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JOHN SMITH: What is it?
POCAHONTAS: The drums. They mean trouble. I shouldn't be here.
JOHN SMITH: I want to see you again.
POCAHONTAS: I can't.
JOHN SMITH: Please, don't leave.
POCAHONTAS: I'm sorry. I have to go.
BEN: All right! This one's ready to hoist!
LON: Two on each side. Ready now? Push! Watch it! It's slipping.
BEN: Come on, lads, it's only a little picket fence.
LON: Steady! Steady!
BEN: There you go.
THOMAS: That'll keep everything out, eh, John? Something wrong, John?
JHON SMITH: What?
THOMAS: You've been quiet the last few days.
LON: He's mad he missed all the action.
THOMAS: Don't worry, John. You'll get your chance to deal with the Indians.
LON: Yeah. We'll take care of them, like we did last time, eh, mates? We shot ourselves an injun or maybe two or three
BEN: All right, you howling nutter, get to work.
LON: Come on, Ben.
It's just a little fun.
BEN: Sure! We're having loads of fun, right? Look at us. No gold, no food, while Ratcliffe sits up in his tent all day, happy as a clam.
RATCLIFFE: I'm doomed! I should be wallowing in riches by now, and I haven't found as much as a speck. Think. Think! It's got to be around here somewhere. Where could it be? I've mined the forests and the hills and the swamps... and nothing! Why can't I find it? What am I overlooking?
I made it myself!
RATCLIFFE: Take that silly... Of course. The Indians. Wiggins, why do you think those insolent heathens attacked us?
WIGGINS: We invaded their land, cut down their trees and dug up their earth?
RATCLIFFE: It's the gold! They have it, and they don't want us to take it from them. Well, I'll just have to take it by force then, won't I? You there! Where's Captain Smith?
LON: Well, he's... gone.
BEN: Aye. Your singing scared him off.
RATCLIFFE: Go get him, for heaven's sake!
LON: What ifwe run into the Indians?
RATCLIFFE: That's what guns are for. Now arm yourselves and get moving!
POWHATAN: Pocahontas. You should be inside the village.
POCAHONTAS: We'll be all right.
NAKOMA: We're gathering food for when the warriors arrive.
POWHATAN: Don't go far. Now is not the time to be running off.
POCAHONTAS: Yes, Father.
POWHATAN: When I see you wear that necklace,
you look just like your mother.
POCAHONTAS: I miss her.
POWHATAN: But she is still with us. Whenever the wind moves through the trees, I feel her presence. Our people look to her for wisdom and strength. Someday, they will look to you as well.
POCAHONTAS: I would be honoured by that.
POWHATAN: You shouldn't be out here alone. I'll send for Kocoum.
NAKOMA: All right, what is it?
NAKOMA: You're hiding something.
POCAHONTAS: I'm not hiding anything.
NAKOMA: Pocahontas, you can tell me. I promise. I won't tell anyone... Pocahontas, look! It's one of them! I'm going to get...
POCAHONTAS: What are you doing here?
JOHN SMITH: I had to see you again.
KOCOUM: Pocahontas! Pocahontas!
POCAHONTAS: Please! Don't say anything. Quick! This way!
KOCOUM: Nakoma. Where is Pocahontas?
NAKOMA: I haven't seen her.
KOCOUM: Pocahontas can't keep running off. It's dangerous out there. Tell her that. She listens to you.
NAKOMA: Sure she does.
JOHN SMITH: This place is incredible. And to think we came all this way just to dig it up for gold.
JOHN SMITH: Hey, Meeko.
JOHN SMITH: What was that?
POCAHONTAS: Did you see something?
JOHN SMITH: No, no. I just... I didn't see anything. Did I?
POCAHONTAS: Look again.
GRANDMOTHER WILLOW: Let it break upon you, like a wave upon the sand. Hello, John Smith.
JOHN SMITH: Pocahontas, that
tree is talking to me.
GRANDMOTHER WILLOW: Well! I haven't had this much excitement in 200 years.
