Pocahontas

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $141,579,773Details
International Box Office $205,520,227
Worldwide Box Office $347,100,000
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  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
56% - Rotten
Audience
64% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$55,000,000
Domestic Releases: June 10th, 1995 (Wide) by Walt Disney
MPAA Rating: G
Running Time: 81 minutes
Keywords: Animal Lead, Prologue, Native Americans, Family Movie, War, Culture Clash, Inspired by a True Story, Romeo and Juliet Romance, Romance, 1700s, Colonial United States
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Hand Animation
Creative Type:Historical Fiction

Cast

   John Smith (voice)
Christian Bale    Thomas (voice)
Jim Cummings    Powanton/Wise Man/Additional Voices (singing voice)
Linda Hunt    Grandmother Willow
Billy Connolly    Ben
David Ogden Stiers    Governor Ratcliffe/Wiggins
Frank Welker    Flit

Blu-ray Sales: Hungry No More

The Hunger Games dominated the Blu-ray Sales Chart during its first full week on the home market. It saw its sales numbers grow a little bit to 1.75 million units / $34.99 million for the week giving it totals of 3.42 million units / $68.32 million. It is already in the top ten best-selling Blu-rays of all time and the best-selling Blu-ray of the year. It likely won't last in first place for long, as The Avengers is coming out soon and should be record-breaking on Blu-ray. More...

DVD Sales: Home Market Gorges on New Releases

Depending on how you look at things, there were more than ten new releases to reach the top 30 on the DVD Sales Chart. One of the confusing "new" releases is The Hunger Games, which spent its first full week on the home market, but came out a few days before Tuesday. It sold 2.50 million units and generated $42.48 million during its first full week of release, for totals of 4.68 million units / $79.46 million and it is already the second best selling DVD of 2012 and should be in first place very shortly. I was amazed that the film actually sold more this week than it did last week, even with its shortened opening week. After all, Breaking Dawn, Part 1 also opened with a shortened week, but fell nearly 40% during its first full week of release. Clearly this movie has much better word-of-mouth.

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DVD and Blu-ray Releases for August 21st, 2012

It is an amazing week on the home market, if you count The Hunger Games. That film made its DVD and Blu-ray debut on Saturday, so it didn't quite come out this week, but it is still selling well. The best-selling Tuesday release was NCIS: Season Nine - Buy from Amazon, while the top five is dominated by Blu-ray catalog releases. I think Bernie comes close to being a Pick of the Week Contender and A Separation is even better, but I'm going with The Hunger Games as top pick. More...

Featured Blu-ray Review: Pocahontas and Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World

From the 1970s to the 1980s, Disney animated films suffered in quality. It wasn't until The Little Mermaid that they regained their golden touch. From that film through till Tarzan, the studio produced hit after hit after hit. However, not all of the films were regarded as classics by the critics. Was Pocahontas one of the good films? And was its Direct-to-DVD sequel able to live up to the original? More...

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
1995/06/16 8 $2,689,714   6 $448,286   $2,689,714 9
1995/06/23 1 $29,531,619 +998% 2,569 $11,495   $34,484,978 16
1995/06/30 2 $15,969,825 -46% 2,577 $6,197   $67,843,479 23
1995/07/07 4 $10,762,297 -33% 2,608 $4,127   $91,260,172 30
1995/07/14 5 $8,075,716 -25% 2,757 $2,929   $106,270,208 37
1995/07/21 7 $5,726,376 -29% 2,461 $2,327   $117,343,942 44
1995/07/28 9 $3,655,759 -36% 1,693 $2,159   $124,853,506 51
1995/08/04 12 $2,396,045 -34% 1,281 $1,870   $129,883,528 58
1995/08/11 14 $1,443,224 -40% 1,003 $1,439   $132,739,562 65
1995/08/18 15 $906,813 -37% 822 $1,103   $134,574,663 72
1995/08/25 27 $393,738 -57% 411 $958   $135,490,686 79
1995/09/01 27 $538,740 +37% 408 $1,320   $136,229,874 86
1995/09/08 35 $211,707 -61% 301 $703   $136,497,079 93
1995/09/15 33 $192,765 -9% 251 $768   $136,727,432 100
1995/09/22 34 $169,588 -12% 243 $698   $136,933,805 107
1995/09/29 43 $93,041 -45% 177 $526   $137,065,522 114
1995/10/06 12 $1,010,984 +987% 868 $1,165   $138,113,379 121
1995/10/13 15 $768,359 -24% 757 $1,015   $139,242,512 128
1995/10/20 19 $540,204 -30% 652 $829   $140,021,872 135
1995/10/27 25 $303,914 -44% 534 $569   $140,463,471 142
1995/11/03 26 $270,761 -11% 422 $642   $140,820,173 149
1995/11/10 31 $195,552 -28% 336 $582   $141,089,197 156
1995/11/17 36 $83,770 -57% 203 $413   $141,223,633 163
1995/11/24 37 $80,312 -4% 154 $522   $141,331,604 170
1995/12/01 50 $27,862 -65% 108 $258   $141,377,875 177
1995/12/15 55 $11,699   68 $172   $141,410,115 191
1995/12/29 47 $60,209   101 $596   $141,539,152 205
1996/01/05 54 $20,721 -66% 63 $329   $141,567,679 212

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