Restless for adventure, Indian princess Pocahontas stumbles upon English settlers who've landed in the home of her tribe. She soon becomes entranced by handsome Captain John Smith, who's also smitten by Pocahontas' beauty and gentle spirit. However, when Governor Ratcliffe's greedy followers believe the Native Americans have hidden the gold they're searching for and demand its return, tension builds between the two groups. It's up to Pocahontas to discover her true destiny and restore peace among her people.
Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World
In Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World, Pocahontas goes to London as a diplomat to stop a potential attack upon her people being ordered by King James in a plot by Ratcliffe. There, she is accompanied by John Rolfe and slowly develops a romance with him. In the end, she is reunited with John Smith, but explains to him that they are "no longer following the same path that they went on years ago", and parts ways with him. Successfully exposing Ratcliffe, who is then arrested by order of the King, Pocahontas and John Rolfe get on a ship going back to Virginia together, and kiss as the ship sails off into the sunset.