Trivia: "Pocahontas" originally included the song "If I Never Knew You", which is now played in pop version in the credits.

Trivia: Pocahontas existed in real life and so did John Smith. When they met, Smith was nearing the age of 40 and Pocahontas was 11 years old. In reality they didn't fall in love. They were friends. Pocahontas later married another Englishman.

Trivia: Hidden Mickeys during the film: 1. During "Steady as the Beating Drum", right after the girl's in the field and right before the smoke bunny, there is a hidden Mickey formed by the clumps of trees. 2. Right after Naomi tells Pocahontas that her father is home, Meeko is eating berries. The last three berries he eats form the hidden Mickey. There is also one on the berry bush next to Meeko and Flit. 3. There are many hidden Mickeys in the water formed by the ripples.

Trivia: Pocahontas' name means 'Little Mischief" or the "naughty one".

Trivia: Before Flit, a turkey was considered as Meeko's companion.

Trivia: When Pocahontas and John Smith are frolicking in a field of sunflowers, three sunflowers create a "Hidden Mickey" in the background.

Trivia: John Smith is based on a real person. In real life, he was friends with Pocahontas, but they never had a relationship, as he was much older than her.

Trivia: Pocahontas is the only Disney princess to be based on a real person. Mulan, while a leading character and a real person, isn't a princess.

More mistakes in Pocahontas

Pocahontas: It would've been better if we'd never met. None of this would have happened.
John Smith: Pocahontas, look at me. I would rather die tomorrow than live a hundred years without knowing you.

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Question: The soldiers practically drag John Smith up the mountain to be killed. Why does he just lay down on the rock, when there's nothing keeping him there?

Answer: He probably knows that if he tries to escape he'll be shot down by the Powahatans' arrows. He prefers dying with some kind of dignity rather than while running.

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