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* (Within the city of England, as most of the land is silent, one light is shown from the house. Inside, a familiar figure is reading the map, glancing carefully while unknown to him, some shadowy figures from outside line up at the window)
  • Voice: He's inside.
  • (Then, the door bursts open with the candle blown out as the royal guards dart inside)
  • Random Guard: Get him!!
  • (However, as they came inside, they see no one inside)
  • Other Guard: He's gone.
  • Lead Guard: Search the room!
  • (At that moment, a familiar figure is smirking as he speaks)
  • John: Hey, a feast? Am I invited?
  • (The lead guard, however, only takes out a parchment as he reads it)
  • Lead Guard: (reading) "John Smith, in the name of the king, you are under arrest for treason in Jamestown."
  • (He backs up to the window as the guards are ready to surround him with their weapons)
  • John: (shocked) Treason?! You must be looking for Ratcliffe.
  • (However, John kicks and punches a few, jumping out of the window and onto a roof, darting onward)
  • Lead Guard: Don't let him get away! After him!!
  • (The guards chase him on the rooftops, going through the fog while John secretly hides behind part of the roof with a window, smirking as he sees most of them dart away. Just then, one guard snatches Smith up as he yelps, then tosses him down, making the guard fall from the roof)
  • John: Thanks for dropping in. Anyone else care to join him?
  • (He gets to the top of the roof, taking a sword before clashing the weapons with the guards, the guards backing him away to the roof as he gulps. As they keep fighting, John jumps to the castle top, landing before running at the castle walls from them. After a few moments, he looks at the roof, swiftly jumping to it. The guards miss as they swing. As John lands, he yelps, almost slipping, clinging to the side of the roof. He groans, attempting to try to get up as he moans)
  • Familiar Voice: The king believed my story.
  • (Then, to his notice, out from the fog on the roof is a familiar grinning foe)
  • Ratcliffe: (smirks) Pity. I so would have preferred to see you hanged.
  • (Then John looks horrified as Ratcliffe steps on his foot, the male falling downward. Afterward, a splash is heard while on the roof, Ratcliffe smirks cruelly)
  • Ratcliffe: He-he-he.
  • (The next day, in royal garb, Ratcliffe acts saddened while looking seriously to a king named James and his queen named Anne while wiping a tear)
  • Ratcliffe: I did everything I could to save him.
  • (He bows in a pitiful grovel while holding the king's ringed hand)
  • Ratcliffe: And that is the death of John Smith.
  • King James: (frustratedly) I wanted him alive!
  • Ratcliffe: As did I. But your majesty, you don't need him to confirm what I've already warned you.
  • Queen Anne: (concerned/to James) We must wait until John Rolfe returns with the chief of these Indians.
  • Ratcliffe: The chief will only warn you more heavenly lies.
  • (Then he shows a parchment to the two)
  • Ratcliffe: War is the only fashion.
  • (The king takes the parchment, glancing at it for a few moments before sighing)
  • King James: Very well, Ratcliffe. Prepare your armada, then. (seriously) But we will await the return of John Rolfe; and the Indian chief.
  • (Somewhere in the seas, the ship with the England Flag sails onward while many seagulls fly in the heavens. As that happens, one gigantic eagle flies toward where the now snow-covered land is while the familiar colored winds blow)
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  • "Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World"
  • (Somewhere in the woods, the familiar natives are walking down a long winding path while food on the baskets are seen. As they go onward, two familiar animals look at the cliff side, watching the natives with food in the baskets. Meeko pounces on some of the baskets with Percy trying to jump to one. However, he misses and smashes into the snow, Meeko taking a berry, eating one while Percy fights in the snow. Meeko only eats one of the berries while Nakoma rolls her eyes, glancing at Meeko on the basket she holds over her head. Just then, she is hit by a snowball. She glances at where a familiar Indian princess is peeking behind the rocks, giggling before ducking back down. She puts the basket down, making a snowball before going around the corner. She is ready to toss it if she is in complete view. However, she sees no one, confusing her)
  • Nakoma: What?
  • (Just then, she is pelted by another snowball. She turned, noticing Pocahontas in winter clothing on top of a small cliff nearby her as she chuckles. Both laugh as they toss snowballs to one another. As that is happening, Flit, flying around, yelps and evades the snowballs before being pelted by one, causing him to fall to the ground, then pelted by more snow, making a snowman, the bird unamused. Then, the Indian princess lands on Nakoma's back with the two girls laughing. As that is happening, Meeko, yet in the basket with berries with Percy eating, notice the two heading their road. It swiftly tries jumping away, pelting Percy with some berries before the two girls smash on the basket, the four fling and sliding in the snow. As they slide, the line of natives notice the girls with the animals sliding down the snow with Percy and Nakoma shrieking in fear while Meeko and Pocahontas laugh. Then they slide off the slope, yelling before smashing to the snow, the basket upside down with berries on the snow while Nakoma moans)
  • Nakoma: Ow…
  • (Pocahontas, meanwhile, keeps laughing as she slowly sits up a bit. However, she stops, but turns back to where a familiar compass on the snow is at, slowly taking it while Nakoma, dusting the snow off herself, starts noticing)
  • Nakoma: What?
  • (Pocahontas, looking at the compass, sighs as the wind blows, but she holds it tight with Nakoma placing her coat onto her)
  • Nakoma: (sighs) Oh, much time has passed since the news of John Smith's death. Perhaps it's time to put this behind you.
  • Pocahontas: (mournfully) I know you are right. It's just hard to say a farewell.
  • (Pocahontas sighs mournfully, but departs from where Nakoma stands as the wind blows. As that is happening, two arms are slowly trudging through the snow, taking some fallen berries leading to Nakoma. Then the basket is bumped, causing it to be flung off with Meeko and Percy landing near Nakoma, who notices. She ponders before grinning, showing some dog treats. They jump with Meeko taking them and darting off, although Percy is pounced to the snow. As Meeko jumps on the rocks, Percy only slides on the ice near them. As Meeko jumps on a snow mound, Percy yelps and shrieks, sliding into the snow. However, he slides into the snow, then as Meeko watches, the pug dog smashes to a tree. Percy moans before peeking out of the snow, noticing one bone left on Meeko's hand. However, Meeko, not noticing, eats the bone with Percy frustratedly barking and jumping out of the snow. Just then, Flit stops the pug dog as he tweets and motions some despair. Flit turns his head to below the cliffs where Pocahontas mournfully looks at the ice, the animals noticing as well. The three look concerned with Meeko pointing downward. As Meeko and Flit go down to the cliffs, Percy looks uneasily. However, he slips and slides down, smashing to the snow, Percy peeking out bitterly with snow covering him. Both Meeko and Flit approach the depressed Pocahontas, who looks at her compass, but turns to her animal friends as they, with Percy now out of the snow, approaching)
  • Pocahontas: (sings) The earth is cold, the fields are bare. The branches fold against the wind that's everything.
  • (She stands up with the wind with leaves blowing to the tree where many birds are perching on a tree, feeling the chill and flying off swiftly. Afterward, Pocahontas looks at where the bear tracks are at with the wind blowing, looking at a cub playing a bit before flopping down while the bear watches its cub)
  • Pocahontas: (singing) The birds move ahead, where they survive. If snow's all deep, the bears all sleep to keep themselves alive.
  • (They nuzzle one another before heading off and Pocahontas' sight)
  • Pocahontas: (singing) They do what they must for now and trust in their plan.
  • (Then it shows many spirits running in the heavens with Pocahontas and her animals following)
  • Pocahontas: (singing) If I trust in mine, somehow I might find who I am?
  • (In reality, Pocahontas is on a rock with the animals watching her)
  • Pocahontas: (singing) But where do I go from here? So many voices ringing in my ear.
  • (She turns to the reflection of the falls with the winds showing a familiar chief showing Pocahontas her mother's necklace)
  • Pocahontas: (singing) Which is the voice that I was meant to hear?
  • (Then the reflection shows the familiar girl waving with her comrade, both holding together before the reflections vanish)
  • Pocahontas: (singing) How will I know where do I go from here?
  • (The animals look at one another before both realize, darting to the reflections, showing silly wobbly reflections. The girl grins a bit, looking at the reflection, imagining Smith in the reflection)
  • Pocahontas: (singing) My world has changed and so have I, I've learned to choose and even learned to say farewell.
  • (She tries to touch the reflection, though it vanishes, leaving only the images of Pocahontas walking in the reflection)
  • Pocahontas: (singing) The path ahead, so hard to see. It winds and bends, but where it ends, depends on only me.
  • (Then it shows Pocahontas on a log as snow is falling as the four go onward through the forest)
  • Pocahontas: (singing) In my heart, I don't feel so part of so much I've known. Now it seems it's time to start a new life on my own!
  • (Then, she arrives to the familiar cliffs while looking outward to where the sea is while the wind blows)
  • Pocahontas: (singing) But where do I go from here? So many voices ringing in my ear.
  • (She sits down, putting the compass down, burying it before putting the coat over to where it is buried)
  • Pocahontas: (singing) Which is the voice that I was meant to hear? How will I know, where do I go from heeeeeeerrre?!
  • (Then she looks at the two animals close to her, petting each of them with Flit chirping. After a moment, the four hear a thundering sound from the sea, looking outward to the sea before standing up, noticing a huge ship heading to where Jamestown is at)
  • (Meanwhile, at the village of England, as the citizens are doing their usual routine of chores, hammering a roof)
  • Voice: SHIP, AHOY! INCOMING!! SHIP'S COMING!!!
  • (After a few moments, the entire town is heading to the front gates of England while a blacksmith is hammering something before stopping and noticing)
  • Voice: Open the gates!
  • (The gates open up with the ship arriving to land)
  • Voice: CAST A LINE!!
  • (After a few moments, some rope is thrown overboard with a few villagers holding the ropes, pulling hard as they drag the ship to the docks)
  • Random Villager: Put your backs into it! Together, men!
  • (Meanwhile, the familiar natives watch from behind the trees, each peeking wearing camouflage paint with one villager speaking in native language, pointing to where the ship is. All while Pocahontas with her friends arrive to the village. As the crowd chatters a bit with emotion, Pocahontas approaches and stops to the villagers, looking concerned. As that happens, Pocahontas walks onward, looking around with concern as she sees more travelers while with her friends, the two go around as they are evading the crowd a bit. Then, the ship's docking port is lied down before two soldiers salute. After a few moments, Pocahontas stops and notices)
  • Lead Soldier: Attention!