POCAHONTAS: What am I doing? I shouldn't be seeing him again. I mean, I want to see him again.
GRANDMOTHER WILLOW: Who wouldn't? I want to see him again.
POCAHONTAS: But, still, something inside is telling me it's the right thing.
GRANDMOTHER WILLOW: Perhaps it's your dream.
POCAHONTAS: My dream? Do you think he's the one the spinning arrow was pointing to?
INDIAN: The warriors are here.
NAKOMA: Pocahontas, are you crazy? What were you doing with one of them?
KOCOUM: There you are!
KOCOUM: Look at them! Now we have enough warriors to destroy those white demons!
POWHATAN: Now that we are joined by our brothers, we will defeat this enemy.
POCAHONTAS: Father, I need to speak with you.
POWHATAN: Not now, my daughter. The council is gathering.
We don't have to fight them.
NAKOMA: Don't go out there. I lied for you once, don't ask me to do it again.
POCAHONTAS: I have to do this.
NAKOMA: He's one of them!
POCAHONTAS: You don't know him.
NAKOMA: If you go out there, you'll be turning your back on your own people.
POCAHONTAS: I'm trying to help my people.
NAKOMA: Pocahontas, please, you're my best friend. I don't want you to get hurt.
POCAHONTAS: I won't. I know what I'm doing.
NAKOMA: Pocahontas, no!
BEN: Ratcliffe wouldn't take us halfway around the world for nothing.
LON: But what if Smith is right? What if there is no gold?
ENGLISHMAN: If you ask me, Ratcliffe's been lying to us since we left London.
BEN: Listen to you, you bunch of idiots. Those savages didn't attack us for nothing. They're hiding something.
LON: If they do have the gold, I reckon we'll have to fight them. Not me. I'm not risking my neck...
BEN: Either too hot or too cold.
LON: I haven't been comfortable since we got here.
BEN: Me, too. I'm itching a lot.
RATCLIFFE: Follow him.
THOMAS: Yes, Governor.
RATCLIFFE: I want to know where he's sneaking off to.
THOMAS: Yes, sir.
RATCLIFFE: If you happen to see any Indians shoot them. And, Thomas, you've been a slipshod sailor and a poor excuse for a soldier. Don't disappoint me again.
KOCOUM: What is it?
NAKOMA: It's Pocahontas.
KOCOUM: What's wrong? Is she all right?
NAKOMA: I think she's in trouble.
GRANDMOTHER WILLOW: The earth is trembling, child. What's happened?
POCAHONTAS: The warriors are here.
JOHN SMITH: Pocahontas.
JOHN SMITH: Listen to me. My men are planning to attack your people. You've got to warn them.
POCAHONTAS: Maybe it's not too late to stop this. You have to come with me and talk to my father.
JOHN SMITH: Pocahontas, talking isn't going to do any good. I already tried talking to my men, but everything about this land has them spooked.
GRANDMOTHER WILLOW: That's the strangest creature I've ever seen!
JOHN SMITH: Percy? Easy, Percy! Come here!
POCAHONTAS: Meeko, come back!
JOHN SMITH: You see what I mean? Once two sides want o fight, nothing can stop them.
POCAHONTAS: Come here, both of you!
JOHN SMITH: It's all right. He's a friend. Bad! Bad dog! Sit!
POCAHONTAS: What are you doing? Meeko!
JOHN SMITH: Percy, get back here! What are you doing? Stop that!
GRANDMOTHER WILLOW: All right, that's enough! It's enough to make your sap boil. Now then, there's something I want to show you. Look!
POCAHONTAS: The ripples.
JOHN SMITH: What about them?
GRANDMOTHER WILLOW: So small at first, then look how they grow. But someone has to start them.
JOHN SMITH: They're not going to listen to us.
GRANDMOTHER WILLOW: Young man, sometimes the right path is not the easiest one. Don't you see? Only when the fighting stops can you be together.
POCAHONTAS: All right. Let's go talk to your father.
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