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Pocahontas: Journey to the New World

Disney
Direct
to Video
Films:
Pocahontas
Journey
to the New
World

Awards

Cast

Contents

Film Info

Info

Mistakes

Movie
Clips

Songlyrics

Trivia

Movie Script

Script Typed by typed by Cristina Sánchez Arteaga of Wilfried's Disney Database

Color coding for characters

Pocahontas & Mrs. Jenkins

John Rolfe & Ratcliffe

Other characters


Non dialogue elements are underlined italic written

Meanwhile a bell is tolling, the camera shows us a lighted house in which a man is studying a map...

Soldier 1

He's inside.

Ratcliffe

Get him.

Soldier 2

he’s gone!

Ratcliffe

Search the room!

John Smith

Hey, a party, am I invited?

Soldier 1

reading John Smith, in the name of the king you are under arrest for treason in Jamestown.

John Smith

Treason? You must be looking for Ratcliffe. John Smith and the soldiers fight and Smith jumps from the window running away over the roofs

Soldier 1

Don’t let him get away.

Soldier 2

After him

A soldier takes John Smith by the back but...

John Smith

Thanks for droppin’ in, anyone else care to join him? The fight continues

Soldier 2

Cut him off!

Soldier 3

I’ve got him now

Soldier 2

Oh, he’s jumped

John Smith tries to held with a hand, but then a very well known voice sounds in his ears.

Ratcliffe

the king believed my story. Pity, I so would have preferred to see you hanged. Ha ha ha. He trades on John Smith's fingers. A body splashing can be heard. Chuckling first and then sobbing Ratcliffle is with the King

In the Royal Palace

Ratcliffe

Sobbing I did everything I could do to save him, and that’s the death of John Smith.

King

I wanted him alive!

Ratcliffe

As did I, but your Majesty, you don’t need him to confirm what I’ve already told you.

Queen

We must wait until John Rolfe returns with the chief of these Indians.

Ratcliffe

the chief will only tell you more heathen lies. War is the only way.

King

Very well Ratcliffe. Prepare your armada then, but we will await the return of John Rolf and the Indian chief.

Scene changes. A ship is sailing to the New World, Pocahontas' home. Then the title appears. It's wintertime and all the landscape is snowed. The Indians are chattering and laughing taking some baskets with food for the season. Among them are Pocahontas and Nakoma. We can see how Meeko and Percy, playing, try to take some food. Pocahontas and Nakoma are playing with the snow, but the laughs stop when Pocahontas sees in the snow John Smith's compass, and she remembers him sadly.

Nakoma

Oh, much time has passed since the news of John Smith's death. Perhaps it's time to put this behind you

Pocahontas

I know you're right. It's just hard to say goodbye. She leaves. She wants to stay alone with her thoughts, but Meeko, Percy and Flit go with her. She is singing

The Earth is Cold,
The fields are bare,
The branches fold against
The wind that's everywhere.
The birds move on so they survive,
With snow so deep
The bears all sleep
To keep themselves alive.

They do what they must
For now, and thrust
In their plan.
If I trust in mine, somehow,
I might find who I am.

But where do I go from here.
So many voices ringing in my ear,
Which is the voice that I was meant to hear.
How will I know where
Do I go from here.
My world has changed,
And so have I.
I have learned to choose
And I have learned to say goodbye,
The path ahead so hard to see.
It winds and bends, but where it
Ends all depend on only me.
In my heart I don't feel a part
Of so much I've known.
Now it feels it's time to
Start a new life on my own

But where do I go from here.
So many voices ringing in my ears.
Which is the voice that I was meant to hear.
How will I know, where do I go.
From here.

She buries the compass in the snow, and then it can be heard a boom. A ship is coming.

Man 1

Ship ahoy! Ship's coming! Ship's coming!

People chatter excitedly and run to the harbor.

Man 2

Open the gate!

Sailor

Cast a line! Put your back into it! Together man! Easy left!

The Indians are watching the scene from the wood, but Pocahontas wants to see closer and goes to the city.

Man 3

Stations! Attention!

From the ship a man appears riding a horse. It's John Rolfe. The Indians look at him nervously. A man is in the edge to hit Pocahontas with his bag and then he insults her

Man with bag

Filthy barbarian!

Flit, squeaking angrily, makes a hole in the bag loosing some kind of food. Meeko and Percy run after the man and provoke an incident

John Rolfe

Whoa boy! Steady! Whoa! Down boy! He cannot control his horse and falls. The horse runs away and in his ride he almost hit the man of the bag, but Pocahontas saves him but...