  • (The soldiers all line up, each saluting before up comes a figure on a horse, which neighs proudly before stopping down as the human on it glances. He is known as John Rolfe. Pocahontas only watches in amazement as she sees Rolfe on his horse heading down while the hidden natives at the trees glance with one speaking in native language. As that happens, a traveler that is from the ship lifts his bag, almost smacking Pocahontas as she yelps)
  • Traveler: (frowns) Filthy barbarian!
  • (The hummingbird zips to the bag, attempting to peck it at the bag, though it attempts to free himself, causing a small tear in the hole, making a piece of biscuit food fall off, unknown to him. As that happens, Meeko feels the piece of food fall on his hands and onto his head. He looks at the food rolling before Meeko begins to chase it. He darts through the crowd, unknowingly jumping on top of Percy, who yelps and smashes to the ground. However, the two do not notice themselves running to the horse while the traveler notices the biscuits falling out of his bag)
  • Traveler: What?
  • (As he is getting the biscuits, the two animals chasing the biscuit go under the horse as it yelps and neighs frighteningly, starting to lift itself as both animals fight. It is about to stomp the other two before the two realize, both shrieking in fear)
  • Rolfe: Whoa, boy! Easy now!
  • (It flies toward the horse, chirping toward the horse. However, the horse neighs with legs risen high, causing Rolfe to yelp and fall off the horse)
  • Rolfe: Unh!
  • (The crowd gasps as the horse runs off as the crowd yells and runs off. As that is happening, Pocahontas notices the traveler yet picking up the biscuits, not noticing what is going on. She jumps to him, causing both to be missed by the horse. However, after a few moments, he looks up, noticing Pocahontas before frustratedly picking her up)
  • Traveler: (snaps) Bloody savage!
  • (He angrily flings her to the natives, shouting and darting down with the natives watching, him noticing as did the villagers. Both sides stuff their weapons while Pocahontas notices)
  • Pocahontas: (blocking) No, wait!
  • (Both sides only frown, ready to fire)
  • Pocahontas: Wait!
  • (Then, up comes Rolfe as he motions his blocking arms)
  • Rolfe: Stand down!
  • (Everyone stops what they are doing, but lower the weapons with one native speaking Roscoe Lee Browne's name. Pocahontas sighs in relief as Rolfe grins, patting her)
  • Rolfe: It's alright now. I've taken care of it.
  • Pocahontas: (frowns) The settlers need to know that they can trust us to do the right fact. You should not have interfered.
  • Rolfe: What?! I beg your pardon!
  • (She begins to leave before turning back to him)
  • Pocahontas: Alright. You've had it.
  • Rolfe: I was trying to help.
  • Pocahontas: I did not ask for your help.
  • (As they continue, Rolfe only follows her)
  • Rolfe: Well, you didn't say "thank you" either. Whatever just happened to your manners and etiquette?
  • Pocahontas: (glancing) Well, since you are new here, I don't expect you to have them yet.
  • (She leaves Rolfe's shocked side, the young man frowning before scoffing and leaving)
  • Rolfe: Women!
  • (As he goes back to his hat, Flit swiftly leaves. He lifts the hat, noticing Meeko and Percy yet wincing and clinging to one another. Both notice Rolfe with Meeko, holding the biscuit, swiftly shoving the biscuit into Percy's mouth. Rolfe sighs in annoyance before he looks at two females speaking)
  • Woman #1: I fear the Indians may wage war.
  • Woman #2: Oh, my darling. Pocahontas would never allow that.
  • (As most leaves, Rolfe scratches his head)
  • Rolfe: Pocahontas?
  • (After a moment, up comes a boy holding the horse's rein as he grins to him)
  • Boy: John Rolfe, your horse, sir.
  • Rolfe: Oh, there you are. Thank you.
  • (He gets on the horse, then fixes himself)
  • Rolfe: It's time I met this Chief Pocahontas.
  • (Later that night, in the village, the natives are chanting and dancing around the fire as does Pocahontas with the music playing. As the crowd danced, one fat native grins at his corn, but looks at his wife about to give him some food. Swiftly, the sneaky raccoon in barrel swiftly snatches the corn from the distracted fat man, confusing him)
  • Man: Huh?
  • (Then he sees the pit of the corncob spitted out, making him frown to the animal in basket. Just then, he is taken by an elderly woman, leads to the dance while Meeko takes the piece of leg, eating it. As the crowd are chanting and dancing, Powhatan only grins as he watches his daughter dancing. All while with Percy, he looks annoyed at the males with females dancing. Just then, they hear the horse neighing as many of the natives notice, everyone stopping as they gasp while watching Rolfe on his horse arrive to the village, each chattering in their native language. Nakoma looks uneasy while Uti frowns and a male named Kocoum looks concerned)
  • Rolfe: (jumps off) Great chief, I am John Rolfe. According to the customs--
  • (However, Uti blocks him, frowning a bit)
  • Rolfe: How did you do?
  • Powhatan: (sighs) Let him pass.
  • (He moves aside)
  • Rolfe: According to the customs of greater Britain, I would like to present this horse as a gift of peace to the mighty Pocahontas.
  • Powhatan: (turns back) Daughter?
  • (The girl comes up to him as Rolfe realizes)
  • Rolfe: You!
  • Powhatan: (points to the horse) This beast is for you.
  • (Rolfe backs up a bit while Pocahontas pets the horse)
  • Rolfe: No, I'm sorry. It's my fault. This horse is meant for-----
  • Powhatan: Pocahontas, your king said. Or did you speak falsely?
  • Rolfe: Never, it's just that---this is--no, this is perfectly fine.
  • (He looks at the natives frowning at him)
  • Rolfe: Huh. (uneasily) Good job, Rolfe.
  • (Meeko approaches the horse for a moment. The horse only snorts a bit, knocking him down)
  • Rolfe: I believe we can prosper together in this great land under King James' gracious rule.
  • (The chief looks concerned)
  • Rolfe: To build trust, I would like you to sail back with me…to meet my king.
  • Powhatan: (frowns) I do not want the pale chief's land. He wants mine. Why doesn't he cross the saltwater to see me?
  • Rolfe: I'm afraid that simply isn't done, Your Grand "Chiefliness".
  • (As he speaks next, a few starts shouting a bit)
  • Kocoum: Your kind are barbarians. (to the others) They only want our land! They meant to destroy our sacred--
  • Pocahontas: Is that what THEY want?
  • (They turn back to her)
  • Pocahontas: (frowns) You don't know. (to Powhatan) Father, someone must go.
  • Kocoum: You speak with the tongue of a pale one. You belong with them.
  • (Nakoma gasps in fear)
  • Kocoum: Perhaps you should go.
  • Rolfe: No! This is a matter of diplomacy. You can't handle a job like this.
  • Pocahontas: I WILL go.
  • Powhatan: (concerned) Daughter--
  • Pocahontas: (worried) Father, please. I can do this.
  • (He sighs with a concerned look)
  • Powhatan: You have your mother's spirit. Very well. It is decided.
  • Rolfe: But-
  • (He is given a death frown as he gulps)
  • Rolfe: Grand.
  • (Pocahontas looks a bit worried. Later, near where the now frozen waters are at with the familiar tree, Pocahontas with the animals she is with approach. However, he falls onto the snow. Pocahontas enters through the bushes with Meeko peeking, though is pelted by some snow fallen above. He looks upward after wiping some snow off, sticking its tongue out before some more snow covers him. Pocahontas pats the horse a bit before jumping off of it. Then, she comes to the area where the familiar tree is)
  • Pocahontas: Grandmother Willow? I need to speak with you.
  • (The familiar face of the tree is shown before she notices some snow on her nose, blowing it away)
  • Grandmother Willow: (notices) Is that my Pocahontas?
  • (Percy glances a bit at the tree. He yelps, tripping on one of the branches and being stuck in it before the top branch smacks him off. Then she looks at Pocahontas looking depressed, lifting her chin up)
  • Grandmother Willow: My. What is this, child? You are worried about crossing the salt water.
  • Pocahontas: What if I can't bring peace? What if I'm destined to fail? What if I make facts worse? What if--
  • Grandmother Willow: What if the heavens turn to fire and your nose falls off?
  • (Meeko holds his nose in fear)
  • Grandmother Willow: Long ago, I warned you to listen with your heart. (points to her heart) It is time to listen TO your heart.
  • Pocahontas: (worried) But the spirits around me--
  • Grandmother Willow: (grins) Can help, but only the spirit within can guide you.
  • (The girl is turned to the reflection as she sees her reflection from underneath the snow and ice)
  • Grandmother Willow: (grins) Listen to the spirit within.
  • (Her hair blows in the wind while she looks concerned, Flit landing near her)
  • Pocahontas: Listen to the spirit within.
  • (She pauses, listening with her eyes closed for a few moments. Then after a few moments, she hears Flit chirping a bit while flapping his wings a bit, glancing at him. Then, she hears chewing noises with Meeko eating a berry nearby before eventually glancing at Percy scratching his back, wincing and barking. Pocahontas flinches as more animal noises are heard fighting a bit. The girl growls before shrieking in frustration)
  • Pocahontas: SARABI!!
  • (Most yelp, stopping as they back off a bit from her)
  • Pocahontas: Ugh! (turning) Grandmother Willow, it doesn't work.
  • (As she turns, she notices no face shown on the tree)
  • Pocahontas: Grandmother Willow?
  • (She looks more shocked before looking down, falling to her knees with concern. All while unknown to her, the tree's face is briefly shown, but only grins warmly before the face vanishes)
  • (A bit later, a few boxes are loaded on the ship as Wilner shouts)
  • Wilner: Easy up, men!
  • (The crowd watches as the sailors are loading the ship with a few shouting orders)
  • Random Sailors: (randomly) Here we go. Righto. Over here. Easy now. To the starboard. Hoist away!
  • (All while not far away, Powhatan and a strong figure watches the ship being loaded up)
  • Powhatan: I will honor my vow not to break the peace with the pale ones, but we must know their strength.
  • (Then he gives the staff to his assistant)
  • Powhatan: Cut a notch in this staff for every pale face you see.
  • (He nods, then looks at where Pocahontas having a bag on her is heading to the ship)
  • Powhatan: (sighs) Watch over my daughter.
  • (With Pocahontas, she looks at the boat before she hears rustling noises, then notices a familiar raccoon tail peeking out, sighing before lifting the bag. The tail is pulled inside before Pocahontas sighs, putting the bag down before opening it, showing Meeko with Flit and a fighting Percy inside the bag. He closes the bag while the girl sighs, then opens it once more, picking her three friends out of the bag)
  • Pocahonats: I can't take you this time. Stay out of mischief and look after one another.
