they build their huts so tall
How drippingly marvellous to see you!
How I regret when first we met I believed my own worst fear
How will her getting killed save them?
How will I know
How will I know
How wonderful this London day
Huh?
Huh? Your Majesty, the fugitives are getting away!
I believe we can prosper together in this great land under King James' gracious rule.
I can straighten this out. Come on.
I can't even see the real you under there.
I can't learn your ways alone, but you can help me.
I can't wait!
I did everything I could to save him.
I didn't exactly bring the Indian chief
I do hope no one else does.
I do not want the pale chief's land. He wants mine.
I fear the Indians may wage war.
I had to stay hidden let them continue to believe that I was dead.
I have a duty to honour what is in my heart, Pocahontas.
I have decided.
I have found where I belong.
I have personally taken charge of the entertainment for the hunt ball.
I hereby sentence you to death.
I hope you will also find happiness.
I I thought you were dead.
I knew you'd come!
I know that we can find a home
I know you are right. It's just hard to say goodbye.
I mean that's all we do around here.
I might find where I belong someday
I must find a way to warn my people, to stop this.
I must move on
I say, are you Hello? Can you hear me?
I think it's time you taught society a lesson.
I think the king will be very impressed
I think you must be a great king to have so many subjects, Your Majesty,
I thought you may need whatever power...
I want to make sure nothing... goes... right.
I wanted to. I must have started a thousand letters.
I was going to say the same about you.
I will honour my vow not to break the peace with the pale ones...
I will stop my armada; if not, the armada sails.
I wish I had her hair
I'll chart a new course.
I'll play that card there.
I'll put on some tea!
I'll take care of it.
I'm afraid that simply isn't done,
I've got him now!
I've learned to choose and even learned to say goodbye
I've never seen
If a jester's grin or a dancer's spin should be pleasing
If a juggler's feat should be incomplete
If I trust in mine somehow I might find
If it were I, I would have killed you years ago.
If she's not a savage, then why shouldn't she fit in?
If the fools we see look like you and me
In my heart I don't feel part
In one night you will have done more for the cause of peace than a hundred diplomats.
In some new place on some new face
Is he coming with us? Are you coming with us?
Is that my Pocahontas?
Is the cleverest one of the lot
It ain't exactly heaven but
It is time to listen to your heart.
It looks clean to me down here. I don't see any dirt.
It winds and bends but where it ends