Voice

screaming Runaway horse!

Man with bag

Bloody savage! He hits Pocahontas' face and when he tries to so the same again the Indians appear from the wood with their weapons. People scream and prepare then their weapons also, but Pocahontas and John Rolfe stop them

Pocahontas

No wait! Wait!

John Rolfe

Stand down! To Pocahontas It's all right now. I've taken care of it.

Pocahontas

The settlers need to know they can trust us to do the right thing. You should not have interfered.

John Rolfe

I beg your pardon?

Pocahontas

All right, you have it.

John Rolfe

I was trying to help.

Pocahontas

I did not ask for your help.

John Rolfe

Well, you didn't say "Thank you" either. Whatever happened to manners and etiquette?

Pocahontas

Well, since you are new here I don't expect you to have them yet she leaves

John Rolfe

angrily Women!

Woman 1

I fear the Indians may way war.

Woman 2

Oh my dear, Pocahontas would never allow that.

John Rolfe

Pocahontas?

Child

John Rolfe, your horse sir.

John Rolfe

Hmm. Oh there you are. Thank you. It's time I met this chief Pocahontas.

Indians camp. They are playing music and chanting. John Rolfe interrupts the party

John Rolfe

To Powhatan Great Chief, I am John Rolfe, according to the customs... Uti stays in front of him How do you do?

Powhatan

Let him pass.

John Rolfe

According to the customs of Greaten Britain, I would like to present this horse as a gift of peace to the mighty Pocahontas.

Powhatan

Daughter.

John Rolfe

To Pocahontas You?

Powhatan

This beast is for you.

John Rolfe

No, I'm sorry, it's my fault, This horse it's mean for...

Powhatan

Pocahontas your King said, or did he speak falsely?

John Rolfe

No! Never chuckles it's just that... this is... no th-this is perfectly fine to himself Hm, good job Rolfe. To Powhatan I believe we can prosper together in this great land under King James' gracious rule. To build trust, I would like you to sail back with me... to meet my King.

Powhatan

I do not want the pale chief's land. He wants mine. Why doesn't he cross the salt water to see me?

John Rolfe

I'm afraid that simply isn't done, Your Grand "Chiefliness".

Warrior

Your kind are barbarians. They only want our land! They mean to destroy our sacred...

Pocahontas

is that what they want? You don't know. Father, someone must go.

Warrior

You speak with the tongue of a pale one. You belong with them. Perhaps you should go.

John Rolfe

No! This is a matter of diplomacy; to Pocahontas you can't handle a job like this.

Pocahontas

I will go

Powhatan

Daugther...

Pocahontas

Father, please. I can do this.

Powhatan

You have your mother's spirit. Very well, it is decided.

John Rolfe

But...Sights Grand.

Riding her new horse, Pocahontas goes to see Grandmother Willow. She needs her help.

Pocahontas

Grandmother Willow! I need to speak with you.

Grandmother Willow

Is that my Pocahontas? My, why is it child? You are concerned about crossing the salt water.

Pocahontas

What if I can't bring peace? What if I'm destinated to fail? What if I make things worse?

Grandmother Willow

Wha-what if? What if the sky turns to fire and your nose falls off? Long ago, I told you to listen with your heart; it is time to listen to your heart.

Pocahontas

but the spirits around me...

Grandmother Willow

Can help, but only the spirit within can guide you listen to the spirit within.

Pocahontas

Listen to the spirit within she only can hear the animals' noises Grandmother Willow it doesn't work! Grandmother Willow? But she doesn't answer?

At the harbor.

Sailors

Easy up men!
Here we go. Righto. Over here. Easy
To the starboard
Horst away!

Powhatan

To Uti I will honour my vow not to break the peace with the pale ones but we must know their strength. Cut a notch in this staff for every pale face you see. Watch over my daughter.

Pocahontas

She notices something or someone in her bag and she opens it and discovers Meeko, Flit and Percy I can't take you this time. Stay our of mischief and look after one another They are sad, but Meeko discovers a way to follow her. Pocahontas looks back to the wood and sees her people saying her goodbye. Nakoma is among them

Nakoma

using her hands at the same time Do not forget this land.

Pocahontas

You'll always be with me They hug crying

In the ship.

John Rolfe

Wait! What's this?

Pocahontas

This is Uttamatomakkin.

John Rolfe

Well is Uttama... Uttamakk.. Is he coming with us? To Uti Are you coming with us? I say, are you... hello? Can you hear me? To Pocahontas can he... can he hear me? Without any word Uti starts cutting a notch in the staff. John Rolfe is the first pale man in his list Oh yes, of course. This was a good idea, wasn't it? This will be fine! Fantastic!