  • (After a moment, she looks at Percy. Meeko, meanwhile, notices an opened box not too far from where they are, then pretends to break down in tears. The girl only heads to the ship, though stops a bit before looking back at them. Then, she turns back to the trees where many of the natives peek out with Nakoma slowly approaching Pocahontas, stunning her. The girl hugs her for a bit)
  • Nakoma: (hand motions) Do not forget this land.
  • Pocahontas: (grins) You will always be with me.
  • (Nakoma slowly walks off, then sheds tears a bit, hugging her once more. Pocahontas, shedding tears, hugs back a bit before they both let go, the two continuing to look at each other before Pocahontas eventually departs. On the ship, Rolfe waits a bit before Pocahontas gets on, turning as she looks at her people. After a few moments, up comes Uti as Rolfe notices)
  • Rolfe: Wait. What's this?
  • Pocahontas: This is Uttamatomakkin.
  • (Uti frowns at Rolfe, who gulps a bit as the two enter the ship)
  • Rolfe: Wait, Uttamat, Uttamat. Is he coming with us? (to Uti) Are you coming with us? (pauses) I said, are you? Hello! (points) Can you hear me? Can he--can he hear me?
  • (The Indian man only takes out his knife, making a big carving as the auburn-haired young man winces a bit before he leaves)
  • Rolfe: (dryly) Oh yes, of course. This was a good idea, wasn't it? This will be fine! Fantastic.
  • Voice: All hands on deck! Anchor ahoy!
  • (The anchors are pulled upward by the crane while the sailors go to the sails)
  • Voice: Undo the sails!
  • Random Soldier: Yes, sir!
  • (The sails are undone before the ship eventually leaves, leaving the town of England with the crowd waving a farewell. Up on the cliff, Powhatan on the horse watches the ship sail away with despair while on the ship. Pocahontas looks back up as she speaks silently)
  • Pocahontas: (mournfully) Farewell, Father.
  • (Back above, the wind blows as Powhatan and his horse watch while the wind with leaves blows downward to her. Pocahontas, meanwhile, feels the wind as she closes her eyes, feeling the winds blow while the ship's sails begin blowing onward)
  • (Eventually, the ship sails off from the new land completely. Later, as the ship is sailing onward, inside the ship cargo's hold, as it wobbles a bit, one of the cotton bundles falls to the ground before out comes a familiar hummingbird, who shakes some of the cotton off. It sneezes with the cotton off itself. Just then, the hummingbird hears hiccuping noises, along with giggling noises. Flit flies to the top rum barrel, but yelps as he sees Percy looking dizzily and satisfied as he pats his belly. He turns back, noticing the bucket with Meeko's tail on it, peeking inside before out peeks a semi-green Meeko, looking seasick. He holds his mouth, ready to barf before the two hear the door opening, looking above as they gasp as footsteps are heard. Meeko swiftly ducks back into the bucket with Flit hiding swiftly as the old worker with mop approaches the bucket, taking it)
  • Old Man: (frowns) Alright, of course, yes. Swab the deck. Swab the deck. I mean that's all we do around here.
  • (The bucket is put down with mop as he leaves. Meeko peeks a bit, moaning before he notices the man filling the bucket, ducking back down as the water with soap is filled up, but as he continues, he unknowingly stirs Meeko around in the bucket as Meeko straggles and yelps)
  • Old Man: (bitterly) It's always clean any matter. I mean, what are we swabbing the deck for? It looks clean to me down here. I don't see any dirt.
  • (Then, Meeko stuck on the mop is wringed out)
  • Old Man: Unh. Swabbing the deck. I'm swabbing!
  • (He hits the bottom with Meeko down, mopping the deck)
  • Old Man: (snaps) Did anybody notice I'm swabbing?
  • (Meeko swiftly gets off, climbing on the mop before the old man and Meeko, both noticing each other, shriek before the man tries to hit Meeko with the mop. He swiftly dodges from the old man's mop, jumping on another man tying a rope, though is hit. Flit peeks out as he flies around. He yelps, noticing Meeko being chased before flying to the old man.
  • Male: Hey, you! What is this? What's going---
  • (Flit flies around the old man, who angrily tries to fling Flit, though unknowingly swats the other crew members trying to catch them before slipping and falling down. Meeko darts to where Pocahontas is looking out to the sea before she notices Meeko. Meeko, however, turns green once more as Pocahontas tries to pick him up, though passes him as he goes to the side of the ship, wincing before looking wearily as Pocahontas glances)
  • Pocahontas: Meeko! (giggles) What are you doing here?
  • (She picks up the now weary normal-colored raccoon as Flit chirps a bit. At that moment, they hear Percy's hiccup as the drunk dog enters the deck. He wearily walks up to where Pocahontas is. He flops to the ground)
  • Voice: What's all this then?
  • (Pocahontas gasps, turning back to the peeved crew members as the captain with crew frowns)
  • Captain: (points) Look, missy, I don't cotton to stowaways and I'll not have you disrupting my crew. (grabs her) You can take this voyage below…
  • (He bumps to where Uti was, the blond frowning at him)
  • Captain: (uneasily) Or in the brig. You're-
  • (But before the sword is taken out, Rolfe swiftly stops him)
  • Rolfe: (swiftly) A guest of the king, and is to be treated as such. (frowns) Am I clear, Captain?
  • (He scoffs, putting the sword away before the crew frustratedly departs)
  • Pocahontas: (shocked) Wh-why would you do that?
  • Rolfe: Because like it or not, you are the envoy and I am honor-bound to protect you. And honor, Pocahontas, is the backbone of our civilization.
  • (He is ready to depart as Pocahontas speaks)
  • Pocahontas: Thank you all.
  • (He turns back to the grinning girl with Rolfe a bit stunned. He softly grins, but bows to her before he leaves her side. Pocahontas only softly grins a bit)
  • (Time has passed as the ship is seen sailing in the sea with the days passing by. Sometime later, at daylight, the ship arrives to where the seagulls fly around the familiar town)
  • Voice: Land ho!
  • (A few cannons are fired while Pocahontas rushes to the sides, looking at the area)
  • Voice: Complete sails!
  • (She comes to the tip of the mast, glancing onward while kneeling to it. As that happens, Rolfe ties the ropes to the ship before noticing Pocahontas at the edge, smirking a bit. Pocahontas only watches ahead as the ship goes through the fog, passing behind ships before the Indian princess notices the land, rubbing her eyes a bit. All while not too far, the animals look at the land as Meeko moans with messy fur. As that happens, Uti approaches to where Pocahontas watches. As the fishermen pass by, they notice the natives from the new land with Uti only carving two more marks on the stick. As that happens, the ship is pulled to the land, being docked up)
  • Random Sailor: Heave-ho! Keep them taut. Here we go.
  • (As the ramp is put down, the two that place it down gasp as they see Pocahontas approaching the ramp, her hair blowing in the wind with surprise as Rolfe comes near her)
  • Rolfe: (smirks) Welcome to London.
  • (She looks at the bare streets a bit before the two with Uti arrive to a coach, the three with animals about to enter. Percy jumps inside while sitting down as Pocahontas looks in the carriage. He jumps inside with Flit flying above the carriage)
  • Rolfe: (to Uti) Shall we?
  • (He glances at Rolfe for a moment)
  • Rolfe: (shrugs) Suit yourself.
  • (The carriage with them inside closes while Flit lands near the driver. He looks a bit worried before shrugging, using the reins as the carriage departs the ship with Uti following as well. As that happens, a male approaches the lamp while putting out the lamp)
  • Lampkeeper: (sings) The sun comes up, the lamps go down. The day begins in London town.
  • (Inside, a mother and father are making breakfast together)
  • Father: (singing) There's tea to brew.
  • Mother: (singing) There's buns to bake.
  • (They watch their children sleeping in bed)
  • Parents: (singing) And some who just refuse to wake.
  • (At the shops, the people go about as the shops are opened up)
  • Shopkeeper #1: (singing) While shops are stocked and flocks are fed.
  • Shopkeeper #2: (singing) The midnight men drift home to bed.
  • School Teacher: (singing) School bells chime and church bells ring.
  • Children: (singing) Kids lament.
  • Bum: (singing) Peddlers sing.
  • (As the crowd sings, Uti glances around at the people while cutting more pieces of the staff)
  • Chorus: (singing) What a day in London, come and see who's here.
  • (As they continue, Rolfe looks at where Pocahontas is, though notices her not in the seat. He looks out the carriage, noticing Pocahontas climbing the roof with Meeko, Flit and Uti following. The carriage swiftly stops with people beginning to stare at the newcomers)
  • Chorus: (singing) Everyone knows someone, they come from far and near. They bring their geese, their finest fleece to please the keenest eye. And hope and pray someone will say there's something they might buy.
  • (Then Meeko notices a pie at the baker shop with many goodies. However, before Meeko nears the pie, the gray raccoon is caught)
  • Rolfe: Pocahontas, wait!
  • (He rushes off, searching for the girl)
  • Shopkeeper #3: (singing) With pigs to slop and fish to gut.
  • Shopkeeper #4: (singing) It ain't exactly heaven but.
  • Other Bum: (singing) We thank the lord and kiss the ground for bed and board in London town.
  • Servant: (singing) The upper crust lies fast asleep.
  • Maid: (singing) But some of us has floors to sweep.
  • Both: (singing) One day's like the day before.
  • Soldier #1: (shrugs/singing) Can't complain.
  • Soldier #2: (singing) If there's no war.
  • All: What a day in London, everything's for sale. Cabbages and onions…
  • (At that moment, a male gasps, looking up as he taps a female pedestrian with the crowd each slowly turning, now noticing Pocahontas on a tree branch looking at the city)
  • Man: (gasps) Look up!
  • Woman: (singing) Who's that? That girl up in the tree!
  • (As they continues, Uti keeps cutting the staff more)
  • Old Man: (points) It's not a tree, it's moving...see?
  • Woman #2: (facepalms/singing) Good grief, what can it be?
  • Man #2: (singing) Look there, I swear, she's flying through the air.
  • (Eventually, Rolfe approaches, trying to climb up the tree)
  • Woman #3: (singing) She must be wild.
  • Woman #2: (singing/shrugs) She's just a child.
  • Rolfe: Pocahontas!
  • Woman #4: (singing) I wish I had her hair.
  • Rolfe: Would you care to join me on the ground this instant?
  • Pocahontas: (singing) 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 road. So many signs I wonder what they really say.
  • (She climbs up with Flit following)
  • Pocahontas: (singing) London is everything I've heard and more, London is nothing like I've never seen before. Music and feathered hat and roofs that shine with flags flying higher than a pine.
  • Man #4: (singing) She seems so sweet, she means us well.