Sailor 1

All hands on deck! A bell rings

Sailor 2

Anchor ahoy!

Officer

Undo the sails

Sailor 3

Aye sir

Pocahontas

to her father out of her sight An-nah Father they say goodbye each other with the wind spirit. The journey has just began and Meeko, Flit and Percy are hidden in the ship, but now it's time to find Pocahontas

Old Sailor

All right, of course yes. Swab the deck, swab the deck. I mean that's all we do around here. Swab the bloody deck. It's always clean anyway, I mean, what are we swabbing the deck for? It looks clean to me down here. I don't see any dirt Meeko is hidden in the bracket and suffers the consequences Swabbing the deck... I'm swabbing! Did anybody notice I'm swabbing? When Meeko is discovered, they both scream

Sailors

Hey, hey! What is that? What's going...

Old Sailor

Get him! That's it!

Pocahontas

Meeko has just meet Pocahontas, but first he has to vomit Oh Meeko, what are you doing here? Percy appears then completely drunk

Captain

What's all this then? Angrily Look missy, I don't cotton to stowaways, and I'll not have you disruptin' my crew. You can take this voyage below... He faces to Uti or in the brig. You're--

John Rolfe

--a guest of the King and is to be treated as such. Am I clear, Captain?

Pocahontas

to John Rolfe Why would you do that?

John Rolfe

Because, like it or not, you're the envoy and I am honour-bound to protect you. And honour, Pocahontas, is the backbone of our civilization.

Pocahontas

Thank you.

The journey continues and finally they arrived to London

Sailor 1

Land ho! A canon is booming

Sailor 2

Full sails

John Rolfe sees how Pocahontas runs to see the New World. Meanwhile, Uti continues cutting notches

Sailors

Heave ho! Keep them taint. Here we go. People is astonished at the sight of Pocahontas, as she is seeing the city

John Rolfe

to her Welcome to London he leads her into a carriageto Uti shall we? Suit yourself.

Lampkeeper

Yawn
The sun comes up,
The lamps go down,
The day begins in
London town

Father

There's tea to brew

Mother

and buns to bake

Mom & Dad

And some who just
Refuse to wake

Shopkeeper 1

While shops are stocked
And flocks are fed

Shopkeeper 2

The midnight men drift
Home to bed School

Teacher

School bells chime
And church bells ring

Kids

Children whine

Pedler

and peddlers sing

Chorus

What a day in London
Come and see who's here
Everybody knows someone
They come from far and near
They bring their geese
They're finest fleece
To please the keenest eye
And hope and pray
Someone will say
There's something they
Might buy

John Rolfe

Pocahontas, wait!

Shopkeeper 3

with pigs to slop
And fish to gut

Shopkeeper 4

it ain't exactly heaven but

Beggar

we thank the lord
And kiss the ground
For bread and board
In London town

Butler

the upper crust
Lie fast asleep

Maid

But some of us has got
Floors to sweep

Butler & Maid

One day's like the
Day before

Soldier 1

Can't complain [Hiccups]

Soldier 2

If there's no war

All

What a day in London
Everything's for sale
Cabbages and onions

Man Pedestrian

[Gasp] Lookup

Woman Pedestrian 1

Who's that, that girl up in the tree

Woman Pedestrian 2

Good Grief,
What can it be

Man Pedestrian 2

Look there, I swear
She's flying through
The tree

Woman Pedestrian 3

She must be wild

Man Pedestrian 3

She's just a child

John Rolfe

Pocahontas...

Woman Pedestrian 4

I wish I had her hair

John Rolfe

Wouldn't you care to join me, here? On the ground? This instant?

Pocahontas

My heart is pounding
Like a drum,
I can't believe my eyes
In London people seem to
Come in every
Shape and size,
So many paths I wonder
How they find their way
So many signs I wonder
What they really say.
London is nothing like
I've seen before
Music and feathered hats
And roofs that shine,
With flags flying higher
Than a pine

Man Pedestrian 4

She seems so sweet,
She means us well

Man Pedestrian 5

Size 20 feet

Woman Pedestrian 5

How can you tell

Undertaker

You're the day,
Just wait and see

Shakespeare

What is to be or not to be

Pocahontas

How do they build
Their huts so tall
Can this be all one tribe
The things they sell,
The things I smell,
I never could describe
These cakes taste just like
Berries pikes this very day
The sound a river makes still
Takes my breath away.
London's as busy as a hive of bees,
Grandmother Willow would just
Love these trees,
Crowded and loud but so
Exciting too, with colors
I never even knew

All

What a day in London,
Nothing strange at all

Kid

'cept the girl with
Someone maybe ten feet tall

Chorus

This day become a day no one
Is likely to forget
A day we'll all remember
As the day two worlds have meet

Pocahontas & Crowd

singing at same time

Pocahontas

My heart is pounding
Like a drum,
I can't believe my eyes

Man 1

Such beauty's rare,
I'm quite impressed

Pocahontas

In London people seem to
Come in every
Shape and size,

Woman 1

One mustn't stare,
She's barely dressed

Pocahontas

so many paths I wonder
How they find their way

Man 1

The strength of ten,
That's what I heard

Pocahontas

So many signs I wonder
What they really say.

Woman 1

Just one of the men,
Just take my word

Pocahontas

London is nothing like
I've seen before

Woman 2

A bright young thing
To venture here

Pocahontas

Music and feathered hats
And roofs that shine,
With flags flying higher
Than a pine

Puppet 1

Perhaps some brew
To quence your thrust

Puppet 2

Not with you,
I saw her first

All

What a day in London,
History was made,
Take away the mystery,
Then you're not afraid
We've seen a girl

Pocahontas

I've seen a world

Crowd

We've seen a world

Pocahontas & Crowd

I never dreamed I'd see,
What an extra special day,
Unique in every way
How wonderful this London day
Turned out to be

A carriage stops in front of them. It's Ratcliffe. Percy hides

Pocahontas

angrily You!

Ratcliffe

Well done Rolfe, bringing back a heathen as an example look at her chuckles She sticks out like a sore thumb.

John Rolfe

Pocahontas is here as an emissary of her people. A personal guest of the King angry

Ratcliffe

The King has appointed me to lead an armada against the savages. Don't tell me you didn't know? The King wants his gold.

Pocahontas

angrily there is no gold!

Ratcliffe

Another barbarian lie. As soon as the ships are armed, I set sail to destroy the heathens and reclaim Jamestown for James he leaves

Pocahontas

We must stop him! Warn your king of his lies!

John Rolfe

But he wasn't lying. The parchment bore the king's seal

Pocahontas

What? Then your king's promise to meet me was the lie.

John Rolfe

A King doesn't lie.

Pocahontas

They cannot both be true

John Rolfe

No it's, it's just a misunderstanding. It has to be. I can straighten this out. Come on Both enter in the carriageto Uti Are you riding or running? They arrive to John Rolfe's house

John Rolfe

Mrs. Jenkins! Glass shatters

Mrs. Jenkins

Oh! oh! Oh! Gads me gracious, is that my Johnny? She kisses Meeko instead of John Rolfe Euw! euw, Johnny, you need a bath John helps her with the glasses Oh, oh Johnny!

John Rolfe

laughing look at you!

Mrs. Jenkins

Oh you.

John Rolfe

Mrs. Jenkins, I would like to introduce Pocahontas. Pocahontas, Mrs. Jenkins. The Jenkins have been with the Rolfes for generations. Careful, she's about to put on some tea.

Mrs. Jenkins

I'll put on some tea she bumps into Uti oh, ooh!

John Rolfe

Oh, and Uttamatomakkin.

Mrs. Jenkins

Ooh, I'll put on lots and lots of tea

John Rolfe

I'm off to see the King

Pocahontas

I want to go with you.

John Rolfe

Uh, Pocahontas, the conventions in England are very complex. I must go alone.

Pocahontas

But--- but---

John Rolfe

Now, I promise I will arrange for you to see the King. My word as a gentleman. Trust me he closes the door

Mrs. Jenkins is taking the tea with Uti and the animals

Uttamatomakkin

Mm! He likes the sandwiches

Mrs. Jenkins

Mm! Cleaning portraits

Pocahontas

I must find a way to warn my people to stop this.

Mrs. Jenkins

Leave it to Johnny. He gave you his word as a gentleman, my dear. You can stake your life on that.

At the Royal Palace

John Rolfe

I didn't exactly bring the Indian chief...

King

No, no, no I told you I would meet with the chief and no one less. Playing chess Knight to Bishop three.

John Rolfe

Sire, I gave their people your word you would meet. Are we not honour-bound---

Ratcliffe

The King is bound to nothing when you cannot fulfil your mission. You were sent for the savage leader and yet you bring back a woman.

King

A woman!

John Rolfe

Your Highness, she is royalty... a princess. She's the daughter of a great chief who has traveled far from her homeland in the interest of peace. Meet with her Your Majesty.