  • (A couple looks confused at Uti cutting more of the staff, which is getting smaller)
  • Man #5: (singing) Size 20 feet.
  • Woman #5: (singing) How can you warn?
  • Undertaker: (singing) We'll rue this day, you wait and see.
  • Writer Player: (singing) What is to be or not to be?
  • (Pocahontas only grins, darting through the streets with Rolfe and the animals following)
  • Pocahontas: (singing) How do they build their huts so tall, can this be all one tribe? The facts they sell, the facts I smell, I never could describe. These cakes just taste like berries picked this very day. The sound a river makes yet takes my breath away.
  • (She grins at the art with Flit doing the same, not noticing the painting before it smashes to it. He moans a bit)
  • Pocahontas: (singing) London's as busy as a hive of bees, Grandmother Willow would just love these trees. Crowded and loud, but so emotional as well, with colors I never even knew.
  • All: (singing) What a day in London, nothing strange at all.
  • Boy: (points/singing) Since a girl with someone perhaps ten feet tall.
  • (Percy gasps, noticing the familiar merry-go-round device nearby. However, the curious Meeko spins it around swiftly, snatching the bones, darting off with Percy frowning furiously. Both dart around a bit with the furious Percy chasing Meeko)
  • Chorus: (singing) This day's become a day no one is likely to forget, a day we'll all remember as the day two worlds have met.
  • Barnaby: (singing) This beauty's rare, I'm quite impressed.
  • Woman #1: (singing/points) One mustn't stare, she's barely dressed.
  • Man #1: (singing) The strength of ten, that's what I heard.
  • Woman #1: (singing) She's won the men, just take my word.
  • Man #2: (singing) A brave young fact to venture here.
  • Gypsy: (singing) It will be an adventure, darling.
  • Puppet #1: (singing) Perhaps some brew to quench your thirst.
  • Puppet #2: (singing) Not with you, I saw her first!
  • All: (singing) What a day in London, history was made. Take off the mystery, then you're not afraid. We've seen a girl.
  • Pocahontas: (singing) I've seen a world.
  • Crowd: (singing) I never dreamed I'd see.
  • All: (singing) What an extra special day, unique in truly every fashion. How wonderful this London day turned out to beeeee!
  • (After a few moments, the crowd shrieks as they swiftly move away from the carriage approaching. As that happens, Meeko is taunting Percy with the bone. Just then, the two yelp and swiftly dart away from the carriage almost hitting them with the dust blowing around, Meeko hanging on the wooden pie on the shop, wobbling a bit. At that moment, the carriage, with a red "R" symbol stops before the door opens. Just then, the foot of a familiar foe steps out of the carriage with Percy realizing in horror. He ducks behind the other carriage, shivering. Then Pocahontas gasps at the familiar man frowning)
  • Pocahontas: (shocked/frowns) You!
  • (Uti goes in front of the two as both he and Ratcliffe frown, but he looks at where Rolfe is at)
  • Ratcliffe: Well done, Rolfe, bringing back a heathen as an example. Look at her. He-he-he. She sticks out like a sore thumb.
  • Rolfe: (frowns) Pocahontas' here as an emissary of her people. A personal guest of the king.
  • (Ratcliffe, however, pulls out a document)
  • Ratcliffe: The king has appointed me to lead an armada against the savages. (slyly) Don't warn me, you didn't know? The king wants his gold.
  • Pocahontas: (frustratedly) There is no gold.
  • Ratcliffe: Another barbarian lie.
  • (Rolfe only glances at the document before the high-ranking man takes the document back)
  • Ratcliffe: Listen, as soon as the ships are armed, I set sail to destroy the heathens and reclaim Jamestown for James.
  • (He goes back to the carriage, locking the door before the carriage takes off, most coughing from the dust)
  • Pocahontas: (frustratedly) We must stop him! Warn the king of his lies!
  • Rolfe: But he wasn't lying, the parchment bore the king's sail.
  • Pocahontas: What? Then your king's promise to meet me was the lie.
  • Rolfe: A king doesn't lie.
  • Pocahontas: They cannot both be true.
  • Rolfe: No. It-it's just a misunderstanding. It has to be.
  • (Pocahontas sighs, looking down a bit)
  • Rolfe: I CAN straighten this out, c'mon.
  • (Pocahontas sighs a bit. She enters the carriage with Rolfe assisting her and the animals)
  • Rolfe: (to Uti) Are you riding or running?
  • (Uti only crosses his arms with Rolfe shrugging. Meeko, meanwhile, looks at the sign of the wooden pie, trying to bite it, though falls. He lands on the carriage before it went off, they with Uti following heading to the castle)
  • (That evening, the carriage stops where a house is lit. Rolfe jumps out with Pocahontas and her friends following. He enters the home as he shouts)
  • Rolfe: Mrs. Jenkins!
  • (Just then, glass shattering is heard with the newcomers yelping a bit with Meeko and Flit held. They look up, noticing an old woman named Mrs. Jenkins as she notices)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: Oh! Oh! Oh!
  • (She darts up to the group, though taking Meeko instead)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (grins) Gads-me-gracious, is that my Johnny?
  • (She kisses his forehead with Meeko fighting. Then she sniffs a bit before wincing and dropping Meeko to the ground)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (wincing) Oh, Johnny, you need a bath.
  • (She places them on before looking at him with a grin while Meeko sniffs his paws, then winces a bit while the old woman with Rolfe twirls a bit)
  • Rolfe: Oh! Look at you.
  • (The newcomer girl watches with a grin before Mrs. Jenkins stops a bit)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: Aw, you. Ho-ho.
  • Rolfe: Mrs. Jenkins, I would like you to introduce Pocahontas.
  • (He points to Pocahontas)
  • Rolfe: Pocahontas, Mrs. Jenkins. Well, please…allow me to introduce you to the Company. (silently) Careful. She's about to put on some tea.
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (grins) I'll put on some tea.
  • (She is ready to go ahead, though bumps to Uti, then looks up, yelping as she sees him)
  • Rolfe: Oh, and Uttamatomakkin.
  • Mrs. Jenkins: Ooh, (grins) I'll put on lots and lots of tea.
  • (Then Rolfe begins to depart)
  • Rolfe: I'm off to see the king.
  • Pocahontas: I want to go with you.
  • Rolfe: (concerned) Uh, Pocahontas, the conventions here are very complex. I must go alone.
  • Pocahontas: Bu-
  • Rolfe: (grins) Now, I promise I will arrange for you to see the king. My word as a gentleman. Trust me on this.
  • (He eventually leaves as the door is heard closing. A bit later, the old woman, who hums a bit, places the tea set with sandwiches down before departing, leaving the worried Uti holding the teacup with sandwich. He sniffs it a bit, then bites his sandwich)
  • Uti: Mmm.
  • (He grins a bit, taking another as Meeko watches. Then the raccoon snatches most with Uti about to take another, though notices the plate empty, but snatches Meeko up as the raccoon is eating. He frowns to him with the raccoon showing a sandwich hesitantly. Meanwhile, the old woman is dusting the portrait paintings on the wall, glancing at one, but turns it upside down before the woman without glasses nods, continuing to dust. The girl approaches her with worry)
  • Pocahontas: I must find a road to warn my people, to stop this.
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (grins) Leave it to Johnny. He gave you as word as a gentleman, my darling. You can stake your life on that.
  • (Meanwhile, inside the castle, Rolfe looks concerned as he speaks to the king)
  • Rolfe: I didn't exactly bring the Indian chief.
  • King James: (frowns) No, no, no, no. I warned you, I would meet with the chief and no one less.
  • (Then he points to the big game piece)
  • King James: Knight to bishop three.
  • (The knight lifted by a servant to the area as the servant flinches)
  • Rolfe: Sire, I gave these people your word you would meet.
  • (The servant, relieved, yelps as his pants are torn while walking away)
  • Rolfe: Are we not homeward bound?
  • Ratcliffe: The king is bound to nothing, if you cannot fulfill your mission. (frowns) You were sent for the savage leader and yet you bring back a woman.
  • King James: (snaps) A woman?!
  • (Queen Anne looks a bit concerned)
  • Rolfe: (bows) Your Highness, she is royalty, a princess. She is the daughter of a great chief who has traveled far from her homeland in the interests of peace.
  • (Ratcliffe ponders a bit)
  • Rolfe: Meet with her, Your Majesty.
  • (Then, he starts smirking)
  • Ratcliffe: May I suggest she attend the hunt ball? Let her go back to Virginia having witnessed the royal might and majesty of our land's society.
  • Rolfe: Sire, she doesn't know our customs. To subject her to this kind of scrutiny would be--
  • Ratcliffe: No, I don't understand, Rolfe. If she's not a savage, then why shouldn't she fit in?
  • (He frowns a bit toward the older man)
  • King James: Excellent idea, Ratcliffe. Rolfe, you may bring her to the hunt ball. (glancing) Prove to me she is as civilized as your claim, and…I will stop my armada. If not, the armada sails.
  • Rolfe: (to himself) But, Sire?
  • King James: It is decided!
  • (Ratcliffe only smirks a bit as he turns to another servant)
  • Ratcliffe: (to a servant) Pawn to king!
  • (Rolfe frowns at the older man who grins wickedly)
  • Ratcliffe: Check.
  • (Back at Rolfe's home, the furious Rolfe enters and locks the door, alarming Mrs. Jenkins as she gasps, knocking down a vase of roses)
  • Rolfe: Ugh! Of all the---
  • Mrs. Jenkins: How did it go?
  • Rolfe: A disaster. She's invited to the hunt ball!
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (concerned) Flapper Jacks.
  • (At the garden, Pocahontas picks up a fallen rose, looking at it a bit. She sighs mournfully as Rolfe approaches her)
  • Pocahontas: (grins) You were successful? Where do I see the king?
  • Rolfe: Our meeting with the king has been corrupted. You're now invited to the hunt ball.
  • Pocahontas: (concerned) I don't understand.
  • Rolfe: 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. (concerned) There's a million fashions you can insult someone. Believe me, I know. And if you slip up, just once, Ratcliffe can convince the king--
  • Pocahontas: Then I must not.... (confused) "slip up?" I can't learn your fashions alone, but you CAN help me. What have I done?
  • (A bit later, the next day, Mrs. Jenkins opens the closet door, looking through it before taking out what seems to be bloomers. She gives the undergarments with Pocahontas going to the changing ramp. With Rolfe, he looks inside the closet of clothes before turning back to Uti glancing at the hat with feather on it, trying to place it on. Rolfe glances at him before Uti notices, but swiftly removes the hat)
  • Pocahontas' Voice: John Rolfe.