Ratcliffe

May I suggest she attend the hunt ball? Let her back to Virginia having witnessed the royal and majesty of English society.

John Rolfe

Sire, she doesn't know our customs, to subject her to this kind of scruting would be---

Ratcliffe

I don't understand Rolfe. If she's not a savage, then why shouldn't she fit in?

King

Excellent idea, Ratcliffe. Rolfe, you will bring her to the hunt ball. Prove to me she is as civilized as your claim, and I will stop my armada; if not, the armada sails.

John Rolfe

But sire---

King

It is decided!

Ratcliffe

playing chess Pawn to King! Check.

At John Rolfe's home. The door slams and Mrs. Jenkins breaks something

John Rolfe

angrily Of all the---

Mrs. Jenkins

How did it go?

John Rolfe

A disaster! She's invited to the hunt ball!

Mrs. Jenkins

Flabberdy-jacks!

John Rolfe meets Pocahontas in the garden

Pocahontas

You were successful? When do I see the king?

John Rolfe

Our meeting with the King has been corrupted. You're now invited to the hunt ball.

Pocahontas

I don't understand.

John Rolfe

Oh, it's a trap! Ratcliffe manipulated the King! He's saying that if you're civilized you can fit right in, but it's the elite of British society... etiquette and manners. There's a million ways you can insult someone. Believe, I know. And if you slip up, just once, Ratcliffe can convince the King that---

Pocahontas

Then I must not "slip up". I can't learn your ways alone, but you can help me. What must I do?

Mrs. Jenkins

Hmm humming she opens a wardrobe and gives some clothes to Pocahontas

Pocahontas

John Rolfe! She enters wearing only the underwear

John Rolfe

gasps

Pocahontas

How do I look? Giggling

John Rolfe

Hmm? Oh lovely... in your... underwear. Didn't Mrs. Jenkins exp--- Uh Mrs. Jenkins!

Mrs. Jenkins

Oh, my dear! Oh come along now. Let's go finish your dressing.
Have no fear, we're all right
You've got me dear to see that
You're a lady tonight,
What seems strange, is just new
People change everyday till they
Find their own way, so can you
And wait till he sees you after
Your dressed, I think the king
Will be very impressed, wait till
He sees you walking with ease, he
Will be so pleased, you came down
From the trees, You'll be fine,
I can tell, it's a very good sign
You are doing so well, one more tuck,
One more bow, don't get stuck on that
Clasp, Johnny's lucky they asked you
To go, 'Cause wait till he sees you,
He'll be so proud, maybe he'll smile
If the thinks he allowed, wait till
He sees you there in your curls,
John's always had such a fondness
For girls, with curls

John Rolfe

and wait, wait till you're out on the
Floor, show them what dancing is for,
Music is all you need, see where a
Dance can lead

Mrs. Jenkins

You two might come to see you were
Meant to be so much more, wait till
He sees you, wait till tonight, fate
Has a way of arranging what's right,
After he sees you in your new clothes,
A lady of grace from your head to your
Toes, pretty and pink as the roses he
Grows, who knows, who knows, I can't wait

John Rolfe

Oh, I've got something for you. He gives her a necklace. Then, she takes out her mother's and changes it. Flit is angry, but she understands

Pocahontas

Flit, stop it! It doesn't belong here anymore. To John It's beautiful. John takes the Indian necklace

London's streets. A mysterious hooded man speaks with Ratcliffe.

Ratcliffe

I have personally taken charge of the entertainment for the hunt ball. I want to make sure nothing--- goes-- right.

John Rolfe's Home

John Rolfe

Well, how do I look? Pretty good, eh? To Uti Say, I thought you were getting dressed Uti shows him his face with two blue lines You're right. You look great. Just don't talk so much tonight and we'll be fine Pocahontas appears looking beautiful

Pocahontas

It's called powder.

John Rolfe

You look beautiful

Percy, Meeko and Flit want to go with then to the ball but Mrs. Jenkins closes the door

John Rolfe

I'll put on some tea Ooh!

The hunt ball.

Herald

The Duke of Edinburgh!
Lady Grey!
Sir Thomas Ellery!
Lord Raymond and Lady Theresa!
The Earl of Essex!
The Duke of Buckingham and Lady Buckingham!
John Rolfe and Princess Pocahontas--- people gasps and Utam--- Uttata--- Ultimatum--- Old Tomato--

John Rolfe

Try "Uti"

Herald

Oh thank you, sir. And Uti! To Uti Jacket is required, sir cloth ripping Oh dear.

Man

Goodness!

Woman

Oh my.

Pocahontas

practicing Hello, your Excellent-ness, Your Great good, good Highness. Greetings your Manificence-ey, uh. In front of the King she’s not able to say a word, but the Queens helps her

King

Hmm.

Queen

Welcome to England, Pocahontas.

Pocahontas

Thank you, your grace.

King

What do you think of my kingdom, hmm?

Pocahontas

I think you must be a great king to have so many subjects Your Majesty, and the loyalty of so many good men.

King

to the dog Did you hear that? She thinks I am a great King. Oh, what a delightful child! Charming, absolutely charming!

Pocahontas

Your Excellency, please, stop this armada!

King

Oh yes, yes, yes, yes, but right now I can't be rude and ignore my guests, can I? No, so we shall discuss it later. For now, my dear, enjoy the ball chuckles Go on! Enjoy!

John Rolfe

sights Thank goodness.

Man

Rolfie, Rolfie, old boy! Listen, we're having some friends out to the estate. Do come, oh yes, bring your delightful... guest.

Woman

Oh Miss--- Hontas, how grippingly marvelous to see you!

Women

Echantry, charming, fabulous jewelry Uti smiles

Herald

May the dance begin.

John Rolfe

May I? Buts it's another man who start dancing with Pocahontas; now it's Rolfe's turn In one night you will have done more for the cause of peace than a hundred diplomats They look each other and are going to kiss but they're interrupted by Ratcliffe

Ratcliffe

My, you look lovely I can't ever see the real you under there. I do hope no one else does.

Pocahontas

I was going to say the same about you.

Ratcliffe

It's a very good thing Smith is dead seeing how disloyal your heart is would certainly kill him.

Herald

Dinner is served. To Pocahontas Oh no madam, the guest of honor is always on the King's right hand.

Pocahontas

Your Grace, perhaps now we might discuss...

Ratcliffe

Your Royal Highnesses. Lords and Ladies of the Court and our distinguished guest from the forests of the New World.

Things are not what they appear,
As tonight will make quite clear,
But what is real will be revealed
I can feel the moment near, things
Are never what they seem, that will
Be this evening theme, a music sites
For your delight, perhaps a few to
Make you scream, you'll be surprised
To see who is discussed, who is the
Cleverest one of the lot, after
Our show the whole world will know
Who is pretending to be what they are
Not. If a jesters grin or a dancers spin
Should be pleasing please say Yeah

All

Yeah

Ratcliffe

If a juggler feat should be incomplete,
He's the one you greet with Nay

All

Nay

Ratcliffe

If the fools we see should look like
You and me, then before the night goes
By ask why, why, why, why, why, why,
Things are not what they appear, and
The finest proof's right here, how I
Regret when we first meet I believe
My own worst fear, things are not what
They seem, so in keeping with our theme,
A change of hair, a dress to wear, now
Our nightmare now a dream, clueless
And wild, I saw this sweet child as a
Danger to one and to all, savage, I
Thought, what could have Rolfe have
Brought, not I see she is the belle
Of the ball, thing are never what they
Seem

All

He's right, he's right

Ratcliffe

Many don't ever say what they mean

All

He's right, he's right

Ratcliffe

A powered face is just the place
To hide an ugly scheme, only one
Things really clear, things are
Not what they seem

A bear growling appears and Pocahontas cannot suffer it

John Rolfe

Sire, please stop this! She doesn't understand.

King

Oh nonsense! Everybody loves a good bear-baiting Everybody is delighted with the scene except Pocahontas

Pocahontas

No! Stop this! This is torture!

King

chuckles This is an animal, nothing more.

Pocahontas

A helpless animal!

King

Sit down at once and we will overlook this savage behavior.

Pocahontas

Your behavior is savage. You and your people are the barbarians!

King

angrily What?

Ratcliffe

Sire, don't let the savage get away with this.

King

Seize her!

Ratcliffe

Savages!

Crowd

Keep her away! Get her!

King

Take them to the tower

John Rolfe

No! Your Majesty, please! It was a misunderstanding

King

Push me no farther... or face treason

Ratcliffe

Where exactly do your loyalties lie?

Pocahontas

Let go! Let go of me! John Rolfe! John Rolfe! Ratcliffe smiles: his plan has succeeded. Meanwhile in a tavern a mysterious hooded man hears the news

Man 1

Oi, you're cheatin'

Man 2

No I'm not, I'll play that card there.

Man 3

The least you could do is put a head on it.

Man 4

How much do I have to pay to get good beer here?