  • (The two turn, but gasp as they see Pocahontas arrive while wearing the undergarments/pajamas as she comes inside, but twirls a bit)
  • Pocahontas: He-he-he. How do I look?
  • Rolfe: (uneasily) Oh…lovely…in your…underwear. Didn't Mrs. Jenkins explain? MRS. JENKINS!!
  • (Glass shattering is heard before in comes the woman, who gasps and notices)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (takes Pocahontas' hands) Oh, my heavens! Oh, come along, now. Let's go finish your dressing.
  • (They leave the room with the old woman giggling to the smirking Rolfe. A bit later, Pocahontas looks at the strange clothing objects as the old woman pulls out some of the items with Meeko in a clothing box. The girl stretches the corset a bit, but places it on her head like a bonnet, looking at herself a bit. She takes it as she begins singing)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (sings) Have no fear, we're alright.
  • (Then she places it around her waist, sewing it around her)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (singing) You have me darling to see, you're a lady tonight.
  • (She pulls too hard with the animals watching and Meeko mimicking what just happened)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (singing) What seems strange, is just new.
  • (Meeko yelps as he falls off the top of the mirror while a skirt is placed on the wire Pocahontas wore)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (singing) People change everyday till they find their own fashion, so can you.
  • (She makes a curtsy as does Pocahontas)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (singing) And wait till he sees you after you're dressed.
  • (Just as she sits down a bit, the skirt wire flings up a bit, annoying them)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (singing) I think the king will be very impressed.
  • (Then she begins putting high-heeled shoes on her feet)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (singing) Wait till he sees you walking with ease.
  • (Then Pocahontas stands up with the girl wobbling on the shoes)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (singing) He'll be so pleased you came down from the trees.
  • (She takes her, but sits her down carefully to another seat, placing makeup)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (singing) You'll be fine, I can warn, it's a very good sign that you're doing so well.
  • (She unknowingly places some on Meeko, making his face pink before he shakes some of the powder off with Pocahontas giggling. The hummingbird flies to the perfume, sniffing a bit, but is snatched by the oblivious Mrs. Jenkins as Flit is squeezed a bit as he chirps in pain)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (singing) One more tuck, one more bow, don't get stuck on that clasp.
  • (She puts the weary Flit down before sneezing a bit, but begins fixing Pocahontas' hair)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (singing) Johnny's lucky they asked you to go because wait till he sees you, he'll be so proud, perhaps he'll grin if he thinks he's allowed.
  • (Flit flying near the animals chirps before the three flinch, but look uneasy at Pocahontas' fixed hair which looks like a long hive, then many curls, then big poofy hair shaped as a heart, then another goofy hairstyle and big pigtails)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (singing) Wait until he sees you there in your curls, John's always had such a fondness for girls, with curls.
  • (The old woman pats the pigtails with Pocahontas frowning. A bit later, Pocahontas with her hair fixed back approaches Rolfe as he begins dancing with her, her mimicking Rolfe's dancing)
  • Rolfe: (singing) 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.
  • (She almost falls with Rolfe catching her, the old woman approaching as she fixes her skirt while Pocahontas kicks the shoes off a bit)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (singing) You two might come to see, you are meant to be so much more.
  • (Then, the two hold hands as they begin to dance the waltz)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (singing) Wait till he sees you, wait till tonight. Fate has a fashion of arranging what's right.
  • (The two grin as they twirl a bit. As they continue to dance, Rolfe starts slowly grinning to her, unnoticed by Pocahontas)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (singing) 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.
  • (They lean to one another before letting go and grinning to one another)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (singing) Who knows, who knows? I can't wait!
  • (She grins with glee)
  • Rolfe: Oh, I have something for you.
  • (He shows a jeweled necklace to her. Most gasp with grins. Pocahontas, however, looks shocked as she clings to her mother's necklace. Flit notices as the bird chirps at the girl removing the old necklace)
  • Pocahontas: Flit, stop this. (sighs) It doesn't belong here anymore.
  • (She puts the necklace down, Flit briefly taking it as the new necklace is put on her)
  • Pocahontas: It's beautiful.
  • (Rolfe bows a bit as Mrs. Jenkins pulls the girl back to the dressing room. Flit looks down a bit as Rolfe looks at the old necklace, glancing at it. Meanwhile, somewhere under the bridge, that evening, a driver with a bear growling stops underneath the bridge. Then, the driver jumps off, approaching where Ratcliffe is watching the sunset, covering his face before approaching him)
  • Ratcliffe: I have personally taken charge of the entertainment for the hunt ball.
  • (Then he hands the sneaky man a bag of gold)
  • Ratcliffe: (smirks) I want to make sure nothing…goes…right.
  • (He clenches the bag with a cruel grin)
  • (A bit later, Rolfe approaches the familiar figure as he looks at his fancy clothes, then to the Indian)
  • Rolfe: Well, how do I look? (grins) Pretty good, heh?
  • (He looks at Uti with his normal attire)
  • Rolfe: Say, I thought you were getting dressed.
  • (He only shows some war paint on the side of his cheek)
  • Rolfe: Uh, you're right. You look great. Just don't speak so much tonight and we'll be fine.
  • (Uti just stares at him)
  • Rolfe: (nods) Uh, good.
  • (Then Uti looks upstairs as did Rolfe, both noticing Pocahontas in a ball gown with fancy hair and jewels approaching the top of the stairs. The male grins in amazement, placing his hat unwittingly to Uti's head. Then Pocahontas slowly comes down the stairs before the two come to each other. Then she looks down a bit as she points to her face having more color)
  • Pocahontas: (sighs) It's called powder.
  • Rolfe: You look...look beautiful.
  • (Then he holds out his arm to the grinning Pocahontas, who takes it, the two beginning to depart as her friends are ready to follow. However, the door closes as her three friends smash to it)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: I'll put on some tea!
  • (Later, the three with Flit acting like a drinking bird, look bored as they slump on the tea table with Meeko slowly stirring his tea. Mrs. Jenkins looks at Flit acting as the drinking bird as she looks awed)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: Ohh.
  • (Meanwhile, at the castle, the carriage with Uti following head toward the castle while the bells are heard ringing. Eventually, the carriage stops as a voice is heard. As it continues, the two come out of the carriage with Rolfe holding Pocahontas' hand, the three heading into the doors)
  • Voice: The Duke of Edinburgh. Lady Grey. Sir Thomas Ellery. Lord Raymond and Lady Theresa. The Earl of Essex.
  • (Inside, the two see the herald announcing the next people ahead of them)
  • Herald: The Duke of Buckingham and Lady Buckingham.
  • (They go inside as the two approach)
  • Herald: John Rolfe and Princess Pocahontas.
  • (Most look upward as they see the two at the doorway together with a few gasps as Uti approaches)
  • Herald: And Utam---uttata---ultimatum----old tomato----
  • Rolfe: (silently) Try Uti.
  • (He leaves with Pocahontas)
  • Herald: Oh, thank you, sir. And Uti.
  • (However, before Uti can enter, he is stopped, pointing to the shirt)
  • Herald: Jacket required, sir.
  • (Then he snatches the jacket, showing the man's undershirt as he yelps)
  • Herald: Oh, dear.
  • (Uti places it on, stepping down to the ground. However, the undershirt herald only fixes the fancy collar on himself. All while with Pocahontas, she looks uneasy at the people looking unsure while secretly whispering to one another)
  • Pocahontas: (silently) Hello, Your Excellent-ness. Your Great, Heavenly Highness. (uneasily) Greetings, Your Magnificence.
  • (Eventually, they stop near King James and Queen Anne, him bowing with Pocahontas looking uneasy, Rolfe noticing)
  • King James: (glancing) Huh.
  • Queen Anne: (grins) Welcome to England, Pocahontas.
  • (She shakes it off a bit before eventually bowing in a curtsy with a grin)
  • Pocahontas (grins) Thank you, your Grace.
  • King James: (smirks) What do you think of my kingdom, huh?
  • Pocahontas: I think you must be a great king to have so many subjects, Your Majesty, and the loyalty of so many good men.
  • (He chuckles a bit, turning to the poodle on the throne, then to Queen Anne)
  • King James: Did you hear that? She thinks I am a great king! Oh, what a delightful child! He-he-he. Charming! Absolutely charming!
  • Pocahontas: Your Excellency, please stop this armada------
  • King James: Oh, yes, yes, yes, yes. But right now, I can't be rude and ignore my other guests, can I? No! Well, we shall discuss it later. For now, my darling, enjoy the ball. He-he-he-he. (grins) Go ahead! Enjoy!
  • (Both bow to him before Rolfe takes Pocahontas away from the king's side before sighing)
  • Rolfe: Phew. Thank heavens.
  • (At that moment, a stuffy rich blond boy approaches with a grin, looking slightly drunk)
  • Blond Boy: Rolfie! Rolfie, old boy. Listen, we're having some friends out to the estate. Do come. Oh, yes, bring your delightful..... (falls down) guest.
  • (He slumps unconscious. As the rich woman comes and speaks to him, many gather around Pocahontas as they look please at her and Uti approaching)
  • Rich Woman: Oh, Miss, uh, Hontas. (grins) How drippingly marvelous to see you!
  • (The females approach Uti with delight)
  • Women: (randomly) Enchanting! Charming! Famous jewelry!
  • (As they continue, both Rolfe and Pocahontas move off from the crowd as Uti glances at the females waving and chatting to him, making him slightly grin a bit)
  • Herald: May the dance begin!
  • (A staff bangs a bit before Rolfe takes her hand. Just then, a different male comes between them)
  • Rich Male: (grins) May I?
  • (Pocahontas joins in on the dance as the crowd dances and waltzes together. As that is happening, Pocahontas notices Uti looking stiff as a giggling woman was dancing around the arms, not moving. Uti sighs in annoyance. Each look amazed as Pocahontas dances with another man, Pocahontas dancing perfectly while grinning. Once that happens, Pocahontas notices Rolfe approaching her. As they dance together, Rolfe looks amazed)
  • Rolfe: In one night, you will have done more for the cause of peace than a hundred diplomats.
  • (Just then, the two yelp as they are pulled apart with Rolfe dancing with a chubby woman as she giggles while Pocahontas is being danced with a familiar foe who grins)
  • Ratcliffe: My, you look lovely. I can't even see the real you under there. I do hope no one else does so.
  • Pocahontas: (frowns) I was going to say the same about you.
  • Ratcliffe: It's a very good fact that Smith is dead. Seeing how disloyal your heart is would certainly murder him.
  • (Suddenly, a bell ringing is heard)
  • Herald: Dinner is served!