Man 5

You say it's not true? But I just heard myself from a guard what was there. The King's gonna have her head. Bloody savage laughs I bet you old John Rolfe wishes he never laid eyes on the likes of Pocahontas. Aye! Oh! A hooded man leaves the tavern in a hurry

Man 6

What's got into him?

John Rolfe's garden.

Mrs. Jenkins

Ah, I think I'll put on some tea.

John Rolfe

What am I to do? The mysterious hooded man enters in the garden Who are you? What do you want?

London Tower

Soldier 1

Halt! Who goes there?

John Rolfe

John Rolfe. I have a prisoner.

Soldier 1

Open the gate!

John Rolfe

He's escaping! Catch him! He catches the keysTo Flit Now find her, Flit.

Pocahontas

Flit! Door opens John! I knew you'd come.

John Rolfe

There's no time, we must go.

Pocahontas

She discovers that the hooded man is John Smith and gasps John Smith. I--- I thought you were dead.

John Smith

Greatly exaggerated. Let's go!

Soldier

There! Cheating the guards they escape

John Smith

Enjoy the accommodations.

John Rolfe

I'll take care of it He fights alone

John Smith

Pardon me.

John Rolfe

Oh very stylish. To Uti Riding or running?

Soldier 1

Close the gate!

Soldier 2

Blast it! They got away!

In another place

Pocahontas

to John Smith What happened to you?

John Smith

Ratcliffe convinced the King I was a traitor, I had to stay hidden--- let them continue to believe that I was dead.

Pocahontas

I missed you so much.

John Smith

I've thought of you every day.

Pocahontas

all this time. Why didn't you ever write to me?

John Smith

I wanted to. I must have started a thousand letters. Pocahontas all that matters is that we're together again.

Pocahontas

What about my people?

John Rolfe

Once the armada sails, they won't stand a chance.

John Smith

How will her getting killed save them?

John Rolfe

Well, are you suggesting she turned her back on them?

John Smith

Are you suggesting she die for them?

John Rolfe

She can't just sit back and watch.

John Smith

She has no choice!

John Rolfe

Of course she has a choice! Pocahontas! She runs away. She needs to be alone and thinkto John Smith Let her go.

John Smith

You may not care about her safety---

John Rolfe

very angry Don't you dare tell me I don't care about her!

John Smith

surprised You love her.

In the woods Pocahontas hear Nakoma's voice

Nakoma's Voice

Do not forget this land

Pocahontas

In some new place
On some new face
I've never seen
I might find
Where I belong someday
And there may even be
Another dream for me
Waiting there
Somewhere along the way

Voice

Listen to the spirit within
Who knows
Where I go from here
So many voices
Only one thing's clear
There's nothing to lose
Nothing to fear
The past is gone
I must move on
From here

To John Smith and John Rolfe I'm going back.

John Smith

They'll hang you

Pocahontas

Then I will be but the first to fall.

John Smith

They're not going to listen to you. Look at you!.

Pocahontas

How can they respect my culture if they haven't seen it?

John Smith

This is insane! Nuts! To John Rolfe Tell her she's crazy!

John Rolfe

You're crazy. I thought you may need whatever power this holds for you. I think it's time you taught society a lesson.

Pocahontas

I have decided.

Royal Palace

Herald

Hear ye. Hear ye. The High Court of King James will herewith commence. Presenting the first order of business--- Pocahontas enters

King

Pocahontas! Guards! John Rolfe and Uti follow her

Pocahontas

Surely Your Majesty would not refuse an audience with a visiting princess.

Queen

James.

Pocahontas

Your Grace if you insist on war, my people will fight to the last warrior. There is nothing to be gained but much to be lost, for all of us.

Queen

There is no gold, is there?

King

NO. Ratcliffe assured me---

John Smith

He appears in that moment What I was dead? Was it true? Ratcliffe has lied to you about everything.

Pocahontas

There are many voices around you but you must listen your own voice.

King

Why do you speak out when so many doubt you, even when it would mean your life?

Pocahontas

Because I speak the truth.

King

Silence! Ratcliffe has left! We must stop him!

Queen

But it's too late

Pocahontas

We must try.

At the harbour.

Ratcliffe

You the best soldiers in the civilized word.

Men

hear, hear

Ratcliffe

We sail to scour the world if the savage vermin--- Are you with me?

Men

Yeal!

Man 1

Riders approaching!

Ratcliffe

Smith! gasps Raise anchor! Cast off!

Sailor 1

Left anchor!

Sailor 2

Drop the maintrop!