  • (At the dining hall, as the lords and ladies are chattering a bit, many are seated with the king sighing as Rolfe pulls out a chair for Pocahontas. However, the assistant approaches her)
  • Assistant: Oh, dear, madam. The guest of honor is always on the king's right hand.
  • (Then Pocahontas is led to her chair before she curtsies to the king, but properly sits down)
  • Pocahontas: Your Grace, perhaps now we might discuss--
  • (However, the sounds of horns are heard. Near the curtains, Ratcliffe grins to the crowd)
  • Ratcliffe: Your Royal Highnesses, Lords and Ladies of the Court…and our distinguished guest from the forests of the New World.
  • (He moves aside as the curtain begins to open up. As the curtain opens up, one figure, a male with brown hair named Boris E. Ratso peeks while wearing a cowboy hat)
  • Boris: (sings) Facts are not what they appear.
  • (A phantom mask is briefly seen)
  • Boris: (singing) As tonight will make quite clear.
  • (Then, they pull apart, revealing Boris with two others named Phineas Pike and Amos Slade in jester clothing with all three having "viking" symbols on them, removing the helmets with the upper class)
  • Boris: (singing) But what is real will be revealed, I can feel the moment's near.
  • (Pocahontas only slightly applauds a bit as gloves are shown waving around, but Finias makes his presentation. As he continues, he looks like he is splitting up a bit)
  • Finias: (singing) Facts are never what they seem, that will be this evening's theme.
  • (He pulls off with a flash shown with some applauding)
  • Amos: (singing) A music sights for your delight, perhaps a few to make you shriek.
  • (Some smoke is made, causing bats to appear with many yelping and ducking down, though Ratcliffe holds his cape like a bull cloak, twirling with the bats disappearing in them. As he sings next, he dangerously leans to the concerned Pocahontas)
  • Ratcliffe: (singing) You'll be surprise to see whose disguise is the cleverest one of the lot.
  • (Then he leans to the frowning Rolfe with Boris near him, placing a fake grin on him with Ratcliffe reaching for a plate, opening it to reveal Amos)
  • Ratcliffe: After our show, the entire world will know who's pretending to be what they are not.
  • (He winks a bit, Ratcliffe leaning to the frowning Uti)
  • Ratcliffe: (singing) If a jester's grin or a dancer's spin.
  • (Then, two hunters named Clayton and Gaston dance around his legs with Ratcliffe arriving back to the dining table)
  • Ratcliffe: (singing) Should be pleasing, please say yes!
  • Crowd: (raising their glasses) Yes!
  • (Finias only juggles a bit with some balls tossed to Rolfe, who tries and fails to juggle)
  • Ratcliffe: (singing) If a juggler's feat should be incomplete, he's the one to greet with yay.
  • Crowd: (grins) Yay!
  • (As he continues, the two trainers of Ratcliffe's remove their "heads" which are masks, showing the two to look like two of the rich people)
  • Ratcliffe: (singing) If the fools we see should look like you and me, then before the night goes by.
  • (He smirks a bit darkly with the three jesters and two poachers flipping around the dinner table before nearing Pocahontas)
  • Ratcliffe: (singing) Ask why, why, why, why, why?
  • (Then the girl yelps as the chair she is on is levitated)
  • Ratcliffe: Why?
  • (Then, in an instant, she vanishes. Most gasp with Uti looking frustrated while the chair is being balanced)
  • Boris: (singing) Facts are not what they appear.
  • (Then Boris snatches a goblet of wine, pouring it onto Slade's hand)
  • Boris: (singing) And the finest proof's right here.
  • (He blows on it, which shows many butterflies flying toward Finias balancing the chair with her nose, then in an instant, Pocahontas appears as she looks confused, the crowd amaze as they applaud)
  • Ratcliffe: (singing) How I regret if we first meet, I believe my own worst fear.
  • (She is put down as Finias lifts his hand)
  • Finias: (singing) Facts are never what they seem.
  • (Then, a bouquet of flowers appear from Slade's hands before Finias takes some, the duplicated male giving it to her)
  • Finias: (singing) Then in keeping with our theme.
  • (The girl, in confusion, is given her the flowers. Just then, the flowers burst, shooting fireworks above)
  • Ratcliffe: (singing) A change of hair, a dress to wear, and our nightmare's now a dream.
  • (Pocahontas grins in amazement as the fireworks sparkle around while Ratcliffe leans near King James)
  • Ratcliffe: (singing) Clueless and wild, I saw this sweet child as a danger to one and to all.
  • (Queen Anne, however, glances skeptically at him)
  • Ratcliffe: (singing) Savage, I thought. What could have Rolfe have brought? Now I see she's the beautiful of all!
  • (The crowd applauds as Finias and Amos point with Pocahontas bowing with a grin)
  • Ratcliffe: (singing) Facts are never what they seem.
  • Crowd: (shouts) That's true! He's right!
  • Ratcliffe: (singing) Many don't say what they mean.
  • (Then, the head is seemingly pulled off with the trainer jester making faces)
  • Crowd: We can't find them! There's no sign of them!
  • (Finias acts in the dress upper crust with a smirk)
  • Boris: (singing) A powdered face is just the place.
  • Finias: (singing) To conceal an ugly scheme.
  • (Some smoke is bursting into the heavens with fireworks shooting out)
  • Ratcliffe: (singing) Only one fact's really clear. Facts are not what they appeaaaaaaarrr!!!
  • (Then, huge smoke flashes to the ground he is on, the crowd gasps a bit before a roar is heard. With that said, the smoke fades as the familiar bear from earlier roars while in chains. Amos chuckles as he twirls around, then flops to the ground, making faces as Pocahontas looks horrified at the bear)
  • Rolfe: (fearfully) Sire, please stop this! She doesn't understand!
  • King James: (scoffs) Oh, nonsense! Everybody loves a good bear-baiting.
  • (Ratcliffe only smirks cruelly to Pocahontas as Finias and Amos chuckle, piercing the bear as it roars in agony. Most chuckle with the bear roaring and trying to snap its jaws to the pitchforks. Pocahontas looks more fearful as the upper class people laughs wickedly, in her vision. She glances around, frowning a bit)
  • Pocahontas: Unh…no! You guys…stop laughing or----
  • (At that moment, a hunter called Shaw holding a huge bowl of wine, hiding in the shadows, tosses it up before it splashes down on the girl, ruining the dress and messing her hair)
  • Pocahontas: AAUGH!!
  • (At that moment, Shaw slips in the shadows, she looks at almost everyone laughing hysterically with Rolfe horrified)
  • Rolfe: Oh, crap. Sir, you may want to stop this because…
  • King James: (laughs) Why! This is the best fun we had in years.
  • (Rolfe yelps as he swiftly ducks down under the table)
  • Rolfe: Don't say I didn't warn you so!
  • (After a few moments of being laughed at combined with the bear's roars, the Indian princess shrieks in frustration)
  • Pocahontas: DAAAAEEEEEEUGH!!
  • (Everyone stops with shock as they look at the messy girl who angrily flings the pitchfork away from Finias)
  • Pocahontas: No! Stop this!! This is torture!
  • King James: This is an animal. Nothing more.
  • Pocahontas: A hopeless animal?
  • King James: (frowns) Sit down at once and we will overlook this savage behavior.
  • (She gets up, frowning furiously)
  • Pocahontas: YOUR behavior is savage.
  • (Most look stunned)
  • Pocahontas: You and your people are the barbarians!
  • (Everyone else gasps with King James facepalming)
  • King James: (to Pocahontas/frustratedly) WHAT?!
  • Ratcliffe: Sire, don't let the savage get away with this.
  • King James: (shouts) Seize her!
  • (The guards rush up to the yelping Pocahontas, trying to snatch her before Uti comes in front, swiftly shoving the guards off as Ratcliffe shouts)
  • Ratcliffe: SAVAGES!!
  • (The crowd looks fearful and shrieks as they run from Pocahontas running off. However, as Pocahontas is running, she is tackled down by the guards while Uti is trying to toss the guards off, though is overpowered as swords near his neck)
  • King James: (shouts) Take them to the tower!
  • Rolfe: (in fear) No!! Your Majesty, please wait, it was a misunderstanding--
  • (However, swords block him)
  • King James: Push me no farther or face treason.
  • (As he begins to depart, Ratcliffe frowns at John Rolfe)
  • Ratcliffe: Where exactly do your loyalties lie?
  • (As that happens, Pocahontas is forcefully pulled off as is Uti)
  • Pocahontas: (fighting) Let go! Let go of me! John Rolfe! JOHN ROLFE!!!!
  • (Ratcliffe only smirks at the scene with Rolfe, watching her drag off with fear, sighs mournfully before he begins burying his hands on his face)
  • (That evening, the carriage with prisoners heads to a gigantic prison while at a place marked, "Pig 'n Whistle Pub", many people are chattering and muttering as the fog outside is building up. Inside, a group of people are playing cards with one showing his deck while some mugs are filled)
  • Random Player: (frowns) Oi, you're cheating!
  • Other Player: No, I'm not. (slaps a card down) I'll play that card there.
  • (As that is happening, an old guy takes his entire mug from the bartender)
  • Old Guy: (glancing) The least you could do is put a head on it. How much do I have to pay to get good beer here?!
  • (Meanwhile, near the fireplace, a strong man is shouting as he holds his mug)
  • Strong Man: You say it's not true? But I just heard myself from a guard what was there. (motions a slit throat) The king's gonna have her head. Bloody savage.
  • (He laughs hysterically)
  • Strong Man: Aye, I bet you old John Rolfe wishes that he never laid eyes on the likes of Pocahontas.
  • (All while unknown to everyone, someone in a cloak is listening as he holds an empty mug, then glances at the strong man)
  • Strong Man: Aye! Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-
  • (Just then, the door is heard swung open)
  • Some: What?
  • (A few look at the fallen mug while outside, the cloaked figure gets on his horse, which neighs before they head off, going through the fogs and disappearing in them)
  • Bartender: (confused) What has into him?
  • (Meanwhile, at Rolfe's home and garden, the male sighs as he paces near where a sword is at, muttering a bit with concern. As that is happening, Mrs. Jenkins and the animals only watch, most sighing mournfully with Mrs. Jenkins patting Percy)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: I think I'll put on some tea.
  • (Then Rolfe looks at the fallen rose, sighing as he picks it up. Then he sits near the tree where his sword is leaning at, looking at the rose with concern)
  • Rolfe: What am I to do?
  • (Rolfe yelps, but notices the hooded figure jumping over the fence, landing down before taking his sword, frowning)
  • Rolfe: Who are you? What have you done?
  • (Just then, the figure approaches as everything goes black. A bit later, under where the prison castle is at, the familiar figures, the animals under the blanket in rowboat and Rolfe rowing with the figure sitting on the boat, slowly approach. The animals duck back down as they enter the prison with the guards noticing them and approaching)
  • Guard: Halt! Who goes there?
  • (He stands up, showing the tied up hooded figure)
  • Rolfe: John Rolfe. I have a prisoner.
  • (He motions a "slit throat" to them. The guards chuckle a bit cruelly)
  • Lead Guard: (shouts) Open the gate.
  • (The gate opens up before in rows Rolfe with the hooded figure and hidden animals. They arrive to the docks before the gates behind them close. He pulls the ropes on the prisoner before the guards notices something odd about him)
  • Guard: Huh.
  • (Just then, the hands are grabbed, then hits the wooden holes, tying the loose ropes around them as he tightens them up. Then he punches the guard, who drops the prison keys to the water, darting onward)
  • Rolfe: (to the guards) He's escaping! Catch him!
  • (Once they do so, if all is cleared, Rolfe swiftly takes the keys left behind by the fallen guard)
  • Rolfe: Now find her, Flit.
  • (The animals go off with Meeko briefly stopping to the fallen helmet. Then he looks at Percy before putting the helmet on him. As Meeko goes onward, the helmet begins falling on Percy, trapping him inside it while the three head upward. In the halls, the guards march as the hidden three watch, slinking to the side)
  • Voice: C'mon, men, after him!
  • (As it clears, Rolfe motions the two to follow. As that happens, Percy, yet in the helmet, trapped inside, attempts to follow. He smashes to a few pillars. Up ahead, Flit looks in each cell window with Rolfe watching. Eventually, Flit notices the cell with Uti crossing his arms while leaning to the wall while Pocahontas leans to the windowsill, some of her fixed hair starting to fall before in comes Flit through the window hole)
  • Pocahontas: (grins) Flit!
  • (Then, the cell door opens up before Pocahontas notices, grinning a bit)
  • Pocahontas: John!
  • (She hugs Rolfe as the male slightly blushes a bit, unknowingly to her)
  • Pocahontas: (happily) I knew you'd come!
  • (After a moment of both hugging, Rolfe removes himself from his grip)
  • Rolfe: There's no time. We must go.
  • (The two yelp, but turn as the hood is removed, showing a familiar smirking Englishman who smirks)
  • Pocahontas: (shocked) John Smith?! (fearfully) I-I thought you were dead.
  • (She touches his heart with Smith grinning)
  • Smith: Greatly exaggerated.
  • Voice: Over this fashion!
  • Smith: Let's go.
  • (With the guards, they see an opened cell before entering, noticing a peculiar rag used like a rope with part of the cell window breaks while they frown. One peeks, but notices only Meeko on the makeshift rope. Then the animals hurry to the side while unknown to the guards, the hidden group sneak out of the shadows, then as they realize, they see Smith smirking as he shuts and locks the cell)
  • Smith: Enjoy the accommodations.
  • (Outside the cells, the gang stops, noticing more guards with Smith using his sword)
  • Rolfe: I'll take care of it.
  • (As Rolfe jumps to the guards, they clash swords, flinging the swords away from Smith, watching, yawning a bit before he notices a locked door, taking the board before charging)
  • Smith: Pardon me.
  • (He bashes through the guards, knocking them all down to the haystacks, turns upside down as they straggle)
  • Rolfe: Oh, very stylish.
  • (As some guards on riding horses begin to enter, Uti jumps downward, hitting the guards down with ease. The two notice, but furiously try to attack Uti. However, the blond only holds them by the hands, the two futilely to reach him before he hits their heads to one another, knocking them out. Once that happens, Pocahontas grins. The three of them get on the rides with Meeko and Flit on Pocahontas)
  • Rolfe: (to Uti) Riding or running?
  • Voice: (shouts) After them! They're getting away!
  • (Uti only darts onward with the others following)
  • Guard: (shouts) Close the gate!
  • (The drawbridge is being risen up with the group heading to the bridge while with Percy, the dog stuck in helmet, falls and tumbles down the stairs with shrieks and yelps, causing the one raising the bridge to collide with him, the man knocks out as the bridge is hit downward, the bridge breaking as most get to the other side with Percy bouncing from the broken pieces as the guards stuck at the castle frown)
  • Lead Guard: Blast it! They got away!
  • (As that happens, Percy lands on Uti's hard head, the helmet off and Uti oblivious to what just happened as Percy looks dizzily)
  • (Outside where an abandoned shed is at, her three friends are backing from the tracks and wiping them away with the branches. Inside, Pocahontas looks concerned toward John)
  • Pocahontas: What just happened to you?
  • John: Ratcliffe convinced the king that I WAS the traitor. I HAD to stay hidden. I had to let them continue to believe that I was dead.
  • (Pocahontas hugs him a bit)
  • Pocahontas: (grins) I missed you so much.
  • John: I've thought of you every day.
  • Pocahontas: (glancing) All this time, why didn't you ever write to me?
  • John: I wanted to. I must have started a thousand letters. Pocahontas, all that matters is that we're together again.
  • (Just then, the two hear a rake drop before turning to the entered Rolfe, who hesitantly shrugs)
  • Pocahontas: What about my people?
  • Rolfe: Once the armada sails, they won't stand a chance.
  • John: How will HER getting murdered save them?
  • (As they continue, Pocahontas looks more concerned, becoming more and more uneasy)
  • Rolfe: (frowns) Well, are you suggesting she turn her back on them?
  • John: Are you suggesting she die for them?
  • Rolfe: She can't just sit back and watch.
  • John: She has no choice!
  • Rolfe: Of course she has a choice!
  • (She darts outside, Uti guarding the outside with Rolfe, concerned, following her)
  • Rolfe: Pocahontas!
  • (The two dart in the forest, though Pocahontas is faster as she goes into the fog. Rolfe stops, looking around a bit with concern. After a moment, he halts John approaching)
  • Rolfe: Let her go.
  • John: (frowns) You may not care about her safety--
  • Rolfe: (snaps) Don't you dare warn me I don't care about her!
  • (John looks at where she went, then realizes something)
  • John: You love her.
  • (With Pocahontas, the shoes are off her feet, Pocahontas keeps running in the forest before she stops near where a somewhat broken brick wall is at. Then, she looks at the familiar wind with leaves blowing down to a path)
  • Nakoma's Voice: (in her head) Do not forget this land.
  • (Pocahontas goes down the path, looking concerned as she, without her new necklace, approaches where a tree is at, the wind blowing as she looks seriously)
  • Pocahontas' Voice: (sings) In some new place on some new face I've never seen.
  • (She looks at her reflection, but notices the makeup covering her true skin)
  • Pocahontas' Voice: (singing) I might find where I belong someday.
  • (She picks up some water, splashing it on her face, restoring her natural skin)
  • Pocahontas' Voice: (singing) And there may even be another dream for me.
  • (Then she looks at the wind with flying leaves blowing around where the tree is at)
  • Pocahontas' Voice: (singing) Waiting there, somewhere along the road.
  • (The girl closes her eyes as she feels the wind)
  • Nakoma's Voice: (in her head) Listen to the spirit......within.
  • (The wind blows her hair a bit as she concentrates)
  • Pocahontas' Voice: (singing) Who knows where I go from here?
  • (On the reflection, it shows Pocahontas in normal attire with the forest surrounding her shown to be complete with green life)
  • Pocahontas' Voice: (singing) So many voices, only one fact's clear.
  • (Then the sun begins shining in her imagination)
  • Pocahontas' Voice: (singing) There's nothing to lose, nothing to fear.
  • (Eventually, Pocahontas, with her true self in the reflection shown fading, stands up, then lets her hair down to let the wind blow her hair)
  • Pocahontas' Voice: (singing) The past is gone, I must move ahead from heeeeeeerrre!!!
  • (As the song is ending, the animals approach, each happily going to her before they hug. With Rolfe, he closes his eyes as he feels the wind as does Smith. As both do so, both open their eyes with surprise. He leaves with Rolfe turning, noticing Pocahontas and the animals approach her. Smith stops, noticing her as the males come to her. As they do so, Uti smirks a bit)
  • Pocahontas: (sternly) I'm going back.
  • Smith: They'll hang you.
  • Pocahontas: Then I will be but the first to fall.
  • Smith: They're not going to listen to you. Look at you!
  • Pocahontas: (frowns) How can they respect my culture if they haven't seen it?!
  • Smith: This is insane! Nuts!! Warn her she's crazy.
  • Rolfe: (to Pocahontas) You're crazy.
  • (Smith facepalms a bit with Rolfe taking out a familiar necklace, showing it to her)
  • Rolfe: I thought you may need whatever this power holds for you.
  • (She takes it and places it on)
  • Rolfe: I think it's time you taught society a lesson.
  • Pocahontas: I have decided.
  • (A bit later, as the guards march around during the patrol, Pocahontas, now back in her native garb, peeks from the shadows of the big tree, glancing at the castle before jumping to the top of the wall, looking cautious before darting onward)
  • Herald's Voice: Hear ye! Hear ye! The High Court of King James will herewith commence.
  • (Inside a huge court, the herald bows as the herald is ready to read the scroll)
  • Herald: Presenting the first order of business--
  • (Just then, the door is heard kicked open before the crowd gasps, but turns to the door as many gasp at the familiar figure at the doorway, looking seriously with the king looking shocked, standing up)
  • King James: Pocahontas?! (snaps) Guards! Guards!
  • (However, both Rolfe and Uti, the latter holding the fighting guards with ease, enter together, many of the spectators gasping)
  • Pocahontas: Surely His Majesty would not refuse that there is no food with a visiting princess.
  • (He frowns furiously to her)
  • Queen Anne: James!
  • James: Unh!
  • (He sits back down on the throne as Pocahontas slowly approaches the throne)
  • Pocahontas: Your Grace, if you exist on war, my people will fight to the last warrior.
  • (Each look unsure)
  • Pocahontas: There is nothing to be gained but much to be lost, for all of us.
  • Queen Anne: There is no gold, is there?
  • King James: (uncertain) No, no, Ratcliffe assured me-----
  • Smith's Voice: That I was dead?
  • (The crowd gasps as they see John Smith approaching with a smirk)
  • Smith: Was it true?
  • (Each mutter and whisper to one another)
  • Smith: Ratcliffe has lied to you about everything.
  • (More arguing is heard from the crowd shouting at each other as the Indian princess looks seriously)
  • Pocahontas: There are many voices around you, but you must listen to your own voice.
  • King James: Why do you speak out if some many doubt you, even if it could mean your life?
  • Pocahontas: Because I speak the truth.