Men

It's John Smith! He rides a horse I thought he was dead!

John Smith

I'm the ghost of John Smith. Run for your lives! A fight starts in the ship

John Rolfe

Who started the party without me?

John Smith

You call this a party?

John Rolfe

You're not having any fun?

Sailor

Ha-ha!

John Rolfe

Drop the anchor

Men

All aboard! Clear the mast! Clear the mast!

Ratcliffe

He appears behind the flag trying to kill Pocahontas Now I can finally get rid of you, you savage!

John Smith

Mind if I cut in? Trying to make a point?

Ratcliffe

Please don't hurt me, Smith. I was just doing my duty.

John Smith

Sheath your sword.

Ratcliffe

Surely you know that a good soldiers always follows orders, if it were I, I would have killed you years ago she shows a gun As I was saying I never liked you, Smith. I hereby sentence you to death. Goodbye Smith--- He's hang in the mastil

John Smith

Very stylish

John Rolfe

I learned it from the best.

John Smith

Pity to Ratcliffe I would have preferred to see you hang Ratcliffe splashes into the water

Ratcliffe

Huh? Your Majesty, the fugitives are getting away, they've sabotaged the armada, stop them!

King

No more lies. Arrest him.

Royal Palace

Woman 1

John Smith, what a heroic return.

John Smith

Why, thank you my lady.

Woman 2

How did you scape?

Woman 3

John we thought you were dead

Man

Bravo John

Outside, in the balcony

Pocahontas

Lord advisor to the Royal Court. What a wonderful honour! It's what you've always wanted.

John Rolfe

And you, you've done everything you've set out to do--- and more. Your people will be very proud.

Pocahontas

Yes, it-it will be good to see them again.

John Rolfe

Well perhaps one day you'll return to London. Pocahontas---

Pocahontas

John, I---

John Smith

interrupting them The King has given me a ship! This is my dream! Ours! Everyday a new adventure. New land to discover. I'll chart a new course, uh and you'll be at my side, naturally. A ship of our own! I'll put a crew together immediately! We'll set sail right away! John Rolfe goes out sadly What? That's--- not what you want, is it?

Pocahontas

We walked the same path once. I have found where I belong.

John Smith

I hope you will also find happiness.

Pocahontas

May the Great Spirit always be with you.

Harbour.

Mrs. Jenkins

Pocahontas, Pocahontas

Man

Look smart men!

Boy

I don't see anything

Mrs. Jenkins

Oh my--- oh

Pocahontas

Mrs. Jenkins!

Mrs. Jenkins

Oh, there you are dear. She is speaking with a horse

Pocahontas

Over here.

Mrs. Jenkins

Ohh they both hug

Pocahontas

Mrs. Jenkins, thank you so much for everything. Is John Rolfe here?

Mrs. Jenkins

I haven't seen him dear. I thought he was with you. Maybe he hates good-byes as much as I do. Goodbye dear.

In the ship.

John Rolfe

Well, perhaps one day we'll return to London.

Pocahontas

surprised John! What about your duty to the King?

John Rolfe

I have a duty to honour what is in my heart, Pocahontas.

Harbour.

Uttamatomakkin

Ta-ta-pipi-pip

Mrs. Jenkins

Come on Uti. Let's put on some tea to the bear and you mind your manners.

John Rolfe

smiling Let's go home They kiss

THE END

Pocahontas

Two hopeful hearts, two land apart,
Together there's no end to what our
Dreams can start, like two eagles
Soar as one upon the river of the
Wind, with the promise of forever,
We will take the past and learn the
Promise of forever, we will take the
Part and learn how to begin, and will
Build a bridge of love between two
Worlds

John Rolfe

With every kiss, we'll promise this,
We'll find a way to light the dawn of
All we wish, across the stream of stars
Will reach an island in the sky, with
The moon to guide our way I know that
We can find a home for you and I, and
Will build a bridge of love between two
Worlds.

Pocahontas & John Rolfe

Miles and miles away

Pocahontas

Though the journey takes us far,
Our love has found a place to stay

John Rolfe

If we believe

Pocahontas

If we believe

John Rolfe

There is no sea

Pocahontas

There is no sea

Pocahontas & John Rolfe

That's wide enough to keep us
From our destiny

Pocahontas

Like the snows of every winter melt and
Blossom into spring

John Rolfe

As the seasons pass we'll live as one

Pocahontas

No matter what the years ahead may bring

John Rolfe

No night is long enough

Pocahontas

To end this light that shines on us

Pocahontas & John Rolfe

We have built a bridge of love between
Two worlds


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