  • (As the voices continue, King James looks seriously)
  • King James: (shouts) SILENCE!!!!!
  • (Everyone stops before King James realizes)
  • King James: Ratcliffe has left! We must stop him!
  • Queen Anne: But it's too late.
  • Pocahontas: We must try.
  • (Meanwhile, at the docks, as the ships are being loaded, Ratcliffe shouts to the crew)
  • Ratcliffe: You are the best soldiers in the civilized world.
  • Crowd: Hear, hear!
  • Ratcliffe: We sail to scour the world of our savage vermin. (grins) Are you with me?
  • (The crowd cheers wildly)
  • Scout: (points) Riders approaching!
  • Ratcliffe: What?
  • (Then he gasps, noticing the familiar figures on riding horses approaching)
  • Ratcliffe: (frowns) Smith.
  • (He gasps a bit before shouting)
  • Ratcliffe: Raise anchor! Cast off!
  • (The crew shouts as each swiftly stuff the ships to cast off with the anchor being lifted with sails pushed down and Ratcliffe shoving the docking board away as they sail off. However, John on his horse jumps onto Ratcliffe's ship. Most gasp in shock as they see the male landing)
  • Random Sailor: (points) It's John Smith!
  • Soldier: (in fear) I thought he was dead!
  • John: (hauntingly) I am the ghost of John Smith. Run for your lives!
  • (Many shriek and jump out of the ship. As that happens, Pocahontas swiftly grabs the rope to the ship, swinging onto it as she evades a soldier trying to hit her with the sword as the rain is pouring. All while with her friends, they yelp and stop, though Percy shrieks as he falls onto the waters. However, Meeko snatches his tail, attempting to pull him up. However, Meeko slips, though Uti nearby grabs them both. Meeko sighs in relief as Percy happily hugs Uti. Just then, the two yelp as they see Uti jumping in the water with them. On the ship, one of the soldiers jumps at John, knocking him down to the ground)
  • Both: Unh.
  • (They tumble a bit before getting their weapons out. With Rolfe, he swiftly dives into the waters. As John is fighting the soldiers and punching a few with ease, Rolfe grabs the anchor, being lifted to the ship John is on. After John knocks down another soldier, he notices Rolfe entering the ship)
  • John: (smirks) Who started the feast without me?
  • (Rolfe is given a sword before the two males clash blades with the soldiers)
  • John: You call this a feast?
  • Rolfe: You're not having any fun?
  • (As they fought, her three friends slowly rise up with Uti having them on top of his head with one soldier noticing and yelping. The soldier runs back the way he came, shrieking. Meeko jumps to the battle, spilling some water to the soldiers, causing them to fall. Percy bites one male's rear as he shrieks while Flit flies around another soldier, evading and twirling around him. He tries to cut down Flit, knocking him away and off the ship. As that happens, Uti easily lifts two fighting soldiers, dropping them to the waters. Pocahontas, meanwhile, evades a soldier's sword at the crow's nest, a rope breaking before she swiftly swings to the deck. Just then, Pocahontas gasps at one about to pierce her with his sword. Just then, he is blocked by Rolfe)
  • Rolfe: Drop the anchor!
  • (As he trips the soldier, Pocahontas pulls the hold on the lift, causing it to spiral out and drop the anchor to the waters. Just then, two of the ships are colliding with one stuck in the waters. As both ships smash, many of the soldiers fall to the ground. Then, another one smashes with some of the men fallen in the waters. As that is happening, the lightning flashes as it shows a familiar foe with sword about to head straight to Pocahontas. The girl hears the swing of a sword, evading as the flag that covered her is cut. She darts away as the furious male frowns at the tripped Pocahontas)
  • Ratcliffe: (points his sword) Now I can eventually get rid of you, you savage!
  • (However, but before he can hit her, the cape he wore is pulled by John)
  • John: (smirks) Mind if I cut in?
  • (With the two humans, Ratcliffe tries slashing at him with John evading easily, both clashing swords before John groans, being pinned down with the older man taking out a dagger, almost hitting him)
  • John: Trying to make a point?
  • (He swiftly headbutts him, causing him to stumble backward, the two continuing to clash blades with one another. As thunder flashes with rain pouring, the blades keep clashing more before John punches Ratcliffe, the sword and dagger twirl before John catches the blade with dagger pierced to the ground. He gasps, looking fearful at the smirking John pointing the weapons at him, Ratcliffe fallen to the ground in fear)
  • Ratcliffe: Agh! Please, don't hurt me, Smith. I was just doing my duty.
  • John: (shows Ratcliffe's sword) Sheath your sword.
  • Ratcliffe: (takes it) Surely you know that a good soldier always follows orders.
  • (He sheathes it, then begins taking out something. To John's horror, the pistol is pointed to the boy's head)
  • Ratcliffe: (smirks) If it were, I would have murdered you years ago.
  • (John looks uneasy as he backs away from Ratcliffe standing up, dropping his own sword)
  • John: (frowns) You cheated.
  • Ratcliffe: (frowns) As I was saying, I never liked you, Smith. I hereby sentence you to death. Farewell, Smith.
  • (Just then, the rail of the sails hits Ratcliffe with John ducking, the former shrieking as he is held by the cloak he wore, fighting as he sees Rolfe pushing the rail a bit to the waters before landing down, dusting his hands)
  • John: Very stylish.
  • Rolfe: I learned it from the best.
  • (The governor yelps as he looks at the waters he is dangled over)
  • John: (crosses his arms) Pity. I so would have preferred to see you hang.
  • (Then the Englishman slashes the ropes holding Ratcliffe, plunging him into the waters)
  • Ratcliffe: AAHHHH!!!!
  • (After a few moments up comes Ratcliffe as he fights in the water, groaning in fear as he coughs as the three good guys on the ship watch. Meeko, meanwhile, cheers wildly as he grabs Percy's paw as the two twirl around with the latter looking queasy. As all the ships are gathered, Ratcliffe attempts to swim before arriving to the docks, shivering a bit before climbing up the stairs. At that moment, the coughing drenched man spits out some water then notices some familiar figures with King James frowning)
  • Ratcliffe: (points) What? Your Majesty, the fugitives are getting away! They've sabotaged the armada. Stop them!
  • (However, chains are cuffed onto his wrists)
  • King James: (frowns) No more lies. (to the guards) Arrest him.
  • (The shocked villain is lifted by the guards before the king heads back to his carriage while the stunned Ratcliffe is dragged away)
  • (A bit later, back at the king's castle, the crowd is celebrating while John passes by many royalties bowing)
  • Woman: John Smith, what a heroic return.
  • John: (grins) Why, thank you, my lady.
  • Other Woman: How did you escape?
  • Third Woman: John, we thought you were dead.
  • Random Man: Bravo, John!
  • (Many cheer happily to the proud John. Outside, Pocahontas, watching the scene from outside, sighs a bit before slowly backing from the court, then stands away from the area)
  • Pocahontas: (sighs)
  • (Then she looks at Rolfe, who watches the scenery with worry before approaching him as Flit nearby glances)
  • Pocahontas: Lord Advisor to the Royal Court. What a wonderful honor.
  • (She is nudged by the hummingbird nearby. She glances at the hummingbird for a moment)
  • Pocahontas: (to Rolfe) It's what you've always wanted.
  • Rolfe: And you, you've done everything you've set out to do…and more.
  • (Meeko, tapping his foot a bit, tries to nudge Rolfe a bit)
  • Rolfe: (to Pocahontas) Your people would be very proud.
  • Pocahontas: (holds her arm) Yes. It-it will be good to see them again.
  • Rolfe: Well, maybe one day you'll return to London.
  • (Then both look at one another for a moment as they speak)
  • Rolfe: Pocahontas?
  • Pocahontas: John?
  • John: The king has given me a ship! This is my dream!
  • (He pauses a bit)
  • John: Ours.
  • (As he continues, Pocahontas only looks uncertain as Rolfe sighs and departs after the two look at each other, but the animals look more uncertain)
  • John: Every day a new adventure. New lands to discover. I'll chart a new curse. 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!
  • (Then he notices Pocahontas looking solemn)
  • John: What?
  • (Then he realizes something)
  • John: That's…not what you want, is it?
  • Pocahontas: (sighs) We walked the same path once. I have found where I belong.
  • John: I hope you will also find happiness.
  • Pocahontas: (hugs him) May the Great Spirit always be with you.
  • (John kisses her hand. As he leaves, Pocahontas realizes something. Then she looks at where Rolfe has disappeared with the two animals yet watching with despair before Flit and Meeko come to her)
  • (Sometime later, that evening, the carriage going through town stops near where the docks are at, the door opening before out comes Meeko and Flit as Pocahontas starts following. As the crowd gathers around the ships, Mrs. Jenkins is searching around the crowd)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: Pocahontas? Pocahontas!
  • (The woman without glasses tries looking around, fighting through the people before Pocahontas notices her)
  • Pocahontas: Mrs. Jenkins!!
  • (However, the old woman feels the tail of a horse before grinning)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: Oh, there you are, darling.
  • (Pocahontas giggles, then helps the old woman get her glasses on)
  • Pocahontas: Over here.
  • (The two eventually hug each other)
  • Pocahontas: Mrs. Jenkins, thank you so much for everything. Is John Rolfe here?
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (worried) Oh, I haven't seen him, darling. I thought he was with you. Perhaps he hates farewells as much as I do so.
  • (She pats her)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (grins mournfully) Farewell, darling.
  • (Eventually, Pocahontas with the animals begin to enter the ship, though Meeko looks at the waves below, looking pale. Eventually, once they are on the ship, minus Pocahontas, shouts their farewells to everyone)
  • Rolfe's Voice: Well, maybe one day we'll return to London.
  • (Pocahontas, hearing his voice, notices Rolfe wearing traveling clothing, the girl grinning before hugging him a bit)
  • Pocahontas: John! (pauses) What about your duty to the king?
  • Rolfe: I have a duty to honor what is in my heart, Pocahontas.
  • (Meeko and Flit only grin as Percy is hugged too tightly by Meeko)
  • (At the docks, as the crowd waves, both Mrs. Jenkins alongside Uti, now in the London clothing, waves a farewell with hankies in hand)
  • Uti: Ta-ta, pip-pip.
  • Mrs. Jenkins: (grins) C'mon, Uti. Let's put on some tea.
  • (Then she looks at the bandaged bear held by the rope)
  • Mrs. Jenkins: And you, mind your manners.
  • (The brown bear growls before the two follow her. With Rolfe, he and Pocahontas grin a bit)
  • Rolfe: Let's go home.
  • (Eventually, the ship sails onward, heading back home)
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